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The Portable MBA

by Kenneth M. Eades, Timothy M. Laseter, Ian Skurnik & Peter L. Rodriguez et al.

A totally revised new edition of the bestselling guide to business school basics

The bestselling book that invented the "MBA in a book" category, The Portable MBA Fifth Edition is a reliable and information-packed...


Management Control: a practical framework

by Alessandro Musso

This analytic study originates with properly modifications of course and needed simplifications for educational purposes, from internal documentation of a company, in order to share a common approach of controlling...


Getting to Thank You: A Practitioner's Guide to Innovation

by Chris Finlay & Sattersten Todd

"Thank you" is how you know you are getting your product and service design right. "Thank you" is what every customer wants to say, and what every business leader and designer wants to hear. But when 95% of...


Design-Inspired Innovation

by James Utterback, Bengt-Arne Vedin, Eduardo Alvarez & STEN EKMAN et al.

When an innovation is inspired by design, it transcends technology and utility. The design delights the user, seamlessly integrating the physical object, a service, and its use into something whole. A design-inspired...


From Knowledge Management to Strategic Competence: Assessing Technological, Market and Organisational Innovation

by Joe Tidd

There continues to be much interest in the business and academic communities in the concept of strategic competencies or core capabilities, in other words, how organisations define and differentiate themselves....


The Principles of Scientific Management

by Frederick Winslow Taylor

Since its 1911 publication, this influential essay has helped administrators eliminate inefficiency through a system applicable to individual and collective activities. A classic of decision theory and managerial...


Zero to a Billion: 61 Rules Entrepreneurs Need to Know to Grow a Government Contracting Business

by David A. Kriegman

Zero to a Billion is an insightful, practical, how-to guide for entrepreneurs who want to build a successful government contracting business. Former SRA International executive David Kriegman draws on his thirty...


The Executive in Action

by Peter F. Drucker

Three complete Drucker management books in one volume — Managing for Results, Innovation and Entrepreneurship, and The Effective Executive with a new preface by the author.

In his preface, Peter F. Drucker...


Passive Addiction or Why We Hate Work: An Investigation of Problems in Organizational Communication

by Xin-An Lucian Lu & Matthew C. Ramsey

This work examines various organizational problems that contribute to the phenomenon of passive addiction. Future technological and economic changes may lead to the emergence of active addiction, a state of...


Project Management for Environmental, Health and Safety Professionals: 18 Steps to Success

by Pierce, Csp, Cih, F. David

Learn the project management skills you need to survive as an EH&S professional. This book presents a simple-to-use 18-step approach for effective project management. Each of the three phases are explained in...


Executive Intelligence

by Justin Menkes

The final word on what traits make for highly successful managers—and a detailed explanation of how to identify potential standout performers.

Executive Intelligence is about the substance behind great leadership....


The Gifted Boss

by Dale Dauten

“Whether you’re a manager trying to hire or hold on to your best talent, or an employee who always hoped to have work be more than just another job, this little book can bring you closer to your dream.”...


Effective Teams: Essentials from Leader to Leader

by Frances Hesselbein

The effective use of teams has long been one of the hottest topics in business. Here you will find a variety of viewpoints on this crucial subject, from some of the country?s most prominent writers on the subject,...


Too Big to Ignore: The Business Case for Big Data

by Phil Simon

Residents in Boston, Massachusetts are automatically reporting potholes and road hazards via their smartphones. Progressive Insurance tracks real-time customer driving patterns and uses that information to offer...


Nice Companies Finish First

by Peter Shankman

The era of authoritarian cowboy CEOs like Jack Welch and Lee Iacocca is over. In an age of increasing transparency and access, it just doesn't pay to be a jerk--to employees, customers, competitors, or anyone...


Product Life-Cycle Management: Geometric Variations

by Max Giordano, Luc Mathieu & François Villeneuve

This book gives a comprehensive view of the most recent major international research in the field of tolerancing, and is an excellent resource for anyone interested in Computer Aided Tolerating.

It is organized...


Human Resources Excellency - How to avoid the Pitfalls and Piranhas: Managing a diverse and ever changing workforce

by Claire Engle

Human Resources Excellency - How to avoid the Pitfalls and Piranhas: Managing a diverse and ever changing workforce


Behavior Management: Traditional and Expanded Approaches

by Norris M. Haynes

This book serves as a reference guide on the implementation of basic and more advanced behavior management strategies. It covers the principles and application of basic learning theories as well as those that...


The DBA Thesis Project in Practice

by Paul Beaulieu & Michel Kalika

The thesis written in the course of a Doctorate of Business Administration (or DBA) raises many questions for future DBA candidates concerning its specific orientation, content and scope.

Given the central role...


The Handbook of Family Business

by Fabio Corsico (edited by)

Family business is the dominant form of business throughout the world, both in emerging economies and in developed countries. Family businesses are typically rooted in tradition but they are also able to develop...