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Making Sense of Intellectual Capital Adriessen, Daniel Elsevier Butterworth-Heinemann , 2004 Management

The book brings to light a valiant attempt at particularizing an organization's intangible resources, and finding the most systematic way of extracting and...

 
 
Driving Excellence Aesch, Mark Hyperion Books , 2011 Business Strategy, Leadership

In Driving Excellence, author Mark Aesch recounts the story of his experience as CEO of Rochester Genesee Regional Transportation Authority (RGRTA) during its transformation from a beleaguered bus...

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Do Cool Sh*t Agrawal, Miki HarperCollins Publishers , 2013 Entrepreneurship, Personal Growth

Contrary to popular belief, it is possible for people to have enjoyable careers and work with like-minded people who share their interests. In Do Cool Sh*t, Miki Agrawal, a young, successful...

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The Renaissance of American Steel Ahlbrandt, Roger S. | Fruehan, Richard J. Oxford University Press , 1996 Business Biographies, Innovation, Major Works

Just a few years ago, the American steel industry was used as the archetypal example of failure in the face of foreign competition. In fact, the collapse of the industry was so dramatic that it was seen as symptomatic...

 
 
Igniting Gen B and Gen V Ahlrichs, Nancy S. Davies-Black Publishing , 2008 Diversity, Human Resources, Management

To compete in today’s marketplace, corporations need to develop employees that do more than just show up every day to work: employees need to be engaged in their work. Unfortunately, companies have historically...

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Customer-Driven Operations Management Ahoy, Christopher K. McGraw-Hill , 2009 Customer Focus

In Customer-Driven Operations Management, Christopher K. Ahoy proposes that an organization can have an advantage over its competition if it strives to become the best by moving from survival mode to...

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Seoul Man Ahrens, Frank HarperCollins Publishers , 2016 Global Business

In Seoul Man, Frank Ahrens shares his experience of leaving his job as a journalist for the Washington Post for a new, exciting career in South Korea. The Foreign Service assigned his wife, Rebekah, to...

 
 
The Alpha Masters Ahuja, Maneet John Wiley & Sons Canada, Ltd. , 2012 Economics & Finance

In the investment world, the term “alpha” refers to returns in excess of expected risk, earned by fund managers who succeed in accurately forecasting the behavior of financial markets and other “beta” macroeconomic...

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Identity Economics Akerlof, George | Kranton, Rachel Princeton University Press , 2010 Economics & Finance

Identity Economics by George Akerlof and Rachel Kranton discusses a new way to understand people’s decisions—at work, at school, and at home. The book brings identity and related norms to...

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Animal Spirits Akerlof, George A. | Shiller, Robert J. Princeton University Press , 2009 Economics & Finance

Animal Spirits dissects standard economic theories and demonstrates their failure to account for human emotion, even though emotions have a large impact on the economy. George A. Akerlof and Robert J....

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