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Management Information Systems in Knowledge Economy

P.T. Joseph,Sanjay Mohapatra
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Book Description: PHI Learning, 2008. Softcover. Book Condition: New. . (illustrator). First edition. . This textbook for undergraduate and postgraduate students of management (BBA/MBA) provides comprehensive coverage of business applications of management information systems in today?s new era of knowledge-based economy where the value of a firm?s knowledge assets has become a key resource that can be leveraged into long-term strategic benefits. The text focuses on the information systems requirements vis-a-vis management perspectives required in a business environment. The technology innovations are covered, with particular emphasis on Data Management Systems, Decision Support and Expert Systems. On the other hand, several business applications such as e-commerce and mobile applications, made possible only because of continuing innovations in the field of information and communication technology, are thoroughly treated in the text. Besides, the book covers crucial issues of information security, and legal and ethical issues which are as important both from the point of view of technology and business. The book uses case discussions in each chapter to help students understand MIS practices in organizations. The cases also enable students to grasp how a systemic approach to every functional aspect of management can lead to formulating technology-based strategies in line with corporate goals. The knowledge and information provided in this book will also be of immense value to business managers and practitioners for improving decision making processes and achieving competitive advantage. CONTENTS: Preface 1. Information Systems in the Knowledge Economy 2. Information Systems for Strategic Advantage 3. Database Design and Process Modelling 4. Decision Support and Expert Systems 5. Knowledge Management for Strategic Advantage 6. Computer Communication Systems 7. Information Systems Supporting e-Commerce Models 8. Information Systems for Mobile Commerce 9. Knowledge Management Applications in Business Functions 10. Information System Security 11. Legal and Ethical Issues Index Printed Pages: 560. Bookseller Inventory # 10935

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Business Policy and Strategic Management: Concepts and Applications, Second Edition

Kamala Gollakota,R. Srinivasan,Vipin Gupta
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Book Description: PHI Learning, 2009. Softcover. Book Condition: New. . (illustrator). 2nd edition. . This innovative introduction to business policy and strategic management, covering both the illustrative cases and conceptual foundation, offers authoritative approaches to strategic leadership in emerging markets. Among its many unique features, this comprehensively updated and revised second edition is structured to help students think strategically. The major organizational issues in strategy development are covered through an analytical study of: Nine different perspectives on organization to capture the rich history of the discipline and enlighten the nature of strategy. The concept of strategic intent to guide action. 9-M model to analyze strategies in functional areas of manpower, materials, methods, money, manufacturing, machine, marketing, motivating, and manipulating. Competitive gaming model to strategize different types of market structures. Internetworking model to develop high-performance Internet ventures. Strategic business model to unfold hidden value into new directions. Value model to explain strategic elements of innovation and technology management. Ethical and international issues in the context of corporate governance. Strategic leadership model relevant to the emerging market ground realities. Strategic control model (both balanced and extended scorecard) to explore the influence of environmental and cultural contexts on effective performance. The text is well supported by more than one thousand sources of international research, India-focused case studies and experiential assignments. This comprehensive text on theory and practice of strategic management is a must read for management students as well as business practitioners and consultants. CONTENTS: Preface Acknowledgements Section A: BUSINESS STRATEGY 1. Business Policy and Strategic Management?An Introduction 2. Strategic Intent 3. Business Strategy Formulation 4. Strategic Functions and Functional Strategies 5. Internal Analysis 6. External Analysis 7. Competitive Gaming Strategy Section B: CORPORATE STRATEGY 8. Corporate Strategy Formulation 9. International Strategies 10. Strategic Organizational Design 11. Learning and Knowledge Organization Strategy 12. Public and Non-profit Organizations? Strategy 13. Family and Micro Business Strategy 14. Internetworking and E-Business Strategy Section C: ENACTMENT STRATEGY 15. Strategic Business Model 16. Strategic Innovation and Technology Management 17. Strategic Leadership 18. Corporate Governance and Business Ethics 19. Strategic Planning and Change Management 20. Strategic Control Index Printed Pages: 596. Bookseller Inventory # 10986

