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Balancing Acts Galbraith, James K. Basic Books , 1990 Economics & Finance, Global Business

Today, a competitive challenge defines our economy and the at-tendant difficulties we are now experiencing have to do with failures of policy and not faults of national character. In the 1970s and 1980s, the inward...

 
 
Beatrice Gazel, Neil R. University of Illinois Press , 1990 Business Biographies, Management

In 1889, George Everett Haskell and William W. Bosworth set up business in Beatrice, Nebraska, dealing in poultry, eggs, butter, and produce. C. H. Haskell, George Haskell's nephew, began working for the company in...

 
 
Wall Street Geisst, Charles R. Oxford University Press , 1997 Economics & Finance

The American securities industry has a long and varied history that has come to symbolize the best and the worst of American finance. Wall Street is a wide-ranging chronicle of how a loose association...

 
 
Microcosm Gilder, George Simon & Schuster , 1990 Economics & Finance, Technology

The overthrow of matter is the main event of the century. As the mind gains ascendancy, physical wealth declines in value and sig-nificance. Computer software, a product of the mind, is the added value in world...

 
 
Swim With the Dolphins Glaser, Connie | Steinberg Smalley, Barbara Warner Books , 1995 Diversity, Personal Growth

Corporate America is just now beginning to realize that effective managers must possess the right technical skills to get the job done, as well as the right people skills to ensure a sense of cohesiveness in the...

 
 
I'M FIRST Goldzimer, Linda Silverman Rawson Associates , 1989 Customer Focus, Marketing

This is the beginning of an era in which the focus must be on the customer rather than on the product or market. Businesses with the right customer service philosophy and practices will be the ones with the competitive...

 
 
American Business: A Two-Minute Warning. Grayson Jr., C. Jackson | O'Dell, Carla The Free Press , 1990 Leadership, Management

From history we find that leadership and world dominance tend to cause complacency. Leaders overlook the relative growth rates of challengers, the changes are so gradual that leaders have difficulty sensing the crisis...

 
 
Service Management and Marketing Gronroos, Christian Lexington Books , 1990 Customer Focus, Marketing

The service sector has substantially impacted the U.S. economy, generating 44 million new jobs in the past three decades and softening the effects of every recession since World War II. Added value has moved from the...

 
 
We Are All Self-Employed Hakim, Cliff Berrett-Koehler , 2004 Entrepreneurship, Human Resources, Personal Growth

This second edition of Cliff Hakim’s bestseller, We Are All Self-Employed, is not about starting a business. It is instead, about challenging and influencing our beliefs about work - an empowering...

 
 
Henry J. Kaiser Heaner, Albert P. Peter Lang Publishing, Inc. , 1990 Business Biographies, Management

H.J. Kaiser was one of America’s great industrialists. He was one of the team of builders, called the Six Companies, who took on the challenge of building Boulder Dam. His other accomplishments included production of...

 
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