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The Federal Management Playbook

Author : Ira Goldstein
ISBN : 9781626163720
Genre : Political Science
File Size : 25.9 MB
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In "The Federal Management Playbook," Goldstein draws on his decades of experience as a consulting executive and federal government executive to coach how to effectively motivate government employees, pick the right technologies, communicate and negotiate with powerful stakeholders, manage risks, get value from contractors, foster innovation, and more. Additional tips describe how career civil servants and political appointees can get the most from one another, advise consultants on providing value to government, and help everyone better manage ever-present oversight. This book is a must-read for anyone working in the federal realm and for students who aspire to public service.
Category: Political Science

Freedom Through Cashflow The New Playbook To Minimize Tax Maximize Profit With Real Estate

Author : Tyler Vinson
ISBN : 9781684718962
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 77.15 MB
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Learn how to: • Increase the value of real estate immediately. • Minimize tax obligations year after year. • Beat the banks at their own game. • Structure deals and cash flow exit strategies. Throughout the playbook, he highlights strategies to minimize the taxes you pay, explaining how the government incentivizes investors and business owners to pump money back into the economy. When your money is working for you by making more money, you can put that money into productive businesses, investment ventures, and missions you believe in. Find out how to do it, step by step, with the lessons in Freedom through Cash Flow.
Category: Business & Economics

Public Sector Enterprise Risk Management

Author : Kenneth C. Fletcher
ISBN : 9780429820724
Genre : Political Science
File Size : 23.81 MB
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Through a series of case studies and selected special topics, Public Sector Enterprise Risk Management presents examples from leading Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) programs on overcoming bureaucratic obstacles, developing a positive risk culture, and making ERM a valuable part of day-to-day management. Specifically designed to help government risk managers, with concepts and approaches to help them advance risk management beyond the basics, the book: Provides a balanced mix of concepts, instruction and examples; Addresses topics that go beyond the basics of Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) program design and implementation; Includes insights from leading practitioners and other senior officials. Many government organizations can refer to the growing body of materials that provide examples of ERM processes and procedures. Far fewer reference materials and examples exist to help organizations develop a risk-mature organizational culture that is critical to the long-term success and strategic value that ERM represents to government organizations. Public Sector Enterprise Risk Management begins to fill that void and is intended to help public sector risk managers overcome barriers that inhibit ERM from becoming an active contributor to major decisions that top officials must make.
Category: Political Science

The Sports Event Management And Marketing Playbook

Author : Frank Supovitz
ISBN : UOM:39015061009893
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 26.62 MB
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A proven framework to envision, plan, fund, and produce sports events The authoritative guide to sports event management and marketing "To know how to orchestrate a sports event is to know how our industry works. The NHL, under Frank Supovitz’s stewardship, has been a consistent leader at making its events grow its business and enhance its brand." –Mike Golub, Senior Vice President of Business Operations for the NBA Memphis Grizzlies "Only with the right strategic plan can sports events maximize the revenues for organizers and host venues, and drive exposure for sponsor partners. This guide offers practical advice to ensure you come up with a winning formula." –Mark Bisson, Editor, Stadia magazine "The Sports Event Management and Marketing Playbook is a step-by-step guide designed to help you stage events that surpass their goals, whether at your community’s recreation center or in front of a worldwide television audience." –Wayne Gretzky The Sports Event Management and Marketing Playbook is a step-by-step guide for the real world, offering expert advice on how to properly build sports events into successful and financially viable properties. Authored by a successful professional who’s in the trenches every day, this helpful resource offers both first-time planners and seasoned organizers with the expertise and framework for staging top-quality sports events at any level–from the community to the global stage. Along with practical checklists, tables, figures, and forms, The Sports Event Management and Marketing Playbook features: "Sideline Stories" presenting real-life examples of the development, management, and execution of sports events "Coach’s Clipboard" featuring questions and thought-provoking intellectual exercises that enable readers to apply the lessons of every chapter to hypothetical situations The Wiley Event Management Series–Series Editor, Dr. Joe Goldblatt, CSEP The Wiley Event Management Series provides professionals with the essential knowledge and cutting-edge tools they need to excel in one of the most exciting and rapidly growing sectors of the hospitality and tourism industry. Written by recognized experts in the field, the volumes in the series cover the research, design, planning, coordination, and evaluation methods as well as specialized areas of event management.
Category: Business & Economics

The Airbnb Expert S Playbook

Author : Scott Schatford
ISBN :
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The AIRBNB Expert's Playbook is an app to automate short term rental management. Use our proprietary reports to maximize revenue and understand the marketplace for AIRBNB rentals across the United States.
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Mergers And Acquisitions Playbook

