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Towards Zero

Author : Agatha Christie
ISBN : 9780671834395
Genre : Battle, Superintendent (Fictitious character)
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Superintendent Battle of Scotland Yard struggles to find the person who penned the details of a vicious murder.
Category: Battle, Superintendent (Fictitious character)

Towards Zero Ambitious Road Safety Targets And The Safe System Approach

Author : International Transport Forum
ISBN : 9789282101964
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This report takes stock of recent developments and initiatives to meet increasingly ambitious road safety targets, and constitutes a major international review of progress in developing Safe System approaches, now adopted in a small number of countries.

Towards Zero Waste

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ISBN : 9783319929316
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This book draws on insights that originated from the Circular Economy and Zero Waste initiatives. Together these approaches try to boost the shift from “waste” to “resources” management. The content of this book is partially organized from a stakeholder perspective, revealing the managerial implications for public and private actors. Next to public policies, also illustrations come from the private sector. Petstar, Texperium and Walmart generously shared some of their best practices at in this regard. Cases from China, Indonesia, Mexico, the Netherlands and Romania are discussed in this book. In all of these different contexts they show ways to create collaborative schemes in order to “retain” the resources’ values as much as product quality and financial circumstances permit. The reader can thus take advantage of the pragmatic viewpoints that aim to inspire policy makers, researchers, students, organisations and communities to boost the needed changes towards a Zero Waste Economy.

Towards Zero Management Learning Organisations

Author : Ted O'Keeffe
ISBN : 9781598582277
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 33.28 MB
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This book focuses on the need for organisations to develop beyond best practice, six sigma andlean manufacturing towards zero management learning organisations. It explains how this can be achieved utilising the twin dynamic of organisational learning and company wide knowledge diffusion initiatives. It also reflects the complexity and subtlety of organisational behaviour in general and organisational learning in particular. Furthermore, the nature and value of organisational learning is also assessed in terms of its contribution to organisational effectiveness. Thus traditional hagiographic views of management are rejected in favour of a multi-layered approach that allows the reader to critique the content of the various chapters quickly or read on until a deeper understanding is achieved. At the heart of this text is a detailed perspective on the extent to which firms can best achieve sustainable competitive advantage. The issues of critical importance for contemporary business are identified and investigated thoroughly. Despite the numerous management development tools readily available it is near impossible to comprehend that less than half ofthe executive leaders of successful companies fully understand the higher order learning imperatives that must be embraced if their organisations are to stay ahead of the game, nevermind the ongoing transformational change initiatives needed to begin the journey towards zero management learning organisations
Category: Business & Economics

Toward Zero Exclusion

Author : Jodie Reed
ISBN : 1860302874
Genre : Education
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Advanced Nuclear Energy Systems Toward Zero Release Of Radioactive Wastes

Author : Masaki Saito
ISBN : 0080441734
Genre : Technology & Engineering
File Size : 63.45 MB
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This volume is a collection of the papers presented at the International Seminar on Advanced Nuclear Energy Systems toward Zero Release of Radioactive Wastes, which was held in Japan in November 2000. Scientists and engineers working in academia, research organizations and industry came together to discuss the role and contributions of nuclear energy to the environmental issues in the new millennium. It provided a forum for open discussions about the pursuit of solutions for the reduction of nuclear wastes based on the accelerator and fusion technologies, in addition to the advanced fission technology to harmonize the nuclear energy systems with the global environment. It also promoted future international collaboration in the following research fields: the role of nuclear energy in the new millennium; waste management; transmutation of minor actinides and fission products; advanced fission systems, accelerator driven systems, fusion systems, nuclear database, and advanced nuclear fuel cycles for transmutation of wastes. Published originally as a special issue (volume 40/3-4) of the international journal Progress in Nuclear Energy.
Category: Technology & Engineering

Toward Zero Discharge

Author : Tapas K. Das
ISBN : UOM:39015060612309
Genre : Technology & Engineering
File Size : 76.90 MB
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This book discusses pathways to achieve pollution prevention and waste minimization at the sources leading toward zero discharge. Coverage includes life cycle assessment, industrial ecology, eco-industrial parks, green engineering, and sustainable chemical and allied processes and products development. The pulp and paper industry is introduced as a case study in demonstrating how this industry is achieving pollution prevention goals by various techniques, and how this industry has become a minimum impact industry, moving towards achieving zero discharge status in most process areas. Featuring a collection of expert authors, this book is essential reading for industrial ecologists and engineers, material scientists, and state and federal officials.
Category: Technology & Engineering

Games Businesses Play

Author : Pankaj Ghemawat
ISBN : 0262071827
Genre : Business & Economics
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Game theory has come to dominate industrial organization economics, but business strategists continue to debate its usefulness. So far, empirical work on the application of game theory to business strategy has been too limited to force a consensus. As a (partial) remedy, Games Businesses Play uses detailed case studies of competitive interaction to explore the uses and limits of game theory as a tool for business strategists.Because they are analytical rather than descriptive, the case studies are not typical teaching cases. The cases are paired with customized game-theoretic models that cover a wide range of commitment decisions, from short-run commitments such as price to longer-run commitments such as capacity expansion and reduction, product and process innovation, and battles for market share. A variety of quantitative and qualitative techniques are used to test the models' predictions on case data. In addition the book sheds light on a number of other issues important to strategic management, including the resource-based view of the firm and the emergent theory of dynamic capabilities.
Category: Business & Economics