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Game Change

Author : John Heilemann
ISBN : 9780061966200
Genre : Political Science
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“It’s one of the best books on politics of any kind I’ve read. For entertainment value, I put it up there with Catch 22.” —The Financial Times “It transports you to a parallel universe in which everything in the National Enquirer is true….More interesting is what we learn about the candidates themselves: their frailties, egos and almost super-human stamina.” —The Financial Times “I can’t put down this book!” —Stephen Colbert Game Change is the New York Times bestselling story of the 2008 presidential election, by John Heilemann and Mark Halperin, two of the best political reporters in the country. In the spirit of Richard Ben Cramer’s What It Takes and Theodore H. White’s The Making of the President 1960, this classic campaign trail book tells the defining story of a new era in American politics, going deeper behind the scenes of the Obama/Biden and McCain/Palin campaigns than any other account of the historic 2008 election.
Category: Political Science

Game Change

Author : Joseph Monninger
ISBN : 9781328809889
Genre : Young Adult Fiction
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Seventeen-year-old Zeb Holloway is happy to work in his uncle’s auto repair shop and cruise through school without much effort. He’s a quarterback on his high school’s undefeated football team, but he never plays. Why would he when T.T. Munroe—a walking, talking highlight reel—is around? That is, until T.T’s injured a week before the state championships. Now Zeb is starting. As he assumes the role of QB and team leader, the entire town is watching him. And when a college recruiter says Zeb could have a future beyond his small New Hampshire town, he realizes there’s a bigger life out there for him . . . if he can play his heart out.
Category: Young Adult Fiction

Game Change

Author : Craig Atkinson
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Cuando los investigadores comenzaron a explorar el grado de inmersión e interés tan grande de la gente en los videojuegos, se quedaron perplejos. ¿Cómo es que la gente pone más esfuerzo en estos juegos que en su trabajo diario y en sus relaciones personales? ¿Por qué cuando juegan están contentos de trabajar tan duro durante tanto tiempo sin recibir un sueldo por ello? ¿Cómo están estos jugadores, tras haber malgastado su juventud encerrados en su cuarto conectados de manera diferente? ¿Estamos presenciando un cambio significativo en la evolución de la psicología humana? Las ideas que emergen de esta investigación tienen repercusiones muy grandes, no solo para el mundo del trabajo, sino también para una incipiente “economía de participación”. Y la “Gamificación”– la aplicación de nociones de mecánicas de juego muy atractivas, programas de fidelización y economía del comportamiento para impulsar la participación del usuario – son la esencia de este tema. A medida que construyamos una nueva economía digital, será casi inevitable que todos tengamos cada vez más tiempo libre – y las plataformas “gamificadas” nos ayudarán a utilizar ese tiempo de manera beneficiosa. GAME CHANGE explora algunas de las iniciativas más revolucionarias que hemos visto en este campo. Desglosa los mecanismos persuasivos del juego y ofrece ideas sobre cómo poner la teoría en práctica. ASÍ QUE, JUGUEMOS. Es hora de seleccionar un avatar y algunos poderes especiales. El viaje a través de este mundo desafiante comienza en la primera página.

Global Game Change

Author : John Naisbitt
ISBN : 9789351506416
Genre : Business & Economics
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The global authority of the West is no longer unchallenged; the Western worldview is no longer accepted as universal. It is increasingly being questioned by emerging economies around the globe that are developing their own standards. If we look at the geographical positions of the emerging economies, it appears that they collectively form a belt around the southern part of the globe: “The Global Southern Belt.” The Westerncentric world is fading into a multicentered world in which many countries and even more important, “a world of cities” will set the tone in global matters. The game changers will be the countries and cities of the Global Southern Belt, which will reshape our world in the decades to come. Like John Naisbitt’s international bestselling book Megatrends in 1982, Global Game Change offers an indispensable roadmap of the transforming global landscape. It replaces the uncertainty of rapid change with a description of the future.
Category: Business & Economics

Operation Game Change

Author : Akinola Ajani
ISBN : 9781491894439
Genre : Fiction
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Author Akinola Ajani brings the life shattering consequences of terrorism to life in Operation Game Change through the harrowing account of the activities of a newly created counter-terrorism agency. Set in the fictional country Area N, the faith of the citizens in the ability of their president has dwindled considerably, especially because he seems unable to stop the attacks perpetuated by the terrorist cell, GRIMA VUNA. The president enlists the help of a highly regarded former head of state to combat terrorism. The story is narrated from the first person point of view by Davidson Anderson, one of the special agents in a handpicked squad faced with the herculean task of protecting their country in its hour of maximum danger. Led by Commander Gatman Shizzle, they go through intensive military training sessions; enter a labyrinth of leads, rescue missions and covert operations in a bid to rid society of the terrorists. Operation Game Change is a novel that reflects a thorn in the flesh of society and the unhealthy state of any country whose military has been compromised. It is a thriller that almost bursts with action.
Category: Fiction

