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Why Games Are Good For Business

Author : Helen Routledge
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By tapping into the same psychology that keeps gamers glued to Minecraft or World of Warcraft, innovative organizations are creating their own engaging and flexible learning experiences. They're called Serious Games. This is a practical toolkit for those who want to learn about more serious games and how to apply them in the workplace.

Evaluation of the Administration s 1978 Small Business Tax Proposals and Other Alternatives

Author : United States. Congress. Senate. Select Committee on Small Business
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Proceedings Seventeenth Annual Convention of Rotary International

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Macao Business and Investment Opportunities Yearbook Volume 2 Gaming Industry Strategic Information Regulations Opportunities

Author : IBP. Inc.
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Macao Business and Investment Opportunities Yearbook Volume 2 Leading Export-Import, Business, Investment Opportunities and Projects

Games At Work

Author : Mauricio Goldstein
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"This isn't a theoretical study of game playing or a psychological treatise on the deeper needs being met by engaging in these activities. Instead, it is a practical guide to the world of organizational games, providing examples and analysis of the most common games played within teams and other groups as well as advice about the best ways to manage these games"--Introd.

International Gaming Wagering Business

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Corporate Common Sense

Author : Thomas J Wurtz
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In 1776, an American patriot, Thomas Paine, authored a revolutionary document titled, COMMON SENSE, that stirred his fellow countrymen to fight for independence. Over 200 years later, corporate America is suffering at the hands of weak and often insane leadership. If you're tired of your company's weak leadership and ridiculous gimmicks, this book is a must read for you. Many once proud institutions in America have been socialized: Media Education Government And now, corporate America is signing on to a socialistic leadership strategy. If you believe corporate America is on the wrong path, I urge you to join the Eagle Nation and fight for a return to COMMON SENSE leadership. The following three lessons from the book illustrates Wurtz's pursuit of COMMON SENSE leadership: Discipline Like Momma Would Diversity Training - Adults Attending Kindergarten The Noble Pursuit of Extreme Profits In 1776, Thomas Paine proclaimed, "If there must be trouble, let it be in my day, that my child may have peace." It's time to attack corporate insanity. It's what patriots do! I hope you will join us!

The Self Destructive Habits of Good Companies

Author : Jagdish N. Sheth
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Why do so many good companies engage in self-destructive behavior? This book identifies seven dangerous habits even well-run companies fall victim to–and helps you diagnose and break these habits before they destroy you. Through case studies from some of yesterday’s most widely praised corporate icons, you’ll learn how companies slip into “addiction” and slide off the rails...why some never turn around...and how others achieve powerful turnarounds, moving on to unprecedented levels of success. You’ll learn how an obsession with volume leads inexorably to rising costs and falling margins...how companies fall victim to denial, myth, ritual, and orthodoxy... how they start wasting vital energy on culture confl ict and turf wars...how they blind themselves to emerging competition...how they become arrogant, complacent, and far too dependent on their traditional competences. Most important, you’ll find specific, detailed techniques for “curing”–or, better yet, preventing–every one of these self-destructive habits. The “cocoon” of denial Find it, admit it, assess it, and escape it The stigma of arrogance Escape this fault that “breeds in a dark, closed room” The virus of complacency Six warning signs and five solutions The curse of incumbency Stop your core competencies from blinding you to new opportunities The threat of myopia Widen your view of your competitors–and the dangers they pose The obsession of volume Get beyond “rising volumes and shrinking margins” The territorial impulse Break down the silos, factions, fiefdoms, and ivory towers

Start Up a Business Digital Book Set

Author : Bill Aulet
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Business Innovation and ICT Strategies

Author : Sriram Birudavolu
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This book investigates the real process of unleashing the power of Information and Communications Technology (ICT) through Open Innovation and strategic choices. It covers the most important aspects of ICT in a nutshell and details the road to the future through business innovation. ICT, of which telecom and IT constitute the core, is currently permeating and transforming every sphere of life, ranging from commerce, manufacturing, education and healthcare, to agriculture, banking, governance, media and entertainment. Today, telecommunication and ICT, in general, are essential to a country’s economic development and competitiveness as recognized both by the World Bank and the Asian Development Bank. Due to the powerful, disruptive and rapid forces unleashed by ICT tsunami, organisations not only struggle to harness the potential of ICT but can also be overwhelmed by the changes, complexity, competition and regulatory environment it brings up. This book provides a clue to organisations on how to sustain and succeed by leveraging ICT in absence of extensive in-house expertise across the breadth and depth of these areas. The driving theme of the book is about opening up organizational and business models, by presenting an integrated roadmap to a future with ICT, by co-opting, cooperating and competing with other organisations. Constructing the right strategy and building the necessary social capital for open innovation through collaboration with partners, government, academia and users (Quadruple Helix Model) are essential steps in such a process.