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The Future of Sales

Author : John Asher
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From bestselling author John Asher comes a breakthrough guide on how to connect with the burnt out buyer using both new iterations of his proven neuroscience sales techniques as well as groundbreaking techniques to address the new business landscape. Focusing on both internal and external variables, The Future of Sales explores how to make a sale, grow your company, and comfort your client in times of uncertainty and change. Using the same scientific strategies that John Asher and his team created to break down The Neuroscience of Selling, The Future of Sales arms readers with techniques that are proven to once again explore the way that buyers buy, instinctually, so you can make a sale... this time exploring sales in times of great change, companies in crisis, and buyers who are in new (virtual) environments.

A Path to Future Sales Success

Author : John Means RHU
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A complete guide of how to go from novice to number one sales person with ideas proven over 40+ years by using a number one leading sales person’s successful systems.

The Future of the BBC

Author : Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. National Heritage Committee
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Federal Register

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Edexcel Business A Level Year 2

Author : Ian Marcouse
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Exam Board: Edexcel Level: AS/A-level Subject: Business First Teaching: September 2015 First Exam: June 2017 Topics are broken down to short, clear chapters, that are all structured in the same way, so students can build their understanding with ease. - Covers each syllabus area in the detail you need, with exercises that have enough depth and variety to give full class and homework coverage - Brings the business world into the classroom with real examples used extensively throughout the text, in extra cases and in end-of-chapter exercises - Features to help reinforce student understanding - in every chapter there's Real Business, an Evaluation and Logic Chain, but also the brand new '5 Whys and a How' which will help students tackle exam questions

ACCA P3 Business Analysis

Author : BPP Learning Media
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BPP Learning Media is an ACCA Approved Content Provider. Our partnership with ACCA means that our Study Texts, Practice & Revision Kits and iPass (for CBE papers only) are subject to a thorough ACCA examining team review. Our suite of study tools will provide you with all the accurate and up-to-date material you need for exam success.

Human Centered Management in Executive Education

Author : Maria-Teresa Lepeley
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Human Centered Management in Executive Education provides a comprehensive insight on innovation in Executive Education with a unique global scope. The book integrates studies and experiences of 32 distinguished scholars from 15 countries who are working in the development of theories and practices to advance the human centered management paradigm, sustainability-based quality standards and continuous improvement in education. The discussion presents a well-balanced outlook that combines and contrasts research and programs from 16 developed and 16 developing countries, and the visions of 10 female and 22 male authors from North America, South America, Europe, Asia, the Middle East and Africa.

Cold War at 30 000 Feet

Author : Jeffrey A. Engel
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In a gripping story of international power and deception, Jeffrey Engel reveals the “special relationship” between the United States and Great Britain in a new and far more competitive light. As allies, they fought communism. As rivals, they locked horns over which would lead the Cold War fight. In the quest for sovereignty and hegemony, one important key was airpower, which created jobs, forged ties with the developing world, and, perhaps most importantly in a nuclear world, ensured military superiority. Only the United States and Britain were capable of supplying the post-war world’s ravenous appetite for aircraft. The Americans hoped to use this dominance as a bludgeon not only against the Soviets and Chinese, but also against any ally that deviated from Washington’s rigid brand of anticommunism. Eager to repair an economy shattered by war and never as committed to unflinching anticommunism as their American allies, the British hoped to sell planes even beyond the Iron Curtain, reaping profits, improving East-West relations, and garnering the strength to withstand American hegemony. Engel traces the bitter fights between these intimate allies from Europe to Latin America to Asia as each sought control over the sale of aircraft and technology throughout the world. The Anglo–American competition for aviation supremacy affected the global balance of power and the fates of developing nations such as India, Pakistan, and China. But without aviation, Engel argues, Britain would never have had the strength to function as a brake upon American power, the way trusted allies should.

