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Total Business Student Book Int Bre

Author : John Hughes
ISBN : 0462098656
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
File Size : 88.1 MB
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Each Student's Book contains twelve modules divided into the core lessons of Business topic, Business skills and Learning strategies. This module division of material makes it flexible to the needs and requirements of each class. The class CD is packaged in the back of the book.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Annual Report

Author : Pennsylvania. Department of Internal Affairs
ISBN : IOWA:31858017523030
Genre : Canals
File Size : 23.18 MB
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Category: Canals

Census Of Business 1935

Author : United States. Bureau of the Census
ISBN : UOM:39015028120064
Genre : Government publications
File Size : 79.11 MB
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Category: Government publications

1967 Census Of Business

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ISBN : PSU:000073242215
Genre : Service industries
File Size : 35.42 MB
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Category: Service industries

Technology Shocks

Author : Heinrich M. Arnold
ISBN : 9783642574030
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 33.11 MB
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Radical technological changes (so-called "technology shocks") frequently disrupt the competitive market structure. New entrants appear, industries need to be redefined, incumbents lose their positions or vanish completely. Fast moving industries - like the often quoted example of the semiconductor industry - have preferably been analyzed for these phenomena. But do the findings hold for industries with longer development cycles like the global machine tool industry? Here, multivariate analysis is used to find out what management needs to focus on in order to lead companies through the technology shocks. The research for this book builds on in-depth interviews with 100 experts and decision makers from the machine tool industry involved in technology shocks and statistical analysis of detailed quantitative surveys collected from 58 companies. In several instances the results challenge classical teaching of technology management. Adrian J. Slywotzky - US top selling business author and one of the most distinguished intellectual leaders in business - comments: "In Technology Shocks, Heinrich Arnold develops a very useful model for analyzing technology shocks, and for focusing on those factors that will enable a company to navigate through these shocks successfully, and repeatedly. Although this work is focused on technology, its thinking has useful implications beyond technology shocks. It provides ideas that managers can use to protect their firms when they are faced with any type of discontinuity, technology-based or not".
Category: Business & Economics

Battleground Business 2 Volumes

Author : Peg Thoms
ISBN : 9781573567398
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 35.43 MB
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Business is one of the most potent cultural forces today, profoundly affecting every facet of our lives whether we are working in a corporate environment or not. This book surveys some of the most controversial issues and topics central to the contemporary business world. Included are more than 70 alphabetically arranged entries written by expert contributors. Each entry explores a topic's relevance and influence, highlights opposing viewpoints, provides sidebars of interesting information, and lists resources for further research. For students and general readers, this book is an engaging, accessible, and essential resource on the role of business in society. Globalization. Outsourcing. Downsizing. These are some of the economic issues at the center of today's society. Time after time, we see that business is one of the most powerful forces in the modern world, profoundly affecting every facet of our lives whether we work in a corporate environment or not. Because in one way or another the world is all about economics, students need to understand and appreciate the role of business in their lives. This book overviews the most important topics and issues characterizing the role of business in today's society. Included are alphabetically arranged entries on more than 70 critical issues or topics central to the role of business in our lives. Each is written by an expert contributor and provides a summary of the topic's relevance and influence, a consideration of opposing viewpoints, and a list of resources for further research. For students and general readers, this book is an engaging, accessible, and essential resource on the role of business in everyday life.
Category: Business & Economics