Author : Mark A. Filippell
ISBN : 0470918624
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 80.26 MB
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The ultimate "tricks of the trade" guide to mergers and acquisitions Mergers and Acquisitions Playbook provides the practical tricks of the trade on how to get maximum value for a middle-market business. This book uniquely covers how to prepare for a sale, how to present the business most positively, and how to control the sale timetable. Written in a straight-talking style Provides the tricks of the trade on how to get maximum value for a middle-market business Shows how the sellers can take capitalize their inherent "unfair advantages" Examines the differences between "value" and "currency" Explains how to handle bankruptcy and distress company sales Offers tips on managing your lawyers in the documentation process Filled with empirical examples of successful-and unsuccessful-techniques, this practical guide takes you through every step of the M&A process, from how to manage confidentiality, how to create competition (or the impression of competition), to what to do once the deal is closed.
Category: Business & Economics

The Cio Playbook

Author : Nicholas R. Colisto
ISBN : 9781118411186
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 82.76 MB
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As our economy shifts from recession to recovery, our current economic climate is ripe for transformation. CIOs are in a unique position to leverage technology in order to drive innovation and boost business growth. The CIO Playbook is the handy desk reference for CIOs, CEOs, CFOs, and up and coming leaders, revealing a dynamic seven-step framework (Partner – Organize – Innovate – Deliver – Support – Protect – Grow) that will guide you in making essential changes to your organization. The proven strategies, tools, and techniques in The CIO Playbook make it the ultimate "how-to" resource for creating a high-performance IT organization that delivers value-added products and services to employees, customers, and shareholders. Author Nicholas Colisto provides solutions to the issues that concern business leaders and IT practitioners, including: How to truly partner with business peers Delivering high-quality products and services that are embraced by your user community How to ensure your team is focused on the right innovations Measuring performance and running your department like a business Ways to attract, motivate, and retain a talented team working toward a common vision Managing risks to operate effectively and protect corporate reputation Featuring online templates for each of the seven steps described in the book, The CIO Playbook can help you transform your IT department from a mere order taker to a high-performance organization that delivers extraordinary business outcomes, despite this era of turbulent economic challenges.
Category: Business & Economics

The Sales Leaders Playbook

Author : Nathan Jamail
ISBN : 9781456605131
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 63.96 MB
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Winning is not a 'some of the time' activity it is an 'all of the time' activity. Success in sales takes talent, skills, discipline, practice, and most importantly honesty with a genuine concern for the client. Most sales leaders know what to do - they just do not know how to make it real for their organization. This barrier keeps them mediocre at best. Experienced sales professional and entrepreneur, Nathan Jamail has developed a playbook of techniques and best practices, which have allowed hundreds of sales teams to find success in their selling. From creating an organizational belief system to taking the bullet for those you lead, The Sales Leaders Playbook focuses on how to build a winning team. Nothing in this book is theory - it is based on personal experiences learned throughout Nathan Jamail's extensive sales career. The Sale Leaders Playbook is a book written for sales leader by a sales leader - designed to be straightforward, easy to read, and simple to understand. The ability to execute the skills and programs outlined requires effort. It takes a sales leader who is willing to hold a team accountable and more importantly hold themselves accountable. Mastering these sales leadership skills will: * Increase team morale * Improve skills and abilities * Improve communications * Increase sales and profits
Category: Business & Economics

Your Healthcare Playbook

Author : Dennis Deruelle
ISBN : 9781682612422
Genre : Medical
File Size : 68.26 MB
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Most Americans are facing higher premiums and spending more of their own money on healthcare. To make things worse, the laws and rules are confusing and change almost daily. Dr. Dennis Deruelle uses the NFL like a Rosetta Stone, using simple football analogies to help you get the highest quality care at the lowest cost. Teams are the future of healthcare. Many of the new changes to healthcare are similar to the best practices of the NFL. In Your Healthcare Playbook, Dr. Deruelle uses the NFL, the most successful franchise in American history, to break down the information so that it’s easy to understand. You will hear insights from key members of the NFL as well as some of the foremost doctors and safety experts who will help you and your family stay safe. With over 20 years in practice, Dr. Deruelle comes to the rescue with a nonpartisan explanation of the law. He uses simple football terms to help you understand how to navigate your new healthcare.
Category: Medical

