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Zulfikar Muhammad (12/335766/EK/19036) Ebert and Griffin argued that Management is the process of planning, organizing, leading, and

controlling an organizations financial, physical human, and information resources to achieve its goals. Managers oversee the use of all these resources in their respective firms. All aspects of a managers job are interrelated. Any given manager is likely to be engaged in each of these activities during the course of any given day.

1. Outline of the Harvard method for citing references How to cite the reference in the text How to lay out the reference list or bibliography Ebert and Griffin (2011) argued that Ebert, R. J. and Griffin, R. W., 2011. Management is the process of planning, Business Essentials. New Jersey : Pearson. organizing, leading, and controlling an organizations financial, physical

human, and information resources to achieve its goals. Managers oversee the use of all these resources in their respective firms. All aspects of a managers job are interrelated. Any given manager is likely to be engaged in each of these activities during the course of any given day.

2. Outline of the Modern Languages Association (MLA) method for citing references How to cite the reference in the text How to lay out the reference list or bibliography Ebert and Griffin (2011) argued that Ebert, R. J. and Griffin, R. W., Business Management is the process of planning, Essentials. New Jersey : Pearson. 2011. organizing, leading, and controlling an organizations financial, physical

human, and information resources to achieve its goals. Managers oversee the use of all these resources in their respective firms. All aspects of a managers job are interrelated. Any given manager is likely to be engaged in each of these activities during the course of any given day (89).

3. Outline of the Vancouver method (numeric style) for citing references How to cite the reference in the text How to lay out the reference list or bibliography Ebert and Griffin (1) argued that Management is the process of planning, organizing, leading, and controlling an organizations financial, physical 1. Ebert, R. J. and Griffin, R. W., Business Essentials. New Jersey : Pearson; 2011.

human, and information resources to achieve its goals. Managers oversee the use of all these resources in their respective firms. All aspects of a managers job are interrelated. Any given manager is likely to be engaged in each of these activities during the course of any given day.

4. Outline of the Chicago method (scientific style) for citing references How to cite the reference in the text How to lay out the reference list or bibliography Ebert and Griffin argued that Ebert, R. J. and Griffin, R. W., Business

Management is the process of planning, Essentials. (New Jersey : Pearson, 2011), organizing, leading, and controlling an 89. organizations financial, physical

human, and information resources to achieve its goals. Managers oversee the use of all these resources in their respective firms. All aspects of a managers job are interrelated. Any given manager is likely to be engaged in each of these activities during the course of any given day .