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Beating The Global Odds

Author : Paul A. Laudicina
ISBN : 9781118347119
Genre : Business & Economics
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The Answer to Global Overload Contending with the 24/7 news cycle and an endless barrage of choices and information has stymied leadership and decision-making strategies among those at the top. But we all know, this is not a just a problem for the elite. The broad-based reaction to this chaotic, unmanageable assault has been to retrench, and to focus on immediate, controllable decisions. In the process, we lose sight of the horizon. More dangerous still, is the shift we’ve seen from value creation to wealth creation, where information technology 1.0 has enabled a transaction-based society in which the “deal” is more important than the value it drives or the relationships it is based on. On our current path, the odds of a better future are slim. What we need is a new value proposition. Beating the Global Odds is the answer to the dangers of too much of a good thing. There’s no going back, but there is the opportunity to set things right. In this book, Paul A. Laudicina, Managing Partner and Chairman of the Board of global consulting firm A.T. Kearney, provides a fast-paced and engaging tour of how we got to this point and what we can do about it. Drawing on examples from everything from world history and current media to anecdotes from his vast network of CEOs and the world’s most innovative thinkers, Laudicina helps bring our world of seemingly fuzzy and disconnected pixels into sharp focus. The result is a compelling case for change and call to action—not only for global leaders but also for everyone who struggles with the question of how we can inspire and seize a better future… how we can beat the global odds.
Category: Business & Economics

Beating The Odds

Author : Justin Yifu Lin
ISBN : 9780691192338
Genre : Business & Economics
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This powerful book shows how poor countries can ignite growth without waitingfor global action or the creation of ideal local conditions.
Category: Business & Economics

Beating The Odds

Author : M. Louise Fox
ISBN : UOM:39076002798754
Genre : Business & Economics
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CD Rom contains: Appendix tables by chapter and data sources and methodology.
Category: Business & Economics

Global Norms And Local Action

Author : Peace A. Medie
ISBN : 9780190922962
Genre : Political Science
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"When and why do states implement international women's rights norms? Global Norms and Local Action is an examination of states' responses to violence against women (VAW) in Africa and their implementation of the international women's justice norm. Despite the presence of laws on various forms of VAW in most African countries, most victims face barriers to accessing justice through the criminal justice system. This problem is particularly acute in post-conflict countries. International organizations such as the United Nations, and women's rights advocates have, therefore, promoted the international women's justice norm, which emphasizes the establishment of specialized mechanisms within the criminal justice sector to address VAW. With a focus on the response of the police to rape and intimate partner violence in post-conflict Côte d'Ivoire and Liberia, this book theorizes the United Nations' and women's movements' influence on the implementation of the international women's justice norm. It draws on over 300 interviews in both countries to demonstrate that strong international and domestic pressures, combined with favourable political and institutional conditions, are key to the rapid establishment of specialized mechanisms within the police force and to how police officers respond to rape and intimate partner violence cases. It argues that despite significant weaknesses, specialized mechanisms have improved women's access to justice. The book concludes with suggestions for how domestic and international human rights organizations, policymakers, and women's rights advocates can contribute to a holistic approach to addressing VAW"--
Category: Political Science

Beating The Odds

Author : John McPherson
ISBN : 0980346614
Genre : Gambling
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With over 5,500 entries, the dictionary covers terms used in association with forms of gambling from around the world. As well as contemporary terms such as those used in internet gambling and racing, it will explore, through terminology, the rich history of gambling back to the origins of civilization, as well as the concepts and rules of hundreds of games and practices both ancient and modern. Numerous Latin, French, Chinese, Japanese, German, Italian and other entries from non-English speaking cultures are included.Beating the Odds is recognized internationally as the standard reference text on various terminologies used by members of the racing and gambling communities. The dictionary is both global and historic in its scope, and no other dictionary comes close to the scale of this encyclopaedic work.The dictionary includes two indexes: a categorised Index of Terms and a categorized Index of Games, plus a bibliography. Target Market: The racing and gambling communities; academics and libraries; legislators, government officials, casino employees, gambling industry trainers, gamblers, lawyers and law-enforcement bodies with responsibility for these industries; lovers of sport, words and the origins of language.
Category: Gambling

