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Cooperative Strategy - Managing Alliances and Networks (Paperback, 3rd Revised edition): John Child, David Faulkner, Stephen... Cooperative Strategy - Managing Alliances and Networks (Paperback, 3rd Revised edition)
John Child, David Faulkner, Stephen Tallman, Linda Hsieh
R1,137 R975 Discovery Miles 9 750 Save R162 (14%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Cooperation has become the leading strategy adopted by business and other organizations. It is taking on new forms that are adapted to changing market expectations and technological possibilities in the rapidly evolving business environment. This new edition of Cooperative Strategy provides a comprehensive view of the practical and theoretical literature concerning cooperative strategies, and the alliance and network organizational forms that are the enablers of these strategies. It takes the reader through the stages of developing a cooperative alliance, from choosing a cooperative form and selecting partners, to establishing an alliance and managing the process of cooperation. It examines cooperative strategies in different sectors as well as internationally, and discusses performance criteria and evolution of cooperation over time. With insights from internationally recognized experts on cooperative strategy, this book presents extensive research on the topic while also addressing practical issues of alliance management.

Cooperative Strategy - Managing Alliances and Networks (Hardcover, 3rd Revised edition): John Child, David Faulkner, Stephen... Cooperative Strategy - Managing Alliances and Networks (Hardcover, 3rd Revised edition)
John Child, David Faulkner, Stephen Tallman, Linda Hsieh
R2,020 Discovery Miles 20 200 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Cooperation has become the leading strategy adopted by business and other organizations. It is taking on new forms that are adapted to changing market expectations and technological possibilities in the rapidly evolving business environment. This new edition of Cooperative Strategy provides a comprehensive view of the practical and theoretical literature concerning cooperative strategies, and the alliance and network organizational forms that are the enablers of these strategies. It takes the reader through the stages of developing a cooperative alliance, from choosing a cooperative form and selecting partners, to establishing an alliance and managing the process of cooperation. It examines cooperative strategies in different sectors as well as internationally, and discusses performance criteria and evolution of cooperation over time. With insights from internationally recognized experts on cooperative strategy, this book presents extensive research on the topic while also addressing practical issues of alliance management. Echoing the words of the famous social psychologist Kurt Lewin that 'there is nothing so practical as a good theory', the authors provide a sound understanding of the theory and research on cooperative strategy so as to inform its practice. In this respect, this new edition follows its predecessor as an essential resource for both students and managers alike.

Computational Systems Pharmacology and Toxicology (Hardcover): Rudy J. Richardson Computational Systems Pharmacology and Toxicology (Hardcover)
Rudy J. Richardson; Edited by (editors-in-chief) Diana Anderson; Series edited by Tim Marrs; Translated by Michael D Waters; Contributions by Dale E Johnson, …
R4,644 Discovery Miles 46 440 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

This book will be important for scientists involved in environmental research particularly in filling data gaps for risk assessment. It also will highlight key methods used in studying biological targets both from a toxicity standpoint and pharmacological activity. It provides a systems pharmacology/toxicology approach to computational toxicology, linking chemical exposures to genes, diseases, and complex biological/disease pathways. It also provides the discussion of new approaches to study chemical such as biological target elucidation and move this into computational models. Overall the book expands the computational focus of chemicals and biological interactions into the field of herbal and traditional medicines. It is noteworthy that the book reaches beyond pharmaceutical toxicology. The book will be a useful academic course book for both graduate and undergraduates studying pharmacology. It applies to areas such as Computational Toxicology; Systems biology; chemical-protein interactions; Interactions between Traditional Chinese Medicines/herbal medicines and Western therapeutics. Cross-promote this book with Big Data in Predictive Toxicology.

Cooperative Strategy - Managing Alliances, Networks, and Joint Ventures (Paperback, 2nd Revised edition): John Child, David... Cooperative Strategy - Managing Alliances, Networks, and Joint Ventures (Paperback, 2nd Revised edition)
John Child, David Faulkner, Stephen Tallman
R1,457 Discovery Miles 14 570 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Cooperation has become the leading strategy adopted by business and other organizations. It is taking on new forms that are adapted to changing market expectations and technological possibilities in the rapidly evolving business environment. This new edition of Cooperative Strategy provides a comprehensive view of the practical and theoretical literature concerning cooperative strategies, and the alliance and network organizational forms that are the enablers of these strategies. It takes the reader through the stages of developing a cooperative alliance, from choosing a cooperative form and selecting partners, to establishing an alliance and managing the process of cooperation. It examines cooperative strategies in different sectors as well as internationally, and discusses performance criteria and evolution of cooperation over time. With insights from internationally recognized experts on cooperative strategy, this book presents extensive research on the topic while also addressing practical issues of alliance management.

