This is not a book of good ideas. This is a book of timeless principles used by successful men and women throughout history. I have studied these success principles for over 30 years and have applied them to my own life. The phenomenal
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Alexander and Sadiku's fifth edition of Fundamentals of Electric Circuits continues in the spirit of its successful previous editions, with the objective of presenting circuit analysis in a manner that is clearer, more interesting, and easier to understand than other, more traditional texts.
Chapter 13 "Supply chain management", after studying this chapter you will be able to: Introduce the concept of a firm’s supply chain and show how it has evolved over time to its present status, identify current trends that are affecting the characteristics of a supply chain, present the requirements necessary for a successful supply chain,...
Every student of finance or applied economics learns the lessons of Franco Modigliani and Merton Miller. Their landmark paper, published in 1958, laid out the basic underpinnings of modern finance and these two distinguished academics were both subsequently awarded the Nobel Prize in Economics. Simply stated, companies create value when they generate returns that exceed their costs. More specifically, the returns of successful companies will exceed the risk-adjusted cost of the capital used to run the business.
Can you learn to be a good leader by playing golf? Believe it or
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(BQ) With the success of its previous editions, Principles of Real Analysis, Third Edition, continues to introduce students to the fundamentals of the theory of measure and functional analysis. In this thorough update, the authors have included a new chapter on Hilbert spaces as well as integrating over 150 new exercises throughout. The new edition covers the basic theory of integration in a clear, well-organized manner, using an imaginative and highly practical synthesis of the "Daniell Method" and the measure theoretic approach.
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Figure 1: Intuitive illustration of a variety of successive tokens and a word boundary mentation by formalizing the uncertainty of successive tokens via the branching entropy (which we mathematically de ne in the next section). Our intention in this paper is above all to study the fundamental and scienti c statistical property underlying language data, so that it can be applied to language engineering. The above assumption (A) dates back to the fundamental work done by Harris (Harris, 1955), where he says that when the number of di erent tokens coming after every pre x of a word marks...
Chapter 14 "Just-in-time systems", after studying this chapter you will be able to: Introduce the underlying concepts of JIT and there Japanese approach to improving productivity; identify the differences between Japanese and U.S. companies with respect to implementing JIT, and explore why these differences exist; identify the various elements that need to be included to successfully implement JIT within an organization;...
CHAPTER 5 Technical Analysis 5.1. The Fundamentals Of Technical Analysis. Technical analysis is appointed to analyze market movement (the movement of prices, volumes and open interests) using the information obtained for a past time.
This is an essential guide to success for anyone attending a job interview. Although it is fundamental to getting any job, the interview is still an experience most professionals dread. The fears of losing face, drying up and ultimately failing to get the job can lead to nervousness and low confidence. In this book, Jenny Rogers offers practical advice on research and preparation, giving guidance on how to behave during the whole selection process and present your skills and experience in a relevant manner.
The digital economy—defined by the changing characteristics of information,
computing, and communications—is now the preeminent driver
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these fundamental transformations, we can make wiser decisions—whether
we are investing in research, products, or services, or are adapting our
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Welcome to the second edition of Co-Active Coaching. It is an extraordinary
experience to look back and see how much the world of coaching
has changed in just a few short years. Back in 1998 when the first edition
was published, if you told people you were a coach, their automatic
response would likely have been, “Oh? What sport?” Today, the
profession of coaching as we know it is widespread, familiar to most,
and growing continuously. In our view, it is the demand and desire for
coaching that is pulling the profession ever more deeply into the world.
Managing Successful IT Outsourcing Relationships is a comprehensive guide on all the aspects of IT outsourcing, and is highly recommended for practitioners, researchers, policy makers and consultants alike. This book uses well-known theoretical perspectives and experiences learned from several business cases to develop models and guidelines for the complex IT outsourcing process and emerging relationships.
Success in any enterprise depends on the interaction of tal-
ented, energetic people. We believe office furniture should
encourage this interaction by enabling the easy exchange of
ideas and information. Monolithic work cells dominated by
unmovable desks and hulking overhead storage can debili-
tate the office landscape and limit the effectiveness of the
people who must work in them.
Hence, there is an imperative need to re-engineer Pakistan’s dairy industry; both at farm and processor
level. This paper seeks to investigate the tools that could bring about such change. We believe achieving
the strategic change outlined in this paper for the dairy industry may prove challenging for at least some
Pollution control policy is fundamental for our analysis. In 1982 the central
government imposed a system of levies on air pollutants, on total wastewater, and on the
concentrations of three pollutants contained in wastewater: total suspended solids,
chemical oxygen demand, and other solids. The first two are characteristic of the paper
industry. The levy rates were reassessed in 1989 and increased in 1992. Wang et al.
(1996) examined the effect of these charges on the effluents on the general
manufacturing sector. They found the expected emission-reducing effect.