English | 132 pages | OCR PDF | 52.50 Mb
Harvard Business Review is a general management magazine published since 1922 by Harvard Business School Publishing, owned by the Harvard Business School. A monthly research-based magazine written for business practitioners, it claims a high ranking business readership among academics, executives, and management consultants.
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Business Process Management BPM 100 Success Secrets, 100 Most Asked Questions on BPM Implementation, Process, Software, Tools and Solutions
Publisher: Emereo Pty Ltd 2008-02-17 | 152 Pages | ISBN: 0980485266 | PDF | 12 MB
There has never been a Business Process Management manual like this. 100 Success Secrets is not about the ins and outs of Business Process Management. Instead, it answers the top 100 questions that we are asked and those we come across in forums, our consultancy and education programs. It tells you exactly how to deal with those questions, with tips that have never before been offered in print. This book is also not about Business Process Management's best practice and standards details. Instead, it introduces everything you want to know to be successful with Business Process Management.
|Twitter - Free Social Networking For Business (100 Success Secrets To Increase Your Profits and Sale)|
Twitter: Free Social Networking For Business - 100 Success Secrets To Increase Your Profits and Sales Using Twitter Business Strategies
Emereo Pty Ltd | ISBN-10: 1921523999 | November 3, 2008 | 156 pages | PDF | 11 Mb
"It's one of the fastest-growing phenomena on the Internet." - New York Times
Twitter Tools To Enhance Your Business - Discover Free Twitter Tools That Will Help Boost Your Website's Traffic & Sales Dramatically.
Many companies are using Twitter in innovative ways. Dell has sold over $500K in products via twitter. Zappos is forging stronger relationships with its customers on Twitter. It has over 100 of its employees actively using twitter including its president. Comcast, HR Block, Southwest Air and other progressive companies are using Twitter to improve customer service.
Mzinga has had`press conferences online via twitter. The list of smart companies on Twitter goes on and on.
Twitter is a free social networking and micro-blogging service that allows its users to send and read other users' updates.
How can you use Twitter for business? In this book, you'll discover free Twitter tools you can use to help you to not only boost your websites' traffic but also your income. It covers what these tools are, but also how you can make use of these tools to gain an edge over your competitors.
Twitter is one of the prominent social networking sites that allows you to connect with people around the world with similar interests and/or To Enhance Your Business - dramatically faster then other social networking sites like Facebook, MySpace, Friendster, etc.
Similar to other social networking sites, you can sign up as a member of Twitter for free (and you can do so in less than 30 seconds as there are only 3 fields you need to enter in the sign-up page - your username, password and email address) and you can start using Twitter instantly.
This book covers ways to use Twitter to Share Ideas, Show Repect, Engage Customers, Build your brand and Provide Customer Service.
Learn How To:
* Get more people to follow you on Twitter - increasing your followers creates momentum
* Have fun and let your personality shine because you are really conneting with people - not trying to slam "traffic" into "conversions"
* Accelerate your presence on ALL your social networking sites and reap the benefits of more visitors.
* Create a real business online by using these 100 Success Secrets.
* Meet, connect with, and share ideas with other smart Tweeters. Follow and be followed and watch how these superstars take their business to the next level.
* Use Twitter to start making money ON PURPOSE instead of by accident. This book will not only help you sharpen your business path - it will demand that you use the power of your laser focus to get results.
Navigate fractions, decimals, and percents in business and real estate transactions, and take fancy math skills to work. You’ll be able to read graphs and tables and apply statistics and data analysis. You’ll discover ways you can use math in finance and payroll investments, banking and payroll, goods and services, and business facilities and operations. You’ll learn how to calculate discounts and markup, use loans and credit, and understand the ins and outs of math for business facilities and operations. You’ll be the company math whiz in no time at all! Find out how to:
* Read graphs and tables
* Invest in the future
* Use loans and credit
* Navigate bank accounts, insurance, budgets, and payroll
* Calculate discounts and markup
* Measure properties and handle mortgages and loans
* Manage rental and commercial properties
Complete with lists of ten math shortcuts to do in meetings and drive your coworkers nuts and ten tips for reading annual reports, Business MathFor Dummies is your one-stop guide to solving math problems in business situations.
The Big Book of Small Business
The Big Book of Small Business: You Don't Have to Run Your Business by the Seat of Your Pants
Publisher: Collins Business | ISBN: 0061206695 | edition 2007 | PDF | 448 pages | 12 mb
Your shoes are charred from stomping out brush fires. You have nightmares about UFOs--Unreachable Financial Objectives. All-star interviewees turn into duds. Meetings cause more problems than they solve. The office is a ghost town at 5:01 p.m. Does this sound familiar?
Tom Gegax knows what that is like. Years after running his Tires Plus franchise by the seat of his pants, blissfully unaware of how little he knew about getting the most out of people and managing a world-class organization, Tom was faced with a cancer diagnosis and a business at the brink of disaster.
Resolved to change things around, he improved his mental clarity, health, and relationships and noticed that the more he profited on a personal level, the more his company profited. Tires Plus grew into a $200 million business with 150 upscale locations. He had learned the first lesson in Enlightened Leadership 101: Focus on the well-being of your employees and customers--as well as your own--and success will follow naturally.
Business The Richard Branson Way
Des Dearlove | Capstone | ISBN: 1841127647 | 3 edition (April 27, 2007) | 188 pages | PDF | 1 Mb
In many ways, Richard Branson and his company the Virgin Group are unique. In an era dominated by strategists, Branson is an opportunist with an uncanny knack of sniffing out great deals where others hesitate or fear to tread. Never before has a single brand been so successfully deployed across such a diverse range of goods and services. Branson is the ultimate brand builder.
So how does he do it? Now bought completely up to date for this new edition, Business the Richard Branson Way, not only reveals the secrets of Branson’s remarkable success but also draws out the universal lessons and identifies strategies that can be applied to any business or career. From picking on someone bigger than you to moving faster than a speeding bullet, and from making work fun to keeping the common touch, you have in your hands the secrets of phenomenal success.