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Entrepreneurial Edge 2-Book Bundle

by Fred Dawkins

This special 2-book bundle contains invaluable business advice for the budding entrepreneur from one of the best. In Everyday Entrepreneur, you will meet three individuals who all have entrepreneurial aspirations....


Wisdom in a Traffic Jam

by Angella Luyk

Finally! An entrepreneurial starting point for real people. Do you have an entrepreneurial dream? Are you a small business owner determined to grow against all odds? "Wisdom in a Traffic Jam" is your practical...


How to Keep a Competitive Edge in the Talent Game

by Christal Morehouse & Matthias Busse

By 2020, the global map of higher education will be completely redrawn, and by 2030, China is expected to emerge as the world's largest source of brainpower. The European Union should not necessarily view this...


Family Entrepreneur

by Fred Dawkins

A course in family-business entrepreneurship, taught through a narrative about four frustrated people taking a seminar that changes their lives.

Limited time offer.

In the second book in the Entrepreneurial...


Financial Accounts in the Sstem of National Accounts (SNA) and in the Current Economy

by Daniele Fano

Daniele Fano is a graduate from the Universities of Siena and Harvard. He has worked in the public sector, in industrial and financial corporations, both on the management and on the research side. He is a guest...


Life Beyond Spending

by Ernesto Caravantes

Ernesto Caravantes was among the multitudes of people who were affected by the Recession of 2008, the financial impact of which continues to be felt to this day. Rather than focus on how people can return to...


Go to College for Free, or  Pretty Darn Close to it!

by Leanne Grant

Go to College for Free or Pretty Darn Close to It is a guide to navigate through junior year, senior year, and freshmen year of college. It directs students to scholarship dollars by explaining what should be...


Management Lessons of a Failed Company

by Christopher Tingley

This book is a look inside the day-to-day life of a retail manager as he witnessed from the front lines a company take the country by storm. Through a model of selling low priced clothing partnered with celebrity...


Writing for Business

by Dennis Signorovitch

Each of the 16 unique and immersive cases takes you right into a situation that actually occurs in business and lets you practice the writing skills that will contribute to your career success: the need to change...


A Dangerous Pursuit

by Roz Goldie

This is the untold story of Counteract, the trade union sponsored anti-sectarian unit tackling violent sectarianism in the workplace in the Northern Ireland conflict. As the death toll mounted through the 1980s...


Missions Impossible

by John Waterbury

A rigorous examination of higher education policymaking in the Arab world

None of the momentous challenges Arab universities face is unique either in kind or degree. Other societies exhibit some of the same pathologies—insufficient...


Education from a Manufacturing Perspective

by Edsel Shejen

Edsel Shejen went to trade school and spent thirty-six years in manufacturing.

Four metrics were drilled into his head: Safety, quality, schedule, and cost. The mantra was to safely produce a quality product?on...


Leadership Trust: Build It, Keep It

by Christopher Evans

Trust is a mechanism of people?s decision-making processes that mediates nearly every interaction in their lives. Identifying and discussing the specific issues or behaviors that increase or decrease one?s willingness...


Early Economic Thought in Spain, 1177–1740

by Marjorie Grice-Hutchinson

In the sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries, clerics gave lectures at the University of Salamanca on such topics as the varying purchasing power of money, the morality of money, and how price is determined....


Job Challenge Profile, Participant Workbook

by Cynthia D. McCauley

This updated Participant Workbook now includes the Job Challenge Profile survey. With the aid of this action guide, you will determine what and how much you are learning, what parts of your job holds key challenges,...


Direction, Alignment, Commitment: Achieving Better Results through Leadership, Second Edition

by Cynthia McCauley & Lynn Fick-Cooper

This book will show you how to diagnose problems in your team by focusing on the three outcomes of effective leadership: direction, alignment, and commitment. By assessing where your group stands in each of...


Feedback That Works: How to Build and Deliver Your Message, Second Edition (International Spanish)

by Center for Creative Leadership

Effective feedback, whether it's meant for your boss, your peers, or your direct reports, is built around three ideas. One, focus on the situation. Two, describe the other person's behavior you observed in that...


The Handbook for Learning and Development Professionals

by Dr. K. Dave Crowder

K. Dave Crowder Ed.D stumbled into learning and development in the usual way: He developed a reputation of doing such a great job training new people that he became a trainer. The chemical plant he worked for...


Economics in One Virus

by Ryan A. Bourne

"A truly excellent book that explains where our pandemic response went wrong, and how we can understand those failings using the tools of economics." ?Tyler Cowen, Holbert L. Harris Chair of Economics at George...


Japanese Business Culture and Practices

by Isao Takei & Jon P. Alston

Japanese Business Culture and Practices presents detailed insights and descriptions on the proper ways to conduct business with contemporary Japanese. It focuses on the traditional and nontraditional business-related...