All Summaries

All Summaries

 
Going for Broke Rothchild, John Simon & Schuster , 1991 Business Biographies, Leadership

The 1980s were full of outlandish wheeling and dealing, mystical accounting, and phenomenal financial calamities. Incomprehensible greed and stupidity ravaged the economy, and Going for Broke is a...

 
 
In Search of Excess Crystal, Graef S.1 W. W. Norton & Company , 1991 Human Resources, Management

The revelation of how and why CEO compensation in the United States has grown astronomically in contrast to the pay of CEOs of other industrialized nations. Furthermore, In Search of Excess provides a...

 
 
Investing From the Heart Brill, Jack A. | Reder, Alan Crown Publishing , 1992 Business Biographies, Economics & Finance, Social Responsibility

Brill and Reder offer a logical, user-friendly guide that does an excellent job of educating the novice investor in a language anyone can understand. They pack an incredible amount of information into one volume (...

 
 
The Making of Microsoft Ichbiah, Daniel | Knepper, Susan L. Prima Publishing , 1991 Business Biographies, Technology

An adaptation of the French Microsoft: Les Nouveaux Magicians (Microsoft: The New Magicians), this is the inside story of one of the most spectacular American companies of the microcomputer age. The Making of...

 
 
Reducing Employee Theft Snyder, Neil H.1,2 | Broome Jr., O. Whitfield3 | Kehoe, William J.4,5 | McIntyre Jr., James T.6 | Blair, Karen E.7 Quorum Books , 1991 Economics & Finance, Human Resources

Theft combines a well-documented report of several serious studies and a review of the professional literature. Its simple direct language and natural conversational style make if accessible to the widest audience....

 
 
The Second Coming of the Woolly Mammoth Frost, Ted S.1 Ten Speed Press , 1991 Personal Growth

Offering the fully revised and updated original ideas of his first book, Where Have All the Woolly Mammoths Gone (1976), Frost recognizes the improved environment for small business and shares the entrepreneurial...

 
 
Sense and Nonsense in Corporate Finance Lowenstein, Louis1,2 Addison-Wesley , 1991 Economics & Finance

Beginning with a set of 12 financial rules that reflects the harsh lessons of the 1980s, Lowenstein brings purpose and good sense to corporate finance. The book follows two fictional business executives (a CEO and a...

 
 
Bionomics Rothschild, Michael Henry Holt and Company , 1990 Economics & Finance, Management

The bionomic perspective is indeed a fresh way of observing the facts of society and the economy. In Bionomics, Rothschild not only offers a new paradigm but a new paradigm of a whole new world. The author assimilates...

 
 
The Change Riders Kissler, Gary D. Addison-Wesley , 1991 Change Management, Leadership

A useful blend of theory, practice, and common sense that provides innovative solutions for "riding" change. Kissler presents a "blueprint," showing the major variables that need to be considered, as well as a "roadmap...

 
 
The Disney Touch Grover, Ron Business One/Irwin , 1991 Business Biographies, Leadership

The behind-the-scenes account of how Disney went from a stagnant company, rooted in the past and ripe for takeover, to one of the most admired and successful corporations in America. Grover conducted extensive...

 
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