John Molson School of Business
This OpenStax textbook is intended for use in introductory Entrepreneurship classes at the undergraduate level.
Includes: instructor resources, student resources, exercises, cases, test bank.
May suit: COMM 320.
Entrepreneurship and Innovation Toolkit
Written by a business professor at the University of Saskatchewan, this textbook covers fundamental entrepreneurship concepts.
May suit: COMM 320.
Good Corporation, Bad Corporation: Corporate Social Responsibility in the Global Economy
This text was developed through the Open SUNY project by the State University of New York, specifically by professors of business. This text has been positively reviewed by faculty and has been successfully adopted.
Includes: instructor resources, case studies, external resources, exercises, applications, examples.
Human Resources Management
The conversational style of this textbook engages students, while the academic rigor of its content provides them with the tools that any manager needs—whether they work in HR or a different department.
Includes: cases and team activities.
Mastering Strategic Management – 1st Canadian Edition
This Canadian edition includes Canadian specific content, images, and references. It contains multiple graphic concept pages and real-world company examples in each chapter.
Includes: PowerPoint slides.
May suit: COMM 401.
Published through the University of Minnesota, this text has been successfully adopted and has received positive reviews from other faculty. This text is meant to provide students with the necessary critical thinking skills, vocabulary, and framework to effectively navigate situations that may arise. This version is an adaptation of a former resource provided by a publisher. It includes an “Organizational Behaviour ToolBox” which incorporates an experiential component of understanding the concepts.
Includes: exercises, summaries, references, organizational behaviour toolbox.
May suit: COMM 222.
Principles of Management
This OpenStax textbook takes a traditional approach to management,which is the leading, planning, organizing, and controlling approach. It covers many management areas such as human resource management and strategic management, as well as behavioral areas such as motivation.
Includes: instructor resources, student resources, PowerPoint slides, test bank, exercises, questions.
May suit: COMM 205, COMM 210, COMM 222, COMM 226, COMM 320.