Game Plan

Author : Warren Barhorst; Rusty Burson
ISBN : 9781504953184
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 55.14 MB
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ABOUT GAME PLAN Building relationships is essential in having a successful business. We are living in the “connection era” where there are a variety of ways to build relationships, but for some reason we feel we are more disconnected from each other than ever before. Barhorst uses real life examples, compelling facts and humor to teach life lessons and techniques for building lasting relationships that can last a lifetime. Warren Barhorst is an entertaining, straightforward, smart entrepreneur that has an impressive, rare ability to teach you how to make your business and business relationships successful. Barhorst was not the best athlete, but in 1988 he took down the Heisman Trophy Winner. He started his business career with practically nothing, and today he has built an empire of insurance agencies. He simply utilized and perfected his skills. This is not an insurance book. It’s an engaging, challenging, inspiring and entertaining book that shows the importance of connecting with people on a deeper level can enhance your business. If you have a vision grow your business and relationships to a new level, Game Plan will take you there. The principles in this book- along with the continually updated and accompanying website www.gameplanbook.com - have been tested in the real world. These are more than theories; they are proven recipes for success. Following the step-by-step road map that Barhorst describes will take you beyond your wildest expectations. Some books are written to inform; this one is designed to transform you and your business to connect with others on a deeper level.
Category: Business & Economics

The Change Maker S Playbook

Author : Amy J. Radin
ISBN : 9781947951075
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 27.11 MB
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How any leader can deliver business-changing innovation now. Any leader in any size company, no matter the size or sector, feels the pressure to innovate, find new ideas and business models, and create enduring customer value. There is no one formula or set process to find and execute the ideas that achieve these goals; customers set moving targets, shareholders are unforgiving and demanding, and society expects companies to care about much more than the bottom line. The fast and furious forces of change stimulated by technology, demographics, lifestyles, and economic, environmental, political and regulatory impacts -- or any number of these in combination – are easy to see. They are easy to talk about. They are easy to intellectualize. The problem? The answers are hard to execute and require nuanced combinations of leadership, skills, strategy and tactics. On top of that, innovation has moved from an abstraction that will matter at some distant date to a front-and-center deliverable that must show evidence of impact in the space of the calendar quarter. In the stories, tools, techniques and advice inside The Change Maker’s Playbook, leaders will find tangible steps to find and safeguard the plans that will deliver the sustainable business-changing impacts – new customers, new relationships, new sources of value and growth— their businesses need. Separated from the pack of academic and consultant innovation theories, Radin’s approach stems from her own experience sitting in the innovation hot seat at some of the world’s most demanding companies and is bolstered by interviews with 50 corporate executives, founders and startup investors representing media, e-commerce, payments, healthcare, government, professional services, and not-for-profit sectors. The book walks readers through Radin’s adaptive, 9-part framework, engaging them in ready-to-apply techniques. Her work shows leaders how to find the big ideas that will meaningfully address customer needs, take the insight from idea through implementation in a way that delivers in the short and long-term for the organization, and lead effectively through the obstacles that tend to derail or diminish innovation. Three phases – Seeking, Seeding and Scaling – organize the framework within an intuitive, logical and useable format, with concrete actions outlined every step of the way. The answer to the dilemma every business faces today is that innovation is exhilarating, rewarding and even fun when it is approached as a unique challenge, but it can also be polarizing, unpredictable, and scary. Success requires that leaders rethink how they lead innovation. Leaders know they must set aside preconceived notions of what works, and look to those who have already walked in their shoes. This is why The Change Maker’s Playbook was written, and why it will become an ongoing resource for any innovation leader. Table of Contents: Foreword The Change Maker’s Framework (image) Introduction Chapter 1: Discovering Real Problems That Matter Chapter 2: Purpose, Passion, Promise and Positioning Chapter 3: The Art Of Being Resourceful Chapter 4: Prototype, Test, Learn, Iterate Chapter 5: Business Model Linchpins Chapter 6: The Green Light Moment Chapter 7: Launch Chapter 8: Testing and Experimenting Chapter 9: Anticipating and Adapting Epilogue Acknowledgements Bibliography
Category: Business & Economics

The Leadership Playbook

Author : Nathan Jamail
ISBN : 9781592408665
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 83.28 MB
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A successful business owner and the self-published author of The Sales Leaders Playbook describes how to build a corporate culture that supports coaching and build effective teams by fostering beliefs, resolving issues, and holding people accountable.
Category: Business & Economics

Harvard Business Review On Thriving In Emerging Markets

Author : Harvard Business Review
ISBN : 9781422172155
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 66.97 MB
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Beat local companies at their game. If you need the best practices and ideas for gaining market share in developing economies--but don't have time to find them--this book is for you. Here are 10 inspiring and useful perspectives, all in one place. This collection of HBR articles will help you: - Manage risk in unstable environments - Ward off political threats to your business - Customize your business model for emerging markets - Tailor your strategy to capitalize on countries' strengths - Gain ground on emerging giants - Compete in China's new high-tech market - Win the war for talent in developing economies - Serve the bottom of the pyramid profitably
Category: Business & Economics