Beating The Odds

Author : Robert P. McNamara
ISBN : UOM:39015057606942
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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This inspiring book shares the story of a young boy who overcame the obstacles of a neglectful home life, juvenile crime, and abusive foster parents to become a successful professional. The author offers insights gained from his sociology training to explain the complexities of juvenile gangs and deviant behavior.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Beat The Odds

Author : Martin John Yate
ISBN : 0345387686
Genre : Business & Economics
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The author of the best-selling Knock 'Em Dead offers an innovative guide for developing career resiliency in today's corporate world with a three-point plan for career success and information on hot job prospects.
Category: Business & Economics

Beating The Odds Winning Strategies Of Women In Stem

Author : Patty Rowland Burke
ISBN : 9781604919868
Genre : Business & Economics
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Aiming to inspire and empower, Beating the Odds highlights real-life success stories of technical women who made it. This book explores critical turning points that make or break careers and provides tools for putting insight into action — both for women and organizations supporting them.
Category: Business & Economics

Small Business Today Guide To Beating The Odds

Author : Hattie Bryant
ISBN : 0761503447
Genre : Business & Economics
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Provides information on starting a small business, including how to develop ideas, create business plans, secure financing, and hire the right people
Category: Business & Economics

Beating The Odds

Author : Freeman A. Hrabowski III
ISBN : 0199762082
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Today, young Black men are more likely to be killed or sent to prison than to graduate from college. Yet, despite all the obstacles, some are achieving at the highest academic and professional levels. Beating the Odds tells their remarkable stories and shows us what African American families have done to raise academically successful sons, sons who are among the top two percent of African American males in terms of SAT scores and grades. The result of extensive and innovative research, Beating the Odds goes beyond mere analysis--and beyond the relentlessly negative media images--to show us precisely how young Black men can succeed despite the roadblocks of racism, the temptations of crime and drugs, and a popular culture that values being "cool" over being educated. By interviewing parents and children from a range of economic and educational backgrounds and from both single and two-parent homes, the authors identify those constants that contribute to academic achievement and offer step-by-step guidance on six essential strategies for effective parenting: child-focused love; strong limit-setting and discipline; continually high expectations; open, consistent, and strong communication; positive racial identity and positive male identity; and full use of community resources. The proof of the effectiveness of such strategies is in the sons themselves, who speak eloquently in these pages about their struggles and successes in both the classroom and the often hostile world that surrounds it. Essential reading for parents, teachers, and school administrators, Beating the Odds offers insight, guidance, and hope for anyone concerned about the plight of young African American men and the society they live in.
Category: Family & Relationships

Global Apartheid

Author : Bruno Amoroso
ISBN : STANFORD:36105114002863
Genre : Globalization
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Category: Globalization

Hardhearted It S Better To Be Feared Than Loved

Author : Sherrod Tunstall
ISBN : 9781645561088
Genre : Fiction
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After they were locked up abroad, Swag, Tyler, and Travis have successfully made it out of Brazil with the help of the Hernandez Cartel. Now they’re on a new adventure in San Jose, Costa Rica, where they are taking orders from a much deadlier and beautiful nightmare, King Kia Costello. At first things in Costa Rica are pleasurable, until blood is shed, friend turns against friend, and jealousy comes into play when Swag catches the interest of someone else. Come join Sherrod Tunstall as he takes you on another wild ride with this story of global love, murder, deceit, and payback.
Category: Fiction

