How we shop and why we buy
- Publisher: LIDÂ Publishing
- ISBN:Â 978â1â907794â18â6
- FORMAT:Â 234 x 156mm
- Bookbinding: Hardback
- Number of pages:Â 256
This is the story of Illustrator and art director Ben Tallonâs journey fromÂ his childhood hobby of drawing, to a freelance career working with theÂ worldâs most glamorous clients in illustration, graphic design, music, lmÂ and television.
Managing People and Organizations in Turbulent TimesAuthors:Â Lukas Michel andÂ ThomasÂ Kupferschmied This book will help managers toÂ gain a better perspective of theirÂ businesses and key activities and itÂ will be a valuable tool for managingÂ companies and people in these everchangingÂ and turbulent times.
The seven-and-a-half principles for winning bids, tenders and propsalsAuthor:Â Scott Keyser These days, most companies find themselves having to tender or bid for new contracts and clients. Itâs now part of the business landscape - companies simply have to be good at tendering and pitching if they are going to have any chance of getting new business and clients. This book, written by one of the leading consultants and trainers in competitive business tendering, provides the key principles for winning bids, tenders and proposals. Savvy and practical, the principles are based on the authorâs extensive consulting experience with large and small companies, helping them to win big-ticket, âmust-winâ contracts (with a success rate of 86%!). These essential principles apply to any company, in all sectors, which are seeking to improve their new-business win rate.
Written by one of the world s leading business coaches, this book provides authoritative and proven guidance and techniques for managers, executives, or indeed coaches, who want to bring out the full potential of their employees and clients through coaching. Individual performance is a cornerstone of corporate performance and the need to achieve more productivity or innovation from fewer is becoming increasingly vital. Coaching is a demonstrably successful approach to helping individuals perform to higher levels. This book aims to develop managers and executives into great coaches, who can transform the performance of individuals and teams in their organizations.E-Book Version
A simple approach to become more productiveAuthors: Ben Elijah The pressure to be more productive is a nightmare for any business person â both at work and at home â but this doesnât have to be a problem anymore. This book introduces eight habits that can turn procrastination into productivity and the pain of overburden into the pleasure of achievement. As you read this book, you will develop productive habits allowing your to-do list to dissolve effortlessly. The secret to unlocking each habit is explained in a compelling way and the book is packed with concise advice and engaging diagrams.
Organizations that challenge the status quoAuthors:Â Khurshed Dehnugara and Claire Breeze
Challenger organizations are those that are disrupting their market, challenging their own habits and taking on dominant competitors. They are typically innovative and radical but what of those that lead them
This book analyzes the practices and disciplines that underpin the successful Challenger organization. In particular, it looks at how Challenger leadership and culture can be developed in large, complex, established businesses
9 principles and practices to create a wide-awake and productive workplaceAuthor:Â Shelley Reciniello As the author says: âI have spent a lifetime studying the psychology of people and work, marvelling at how much trouble we can get into when we donât understand ourselves and what makes other people tick.â The Conscious Leader brings you the nine principles and practices needed to create a wide-awake and productive workplace.
Building the Perpetually Innovative CompanyAuthors:Â Kai Engel, Violetka Dirlea, Stephen Dyer and Jochen Graff.
Masters of Innovation is the manual for creating a sustainable innovative organization â because innovation is not an art. Itâs a capability. The past 15 years have brought a flood of how-to books about innovation, most of them stuffed with stories of startling eureka moments and charismatic leaders. These stories have little to teach business leaders their own innovation capability. But Masters of Innovation clearly and concisely explains how managers make innovation more than just a âbreakthrough momentâ.
This book offers the real experience of the worldâs best Innovators. These are not just the hot âtechâ companies of the moment, but companies growing in traditional sectorsâautomotive, train travel, household appliancesâwhere slow growth would be expected. Many have been in business for generations, and still they grow. Being innovative is a repeatable process that can be studied and learned, one that will sustain a companyâs profitable growth for decades.