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Driving Innovation from Within: A Guide for Internal Entrepreneurs

Conventional business wisdom tells us that entrepreneurs are society’s main source of innovation. Young founders leave college with a big idea, get to work in a garage, and build something that changes the world. Typical corporate employees, strangled by slow-moving bureaucracy, are blocked from making transformative discoveries.

Diversity, Inc.: The Failed Promise of a Billion-Dollar Business

One of Time Magazine's Must-Read Books of 2019: An award-winning journalist shows how workplace diversity initiatives have turned into a profoundly misguided industry—and have done little to bring equality to America's major industries and institutions.

Becoming a data-driven Organisation: Unlock the value of data

Data is the foundation of any current and future market transformation during this digital era. Companies are expected to adjust or to disappear. However, following assessments by Gartner and Forrester during the past two years, only a small fraction of all enterprises has adequately addressed the handling of data so far.

FinTech, BigTech and Banks: Digitalisation and Its Impact on Banking Business Models (Palgrave Macmillan Studies in Banking and Financial Institutions)

This Palgrave Pivot analyses the evolution of strategies and business models adopted by financial operators that employ technological solutions to deliver financial products and services. The analysis is performed on a proprietary dataset built on different sources that highlight important differences in strategical approaches taken by FinTech companies, TechFin and BigTech, and banks (traditional and digital native). For each type, the authors underline their distinctive patterns, strengths and weaknesses. The main focus of the analysis in on the European market that is investigated also in the light of the difference and similarities with other markets (such as US and China).

Fundamentals of Economic Development Finance, Second Edition

The transformation from old economies to new stable systems requires different financial tools to create development. What we know is that the entrepreneurial spirit exists all over the globe.The deal is alive – the players are changing

Co-Creation: Reshaping Business and Society in the Era of Bottom-up Economics (Management for Professionals)

Across several industries, we are observing a paradigm shift from traditional, firm-centric and top-down value creation to more open and collaborative approaches, also referred to as bottom-up economics. The boundaries of firms dissolve and external actors (customers, user, suppliers etc.) enter the domain of value creation by means of advanced information and communication technologies. These new and evolving patterns require a renewed and interdisciplinary understanding of how co-creation enables organizations to reshape business and society.

Enterprise as a Carrier of Culture: An Anthropological Approach to Business Administration (Translational Systems Sciences, 16)

This book expands anthropological studies of business enterprise to include comparative and interdisciplinary perspectives. A number of books on business anthropology have been published, but most of them are written by anthropologists alone. By contrast, this book engages interdisciplinary studies, e.g., not only by anthropologists but also management scholars and other social scientists. It is the second volume of studies forwarding anthropological approaches to business administration, Keiei Jinruigaku.

Business Process Modeling, Simulation and Design

Most textbooks on business process management focus on either the nuts and bolts of computer simulation or the managerial aspects of business processes. Covering both technical and managerial aspects of business process management, Business Process Modeling, Simulation and Design, Second Edition presents the tools to design effective business processes and the management techniques to operate them efficiently.

Making of Star India
Making of Star India Sented by Steve Bark

When Rupert Murdoch, executive chairman, News Corporation, blew up more than $870 million buying Star TV from Richard Li in the early 1990s, analysts were dismayed. Why on earth had Murdoch invested in a pan-Asian broadcaster that was neither fish nor fowl?

Be a Startup Superstar: Ignite Your Career Working at a Tech Startup

Are you underemployed or struggling to find a fulfilling career? Stuck on a low rung of the corporate ladder and don’t see a way up anytime soon? You’re not alone. Like many recent college grads and people who feel stuck in their corporate jobs, you’ve probably never considered working for a technology company that’s just starting out, especially if you’re not a tech whiz. That doesn’t matter. Tech startups are desperate for talent and creativity in all kinds of fields from people with leadership skills and new ideas—people like you!

Concise Australian Commercial Law

Buy the Book + eBook bundle and save $88.02. Learn more about Thomson Reuters ProView. Browse: Description Table of Contents Resource Downloads AVAILABLE FORMATS FormatTitleDateCodePrice BookConcise Australian Commercial Law 4th ed15/07/20179780455240435$126.01ADD TO CART Book+eBook Best ValueConcise Australian Commercial Law 4th ed

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