Beating The Odds

Author : Marcia Devlin
ISBN : 0645101036
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Based on the author's 30 years of experience, this humorous book outlines the serious challenges facing women in in Australian universities. The book is a call to arms to women to take matters into their own hands. The first chapter, The Odds are Against You, paints a depressing picture. The numerical odds of women making it to the professoriate, university executive and board positions are outlined. Spoiler alert: they're not good and aren't improving. When almost one-third of Australian vice-chancellors left their posts in 2020, men mostly replaced men.Chapter Two, You're Expected to Be a Good Girl, outlines the gendered expectations, implicit assumptions, unconscious biases and sexism that university women face. Anecdotes of female professors being asked about cakes, carpets, curtains and colours help the reader confront shocking facts about their likely trajectory. The matters of invisibility; man-terruptions; bro-propriation; having the 'wrong' style; and being successful and liked at the same time are explored.In Chapter Three, Get An Attitude, the practical advice begins. The power of working within gendered expectations and avoiding 'unladylike' attitudes is examined. Examples of being a bad girl abound, including when it comes to so-called women's work. This chapter asks readers to start thinking about saying no and being bad at housework - at home and work. Emphasising the need to keep your ambition quiet if you are female, the fourth chapter, Prepare a Secret Strategy, focuses on defining success on your own terms, setting priorities and goals, and taking action. It ups the ante on saying no more often and being very bad at housework and sets some challenges for people-pleasing women.The title of Chapter Five, Do More of What Counts and Less of What Doesn't, gives away its focus. The summary is: do more self-promotion and less housework, but there's a bit of nuance for academic women seeking promotion.The advice to Form a Support Squad in Chapter Six draws on women's talents in building relationships and suggests an unusual approach to this endeavour. Chapter Seven, Beating the Odds, brings it all home with some humour and a shampoo ad.
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Circle Up

Author : Larson Karmel
ISBN : 1513655752
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Join the Momni Movement and Circle Up to help solve the childcare crisis! Circle Up is a raw glimpse into the heart, mind, struggle, and triumph of a female tech entrepreneur whose relentless grit, determination, and courage to continue, despite unimaginable obstacles, will leave you pondering your own life purpose and path. Against all odds, this passionate mother of eight is succeeding in launching a sharing economy global tech company, linking mothers together everywhere to help solve the global childcare crisis. With more women joining the workforce and less stay-at-home parents, the need for childcare is in even higher demand. This crisis calls for a movement that encourages mothers to share resources and help each other succeed. In sharing her spiritually guided journey, Karmel invites the reader to join the Momni Movement of caresharing and encourages mothers everywhere to gather and Circle Up! Battle the childcare crisis through mentorship and caresharing Overcome barriers of motherhood and stay motivated Find inspiration by this entrepreneurship journey that defies the odds Develop purpose through motherhood, faith, and personal growth Join a movement that changes childcare for both parents and children Join the movement today by reading the book and downloading the Momni app.
Category: Family & Relationships

The C F A Digest

Author : Institute of Chartered Financial Analysts
ISBN : UOM:35128001756236
Genre : Investments
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Category: Investments

Beating The Adoption Odds

Author : Cynthia D. Martin
ISBN : 0156005220
Genre : Family & Relationships
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A comprehensive analysis of the controversial issues surrounding adoption reveals different ways people can acquire babies, from medical repair to the black market, including advisory resources and step-by-step adoption processes
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The Small Mart Revolution

Author : Michael H. Shuman
ISBN : 9781442954007
Genre : Business & Economics
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A Man For All Markets

Author : Edward O Thorp
ISBN : 9781786070296
Genre : Business & Economics
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Mathematics professor. Professional gambler. Tech inventor. Hedge fund heavyweight. Bestselling author. One of a kind. Edward O Thorp worked his way up from nothing to become a professor at MIT. Using one of their early computers for his calculations, he invented card counting, making huge winnings at blackjack, roulette and baccarat in Las Vegas and brushing shoulders with mobsters along the way. Thorp then went on to Wall Street, where he began a hugely successful career in the stock market, attracting the attention of global investors such as Warren Buffett. He used statistical techniques to find and exploit pricing anomalies in the securities markets and built a significant fortune, earning him the nickname 'The Godfather of Quants'. For the first time, Thorp shares his incredible life story, explaining how he made his money and giving advice to the next generation of investors.
Category: Business & Economics