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Transform Your Business Into E

by Bennet Lientz & Kathryn Rea

Surveys indicate that many E-Business efforts either fail or disrupt the basic business processes and transactions. E-Business is sometimes not aligned with the business or IT. Vague vision statements are not...

Marketing Briefs: A Revision and Study Guide

by Sally Dibb & Lyndon Simkin

Complementing Dibb and Simkin's established reputation in their field, this text presents a punchy overview of the leading 50 themes of marketing, each concisely summarized for revision purposes or quick-learning....

ISO 9001: 2000 Audit Procedures

by Ray Tricker

The revised quality management systems ISO 9001:2000 was put in place in December 2000. There is huge international interest in the subject, particularly from companies already certified to ISO 9001, ISO 9002...

Managing More with Less

by Joanna Howard

Managing More with Less is an innovative book linking a range of core management skills and re-interpreting them to meet current organizational needs. Aimed at managers in flat organizations, this book shows...

Developing the Global Organization

by J.D., William G. Stripp, Philip R. Harris & Robert T. Moran

With expanding world markets and increased international business competition comes a corresponding demand for organizations and individuals who are prepared to operate in these new arenas of global commerce....

Leading for a Change

by Ralph D. Jacobson

Bringing together the best practices of many of the most highly

respected organizational thinkers shaping the future landscape of

business, Leading for a Change finally answers the question of how to make leadership...

Wake Me When It's Time to Work

by Tom Edel

This wisdom-filled and often amusing book prepares you for virtually every unpleasant business experience imaginable. Originally written as a father's advice to his children as they entered the workforce, it...

Business Abroad

by J.D., Ph.D., Lawrence E. Koslow

From something as simple as finding a distributor to as complex as founding an overseas operation. Here's a 'meat and potatoes' guide to entering and excelling in the international business arena. Combining...

Leading Consciously

by Debashis Chatterjee & Peter Senge

Leading Consciously addresses the issues of motivation, decision-making, communication, time management, effective learning, work psychology, organizational development, and self-mastery. The author weaves together...

The Alchemy of Fear

by Kay Gilley

The dramatic effects of downsizing, mergers, and reengineering have created a climate of fear in the workplace, fears that generally go unacknowledged. The Alchemy of Fear teaches us how to accept our emotions...

Flight of the Phoenix

by John Whiteside

Flight of the Phoenix provides insights to the series of management initiatives seeping the workplace, such as re-engineering, restructuring, and reinvention. This title shows how employees can assert themselves...

Transcultural Leadership

by Carmen Vazquez, George F Simons & Philip R Harris

Supervisors, project managers and CEOs should find this book useful as it deals with an emerging global reality - culturally diverse people of both genders in the workplace. The new workplace environment demands...

Conscious Capitalism

by David A. Schwerin

Conscious Capitalism shows how the principles of ancient wisdon are directly relevant to modern day business. Drawing on thirty years of financial and executive experience, Schwerin addresses contemporary issues...

A Little Knowledge Is a Dangerous Thing

by Dale Neef

It is said that a little knowledge is a dangerous thing. It is a time honored cautionary statement that has suddenly acquired a new urgency. A little knowledge is dangerous, because as a force for dramatic change,...

Beyond Strategic Vision

by Michael Cowley & Ellen Domb

Hoshin is a system which was developed in Japan in the 1960's, and is a derivative of Management By Objectives (MBO). It is a Management System for determining the appropriate course of action for an organization,...

Power Partnering

by Sean Gadman

Power Partnering is a brilliant yet refreshingly simple approach that breaks innovative thinking and acting down into four distinct contexts, allowing people to respond to complex situations in highly creative...

AFTER ATLANTIS: Working, Managing, and Leading in Turbulent Times

by Ned Hamson

Based on both fundamental theory and practical experience, After Atlantis identifies a broad range of approaches that will better equip individuals and organizations not only to react in time to change but to...

Business and the Feminine Principle

by Carol R. Frenier

Business and the Feminine Principle: The Untapped Resource describes in lay persons' language the essence of the archetypal feminine and its potential for business. This book shows both women and men how the...

The Springboard

by Stephen Denning

The Springboard: How Storytelling Ignites Action in Knowledge-Era Organizations is the first book to teach storytelling as a powerful and formal discipline for organizational change and knowledge management....

Cultivating Common Ground

by Daniel Hanson

Caring is a nitty-gritty process. Cultivating Common Ground teaches us how to care at work with real life experiences, rather than through conceptual thinking alone. Caring relationships to our work and each...