Along the way, readers will learn about what makes effective teams, how to stay on task for the long haul, and strategies for solving incredibly complex problems. The Right Kind of Crazy is a book for anyone striving for excellence.
Placing fresh emphasis on the environmental and human factors that are often left out in discussions of economics and examining alternative economies, Meme Wars is designed to be 'a textbook for the future' - one that brings to light inspiring ideas for positive change . . .
Most of the accepted wisdom on how to build a small business advocates a one-size-fits-all approach. So-called experts - and sometimes just well-meaning friends - urge business owners to grow fast, be more profitable, and imitate other succesful start-ups.
Something has to change.Travelling to some of the fastest-emerging nations, John Micklethwait and Adrian Wooldridge argue that the West needs a new revolution in the history of the state, rethinking the role of government and its place in our lives.
Dedication and patience are crucial to leading any organisation. But the most enduring companies of the modern age have something else too: leaders who saw beyond the confines of business convention and into a different future. Leaders who didn’t just grow their profits, but expanded the horizons of their customers and our culture. From Henry Ford to Margaret Rudkin, Coco Chanel to Steve Jobs, their extraordinary stories still hold living wisdom for today’s entrepreneurs. Learn from their ageless insights and the possibilities are limitless. In this book, Ajaz Ahmed shares his inspirations for enduring leadership.
With his trademark wisdom and nuance, Greenspan devises a brand new economic map, one that integrates the history of economic prediction, the recent work of behavioural economists and the lessons of his own remarkable career into a framework for understanding this previously uncharted territory.
Oxford academic, internationally renowned in field of business and strategy, provides a new and radical analysis of globalization and what it means for business: 'Think regional, act local, forget global'