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E-Marketing, Fifth Edition

Judy Strauss,Raymond Frost
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Book Description: PHI Learning, 2009. Softcover. Book Condition: New. . (illustrator). 5th or later edition. . This text offers traditional marketing coverage with a twist: its focus is on the Internet and other technologies that have had a profound effect on marketing today. This fifth edition assists all marketers in understanding the Internet and its social media for improving brand images, sales, and profitability. Features : Each chapter is built around the principles of marketing. Coverage of current topics: blogs, social networking, online branding, and search marketing. Point-of-purchase scanning devices, databases, and other offline technologies are also discussed. A graphical framework, in each chapter, shows the relationship between the material in the chapter and other concepts in the same part, helping students make connections. NEW! Chapter and Appendices on Social Media. UPDATED. Chapter opening vignettes examine how real companies are using the Internet for marketing allowing students to see how the concepts they are learning are put into practice. UPDATED. Let`s Get Technical boxes reveal how businesses have capitalized on technological innovations. CONTENTS: Preface About the Authors PART 1 E-Marketing in Context Chapter 1 Past, Present, and Future Chapter 2 Strategic E-Marketing and Performance Metrics Chapter 3 The E-Marketing Plan PART 2 E-Marketing Environment Chapter 4 A World of E-Marketing Opportunities Chapter 5 Ethical and Legal Issues PART 3 E-Marketing Strategy Chapter 6 E-Marketing Research Chapter 7 Consumer Behavior Online Chapter 8 Segmentation and Targeting Strategies Chapter 9 Differentiation and Positioning Strategies PART 4 E-Marketing Management Chapter 10 Product: The Online Offer Chapter 11 Pricing: The Online Value Chapter 12 The Internet for Distribution Chapter 13 E-Marketing Communication Tools Chapter 14 New Digital Media Chapter 15 Customer Relationship Management Appendix A Internet Penetration Worldwide in 2007 Appendix B 50 Social Media Sites Every Marketer Needs Appendix C Glossary Appendix D References Index Printed Pages: 452. Bookseller Inventory # 11202

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Corporate Agility: A Revolutionary New Model for Competing in a Flat World

Charles E. Grantham,Cory Williamson,James P. Ware
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Book Description: PHI Learning, 2008. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. . (illustrator). First edition. . Packed with case studies of companies such as IBM, Hewlett-Packard, etc. who have learnt to stay ahead of the curve, this book provides the blueprint for staying competitive in the global economy. It helps readers learn how they can ensure to stay profitable and sustainable for years to come. The book reveals how to : ? Reduce fixed operational costs by reducing dependence on corporate real estate ? Institutionalize the innovation process to quickly reach to changing marketplace ? Confront the coming ?talent gap? for creative and knowledge-based workers ? Reduce the crippling costs of recruitment and turnover ? Design a productive, clean, comfortable and healthy workplace ? Meet the challenges that come with flexible workplace programs. CONTENTS: Acknowledgments Introduction Chapter 1 More Corporate Agility, Less Corporate Real Estate Putting Workplace Strategies in Place Jones Lang LaSalle Sprint Nextel Hewlett-Packard Chapter 2 The Three Major Business Challenges: Costs, Labor, and Innovation Chapter 3 Reducing Fixed Operating Costs Reducing the Corporate Real Estate Footprint: Additional Means of CRE Cost Reduction Reconfiguring CRE Green Building Choosing a Location Outsourcing Labor Costs Spherion Contingent Workforce Case Study Chapter 4 Attracting and Retaining Human Talent Global Demographic Trends Educational Trends Knowledge Management Attraction and Retention of Labor Meaningful Work Chapter 5 Innovation and Survival Technology and Innovation Company Culture and Innovation Innovation and the Workplace Under Construction Innovation and the Workforce Planting the Seeds of Innovation Chapter 6 The Virtual Workforce The History of Work The Distributed Workforce Resistance to the Distributed Workforce Assessment Productivity Chapter 7 Offices Without Walls The Workplace of the Future Workplace Strategy The Live/Work Project Third Places Business Community Centers Chapter 8 The Well-Designed Workplace The Seven Hallmarks of the Productive Workplace The Seven Hallmarks Exemplified IA Interior Architects Chapter 9 Collaborative Strategic Management A Systems Approach What Does Collaborative Strategic Management Look Like? The Workplace/Workforce Transformation Program Wrapping It All Up Chapter 10 Achieving Corporate Agility Why Now? Change Is More Dramatic Than Ever Why Now? Because the Clock Is Already Ticking Why Now? Technology Is Reshaping Our Work World Leadership and Strategy Questions You Should Be Asking Questions for an Agile Organization Proceeding to Answer the Questions A New Way of Looking at Organizations Final Thought Afterword Notes Index Printed Pages: 0. Bookseller Inventory # 11007

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Information Technology for Management (Second Edition)

