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Global unemployment has now reached its highest level since the great depression of the 1930s. Technologies which have brought miraculous improvements in efficiency and productivity have also slashed the numbers employed in manufacturing and agriculture, while the service sector is quite unable to take up the slack. While a tiny elite of knowledge workers -scientists, entrepreneurs an consultants - will still be in demand, most jobs are disappearing fast, resulting in the creation of a morose underclass, caught between apathy and criminal violence.
"An absolutely vital resource for anyone doing an MBA. It will help you at every stage: before, during and after your MBA." Alex Elferink, MBA student at Cass Business School, City University''I found the book invaluable in helping me to prepare for my own MBA studies and have always recommended it to prospective students wishing to embark on postgraduate studies in business and management." - Daniel Ganly, MBA Director, Oxford Brookes University.Undertaking any postgraduate management study is a big investment on many levels. The MBA Handbook, fifth edition explains what will be expected from you on a personal, professional and academic level and is designed to prepare and support you throughout your studies. The book is clearly structured and simply written around the following sections:Pre-course preparation - Decide which qualification is right for you and plan your time and your funds. Check your study skills are up to scratch and recognise your own strengths and areas for improvement. Studying - Familiarise yourself with all forms of teaching and assessment used on your course. Find out what your lecturers are looking for and learn how to boost your grades.Beyond your Masters - Reassess your objectives and your options and learn how to make the most of your new opportunities. This successful text has been thoroughly updated to include coverage of video conferencing, GMAT and problem-based learning. Features of this new edition include: Activities, examples and exercises in every chapter to help evaluate progress and put ideas into practice. Completely revised chapter on projects and dissertations which features an expanded section on methodologies and new material on plagiarism, internal consultancy, and electronic searches. Extended coverage of issues relating to EFL and ESL students. Dedicated chapter on 'Using Numbers' with worked examples of maths problems to help clarify and explain key mathematical techniques and applications. Helpfiles to assist with grammar, mathematics and spelling. Visit the updated and expanded companion website for The MBA Handbook, fifthedition at www.booksites.net/cameron for worksheets, and self-assessment quizzes. "An invaluable source of guidance to my MBA success with articles carefully placed to complement the skillsets that are required for a rigorous programme like this - I would say that this is the most-used book during the MBA study" Lakshmi Ishwar, Director, Guardian Risk Advisors (P) Ltd, Bangalore Sheila Cameron has worked for the Open University Business School since its inception. She has been involved in its MBA programme since its earliest design stages in a variety of roles, including a period as MBA Director.
Visionary activist and author Jeremy Rifkin exposes the real stakes of the new economy, delivering "the clearest summation yet of how the Internet is really changing our lives" (The Seattle Times). Imagine waking up one day to find that virtually every activity you engage in outside your immediate family has become a "paid-for" experience. It's all part of a fundamental change taking place in the nature of business, contends Jeremy Rifkin. After several hundred years as the dominant organizing paradigm of civilization, the traditional market system is beginning to deconstruct. On the horizon looms the Age of Access, an era radically different from any we have known.
Husband and wife PI team Helen Hawthorne and Phil Sagemont both have their hands full, but only Helen has to carry drink trays—as part of her latest undercover assignment as a stewardess on a private yacht… Lost at Sea To catch a jewel smuggler on a luxury yacht, Helen needs to pose as the ship’s new stewardess—but between serving drinks to the snobs, scrubbing floors, and cleaning up after seasick passengers, she’s starting to miss dry land almost as much as she misses Phil. While Helen’s cruising to the Bahamas, Phil’s got his own job—trying to catch a sexy gold digger who may have killed her elderly husband for his fortune. Good thing he’s a self-proclaimed master of disguise, playing it cool as everything from an air-conditioning repairman to a Rastafarian. Helen’s a help to Phil on his case, but when she’s on her own on the high seas, Helen needs to watch her step as she searches out the smuggler—or she may end up going from undercover to overboard…
Whether termed the 'network society', the 'knowledge society' or the 'information society', it is widely accepted that a new age has dawned, unveiled by powerful computer and communication technologies. Yet for millennia humans have been recording knowledge and culture, engaging in the dissemination and preservation of information. In `The Early Information Society', the authors argue for an earlier incarnation of the information age, focusing upon the period 1900-1960. In support of this they examine the history and traditions in Britain of two separate but related information-rich occupations - information management and information science - repositioning their origins before the age of the computer and identifying the forces driving their early development. `The Early Information Society' offers an historical account which questions the novelty of the current information society. It will be essential reading for students, researchers and practitioners in the library and information science field, and for sociologists and historians interested in the information society.
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In 2003, Tata Consultancy Services set itself a mission: ‘Top Ten by 2010’. In 2009, a year ahead of schedule, TCS made good on that promise: in fourteen years, the company had transformed itself from the $155 million operation that S. Ramadorai inherited as CEO in 1996. Today it is one of the world’s largest IT software and services companies with more than 240,000 people working in forty-two countries, and annual revenues of over $10 billion. The TCS story is one of modern India’s great success stories. In this fascinating book, S. Ramadorai, one of the country’s most respected business leaders, recounts the steps to that extraordinary success, and outlines a vision for the future where the quality initiatives he undertook can be applied to a larger national framework.

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