Vault Guide To The Top Insurance Employers

Author : Laurie Pasiuk
ISBN : UCLA:L0090301359
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 83.56 MB
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Vault brings its famed journalistic, insider approach to the insurance industry. The Guide provides business profiles, hiring and workplace culture information on more than 30 top employers, including Aetna, Allstate, Cigna, Nationwide and more.
Category: Business & Economics

Business 2 0

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ISBN : MINN:31951P010038088
Genre : Electronic commerce
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Category: Electronic commerce

Supervisor And Manager S Playbook

Author : Carlos Conejo
ISBN : 1734640308
Genre :
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A "how to manage" daily activities and duties for Supervisors and Managers in any field. Encourages standardized operating procedures, pre-determined strategies and tactics, that are practiced daily, to manage the daily workflow. I have found too many people are promoted because they are "hard-workers," but have not yet developed the necessary management and people skills to manage the daily workflow. This book helps supervisors and managers cope and manage their daily workflow.
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Small Investor Playbook

Author : Mark D. Mandel, CFA
ISBN : 9781491815533
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 68.90 MB
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This book offers the small investor unique assistance that is not found in other publications offering investment advice. The small investor is, in effect, “competing” with professional money managers, who are often on the opposite side of a trade. If a stock is becoming cheaper because institutions (the mutual funds, hedge funds, etc.) are net sellers, should you, the individual, buy? The professionals have access to corporate managements, employ or have access to paid staffs of analysts, are trained to read a company’s financial statements, and actively participate in company conference calls. In short, this is still an uneven playing field, even though SEC Regulation FD (for fair disclosure) has mandated the dissemination of material information in a more equitable fashion. This book is comprised of three sections. Part One describes the major institutional investor groups and the deep resources at their disposal. Part Two illustrates the tools available to small investors that can create a more level playing field. Access to company-sponsored conference calls and web casts are examples that are open to individual, as well as professional investors, but many either are unaware of these tools or fail to avail themselves of these opportunities. The main section of the book is an outline of 24 key industry groups that comprise the S&P 500; the salient metrics and terms; the valuation methods that investors use; most common questions asked on conference calls; and what motivates pros to buy or sell the stocks. Why are some technology stocks often valued as a multiple of sales when most industries are measured by their price/earnings (P/E) multiple? What is the appropriate price/cash flow multiple for industries that are measured by that metric? Why do analysts scrutinize a retailer’s same-store sales and the semiconductor industry’s book-to-bill ratio? These are among the many issues that are crucial to successfully investing in individual stocks. Understanding how pros judge companies and value their stocks will enable people to make better investment decisions and, hopefully, realize greater returns on their stock portfolios. A good introduction to stock market investing, coming at the perfect time. 2014 will be a challenging year and readers of Mark Mandel’s new book will be ready. —John Rubino, author of Clean Money: Picking Winners in the Green Tech Boom
Category: Business & Economics

Nonprofit Asset Management

Author : Matthew Rice
ISBN : 9781118199145
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 32.53 MB
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An authoritative guide for effective investment management and oversight of endowments, foundations and other nonprofit investors Nonprofit Asset Management is a timely guide for managing endowment, foundation, and other nonprofit assets. Taking you through each phase of the process to create an elegant and simple framework for the prudent oversight of assets, this book covers setting investment objectives; investment policy; asset allocation strategies; investment manager selection; alternative asset classes; and how to establish an effective oversight system to ensure the program stays on track. Takes you through each phase of the process to create an elegant and simple framework for the prudent oversight of nonprofit assets A practical guide for fiduciaries of endowment, foundation, and other nonprofit funds Offers step-by-step guidance for the effective investment management of assets Created as a practical guide for fiduciaries of nonprofit funds—board members and internal business managers—Nonprofit Asset Management is a much-needed, step-by-step guide to the effective investment management of nonprofit assets.
Category: Business & Economics

Outthink The Competition

Author : Kaihan Krippendorff
ISBN : 9781118163856
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 75.90 MB
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A Fast Company blogger and former McKinsey consultant profiles the next generation business strategists: the "Outthinkers" "Outthinkers" are entrepreneurs and corporate leaders with a new playbook. They see opportunities others ignore, challenge dogma others accept as truth, rally resources others cannot influence, and unleash new strategies that disrupt their markets. Outthink the Competition proves that business competition is undergoing a fundamental paradigm shift and that during such revolutions, outthinkers beat traditionalists. Outthink the Competition presents stories of breakthrough companies like Apple, Google, Vistaprint, and Rosetta Stone whose stunning performances defy traditional explanation and will inspire readers to outthink the competition. Core concepts in the book include: Discover the Eight Dimensions of Disruption Learn to play by the Outthinker Playbook Develop the Five Habits of the Outthinker Implement the Outthinker Process It's time to buck tradition in order to stay ahead. Outthink the competition and uncover opportunities hiding in plain sight.
Category: Business & Economics