The Magistracy at the Crossroads (Paperback): David Faulkner, Sally Dickinson The Magistracy at the Crossroads (Paperback)
David Faulkner, Sally Dickinson
R451 Discovery Miles 4 510 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

* Backed by the Magistrates' Association * Coincides with the 650th anniversary of JPs. * Essential reading for criminal justice practitioners. * The key text at a critical time for government and the courts. * Supported by a substantial media campaign. * A celebratory volume and collection piece. After 650 years justices of the peace find themselves at a crossroads. This book looks at the role of one of the UK's oldest institutions in a rapidly changing world. Well-informed, thought-provoking and published at a critical time when government is looking to find ever more efficient and cost-effective ways to deliver justice, this book by leading commentators from the courts, universities, the media and the magistracy itself sets examines the options for the future. It looks at economic and other pressures as well as demands for new kinds of community justice and changing ideas about public and voluntary service. It's sheer breadth, expertise and diversity of views means it will be in demand across the criminal justice system as the best word on the subject. What is the modern-day role of the magistracy and how might it better serve the citizen's to whom it ultimately belongs? From an age-old institution as a bastion of democracy to the idea that there should be fresh avenues of engagement and a greater sense of a fairness and transparency, each of the distinguished contributors' chapter is valuable within what is a highly innovative and readable work. With a Foreword by Lord Dholakia.

To Be Forgiven (Paperback): David Faulkner To Be Forgiven (Paperback)
David Faulkner
R282 Discovery Miles 2 820 Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Where next for criminal justice? (Paperback): David Faulkner, Ros Burnett Where next for criminal justice? (Paperback)
David Faulkner, Ros Burnett
R636 R568 Discovery Miles 5 680 Save R68 (11%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Successive governments have promised to reform criminal justice in England and Wales and to make it more efficient and more effective in preventing and reducing crime. And yet there is still a feeling that not enough has been achieved and more has to be done - a feeling that the English riots in August 2011 painfully revived. Where Next for Criminal Justice? offers a principled framework for the development of policy, legislation and practice, and argues with examples for an approach to criminal justice which acknowledges the limitations on what governments and reforms of criminal justice can achieve on their own, and where the focus is on promoting procedural justice and legitimacy; fostering human decency and civility; and enabling prevention, restoration and desistance from crime.

De cabo a rabo - Vocabulario - The Most Comprehensive Guide to Learning Spanish Ever Written (Paperback): David Faulkner De cabo a rabo - Vocabulario - The Most Comprehensive Guide to Learning Spanish Ever Written (Paperback)
David Faulkner
R408 Discovery Miles 4 080 Ships in 7 - 11 working days
De cabo a rabo - Gramatica - The Most Comprehensive Guide to Learning Spanish Ever Written (Paperback): David Faulkner De cabo a rabo - Gramatica - The Most Comprehensive Guide to Learning Spanish Ever Written (Paperback)
David Faulkner
R457 Discovery Miles 4 570 Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Superheroes (Paperback): David Faulkner Superheroes (Paperback)
David Faulkner
R342 Discovery Miles 3 420 Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Servant of the Crown - A Civil Servant's Story of Criminal Justice and Public Service Reform (Paperback): David Faulkner Servant of the Crown - A Civil Servant's Story of Criminal Justice and Public Service Reform (Paperback)
David Faulkner
R594 Discovery Miles 5 940 Ships in 35 - 40 working days

Servant of the Crown takes the reader inside Whitehall to see how issues of the day were handled and policies formed as the author progressed to working alongside Home Secretaries and other senior politicians. Charting high profile events and everyday activities, it covers government's approaches towards political, strategic and operational situations, looking also at traditions of public service and freedom under the law. Centrally the book discusses the relationship between civil servants and ministers; also with judges, magistrates and criminal justice services across a 30-year time frame (from the late-1950s to the early-1990s). It includes an explanation of the author's understanding of a civil servant's duty as a servant of the Crown, historically and in a world where public services have become increasingly subject to political intervention. The book is illustrated by examples of the interaction between political and professional points of view, covering situations familiar to the police, courts and correctional services.Equally it will be of interest to students of government, especially those concerned with how policy is formulated in answer to the immediacy of political events or the continuum of knowledge and experiences of civil servants (whichever administration is in power). With a Foreword by the Rt Hon Sir John Chilcot, GCB.