Engineering Project Management

Author : Neil G. Siegel
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A hands-on guide for creating a winning engineering project Engineering Project Management is a practical, step-by-step guide to project management for engineers. The author – a successful, long-time practicing engineering project manager – describes the techniques and strategies for creating a successful engineering project. The book introduces engineering projects and their management, and then proceeds stage-by-stage through the engineering life-cycle project, from requirements, implementation, to phase-out. The book offers information for understanding the needs of the end user of a product and other stakeholders associated with a project, and is full of techniques based on real, hands-on management of engineering projects. The book starts by explaining how we perform the actual engineering on projects; the techniques for project management contained in the rest of the book use those engineering methods to create superior management techniques. Every topic – from developing a work-breakdown structure and an effective project plan, to creating credible predictions for schedules and costs, through monitoring the progress of your engineering project – is infused with actual engineering techniques, thereby vastly increasing the effectivity and credibility of those management techniques. The book also teaches you how to draw the right conclusions from numeric data and calculations, avoiding the mistakes that often cause managers to make incorrect decisions. The book also provides valuable insight about what the author calls the social aspects of engineering project management: aligning and motivating people, interacting successfully with your stakeholders, and many other important people-oriented topics. The book ends with a section on ethics in engineering. This important book: Offers a hands-on guide for developing and implementing a project management plan Includes background information, strategies, and techniques on project management designed for engineers Takes an easy-to-understand, step-by-step approach to project management Contains ideas for launching a project, managing large amount of software, and tips for ending a project Structured to support both undergraduate and graduate courses in engineering project management, Engineering Project Management is an essential guide for managing a successful project from the idea phase to the completion of the project.


Author : Prabhu TL
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No business operates itself. No one person can manage every aspect either. Business and Management are the disciplines devoted to organizing, analyzing, and planning various types of business operations. And if that sounds really general, that’s just because these Book cover a lot of ground! These concepts given in this book teach the fundamental skills that are required to efficiently run or manage a business. So, whether you want to work for a large corporation, or in a mom-and-pop shop, you can be confident that a topic in this Business and Management book will teach you the skills and theory you need for a successful career. A manager keeps the day-to-day business operations running smoothly. They may write departmental procedures, conduct performance evaluations, and train new staff. Some make hiring—and firing—decisions. Managers set budgets, evaluate new technologies, and mentor their employees. Maybe you have the entrepreneurial spirit and want to try your hand at building the next Facebook. Experience goes a long way, but if you combine that with an entrepreneurship degree, you’ll be well equipped to set off on your own. However you choose to pursue either business or management, you want to make sure that you’re choosing a career that fits your unique skills. The possible job titles for Business and Management majors are practically unlimited. They range from financial managers, who use their mathematical skills to generate financial forecasts, to marketing managers, who draw upon their creativity to manage advertising and sales efforts. This Book Business and Management,splitted in to Five parts This is the Fifth part in the series each part covers 10 Subject Matters ,Subjects covered in this Fifth part are given below : KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT MANAGING THE MANAGER MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM INNOVATION CREATIVITY ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT RELIABILITY FOR ENGINEERS SALES FORECASTING PUBLIC LIBRARY MANAGEMENT MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS This Business and Management Book will prepare you for a variety of different possible career paths – and with a degree in this field, you’ll always be in demand. That’s because the skills you’ll gain in this Business and Management Book are extremely transferrable, which means that they will be useful in many different industries. That gives you an amazing amount of flexibility if you decide that you want to shift to a different industry or role. You’ll also have great earning potential with the knowledge gained through this book, especially if you complete a graduate program at a top school. Working in finance or as a chief executive, you could even end up taking home a six-figure salary with potential knowledge of Business and Management! Future of Business & Management Like many other fields, Business and Management is feeling the impact of technological advances. With big data and artificial intelligence allowing many tasks to be automated, the nature of business is changing every day. You’ll learn how to use and apply useful business concepts, tools and terminology whilst exploring four key aspects of business management: managing money, managing people, managing information, and - most importantly – managing and understanding yourself. You’ll learn to communicate professionally in common business situations. You’ll reflect on your own management and leadership style and consider the concepts of success, sustainability, and social responsibility.