Books in category Business & Economics – Industrial Management

  • Unternehmer sind Verr ckte

    Unternehmer sind Verrückte
    Wolfgang Zimmermann

    Das Buch von Wolfgang Zimmermann gibt hierauf eine verblüffende Antwort: Kernelemente einer anderen Denk- und Handlungsweise im Umgang mit Ungewissheit finden sich schon längst im Repertoire erfolgreicher und innovativer Unternehmer.

  • Pharmaceutical Innovation

    Pharmaceutical Innovation
    Frank A. Sloan, Chee-Ruey Hsieh

    The lessons are applicable to countries all over the world, at all levels of economic development. By discussing existing evidence this book proposes incentive arrangements to accomplish social objectives.

  • Making Meetings Work

    Making Meetings Work
    John E Tropman

    A best-seller in its first edition, Making Meetings Work Even Better: Achieving High Quality Group Decisions, Second Edition covers everything you need to know about organizing engaging meetings, including preparing agendas, controlling …

  • Making Business Districts Work

    Making Business Districts Work
    Marvin Feit, David Feehan

    An unprecedented diversity of perspectives makes this book unique, with contributions from the United States, Canada, and Portugal, and from small, medium, and large cities.

  • Competitive Transformation of the Postal and Delivery Sector

    Competitive Transformation of the Postal and Delivery Sector
    Michael A. Crew, Paul R. Kleindorfer

    The papers in the book were selected from the papers presented at the 11th Conference on Postal and Delivery Economics, Toledo, Spain, June 4-7, 2003.

  • Strategies and Tactics in Supply Chain Event Management

    Strategies and Tactics in Supply Chain Event Management
    Raschid Ijioui, Heike Emmerich, Michael Ceyp

    This book gives unique insights into the Supply Chain Event Management (SCEM) of world-leading companies. Aims, methods, instruments as well as resources and budgets in SCEM are discussed.

  • Design of Business

    Design of Business
    Roger L. Martin

    Why? In The Design of Business, Roger Martin offers a compelling and provocative answer: we rely far too exclusively on analytical thinking, which merely refines current knowledge, producing small improvements to the status quo.

  • Knowledge Accumulation and Industry Evolution

    Knowledge Accumulation and Industry Evolution
    Mariana Mazzucato, Giovanni Dosi

    Written by internationally acclaimed experts in the economics of innovation, this volume examines how the biotechnology and pharmaceutical sector is affected by the dynamics of innovation, institutions, and public policy.

  • Handbook of Community Movements and Local Organizations

    Handbook of Community Movements and Local Organizations
    Ram A. Cnaan, Carl Milofsky

    Associations are central to important and developing areas of social theory and social action. This handbook takes voluntary associations as the starting point for making sense of communities.

  • Quantitative Models for Value Based Supply Chain Management

    Quantitative Models for Value-Based Supply Chain Management
    Marcus Brandenburg

    The book contributes to this research gap by proposing quantitative models that allow for assessing influences of SCM on the value of a firm.

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