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Challenges and Opportunities with Optimal HR Decision Making and How Advanced Analytics Can Help
By James C. Sesil
Sep 23, 2013
James C. Sesil introduces his book, which explains how to dramatically improve human capital management decisions by applying advanced analytics and "Big Data" technologies and processes.
Changing the Game: How Video Games Are Transforming the Future of Business
By David Edery, Ethan Mollick
Oct 28, 2008
Companies of all shapes and sizes have begun to use games to revolutionize the way they interact with customers and employees. The authors of "Changing the Game: How Video Games Are Transforming the Future of Business" discuss how games and marketing have become a powerful combination in this introduction to their book.
Charting the Markets Using Technical Analysis: Required Background
By Michael N. Kahn
Aug 11, 2006
Before you jump right into learning technical analysis, it's a good idea to understand some broad concepts. This chapter will give you the background you need to get started with technical analysis.
Cherish Your Whistle-Blowers—A Bittersweet Challenge of Leadership
By Drea Zigarmi
Dec 21, 2007
Dr. Drea Zigarmi highlights the business need for appreciating whistle-blowers and offers steps that organizations can take to create a fair and just workplace.
City of Dust: Illness, Arrogance, and 9/11
By Anthony DePalma
Jun 30, 2010
In this introduction to his book, Anthony DePalma goes beyond his front-page coverage of ground zero, offering the first full accounting of one of the gravest environmental catastrophes in U.S. history.
Commodities: Why, Which and When?
By George Kleinman
May 20, 2013
George Kleinman offers insights into why commodity demand will continue to rise, and his picks for the most promising commodities to keep your eye on.
Company Reputations: Who's Tops—and Who's Not?
By Charles J. Fombrun, Cees B. M. Van Riel
Oct 10, 2003
If you were asked to name two or three companies that you most respect, trust, and admire, which companies would you put on your short list? Charles Fombrun and Cees Van Riel explain why company reputation is so important.
Competing in a Flat World: The Orchestration Imperative
By Victor K. Fung, William K. Fung, Yoram (Jerry) Wind
Nov 9, 2007
Learn how to succeed in this flat world--not just how to build better supply chains, but how to build competencies in network orchestration and change the shape of your thinking, strategies, and organizations to embrace this flatter world.
Core Values Can Be Strategic: How the Basic Values of Procter & Gamble Transformed Leadership at Fortune 500 Companies
By Rick Tocquigny
Jan 16, 2012
Rick Tocquigny introduces his book, which explores the stories of individuals who experienced an uncommon sculpturing of their leadership skills and strategies through core values that the 175-year-old Procter & Gamble Company instilled within them.
Costly Neglect
By Jim Champy
Aug 20, 2008
Companies are not paying enough attention to process and people change. What can be done to rectify this?
Members OnlyCouples and Money
By Liz Pulliam Weston
Feb 29, 2008
Finances don't have to be a strain on your relationship. Liz Pulliam Weston gives some tips on creating a system for handling your money, jointly and/or separately, that works for both of you right now. Exclusive excerpt! Site membership required to view.
Crapshoot Investing: How Tech-Savvy Traders and Clueless Regulators Turned the Stock Market into a Casino
By Jim McTague
Apr 6, 2011
Equity markets are now high-speed casinos rigged against individual investors. Now, Jim McTague reveals the twin causes: high-frequency traders and blundering regulators.
Create a Personally, Professionally, and Financially Rewarding Career Doing What You Love
By Paula Caligiuri
Mar 24, 2010
With the downturn in the economy, the elimination of jobs, and the increased desire for work-life balance, people are looking for more stability, greater fulfillment, and increased satisfaction from work. Are you?
Creating a Living Endowment for Ensuring Performance
By Richard C. Gillespie, Gene E. Fusch
Jun 13, 2012
Richard C. Gillespie and Gene E. Fusch introduce their book, which describes techniques to create a workplace where members of an organization continuously strive for performance improvement. Creating such a workplace often leads to dynamic leadership, empowerment, personal ownership, and a place where people want to be every day.
Creating a Proposal for Raising Venture Capital
By Laura Gladstone, David Gladstone
May 6, 2005
Most investment officers worth their salt won't meet with a potential business until they've seen a business proposal. This chapter will help you put together a winning business proposal that will have investors falling at your feet.
Creating and Growing Real Estate Wealth: The Starting Line
By William J. Poorvu
Mar 21, 2008
Is real estate a good personal fit for you?
Creative Intelligence, Leadership, and the Challenge of the Future
By Alan J. Rowe
May 28, 2004
It is creative leaders and employees who introduce positive change and make quantum leaps forward in creating new products and processes. Alan Rowe explains how and why creativity should be encouraged within organizations.
Cross-Channel Optimization: A Strategic Roadmap for Multichannel Retailers
By IBM Business Consulting Services
Mar 31, 2006
A new, superior retailing model is emerging. This model provides the retailer with powerful new capabilities based on cross-channel optimization. It is not simply about executing the same activities in multiple, separate channels. Nor does it focus simply on integrating or synchronizing channels to support cross-channel shopping. Instead, it requires a systematic approach to exploit the strengths of one channel to complement the relative weaknesses of other channels.
Crossing the Energy Divide: Recapturing Lost Energy
By Robert U. Ayres, Edward H. Ayres
Jan 6, 2009
Learn why recycling waste-energy streams from industrial uses of fossil fuels is the key to energy independence.
By Sherry Seethaler
Feb 9, 2010
The ever-curious Sherry Seethaler explains how she went from worrying about her pet toad causing warts, to understanding how people learn science.

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