Game Change

Author : Ken Dryden
ISBN : 9780771027482
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 68.74 MB
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Shortlisted for the BC National Award for Canadian Non-Fiction A Globe and Mail Best Book From the bestselling author and Hall of Famer Ken Dryden, this is the story of NHLer Steve Montador—who was diagnosed with CTE after his death in 2015—the remarkable evolution of hockey itself, and a passionate prescriptive to counter its greatest risk in the future: head injuries. Ken Dryden’s The Game is acknowledged as the best book about hockey, and one of the best books about sports ever written. Then came Home Game (with Roy MacGregor), also a major TV-series, in which he explored hockey’s significance and what it means to Canada and Canadians. Now, in his most powerful and important book yet, Game Change, Ken Dryden tells the riveting story of one player’s life, examines the intersection between science and sport, and expertly documents the progression of the game of hockey—where it began, how it got to where it is, where it can go from here and, just as exciting to play and watch, how it can get there.
Category: Sports & Recreation

The Laws Of The New Game Changers

Author : Raye Mitchell
ISBN : 9781481737180
Genre : Business & Economics
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DON'T ACCEPT BEING AN AVERAGE GAME PLAYER WHEN YOU CAN BE A GAME CHANGER. The Laws of the New Game Changers: How to Make Breakthrough Impacts That Take You Forward gives you the inside tips and tools to create innovation. It breaks down the secrets of the new game changers into eight simple laws that make it easy for you to activate the next big breakout impact program, project, trend and new thing. Veteran innovators and game changers have their own internal playbooks and score cards. They have in their minds their own 'little black book' of notes, tips, and secret success habits that are proven winners. In this book, we share some of those secrets with you so that you can create your own breakthrough impacts. Now is your chance to shake up the status quo, disrupt the ordinary, and move forward. Go ahead, have fun and experiment. Innovate. We dare you.
Category: Business & Economics

Game Changers 1

Author : Mike Lupica
ISBN : 9780545443159
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
File Size : 81.77 MB
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Mike Lupica delivers a New York Times bestselling middle grade series! Ben McBain is every football team's dream player. He's a jack-of-all-trades guy that can handle almost any position. When the game is on the line, Ben's number is the one being called for the final play. But Ben wants to be the starting quarterback and the one thing standing in his way is the coach's son. Shawn O'Brien looks the part. He has been groomed by his father, a former professional quarterback. But despite his size and arm strength, Shawn is struggling. Ben is torn between being a good teammate and going after his own dream. As Ben finds out, Shawn isn't the easiest person to help. And when Ben gets an unexpected opportunity, the entire game will change for the both of them. Best-selling author Mike Lupica kicks off a winning new series about sports and friendship that will captivate readers.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Game Changers

Author : Saumya Sindhwani
ISBN : 9781684663187
Genre : Fiction
File Size : 53.84 MB
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A bitter battle develops between the CEO and his team, led by a lady who is known for her high professional standards. Will chess, her favourite game help her rally over the corporate challenges, as she moves and anticipates moves from the other side. She unravels the DNA of the organisation as well as becomes witness to some black swan events. How will all these impact her? Will this change her perceptions of the corporate world? An interplay of loyalty, ethics, corporate battles and the underbelly of corporate manoeuvre… all this creates an enthralling read.
Category: Fiction

Jewish Game Changers

Author : Diane Mcneil
ISBN : 9781619963825
Genre : Religion
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The definition of game changer is: an "ah-ha" moment that creates an extreme, disruptive advantage or improvement. In 1975 I was introduced to my first game changer. Incredibly, it was not about sports, business or world affairs; it was Jewish! In that poignant encounter with God, He allowed me entrance into the private recesses of His heart - a heart passionate for Israel. We partnered in that moment, and I, too, fell in love with His Israel and the Jew. That was a total spiritual transformation for me. I like to say, "It messed up my perfectly good Christian rut." It has been a whirlwind love affair that I would never have wanted to miss. I eagerly invite you to step inside the pages of these Jewish Game Changers and see the Great Mastermind at work with His Chosen and His Church * * * * * * * Diane A. McNeil is the author of the comp elling and innovative Bible study entitled Ruth 3,000 Years of Sleeping Prophecy Awakened. She completed and published the tenyear project in 2005, and the following year released a companion workbook by the same title. Much of the teaching is a result of the multiples of Jewish lives intertwined with the author's and their unconscious unveiling of the deep truths in the Jewish Book of Ruth. The author has been featured on both Jewish and Christian television and on Christian radio, and continues blazing new trails in the continued pursuit of unity between God's Chosen and His Church. As these Jewish Game Changers reveal, Mrs. McNeil is passionate about wanting to be on assignment in God's enterprise - especially all things Jewish.
Category: Religion