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A handbook of new office technology (A What to buy for business guide) epub

by John Derrick


A handbook of new office technology (A What to buy for business guide) epub

ISBN: 085038902X

ISBN13: 978-0850389029

Author: John Derrick

Category: No category

Publisher: Kogan Page (1986)

Pages: 325 pages

ePUB book: 1809 kb

FB2 book: 1743 kb

Rating: 4.9

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This new Handbook will be an invaluable reference for both board members and academics seeking to deepen their .

This new Handbook will be an invaluable reference for both board members and academics seeking to deepen their understanding of boardroom functioning. The breadth and depth of the volume's coverage is both impressive and indicative of the challenges and risks faced by the modern director. If I have one criticism of the Handbook, it is that it seems to be addressed not just to directors but also to everyone with an interest in corporate governanc. ven if they are unfamiliar with that term.

These 12 books offer essential advice for the budding entrepreneur, from digital marketing to creating a business .

These 12 books offer essential advice for the budding entrepreneur, from digital marketing to creating a business plan. He acknowledges that with the democratizing force of the internet, once-unassailable business lessons are now in question. But one key idea is timeless: The importance of focusing on key details in the beginning so mistakes don't trip you up as your business grows.

Only 5 left in stock (more on the way). Only 5 left in stock (more on the way). Sometimes you may be forgiven for thinking that all technology start-up companies have no clue about financial management, with them burning through investments at a massive rate of knots without a care in the world. For many, if not most, it is the exact opposite and they need to have an intense focus on the finances too, but they may lack the skills to do it.

Coauthors & Alternates.

by John Derrick, Phillip Oppenheim. ISBN 9780850385908 (978-0-85038-590-8) Hardcover, Kogan Page, 1984. Coauthors & Alternates.

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These are the 76 best business books for entrepreneurs, creatives and .

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