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Making a Difference Bethel, Sheila Murray G.P. Putnam's Sons , 1990 Leadership, Management

Grassroots leadership dispels feelings of powerlessness in the face of the overwhelming problems plaguing today's world. When you define your "mission that matters," you'll know what it is you want to make a difference...

 
 
Who Killed Maynard Keynes? Biven, W. Carl Dow Jones-Irwin , 1989 Business Biographies

In the late 1970s, Robert Lucas, professor of economics at the University of Chicago, published The Death of Keynes, in which he stated that Keynesian economics was dead, having been replaced by "total chaos" in...

 
 
Big Dragon Burstein, Daniel | De Keijzer, Arne Simon & Schuster , 1998 Global Business

Intelligent business and political strategy toward China must be rooted in accurate and realistic assessments of where China has been and where it is headed. The Pollyannas were wrong to assume that China would...

 
 
FutureScope Cappo, Joe Longman Financial Services Publishing , 1990 Human Resources

The U.S. is a pluralistic society, more diverse than any other country, and it is this very diversity that molds the unique American personality. As the nation matures, people tend to become more alike, but the flow of...

 
 
Apple Carlton, Jim Times Business , 1998 Business Biographies

Almost every personal computer worldwide now has the distinctive look of Apple’s legendary Mac, which was the first to bring easy-to-use graphical icons and pull-down menus to the masses. Unfortunately, the company...

 
 
Managing Global Alliances Cauley de la Sierra, M. Addison-Wesley , 1995 Global Business, Productivity

Managing Global Alliances is a how-to manual that pinpoints guiding principles about how to set up and sustain a successful global alliance. Alliances are usually formed to pool, exchange, or integrate...

 
 
The 5 Patterns of Extraordinary Careers Citrin, James M. | Smith, Richard A. Crown Business , 2003 Human Resources, Personal Growth

Many believe that a successful career is the result of dumb luck, good timing, political savvy, good business and/or social connections, high levels of intelligence, brown nosing, and/or unethical behavior. However,...

 
 
The Art of the Leader Cohen, William A. Prentice Hall Press , 1990 Leadership, Management

Leadership can make the difference between success and failure. It entails acting through others to accomplish tasks, for there are many important goals that cannot be achieved without the help of others. However, you...

 
 
Delta Air lines Davis, Sidney F. Peachtree Publishers, Ltd. , 1989 Business Biographies, Leadership, Management

Delta Air Lines, which originated in Louisiana, has been based in Atlanta, Georgia for almost 50 of its 60 years. As the South has prospered, so has the company, gaining a reputation for hospitality and pride-the...

 
 
Made in America Dertouzos, Michael L. | Lester, Richard K. | Solow, Robert M. The MIT Press , 1989 Global Business

Many of industry's setbacks are symptoms of systematic and pervasive ills. The international business environment has changed drastically and the U.S. must learn to adapt. Many firms are thriving in the present economy...

 
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