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The Female Advantage Helgesen, Sally Currency Doubleday , 1990 Diversity, Leadership, Management

As the world evolves, we need to understand what the world will be like as women come to have more and more impact in the public realm. Thus, The Female Advantage attempts to answer the small questions...

 
 
The Web of Inclusion Helgesen, Sally Doubleday/Currency , 1995 Diversity, Human Resources, Management

The Web of Inclusion stresses how companies are being challenged to reconfigure so they can take advantage of innovative technologies more effectively and be more responsive to vastly expanded markets. Organizations...

 
 
The Customer Is Usually Wrong Jandt, Fred E. Park Avenue Publications , 1995 Customer Focus

The Customer Is Usually Wrong doesn’t blame less than satisfactory service on the customer, but instead thinks an organization must determine what customers believe its service to be; create...

 
 
Gaishi Kang, T. W. Basic Books , 1991 Global Business, Management

In Gaishi, T.W. Kang presents new insight into the old problem of how to do business in Japan. The author explains the differences between Japanese and American business practices. He further explains...

 
 
Why Firms Succeed Kay, John Oxford University Press , 1995 Business Strategy

Whatever the criteria for success, everyone seems to point to the same companies, time and again, leading to the conclusion that the achievement of any company is measured by its ability to add value-to create an...

 
 
When Economics Means Business Kermally, Sultan Financial Times Pitman Publishing , 1999 Economics & Finance

Globalization, rapid technological change, and knowledge - the primary forces of the information age - have brought into serious question the propriety and value of traditional economics. When Economics Means...

 
 
Korean Dynasty Kirk, Donald M. E. Sharpe , 1994 Economics & Finance, Global Business

During the 1980s, America’s three leading business magazines began spreading the word of Korea’s rise. Donald Kirk uses Chung Ju Yung as a mirror to reflect and illuminate the unique Korean psyche and the idiosyncratic...

 
 
The Age of Heretics Kleiner, Art Currency Doubleday , 1996 Leadership

Through this historical journey, managers will discover the origins of their work and their thinking. They will also gain some understanding as to how today’s managerial theories and practices might influence the...

 
 
The Rice-Paper Ceiling Kopp, Rochelle Stone Bridge Press , 1994 Global Business, Management

The "rice-paper ceiling" is the phenomenon that frequently prevents non-Japanese employees from enjoying successful careers and rising to key managerial positions in Japanese firms. It is a combination of structural...

 
 
Innovation Kuczmarski, Thomas D. NTC Business Books , 1996 Innovation

Quizzes, checklists, techniques, tools, ideas, and positive perspectives help stimulate the understanding that innovation is not a set of activities or action steps, but a mindset and a way of life. It is a commonsense...

 
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