e-books in Management & Leadership category
by John Wanna, Hsu-Ann Lee, Sophie Yates - ANU Press , 2015
How can public managers and public services become more productive, more outcome-driven and more agile? How can we achieve better alignment between ever-growing citizen expectations and the realities of constrained service provision?
by Jonathan T. Scott - Lulu.com , 2009
Companies around the world are reducing their energy and material expenses, increasing sales, and raising productivity - with little or no capital investment - while watching their costs and carbon emissions drop like a stone. This book shows how.
by Robert Mill - The Global Text Project , 2010
The objectives of this book are twofold: to indicate how critical improved productivity is to improving the bottom line, and to show how productivity improvement programs can be designed and implemented. The book takes a practical approach ...
by An Coppens - Bookboon , 2014
This book covers the benefits and downsides of gamification. The author addresses the need to ensure your gamification design hits the right note with your target audience. The book also includes a number of examples of gamification campaigns.
by Shenandoah Chefalo - Bookboon , 2019
This book will guide individuals and business owners alike through the process of establishing a personal mission statement that helps provide clarity and a sense of purpose. A series of exercises will help you begin building a life you love.
by Karlyn Adams - National Center on Education and the Economy , 2006
A comprehensive summary of current research and theory on the sources of innovation and creativity in individuals and organizations. The paper concludes with some recommendations for how education systems can best foster these attributes in students.
by Richard Parkes Cordock - Smashwords , 2010
The principles of success apply equally whether you are an aspiring entrepreneur, chief executive of a large public limited company or simply looking for inspiration for your own personal life. Here's where you start, by reading this book.
by Roger Baran, Christopher, Michael Zerres - BookBoon , 2012
Customer Relationship Management (CRM) is growing in importance due to the challenging business environment faced by organisations throughout the world today. In this textbook a review of the theoretical conditions for CRM is given.
by David Newth - BookBoon , 2012
My guiding aim in writing this book was to make it readable, down to earth and useful. It carries a conviction that managers vulnerability to stress can be lessened by them standing back from the coal face occasionally ...
by Manmohan Joshi - BookBoon , 2012
This book provides a quick reference guide to various aspects of managerial behaviour, leadership styles, managerial functions, team-building etc., and will be of benefit not only to the practicing managers but also to the potential administrators.
by MTD Training - BookBoon , 2010
Change is the only constant so it's important that you know how to manage through change. This book covers techniques on how to manage change effectively taking into account all of the factors that have impact on others, systems and processes.
by Susan Quinn - BookBoon , 2010
This book outlines the challenging role of the manager. The main topics such as planning, organizing, leading and controlling are covered, as well as issues such as competitive advantage, team structure, motivating, trust and flowcharting.
by F. Kay, H. Guinness, N. Stevens - How To Books Ltd , 2005
The principles of good management are explained in an easy-to-understand way. Management is not easy and we all need to work on making ourselves better at it. Use this book to do just that and it will be a tenner well spent.
by M. Carpenter, T. Bauer, B. Erdogan - Flat World Knowledge , 2009
Principles of Management by Carpenter, Bauer and Erdogan teaches management principles to tomorrow's business leaders by weaving three crucial threads through every chapter: strategy, entrepreneurship and active leadership.
by Coleman Patterson - BookBoon , 2010
This book is a collection of 500-word essays on a variety of management, leadership, and organizational topics. Using a variety of examples and references, readers can quickly gain insight into fundamental and advanced management principles.
by Sue Greener - BookBoon , 2008
From the table of contents: Research problems and questions; Putting the problem into context; Choosing research approaches and strategies; Ethics in business research; Choosing samples from populations; Quantitative research methods; etc.
by H. von Pierer, B. von Oetinger - Purdue University Press , 2001
This volume gathers together a stunning list of today's thought leaders to shed light on how 'the new' is discovered. These innovators share their insights and help us to understand the process of creativity and construction.
by David Craig - Original Book Co , 2005
The inside story of the consulting money machine. Lying, cheating, falsifying results, plagiarism, incompetence, manipulation, tax evasion, expenses fraud, sex and alcohol abuse. Find out what happens when management consultants come to town.
by Rachel Bishop-Firth - How to Books , 2005
A well-written, well-designed CV is essential. Together with your letter it is the only thing a prospective employer has to go on. This text will help managers and professionals market themselves through their CVs to gain managerial positions.
by Peter Honey - How to Books , 2007
The whole of management life is revealed in 50 short stories, all based on real events. The author bravely offers each flawed manager practical advice in a bid to improve their performance and make life more tolerable for their colleagues.
- Swarthmore College , 2006
The book shows how you can make your CV stand out and convince the recruiter that you have what is needed to do the job. It offers practical tips on how to project a suitable professional image, identify your strengths and write a covering letter.