About.com, owned by the New York Times Company, provides a Management guide as a subset of the Business and Finance Channel. The essential section provides basic resources for new managers. Articles, reviews of products and resources as well as forums for discussing managerial issues provide information for persons with a variety of managerial experience.
Over 260 subject categories are broadly grouped with information useful to small and large, for-profit and non-profit, new and well-established enterprises. The library is administered by personnel from Authenticity Consulting, LLC, but content links can be added by readers following the “Community Rules”. Links are provided for reference works, blog indices, tutorials and additional resources.
http://www.work.com Work.com, a service provided by Business.com, targets small business owners by offering over 2,000 “How-to” guides. Management is divided into 21 topics. Guides are written by experts and evaluations and comments are offered by readers.
Managed by the Small Business Administration (SBA) this site has become “The Official Business Link to the U.S. Government”. A number of business guides and links to state and local resources are provided.
Access to abstracts of case studies and, for a fee, access to the case studies, is provided by ECCH for students, researchers and corporate trainers. Over 50,000 resources from over 30 academic institutions and associations around the world are updated with over 350 new entries each month.
CEOExpress provides quick access to a variety of business topics and resources through a very busy, text-heavy portal page. Four broad categories, Daily news and info, Business research, Office tools and travel and Break time provide links to hundreds of resources. Some resources are free, some offer recommendations and evaluations of resources and others are fee-based websites.