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Raising Money Merrill, Ronald E. | Nichols, Gaylord E. AMACOM , 1990 Economics & Finance

Investors demand solid, specific, quantitative facts in order to evaluate you as well as your venture. So, your first step in the money-raising process is to do your homework, which consists of answering Five Key...

 
 
Managing on the Edge Pascale, Richard Tanner Simon & Schuster , 1990 Management

It has become fashionable to accept ideas without in-depth knowledge of their underlying foundation and without any long-term commitment. Organizations need to move from the current either/or mindset to an and also...

 
 
Integrated Account Management Peck, Mark A. AMACOM , 1997 Economics & Finance, Marketing

Integrated Account Management presents a form of direct marketing that emphasizes a proactive, personal approach to managing customer relationships. It is considered by many as being the most effective...

 
 
Innovation Explosion Quinn, James Brian | Baruch, Jordan J. | Zien, Karen Anne The Free Press , 1997 Global Business, Innovation, Management

If nations and enterprises hope to be successful in future world competition, they must understand, integrate, and manage their intellectual, technological, and innovation resources in a dramatically different way....

 
 
Artful Work Richards, Dick Berrett-Koehler Publishers , 1995 Human Resources, Personal Growth

Issues that the business world now believes to be important, such as values, empowerment, service, quality, and environmental responsibility, are matters of feeling and spirit. Although most people acknowledge that...

 
 
Why Teams Don't Work Robbins, Harvey | Finley, Michael Peterson's/Pacesetter Books , 1995 Teams

We learn why the illusion of the team vehicle has created confusion, personality conflicts and slowed progress in Why Teams Don’t Work. The authors examine the team myth and offer practical tools and insights about...

 
 
HR from the Heart Sartain, Libby | Finney, Martha I. AMACOM , 2003 Human Resources, Leadership, Personal Growth

According to Sartain, talented human resource professionals can build rewarding careers that are consistent with their personal values while, simultaneously, growing world-class organizations and having a positive...

 
 
The End of the American Century Schlossszein, Steven Congdon & Weed , 1990 Major Works, Management

In order to lead in the 21st century, America must regain its competitive spirit by creating new strategic commercial, industrial, political, educational, and social policies--policies, which must constitute serious...

 
 
Managing Imitation Strategies Schnaars, Steven P. The Free Press , 1995 Innovation, Marketing

Managing Imitation Strategies expounds the different types of product imitations - their successes and failures. Although the evidence in favor of imitation is nearly endless, illustrating that...

 
 
The Lore and Legends of Wall Street Sharp, Robert M. Dow Jones-Irwin , 1989 Business Biographies, Leadership, Major Works

When the colonists arrived, the currency in place was wampum (or wampumpeage, meaning "white string") manufactured by the Iroquois Indians. Since the colonists traded with the Indians, they also adopted this system....

 
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