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The Employer Brand: Keeping Faith with the Deal

by Helen Rosethorn & Members of Bernard Hodes Group

Employer branding is a complex process that involves internal and external customers, marketing and human resource professionals. The Employer Brand puts the whole topic into context, explores some of the shortcomings...

A Short Guide to Reputation Risk

by Garry Honey

Does your organization have a good or bad reputation, and who takes responsibility for it? Reputation risk is a topic with relevance across the organization, from risk managers to corporate communication managers,...

Project Governance

by Ralf Müller

Ralf Müller's book provides a well-researched governance framework along with the best-practices, roles and responsibilities related to governance tasks. This concise text is an important guide for project...

Project Reviews, Assurance and Governance

by Graham Oakes

Graham Oakes' Project Reviews, Assurance and Governance is about learning from your mistakes and understanding what's really going on with your projects. In order for reviews and assurance to provide you with...

Business Wargaming: Securing Corporate Value

by Daniel F. Oriesek & Jan Oliver Schwarz

As the first comprehensive look at wargaming as a business tool, Business Wargaming explores the anatomy and success factors of a typical business wargame. The authors explain how and when wargaming can be used...

Intelligent Internal Control and Risk Management: Designing High-Performance Risk Control Systems

by Matthew Leitch

This important book offers a way of improving the value of control and risk management by bringing creativity and design skills to the fore. It provides an arsenal of 60 high performance control mechanisms,...

Business Development for the Biotechnology and Pharmaceutical Industry

by Martin Austin

In recognition of the sparse information available to practitioners in the field of business development, Martin Austin has drawn on his 30 years of experience in the pharmaceutical industry to provide this...

Brand Risk: Adding Risk Literacy to Brand Management

by David Abrahams

Responsible risk taking is central to effective brand management. Risk literacy is the marketer's third necessary competence, alongside strategic insight and financial understanding. Brand Risk is a practical...

Talent Assessment: A New Strategy for Talent Management

by Tony Davis, Maggie Cutt & Neil Flynn

Talented and ambitious people will only stay with their current employer if they are offered positive development, motivation and nurturing. Talent Assessment demonstrates how to manage the needs of these individual...

Design for Sustainability: A Practical Approach

by Tracy Bhamra & Vicky Lofthouse

In this book, the authors answer the questions: What is sustainable product development and why is it important? What are the main drivers of sustainable product development? They explain how design can help...

The Relationship-Driven Supply Chain: Creating a Culture of Collaboration Throughout the Chain

by Stuart Emmett & Barry Crocker

Stuart Emmett and Barry Crocker's book shows how a relationship-based approach to supply chain management can transform business; and then explains how to organise your business internally for effective supply...

Usability Success Stories: How Organizations Improve by Making Easier-To-Use Software and Web Sites

by Paul Sherman

Companies that make hard-to-use products incur higher support costs, spend more on rework, and have less satisfied customers. These outcomes can be avoided by applying the techniques of usability engineering...

Commercial Due Diligence: The Key to Understanding Value in an Acquisition

by Peter Howson

Commercial Due Diligence is written by someone with over 25 years' experience of practical strategic analysis who nonetheless has a strong academic grounding. Here is a book that deals with the essentials of...

Systems Leadership: Creating Positive Organisations

by Ian MacDonald, Catherine Burke & Karl Stewart

A positive organisation is created by the hard work of leaders and members and is influenced by the way the organisation is designed, especially its systems. All this needs to be based on an understanding of...

Risk-Based Auditing

by Phil Griffiths

With the role of internal audit changing, Risk-Based Auditing explains the concepts and practice behind a risk-based approach to auditing. It explores the new environment in both the Private and Public sectors...

How to Measure and Manage Your Corporate Reputation

by Terry Hannington

The issue of brand has overshadowed that of reputation. It has been fashionable to re-brand, spend a lot of money on advertising and hope that you can leave your negative baggage behind. This strategy doesn't...

Handbook of Corporate University Development: Managing Strategic Learning Initiatives in Public and Private Domains

by Rob Paton, Geoff Peters & John Storey

The emphasis on corporate universities has been a driving force in moving companies beyond a restricted approach to training, to a central vision for learning within the organization. However, there have been...

Buying Information Systems: Selecting, Implementing and Assessing Off-The-Shelf Systems

by David James

Most organisations purchase off-the-shelf computer-based systems to help them perform their day-to-day business activities. Sadly, many of the purchases fail to live up to expectations. This book provides a...

Just-In-Time Logistics

by Kee-hung Lai & T.C.E. Cheng

Just-in-Time Logistics extends the JIT concept in manufacturing to business logistics, an area that has been observed to account for more than 30 per cent of sales revenue for some firms. It gives you an overview...

The Contract Scorecard: Successful Outsourcing by Design

by Sara Cullen

An upfront investment in your contracts, from a commercial rather than legal perspective is probably the single most influential activity you can undertake; one that will ensure your outsourcing relationships...