Profit Sharing and Company Performance:2008. Auflage Marija Ugarkovic
Profit Sharing and Company Performance:Auflage 2008 Marija Urgakovic, Marija Ugarkovic
The Sharing: Agnes Lee, French and Company Sherman
Become the CSO - the Chief Story Officer - in your personal life and for your company. A great CSO - Chief Story Officer: Knows how to discover and share their personal story Walks through the fear and digs deep to share meaningful stories Recognizes the power of showing authenticity Does not expect perfection Never judges another´s personal story or insights Enjoys a much more enlightened and connected existence Leads by example in their private life and for the company From living-room story sessions with Steven Spielberg to the board rooms of the most powerful companies in the world such as Apple, The Walt Disney Company, and MetLife, Rodney Henson shares with you the power of personal stories and how they can connect you with people in a more authentic and life-changing way than you could ever imagine. In this social-media frenzied world every individual and company needs a CSO - a Chief Story Officer. People and companies today are losing their ability to connect with others in meaningful, authentic ways. Visit any shopping mall, college campus, or city park, and what do you see? People are focused on their smartphones. They are zombies walking around with their heads down, staring at their screens, bumping into other zombies, but never engaging in conversation. People have been drawn away from communicating through conversation. We are quickly becoming conduits in just another social distribution channel, ingesting and regurgitating others´ links and tweets and shares, and then shutting down without any authentic connection between human beings with souls and emotions. Sadly, our world has settled into this. It´s time to wake up all the zombies. It´s time to start becoming authentic, connected human beings. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Rodney Henson. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/070261/bk_acx0_070261_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Any decision by a company regarding the use of profits to pay tax, remuneration or shareholder returns has ethical implications. Sharing Profits reviews high-profile ethical issues facing companies in how profits are used, and proposes a framework for understanding the ethical implications of decisions.
Crossing Borders - Sharing Journeys:Effective Capacity Building with Immigrant and Refugee Groups Sarah Gleason
Sharing Blessings:Children´s Stories for Exploring the Spirit of the Jewish Holidays. 1. Auflage Rahel Musleah, Michael Klayman
Companies which are active in Competitive Intelligence (CI) face the problem of accessing the employees´ knowledge for specific inquiries. Most of the knowledge and of the intelligence already exists within the company - however, it is not available for the CI-department. This study finds a solution for the problem by taking a view on the inner organization of CI- and knowledge management. It creates a reference framework of strategic knowledge management called the Knowledge House and gives the employees a context they can orientate towards. The objective is to actively anchor the strategic cultivation of knowledge in the company which promotes knowledge sharing. Beyond this strategic approach, knowledge sharing from the employees´ view is outlined. In addition, it is also outlined what preconditions - which go beyond the organizations´ influence - have to be set to make the employees work in a knowledge sharing- promoting environment. The author has studied Non-Profit Management at the University of Applied Sciences in Osnabrück, Germany and at the Saxion Hogeschool Enschede, Netherlands and professionalized in this field for several years. He delved into his long life interest field Strategic Management in his consecutive grade as Master of Business Administration in Stuttgart, Germany, where he currently lives.
Tasha has been Lydia´s dearest friend since junior high school, and when the opportunity to celebrate acing her first college midterm gets them together, she´s excited. This barely legal beauty has a great deal to be excited about as well because Tasha is ready to introduce her to the joys of threesome sex, and for Lydia, that means a whole bunch of firsts including her first lesbian sex and her first anal sex!Warning: This audiobook contains very explicit descriptions of sexual activity during an threesome sex encounter. It includes first lesbian threesome sex, ménage sex, husband share threesome sex, oral threesome sex, deep throat, barely legal threesome sex, and first anal threesome sex. It is intended for mature readers who will not be offended by graphic depictions of sex acts between consenting adults. Here is a preview: Crazy like a fox! he said. He kissed Tasha and ran into the house to shower and change. By the time he returned to the patio, the women had just finished deciding on Mexican food. Of course Tasha knew of a place that delivered, and she instructed Todd to start making margaritas. The three moved to the living room and soon the celebration was in full swing. Lydia was happy. She loved the company, loved the booze, and loved the food when it arrived. The three reminisced and Todd enjoyed the stories Tasha told of various adventures in their upbringing. Once they finished eating, Todd blended up another pitcher of margaritas and they all went out to the patio to relax for a bit. The pitcher was stronger, and after her third margarita, Lydia started to feel the effects of the alcohol. She stared at Tasha. You´re so damn gorgeous, she thought and then gasped when she realized she hadn´t thought it to herself but had actually made the comment out loud. Tasha winked at her and smiled, and Lydia felt heat cover her cheeks as she blushed what she was certain was a deep shade of red. Todd stood up and walked behind Ta... 1. Language: English. Narrator: Amber Grayson Vayle. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/007503/bk_acx0_007503_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Traditional businesses follow a simple formula: create a product or service, sell it, collect money. But in the last few years a fundamentally different model has taken root—one in which consumers have more choices, more tools, more information, and more peer-to-peer power. Pioneering entrepreneur Lisa Gansky calls it the Mesh and reveals why it will dominate the future of business. Mesh companies use social media, wireless networks, and data crunched from every available source to provide people with goods and services at the exact moment they need them, without the burden and expense of owning them outright. Gansky reveals how there is real money to be made and trusted brands and strong communities to be built in helping your customers buy less but use more. Consider the explosive growth of Zipcar. By exploiting the latest technology and making it easy and affordable to have a car whenever you need one, this young company is helping to redefine personal transportation - and deeply worrying its established competitors. Gansky shows how the same pattern is playing out with less famous Mesh companies that are reinventing an enormous range of industries. In the tradition of The Long Tail, The Mesh illustrates a huge opportunity that’s already driving new businesses and renewing old ones. It’s your essential guide to the next wave of information-enabled commerce that’s also improving our communities and our planet. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Lisa Gansky. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/gdan/000466/bk_gdan_000466_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.