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- Free Press 1994; US$ 20.95
Building on lecture notes from his acclaimed course at Stanford University, James March provides a brilliant introduction to decision making, a central human activity fundamental to individual, group, organizational, and societal life. March draws on research from all the disciplines of social and behavioral science to show decision making in its broadest... more...
- McGraw-Hill Education 2007; US$ 19.95
The Essential Wooden --more leadership lessons from the Wooden playbook The Essential Wooden is the ultimate collection of Wooden?s opinions and observations on achieving exceptional leadership in any organization, with 200 invaluable lessons for inspiring championship performance. Coach Wooden offers his hard-won wisdom on building an... more...
- McGraw-Hill Education 2006; US$ 24.95
Should you sweat the small stuff? Absolutely, says Stephen Young-especially when it comes to those critical behaviors that can make or break performance. The reason is simple: no matter what you think you're saying, your words, gestures, and tone of voice can actually communicate something entirely different. Too often, negative micromessages... more...
- Berrett-Koehler Publishers 2009; US$ 19.95
An inspired and practical approach to developing the innate power of groups to make wise, compassionate, and creative decisions ? Based on nine years of research involving scores of participants ? Includes real-life examples and specific practices to help readers understand and cultivate collective wisdom and avoid collective folly If we... more...
- ABD Publishers 2009; US$ 95.00
Attempting to identify and then manage threats that could severely impact or bring down the organisation is known as risk management. Generally, this involves reviewing operations of the organisation, identifying potential threats and the likelihood of their occurrence and then taking appropriate actions to address the most likely threats. Explaining... more...
- Random House 2011; US$ 14.38
We all make decisions every day. Most of them are pretty straightforward, but every so often there are some really tough calls. In business the choices that executives are sometimes faced with can make the difference between acclaimed success and ongoing prosperity, and failure and financial disaster. In Tough Calls , leading businessman... more...
- Oxford University Press, USA 2000; US$ 30.99
When The Knowledge-Creating Company (OUP; nearly 40,000 copies sold) appeared, it was hailed as a landmark work in the field of knowledge management. Now, Enabling Knowledge Creation ventures even further into this all-important territory, showing how firms can generate and nurture ideas by using the concepts introduced in the first book. Weaving together... more...
- Ebury Publishing 2011; US$ 15.98
Traditional thinking habits of businesses need to be greatly improved. Analysis and judgement are no longer enough to make important corporate decisions; you can analyse the past but you have to design the future. Corporate decisions depend on values. Disputes and conflicts often arise because of a clash of those values; each party in the dispute... more...
- Oxford University Press 2007; US$ 48.99
With the rise of the knowledge economy, the knowledge content of goods and services is going up just as their material content is declining. Economic value is increasingly seen to reside in the former - that is, in intangible assets - rather than in the latter. Yet we keep wanting to turn knowledge back into something tangible, something with definite... more...