Dead Ones (Hardcover): David Faulkner Dead Ones (Hardcover)
David Faulkner
R843 Discovery Miles 8 430 Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Street People (Hardcover): David Faulkner Street People (Hardcover)
David Faulkner
R810 Discovery Miles 8 100 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Noah Cassidy, a former prosecuting attorney, agrees to investigate the seemingly random killing of a young panhandler, which the local police have labeled a "nothing case." A city homicide lieutenant schemes to abruptly close the case, ensuring that the killer will remain free. Cassidy, convinced the young man's murder was not a random street crime, presses ahead, utilizing the one resource available to him - Baltimore's Street People.

The Oyster Navy (Hardcover): David Faulkner The Oyster Navy (Hardcover)
David Faulkner
R903 Discovery Miles 9 030 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

In 1868, Maryland's embryonic maritime law enforcement agency, the State Oyster Police, set out on its mission to enforce the states laws on the Chesapeake Bay. The force, quickly dubbed The Oyster Navy, met stubborn and often violent resistance. Haynie McKenna, the agency's deputy commander, serves as captain of the steamer Leila. With a crew of untested officers, he heads to the Honga River in search of a rogue waterman, Marrok Blanchard and his sons.

The Oyster Wars - Second Edition (Hardcover): David Faulkner The Oyster Wars - Second Edition (Hardcover)
David Faulkner
R862 Discovery Miles 8 620 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Maryland's Chesapeake Bay, November 1867. It is a time in our history when local oystermen battle greedy poachers over rich beds of "white gold" and young men are shanghaied into servitude to ruthless boat captains. Haynie McKenna's search for one victim pits him against a sharpshooting assassin, a cabal of former confederate officers, and his own family ghosts.

Cooperative Strategy - Economic, Business, and Organizational Issues (Hardcover): David Faulkner, Mark De Rond Cooperative Strategy - Economic, Business, and Organizational Issues (Hardcover)
David Faulkner, Mark De Rond
R5,347 Discovery Miles 53 470 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

This book brings together some of the latest thinking and research on cooperative strategy. Work in this area has grown rapidly over the last decade, but no single thematic approach has dominated and become the ascendant theoryDSresource dependency, transaction cost economics, and game theory have all made significant contributions to the growing literature on strategic cooperation. This book presents chapters from many of these theoretical perspectives and some of the key issues through a number of different lenses.

The Criminal Justice System - An Introduction (Paperback, 3rd Revised edition): Bryan Gibson, Paul Cavadino The Criminal Justice System - An Introduction (Paperback, 3rd Revised edition)
Bryan Gibson, Paul Cavadino; Foreword by David Faulkner
R664 Discovery Miles 6 640 Out of stock

