Books in category Business & Economics – Mail Order

  • The Fruits of Inclusion

    The Fruits of Inclusion
    Linda Jackson Burrs

    Have you ever wished you had an exceptional resource to help you with the setup and strategic development of a sustainable diversity and inclusion program . . . Well your wish has come true with this book!

  • Improving the Efficiency of Postal Services Procurement in the Public Sector

    Improving the Efficiency of Postal Services Procurement in the Public Sector
    Great Britain. National Audit Office

    This NAO report contains case studies which examine the use of postal services in five organisations, relating to two large government departments (HM Revenue and Customs and the Department for Work and Pensions), two executive agencies …

  • Knowledge Work and Knowledge Intensive Firms

    Knowledge Work and Knowledge-Intensive Firms
    Mats Alvesson

    The book addresses the concept of knowledge in a work and organizational context, professional or knowledge work, and knowledge-intensive firms.

  • Magento PHP Developer s Guide

    Magento PHP Developer’s Guide
    Allan MacGregor

    This book is written for developers who have previous experience with PHP and PHP frameworks, such as Zend or CakePHP, and want to start developing and working with Magento.

  • There Are No Overachievers

    There Are No Overachievers
    Brian Biro

    In There Are No Overachievers, Brian Biro distils a lifetime of motivational lessons on how to be more energized and passionate in work and life by seizing what he calls the WOO – our windows of opportunity.

  • 101 Great Mail Order Businesses Revised 2nd Edition

    101 Great Mail-Order Businesses, Revised 2nd Edition
    Tyler G. Hicks

    From the Trade Paperback edition.

  • A Bipolar Life

    A Bipolar Life
    Steve Millard

    "A Bipolar Life" is the story of his struggle.

  • Mail Order Retailing in Britain

    Mail Order Retailing in Britain
    Richard Coopey, Sean O’Connell, Dilwyn Porter

    Here the story is one of continuity and fracture as the established mail order companies struggle to adjust to a business environment which they had partly created, but which also rested on a new range of core competencies and technological …

  • Start Your Own Mail Order Business

    Start Your Own Mail Order Business
    Rich Mintzer, Entrepreneur Press

    This exclusive guide to mail order takes you step by step covering every aspect of startup and operations, including hard-won advice and helpful hints from successful mail order entrepreneurs.

  • Heads You Win

    Heads, You Win!
    Quinn Spitzer, Ron Evans

    In Heads, You Win!

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