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Global business icon Richard Branson has written many books, but none have been more popular than his first memoir, 1998’s Losing My Virginity. Now he’s finally publishing his second volume of memoirs, covering all of his fascinating ups and downs of the past two decades.
How should you write a business proposal? How do you take minutes? When should a work email be formal or chatty? Communicating in a clear, concise manner is crucial but many South African firms do not train staff to do this. This guide to all aspects of written English in the workplace will help you present yourself in an excellent, effective way.
Life and leadership lessons from the Special Forces, accompanying the Channel 4 series SAS: Who Dares Wins.
Every day you face situations requiring yes and no decisions. Jeff Shinabarger offers proven ways to minimize confusion and make the best decision each time ... through the power of choice.
This study examines the trend toward competitive contracting of government functions. By focusing on four jurisdictions that hired private firms to handle welfare-to-work services, it reveals the ways in which increased contracting is changing the role and capacity of government.
The Chinese economy is growing at an unprecedented speed, and one of the emerging trends is angel investment. It is an area with tremendous potential for growth. Compared with the more mature markets in Western countries, however, angel investing in China is still at an early stage, due to a lack of incentives and insufficient policy support.
The definitive guide to implementing Performance Support--without the need for extensive technical or instructional design knowledge
Describes how the "economic cold war" began, how it is being played out now, and how the West can change the course of events in its favor.
Ever since there have been people, there have been tribes. Within each corporation exist anywhere from a few to hundreds of separate tribes, and Dave Logan, PhD and John King show how these tribes develop, how to assess them, and how to lead them to maximize productivity and growth.
Increases the strategic approach real-world practicality and reader-friendly voice. This edition retains the hallmark features that have been praised by faculty and students - a strong emphasis on ethical communication and cultural diversity discussions of evolving communication technologies and self-assessment tool.