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The Neatest Little Guide to Stock Market Investing, 2010 Edition
by Jason Kelly

Read Jason Kelly's posts on the Penguin Blog   The essential stock market guide updated with timely strategies for investing after the crash Now in its fourth edition, Jason Kelly's The Neatest Little Guide to Stock Market Investing has established itself as a clear, concise, and highly effective guide for investing in stocks...

Operational Risk Management
by S.K. Bagchi

Operational Risk is one of the important arms of the risk management triangle, the other two being Credit Risk and Market (Treasury) Risk. Any organisation, particularly in the banking sector, is squarely exposed to operational risks emanating within or outside the organisation...

Beelzebub's Tales to His Grandson: All and Everything: AND All and Everything (Arkana)
by G. Gurdjieff

BEELZEBUB'S TALES TO HIS GRANDSON is Gurdjieff's world-famous cosmological epic. It examines human life on Earth from the viewpoint of beings belonging to a distant world, led by the 'all-wise Beelzebub'...

Hiring Smart for Competitive Advantage: The Results Driven Manager
by Harvard Business School Press

"The Results-Driven Manager Series" brings together timely articles from HBSP newsletters to help senior to middle managers sharpen their skills, increase their effectiveness and gain a competitive edge...

101 Learning and Development Tools: Essential Techniques for Creating, Delivering and Managing Effective Training
by Kenneth Fee

101 Learning and Development Tools is your practical guide to all the most up-to-date training techniques, organized around the classic learning and development cycle.  Whether you need a quick, ready solution or some guidance on where to go for in-depth information, this is your essential reference guide...

Out of Eden: The Peopling of the World
by Stephen Oppenheimer

In a brilliant synthesis of genetic, archaeological, linguistic and climatic data, Oppenheimer challenges current thinking with his claim that there was only one successful migration out of Africa. In 1988 Newsweek headlined the startling discovery that everyone alive on the earth today can trace their maternal DNA back to one woman who lived in Africa 150,000 years ago...

Trolley Wars: The Battle of the Supermarkets
by Judi Bevan

Recent times have seen ferocious battles for supremacy among the supermarket chains in Britain. US giant WalMart took over ASDA, and northern upstart Morrisons acquired Safeway. Meanwhile Tesco has gone from strength to strength while Sainsbury's has slid further and further down the greasy pole...

Africa: Crude Continent: The Struggle for Africa's Oil Prize
by Duncan Clarke

Based on thirty years in the global oil game, intimate knowledge of African history and direct experience of over forty countries, this comprehensive book shows that Africa's flaws are not the whole story, when it comes to the continent's history...

Manage Computers at Work
by Graham Jones

Most books on computers are highly technical, often geared to one particular application or product. This one is different. Putting the needs of the beginner first, it is a practical step-by-step guide showing how to get computers to help you at work...

Eastern Approaches
by Fitzroy Hew Maclean

This is the classic true adventure story of a man who by the pen, the sword and the diplomatic pouch influenced some of the most significant events of our era. Here Fitzroy Maclean recounts his extraordinary adventures in Soviet Central Asia, in the Western Desert, where he specialized in hair-raising commando-style raids behind enemy lines, and with Tito's partisans during the last months of the German occupation of Yugoslavia...

Indispensable Employees
by Martha Fields

Indispensable Employees: How to Hire Them, How to Keep Them was written to help all those organizations who know they need to adapt to the new economy, but don't quite know how. It was written to help organizations start thinking again about how they can hold on to their best workers, despite what their competitors are offering...

Kipling Sahib: India and the Making of Rudyard Kipling 1865-1900
by John M Barry

Rudyard Kipling was born in Bombay in 1865 and spent his early years there, before being sent, aged six, to England, a desperately unhappy experience. Charles Allen's great-grandfather brought the sixteen-year-old Kipling out to Lahore to work on The Civil and Military Gazette with the words 'Kipling will do', and thus set young Rudyard on his literary course...

Act Like a Lady;Think Like a Man
by Steve Harvey

Steve Harvey, the host of the nationally syndicated Steve Harvey Morning Show, can't count the number of impressive women he's met over the years, whether it's through the "Strawberry Letters" segment of his program or while on tour for his comedy shows...

The Retail Revolution: How Wal-Mart Created a Brave New World of Business
by Nelson Lichtenstein

Wal-Mart is the world’s largest company and it sets the standard--both social and commercial--for a huge swath of the global economy. In this probing investigation, historian Nelson Lichtenstein shows how the company's success has spread evangelical Protestantism into the workplace, made South China an American workshop, and pushed American politics to the right...

The Great Influenza: The Story of the Deadliest Pandemic in History
by John M Barry

At the height of WWI, history's most lethal influenza virus erupted in an army camp in Kansas, moved east with American troops, then exploded, killing as many as 100 million people worldwide. It killed more people in twenty-four months than AIDS killed in twenty-four years, more in a year than the Black Death killed in a century...

Fighting the Banana Wars and Other Fairtrade Battles
by Harriet Lamb

It started very small and full of hope. But its daring campaigns have placed Fairtrade goods at the heart of the supermarket shelves. From bananas and coffee beans to cotton and chocolate, Fairtrade has grown to become an important global movement that has revolutionised the way we shop...

Rich Dad's Advisors®: The ABC's of Building a Business Team That Wins: The Invisible Code of Honor That Takes Ordinary People and Turns Them Into a Championship Team
by Blair Singer

The ABC's of Building a Business Team That Wins will: * Attract the best team players for your business * Ensure that all team members operate at peak performance * Take ordinary people and turn them into champions * Instill loyalty and confidence in your team so that they stick together under pressure * Eliminate stressful "people problems" in your business once and for all * Use pressure as your friend to produce extraordinary results * Build championship teams in the workplace, in your community and at home Blair's book impacts the Team, Leadership, and Mission sections of Rich Dad's B-I TriangleR...

Strategic Management
by Saroj Datta

This book provides a discussion on basic concepts of strategic management, along with the determination of corporate vision and mission. It discusses how to analyze the environment with emphasis on the industries and the organization itself...

How to Manage People: Handle People Problems; Motivate Staff; Boost Your Performance (Sunday Times Creating Success)
by Michael Armstrong

A distillation of Michael Armstrong's knowledge and experience, How to Manage People provides practical advice to managers and team leaders who don't have an HR department to support them...

How to avoid the 10 biggest mistakes when owner financing real estate
by Christen Reinke

Learn What No One Tells You About Owner Financing Real Estate - Especially Your Realtor! If you'd like to discover the best kept secrets of lenders, pension firms, real estate investors, and professional note buyers, this book is for you...

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