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This is tantamount to discussing how the digital revolution is shaping the future of the economy, society, and our daily lives. To succeed in this new era big organisations that have until now been profitable and able to lead their industry for decades are confronted with the need for radical change. Features input from recognised scholars from around the world: Authors: Francisco Gonzalez (Chairman & CEO BBVA), Philip Evans (Boston Consulting Group), Kenneth Cukier (The Economist), Haim Mendelson (Stanford University), George Day (Wharton Business School), Joan Enric Ricart (IESE Business School), Geoffrey Moore (Geoffrey Moore Consulting), Chris Warhurst (University of Warwick), Stewart Friedman (Wharton Business School), Jeanne C. Meister (Future Workplace), Celia de Anca y Salvador Aragon (IE Business School), Alison Maitland (London Cass Business School), Peter Thomson (Henley Business School), Jacques Herzog (Herzog & de Meuron) , William Klepper (Columbia Business School), John P. Kotter (Harvard University), Carol Adams (Monash University).
A classic anthology of American poetry, from the colonial beginnings in the seventeenth century right through to the twentieth century. From Anne Bradstreet to Ralph Waldo Emerson, from William Carlos Williams to Walt Whitman, from Emily Dickenson to Ai, this collection ranges widely across the American poetic spectrum.
Leading economist Geoffrey H. Moore and expert statistician Melita H. Moore have combined their expertise to produce an exhaustive study of business cycle indicators in the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, West Germany, France, Italy, and Japan. They explain how to use the leading economic indicators to identify the recessions and recoveries in these nations and to forecast trade flows and inflation. The authors have provided the monthly and quarterly data since 1948 that are needed to test forecasting methods, with comparable figures for all seven countries. The book contains more than one hundred time series covering new orders, stock prices, production, employment, interest rates, inventories, and many other subjects. Each series is carefully described and sources for current and historical data are given.
The Darwinian struggle of business keeps getting more brutal as
competitive advantage gaps get narrower and narrower. Anything you
invent today will soon be copied by someone elseaprobably better
Real Property 3rd edition covers the essential elements of property law for NSW. Perfect to introduce students to property law, this text is well-structured and written in a style that will appeal to undergraduates. It sets out the salient principles of property law together with quotations from cases and materials to enable the student to better appreciate the judicial reason behind the principles enunciated. Key Features Excellent length and weight of material for a one-semester course. Clear, detailed explanation of key cases (particularly High Court cases and the judges' reasoning) makes the material more accessible to students. Author's experience from both a professional and academic background ensures a well-rounded text. New to this Edition New chapters on common law and statutory Native Title New chapters on Mabo and Wik New chapter on the doctrine of tenures and estates Updated throughout
'I had but hugged the shore' until Roderick Hudson, wrote Henry James. This is his first full-length novel and executed with such blazing, confident, thirty-one-year-old talent that even if he had produced nothing else, his fame would have been assured. Roderick Hudson, egotistical, beautiful and an exceptionally gifted sculptor, but poor, is taken from New England to Rome by Rowland Mallet, a rich man of fine appreciative sensibilities, who intends to give Roderick the scope to develop his genius. Together they seem like twins or lovers, opposing halves of what should have been an ideal whole. Roderick Hudson contains the obsessions that inspired all James's fiction but put across with a simple force and fire that he never quite caught again. 'Whatever the merits of "The Master" who wrote The Ambassadors, The Wings of the Dove,, and The Golden Bowl,' observes Geoffrey Moore, 'they are not those of the "young Harry" - for whom the writing of Roderick Hudson was such a pleasure, and a triumph.'
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