- A must-have book for managers of all levels, and team and project leaders, in large and small companies.
- Innovation and change are key advantages to develop in business today.
- Based on the author‚Äôs real-world, practical experience ‚Äď provides tools, strategies and know-how.
- Extensive business PR and social media campaign on release of book ‚Äď author is an excellent self-promoter.
- Publisher: LID¬†Publishing
- FORMAT:¬†234 x 156mm
- Bookbinding: Paperback w/flaps
- Number of pages: 256pp
Moe Glenner is an experienced senior manager in the supply and logistics sector with Global Logistics for Steel Warehouse (a $2-billion company). He is much in demand as a consultant in creativity and keynote speaker.
The art of turning uncertainty into opportunityAuthors:¬†Steven D‚ÄôSouza and Diana Renner
In order to thrive in worrying times,¬†this fascinating book proposes we¬†head, uncomfortably, towards the¬†unknown, rather than away from it.¬†By developing a unique relationship¬†with Not Knowing we discover a new¬†way of living, working and succeeding¬†in our modern world.
This book re-frames the concept of Not¬†Knowing, from being in a fearful place¬†of weakness and ignorance, moving¬†to something we must engage with¬†personally. It introduces us to a new¬†paradigm, where Not Knowing becomes¬†an exciting opportunity, where we are¬†no longer limited by what we already¬†know and our habitual reactions tothings that life throws at us, so that¬†deeper knowing can emerge, full of ¬†rich possibilities and wisdom.
HOW THE FUTURE¬†CAN BE WONAuthor:¬†Lars Tvede
Human creativity has been one of the¬†fundamental drivers of civilization¬†and progress ‚Äď solving immense¬†problems, creating opportunities¬†and overcoming enemies like no¬†other force. Often it has baffled its¬†skeptics by finding new and better¬†resources, unexpected environmental¬†technologies and genuinely amazing¬†products that no one had predicted.
However, like so many before¬†it, Western civilization is now¬†suffering from serious internal¬†decay with its bloated public sectors,¬†punitive taxes, over-regulation,¬†marginalized citizens, stagnation,¬†debt, unemployment and pessimism.
50 ways to generate ideas more effectivelyAuthor:¬†Kevin Duncan
Ideas are the fuel of business ‚Äď it only takes one good one to make a difference. Distilled into this single, handy-sized volume are 50 of the most useful diagrams and visual techniques, many of which are used by consultants, academics, MBA students and smart managers globally to help them think of and create great ideas.
Authors:¬†Brian Kalms and Oliver Freestone
In this collection of articles, Elix-IRR‚Äôs retail professionals¬†examine the fundamental changes brought about by the¬†digital consumer and the related shifts in the industry.¬†The articles discuss many of the challenges and opportunities¬†on which our clients seek our advice.
These are not only the fashionable issues of customer¬†insight and multichannel shopping, but also the challenges¬†which arise through organisational change, the drive for¬†supply chain efficiency and the transformation of IT from¬†a back office cost centre to the enabling mechanism for¬†customer interaction and loyalty.
Authors: Joachim Rene
This book provides an honest and critical evaluation of our current business philosophies and management values, and looks at what has gone wrong. JRZyla further provides seven practical solutions to help you restore meaning and a higher degree of personal happiness in management and business today.
This is the story of Illustrator and art director Ben Tallon‚Äôs journey from¬†his childhood hobby of drawing, to a freelance career working with the¬†world‚Äôs most glamorous clients in illustration, graphic design, music, lm¬†and television.