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From Baby Boom to Baby Bust Greller, Martin M. | Nee, David M. Addison-Wesley , 1989 Human Resources

At the end of World War II, America saw the birth rate soar to unprecedented numbers, and then, in the early '60s, "suddenly" plummet. Because of this boom/bust cycle, American business will be left stranded. Corporate...

 
 
The Customer Connection Guaspari, John AMACOM , 1988 Customer Focus

Until recently, the issue of quality has been dealt with in a "transcendent" way by many industries and organizations. People now realize, however, that quality is a serious business issue, perhaps the only business...

 
 
A Rock and a Hard Place Hodgson, Kent AMACOM , 1992 Personal Growth

Far more attention needs to be given to the values and principles-both business and ethical-that business people hold, for the simple reason that they make up the foundation upon which decisions are made. Solving...

 
 
The First Hundred Years Are the Toughest Hoge Sr., Cecil C. Ten Speed Press , 1989 Business Biographies

The mail order business resulted from improved mail service that served the needs of farm families living away from major cities. When Aaron Montgomery Ward settled in rapidly growing Chicago after the Civil War,...

 
 
Science and Corporate Strategy Hounshell, David A. | Smith Jr., John Kenly Cambridge University Press , 1989 Business Biographies, Innovation

At the beginning of this century, Du Pont opened two very different research laboratories. The highly structured, applied research conducted at Du Pont's Eastern Laboratory paid handsome dividends, though the results...

 
 
Managers Caught in the Crunch Jenks, James M. | Zevnik, Brian L. P. Franklin Watts , 1989 Human Resources, Management, Personal Growth

Prior to 1982, the position of most middle managers was very secure and nearly sacrosanct. Since then, however, thousands of managers have been dismissed. In fact, middle management seems targeted for termination and...

 
 
Is Korea the Next Japan? Kang, T. W. The Free Press , 1989 Global Business

Korea and Japan have many things in common: the same Oriental heritage, many traditional values, and a lack of useful land and natural resources. These characteristics make them more like each other than either beign...

 
 
Saatchi & Saatchi Kleinman, Philip NTC Business Books , 1989 Business Biographies, Marketing

The success of Saatchi & Saatchi has served as an example to other British companies. Three of the firm's achievements were especially imitated. First, the Saatchi’s successfully used the Stock Exchange to raise...

 
 
A Great Place to Work. Levering, Robert Random House , 1989 Human Resources, Personal Growth

Satisfied employees generally begin a description of their workplace by mentioning its unique or attractive benefits. Quickly, however, their comments turn to descriptions of the atmosphere, or feel, of the work...

 
 
The Endangered American Dream Luttwak, Edward N. Simon & Schuster, Inc. , 1993 Economics & Finance, Major Works, Productivity

An in-depth analysis of the U.S. political and economic climate over the past two decades. Drawing from an array of studies, Luttwak reveals the root causes of America ’s declining standard of living, the decay of U.S...

 
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