A comprehensive and accessible overview of the Criminal Justice System, its framework, institutions, practitioners and working methods that will be of interest to any reader seeking an up-to-date description of this important and historic sphere of public affairs. An informative, practical handbook that describes the wide-ranging developments and changes that have taken place in relation to crime prevention, public safety, the entire criminal process and the punishment of offenders. Highly acclaimed since first published in 1995, this new extensively updated edition of The Criminal Justice System covers the spectrum of the criminal process against a backdrop of the Common Law, legislation and human rights from investigation and arrest to trial, sentence, release from prison and parole, as well as such key reforms as the Ministry of Justice and new-style Home Office. Part of our growing Introductory Series, and available on this website as a special value three book set with the matching volumes;The New Home Office: An Introduction and The New Ministry of Justice: An Introduction for just GBP39.95 (and delivered FREE in the UK). N.B. Total separate RRP for these three books is GBP64.50, total price when bought separately on watersidepress.co.uk is currently GBP55.50 Reviews 'This is an excellent book and is one which any student studing criminal justice should buy. The book will be particular interest to my first year undergraduate students studying an 'Introduction to Criminal Process and Procedure' module. This text will be key in assisting them in their academic journey. A recommended buy for my students!': Laura Monteith, Runshaw College 'So straightforward and comprehensive - perfect. I loved it, and so will my first years': Claire Kinsella, Edge Hill University 'Up to date information on recent changes. Very well written in clear informative style. Good definitions and Glossary': Ann Kneebone, Truro and Penwith College 'This is a book, which can be purchased and read by the man in the street without having concern about misunderstanding words, expressions, etc. For the more legal minded it is a superb introduction to any legal aspect before advancing into a more complicated legal tome. It is book that can be recommended to anyone requiring clarification on a legal subject in plain words': Internet Law Book Reviews 'The range of topics is broad and apt. The language is accessible and the layout clear. There are short sections on the successive steps involved as an offence is investigated, a suspect charged, convicted, imprisoned and released under supervision. The agencies which support and invigilate the process are introduced and there is a useful glossary': Independent Monitor Authors Bryan Gibson is a barrister-at-law and editor-in-chief, Waterside Press. Paul Cavadino is chief executive of Nacro. David Faulkner is a senior research fellow at the Centre for Criminological Research, Oxford University * Previous editions were titled "Introduction to the Criminal Justice Process"

A New Look at Job - The Good News in the Old Testament (Paperback): David Faulkner A New Look at Job - The Good News in the Old Testament (Paperback)
David Faulkner
R412 R384 Discovery Miles 3 840 Save R28 (7%) Out of stock
The New Home Office - An Introduction (Paperback, 2nd edition): Bryan Gibson, David Faulkner The New Home Office - An Introduction (Paperback, 2nd edition)
Bryan Gibson, David Faulkner
R884 Discovery Miles 8 840 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

This timely publication explains the duties and responsibilities of the Home Office following its reorganization in 2007. The New Home Office provides an accessible introduction but with sufficient detail for the more critical reader seeking to understand both the historic and modern-day role of this key office of State. Easy to read - written in the style of the acclaimed Waterside Press Introductory Series - this handbook contains a wealth of information making it an indispensable resource. An ideal text for students and practitioners alike. A closely observed account of the 21st century arrangements to ensure public safety, law enforcement and crime reduction in the UK. Contents Foreword, Preface and Charts The Home Office: An Overview Public Safety, Liberty and Protecting the Public The Police and Policing Crime Prevention and Crime Reduction Terrorism and Emergency Powers Border Controls, Immigration and Asylum Safeguarding Personal Identity Miscellaneous Home Office Responsibilities The Changed Role of the Home Secretary A Fresh Start and a New Era Reviews (of the First Edition with The New Ministry of Justice): 'Should be read by everybody involved in the Criminal Justice System': Internet Law Book Reviews 'Invaluable': Thames View 'Bryan Gibson and Waterside Press are to be congratulated on producing these stimulating books': Justice of the Peace Author Bryan Gibson is a barrister-at-law and a former a clerk to the justices. He is editor-in-chief of Waterside Press. David Faulkner teaches at the Oxford Centre for Criminal justice Research and is a former Deputy Secretary of State at the Home Office.

Where Next for Criminal Justice? (Book, New): David Faulkner, Ros Burnett Where Next for Criminal Justice? (Book, New)
David Faulkner, Ros Burnett
R2,051 Discovery Miles 20 510 Out of stock

Despite several decades of changing government policy to improve the 'criminal justice system', involving vast expenditure and the sustained efforts of practitioners in the public, private and voluntary sectors, there is a sense of poor returns and going round in circles. The formation of a coalition government, in May 2010 seemed to augur a genuine turning point, but more recent events have begun to follow the familiar pattern - more legislation, more reorganisation, more punishment. Where Next for Criminal Justice? reviews, first, policy shifts during the last thirty years, then recent developments in sentencing, policing, community sentences, prisons and governance of criminal justice, and the lessons that can be learnt from them; and offers a principled framework for the future development of policy, legislation and practice. It argues, with examples, for an approach to criminal justice which is focused first on people and their capacities, situations and relationships, on treating them with humanity and respect, and only then on reforming institutions, structures and systems. The inherent divisiveness in responses to crime has been exacerbated by its use for political advantage. The authors argue for the different perspectives to be acknowledged and make suggestions, based on ideas of procedural justice and legitimacy, for ways in which reconciliation might more often be achieved.

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