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The Essential Concepts of Purchasing and Supply Management
By CSCMP CSCMP, Wendy Tate
Jan 9, 2014
This chapter discusses the roles and objectives of procurement in an organization and in supply chain operations, describes the different types of spending and buying methods, and defines key terminology.
What Is Networking, and Is It Any Different for African Americans Than Anyone Else?
By N. Thompson, Michael Lawrence Faulkner, Andrea Nierenberg
Jan 3, 2014
The authors of Networking for Black Professionals explain what networking is, why networking works, and how it can work for you.
What Is Managerial Analytics?
By Michael Watson, Peter Cacioppi, Derek Nelson
Dec 24, 2013
The authors of Managerial Analytics explain how their book cuts through the confusion and gives you clear definitions of analytics and Big Data, and how you’ll get a look at this newly defined field so you will have a deep understanding of the term.
What You Will Learn from Disrupt Together: How Teams Consistently Innovate
By Stephen Spinelli, Heather McGowan
Dec 18, 2013
Stephen Spinelli explains the concept of his book, which is that interdisciplinary teams trained as design thinkers to look for problems and iteratively map solutions innovate more efficiently, effectively, and consistently than any individual or organizational construct.
Network Like You Mean It: Who Do You Know?
By Andrea Nierenberg
Dec 11, 2013
When you think long enough about the people you’ve connected with throughout your life, you’ll realize that you’re in a much better position than you might have originally thought.
The Challenge of Leading Strategic Change
By J. Stewart Black, Hal Gregersen
Dec 6, 2013
Organizations change only as much or as fast as individuals change. And, to change individual behavior, you must first change the mental maps guiding that behavior.
Analytics in Healthcare: An Overview of Provider, Payer, and Life Sciences Analytics
By Thomas H. Davenport, Dwight McNeill
Nov 26, 2013
The authors of Analytics in Healthcare and the Life Sciences explain that healthcare organizations have little choice but to embrace analytics. Their extensive use is the only way patients will receive effective care at an affordable cost.
FundaMENTAL W.E.A.L.T.H. Principles: My Story
By Clyde Anderson
Nov 18, 2013
Clyde Anderson shares his personal story of how he learned to foster a positive relationship with money and adopt a new mindset and perspective regarding the true benefits and rewards of successful financial management.
Foreword to Business Networking for Veterans: A Guidebook for a Successful Military Transition into the Civilian Workforce, 2nd Edition
By Mike Abrams, Michael Faulkner, Andrea Nierenberg
Nov 11, 2013
Kevin Schmiegel, executive director of Hiring Our Heroes, introduces the book, Business Networking for Veterans: A Guidebook for a Successful Military Transition into the Civilian Workforce, 2nd Edition.
Introduction to Business Networking for Veterans: What You Need to Know Before Transitioning
By Mike Abrams, Michael Faulkner, Andrea Nierenberg
Nov 11, 2013
If you network with people, do your research, ask questions, and make an informed decision about a career that you genuinely enjoy, regardless of the starting pay or job title, you’ll be a happier, harder working person.
Business Networking for Veterans: Why Networking Is So Important to Making a Successful Military Transition
By Mike Abrams, Michael Faulkner, Andrea Nierenberg
Nov 6, 2013
To be successful back here at home, you also need a squad of people who will have your back. The only difference is, back here at home, you have to create your own squad.
Introduction to Supply Chain Best Practices
By CSCMP CSCMP, Robert M. Frankel
Nov 4, 2013
The Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP) brings together state-of-the-art supply chain management case studies to help readers systematically identify challenges, evaluate solutions, plan implementation, and prepare for the future.
What Is Networking, and Is It Any Different for College Students Than Anyone Else?
By Michael Lawrence Faulkner, Andrea Nierenberg
Oct 9, 2013
The authors of Networking for Every College Student and Graduate: Starting Your Career Off Right introduce their book, which offers simple advice, rules, steps, and “how to” techniques that'll take you all the way from “breaking the ice” to “acing the interview.”
Why College Students Are at High Risk of Identity Theft
By Steve Weisman
Oct 3, 2013
College students are five times more likely to be a victim of identity theft than the general public. Identify theft expert Steve Weisman discusses why students are vulnerable and what they can do to protect themselves.
Understanding Change Management to Guide Implementation of Sustainability
By Kevin Wilhelm
Sep 30, 2013
Before attempting to implement sustainability across your company, it’s important that you first truly understand how your company and employees manage change within its operations, processes, and culture. Only after you have that understanding of behavior change can you break down barriers, engage the skeptics, and set your company on a path toward sustainability that will last for the long term.
Welcome to the New Normal of Talent Management
By William G. Castellano
Sep 25, 2013
Bill Castellano presents a comprehensive, innovative model of workforce engagement that responds to today’s new realities, and helps you anticipate tomorrow’s.
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.
Introduction to In Line Behind a Billion People: How Scarcity Will Define China's Ascent in the Next Decade
By Damien Ma, William Adams
Sep 18, 2013
The authors introduce their book, which explains that the crucial and intersecting challenges of scarcities, both emerging and intensifying, will consume China’s custodians over the next decade.
Using Critical Thinking in a World of Accelerating Change and Intensifying Danger
By Richard Paul, Linda Elder
Sep 16, 2013
The most fundamental concept of critical thinking is simple and intuitive: All humans think. It is our nature to do so. But much of our thinking, left to itself, is biased, distorted, partial, uninformed, or down-right prejudiced. Critical thinking begins, then, when we start thinking about our thinking with a view toward improving it.
The Natural Gas Revolution: To the Brink of Innovation
By Robert W. Kolb
Sep 12, 2013
Robert W. Kolb reveals how new gas resources are transforming the global energy industry, redistributing economic and geopolitical power in stunning ways.

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