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- Schlütersche Verlagsgesellschaft 2015; US$ 11.44
Wenn der MDK kommt, herrscht bei vielen stationären und ambulanten Pflegeeinrichtungen große Aufregung: Welche Mängel werden die Prüfer finden? Was steht hinterher im Bericht? Wie wird die Note ausfallen? more...
- Kogan Page 2005; US$ 39.95
In their rush to appeal to the 18 to 35 age group, marketers have largely ignored consumers in their 50s and beyond. In this compelling investigation, The 50-plus Market shows why marketers can no longer ignore the inevitable consequences of demographic and economic change. more...
- RDA Press, LLC 2013; US$ 18.99
In difficult times, debt can be a matter of life and death, happiness and despair. Controlling your debt can bring order and calm. Mastering debt can bring wealth and success. As bestselling Rich Dad/Poor Dad author Robert Kiyosaki says, Good debt makes you rich and bad debt makes you poor.? The ABCs of Getting Out of Debt provides the necessary... more...
- Kogan Page 2010; US$ 29.99
About Face is the new ground breaking book by best-selling author Dan Hill. Based on research using facial coding, eye tracking and cutting edge tools, as well as interviews and examples, it gives essential insights into how to make adverts more effective and emotionally engaging. more...
- HarperCollins 2014; US$ 15.99
Going against conventional marketing wisdom, Absolute Value reveals what really influences customers today and offers a new framework?the Influence Mix, a totally new way of thinking about consumer decision making and marketing, and about developing more effective business strategies. How people buy things has changed profoundly?yet the fundamental... more...
- Taylor and Francis 2006; US$ 54.95
The Active Consumer discusses how consumers seem to delight in trying new solutions and exploring new combinatory possibilities. This book provides an economic-theoretical understanding of this phenomenon and the many ways in which innovation can structure consumer choice. The authors show from different points of view how central novelty can be... more...
- Faber & Faber 2009; US$ 8.99
With the style and irreverence of Vice magazine and the critique of the corporatocracy that made Naomi Klein's No Logo a global hit, the cult magazine Stay Free! ?long considered the Adbusters of the United States?is finally offering a compendium of new and previously published material on the impact of consumer culture on our lives. The book... more...
- North Loop Books 2016; US$ 9.99
Todays millennial is tomorrows buyer. Millennial customers are more informedand skeptical, and their way of buyingis completely different than Gen Xers and Baby Boomers. This means that sellersmust adaptor risk being left behind. InAdapt or Fail, top sales executive Michael Nick teaches you how to: Identify and communicate... more...
- Taylor and Francis 2016; US$ 160.00
A striking characteristic of addictive behavior is the pursuit of immediate reward at the risk of longer-term detrimental outcomes. It is typically accompanied by the expression of a strong desire to cease from or at least control consumption that has such consequences, followed by lapse, further resolution, relapse, and so on. Understood in this... more...
- Emerald Group Publishing Limited 2008; US$ 104.99
Presents answers to the following questions: how do tourists go about seeking high novelty and yet return to the same destination? How do some firms in the same industry end up embracing industrial tourism while other firms reject such business models? Ho more...