Ramesh Behl
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Book Description: Tata McGraw-Hill Education Pvt. Ltd, 2012. Softcover. Book Condition: New. . (illustrator). 2nd edition. . This is an ideal text-book for introductory courses on computers and information technology, primarily for business management students. This new edition continues to focus on application of technology for business decision making. It has been restructured and rewritten with a view to increase the coverage of topics on ?fundamentals? of computers and information technology. At the same time, it provides up-to-date information on technologies and their application for management of business. Table of Contents: Chapter Name SECTION I - Business Organization and Role of Information Technology Case I - IT for Success 1. Introduction to Information Technology 2. Strategic Information Systems SECTION II ? Technology Infrastructure Case II - IT Innovations 3. Computer Hardware and Number Systems 4. Computer Software 5. Networks and Telecommunication Systems SECTION III - Information Technology for Decision Making Case III - IT for Decision Making 6. Excel Based Decision Models 7. Access Based Database Systems 8. SPSS ? A Statistical Tool SECTION IV - Inter and Intra-Organizational Systems Case IV - Enterprise Systems 9. E-business Models 10. Integrated Enterprise Systems SECTION V - Building Intelligent Systems for Businesses Case V ? Smart Knowledge Management means Quick Money 11. Decision Support Systems 12. Knowledge Management and Intelligent Systems SECTION VI ? Planning, Implementing and Managing Information Systems Case VI - Managing IT 13. Planning and Implementing Information Systems 14. Managing Information Systems Printed Pages: 752. Bookseller Inventory # 67323

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Management Information Systems in the Knowledge Economy (Second Edition)

P.T. Joseph,Sanjay Mohapatra
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Book Description: PHI Learning. Softcover. Book Condition: New. . (illustrator). 2nd edition. . The textbook, now in its Second Edition, includes a new chapter on ERP as a Business Enabler. The text continues to provide a comprehensive coverage of business applications of management information systems in today`s new era of knowledge-based economy where the value of a firm`s knowledge assets has become a key source that can be leveraged into long-term benefits. The text focuses on the information systems requirements vis-à-vis management perspectives required in business environment. The technology innovations are covered, with particular emphasis on Data Management Systems, Decision Support and Expert Systems. On the other hand, several business applications such as e-commerce and mobile applications, made possible only because of continuing innovations in the field of information and communications technology (ICT) are thoroughly treated in the text. Besides, the book covers crucial issues of information security, and legal and ethical issues which are important both from the point of view of technology and business. The book uses case discussions in each chapter to help students understand MIS practices in organizations. The cases also enable students to grasp how a systemic approach to every functional aspect of management can lead to formulating technology-based strategies in line with corporate goals. Primarily intended for undergraduate and postgraduate students of management (BBA/MBA), the knowledge and information provided in this book will also be of immense value to business managers and practitioners for improving decision-making processes and achieving competitive advantage. Contents: Preface ? Preface to the First Edition 1. Information Systems in the Knowledge Economy 2. Information Systems for Strategic Advantage 3. Database Design and Process Modelling 4. Decision Support and Expert Systems 5. Knowledge Management for Strategic Advantage 6. Computer Communication Systems 7. Information Systems Supporting e-Commerce Models 8. Information Systems for Mobile Commerce 9. Knowledge Management Applications in Business Functions 10. Information System Security 11. Legal and Ethical Issues 12. ERP as a Business Enabler Index Printed Pages: 560. Bookseller Inventory # 75071

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Management: Leading and Collaborating in the Competitive World (SIE), Eight Edition

Scott Snell,Thomas Bateman
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Book Description: Tata McGraw-Hill Education Pvt. Ltd., 2008. Softcover. Book Condition: New. . (illustrator). 5th or later edition. . Table of contents PART 1 FOUNDATIONS OF MANAGEMENT Chapter 1 Managing Appendix A The Evolution of Management Chapter 2 The External Environment and Organizational Culture Chapter 3 Managerial Decision Making PART 2 PLANNING: DELIVERING STRATEGIC VALUE Chapter 4 Planning and Strategic Management Chapter 5 Ethics and Corporate Responsibility Appendix B The Caux Round Table Principles of Ethics Appendix C Managing in Our Natural Environment Chapter 6 International Management Chapter 7 Entrepreneurship Appendix D Information for Entrepreneurs PART 3 ORGANIZING: BUILDING A DYNAMIC ORGANIZATION Chapter 8 Organization Structure Chapter 9 Organizational Agility Chapter 10 Human Resources Management Chapter 11 Managing the Diverse Workforce PART 4 LEADING: MOBILIZING PEOPLE Chapter 12 Leadership Chapter 13 Motivating for Performance Chapter 14 Teamwork Chapter 15 Communicating PART 5 CONTROLLING: LEARNING AND CHANGING Chapter 16 Managerial Control Chapter 17 Managing Technology and Innovation Appendix E Operations Management in the New Economy Chapter 18 Creating and Managing Change ICFAI CASES Coca-Cola`s Business Practices Kishore Biyani-Pioneering a Retailing Revolution in India Hindustan Motor?s Struggle for Survival Employee Dissatisfaction at Meridian David R Whitwam and Whirlpool Printed Pages: 876. Bookseller Inventory # 17203

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Crafting and Executing Strategy: Concepts and Cases (SIE)

Arthur A. Thompson,John E. Gamble,Margaret A. Peteraf
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Book Description: Tata McGraw-Hill Education Pvt. Ltd, 2012. Softcover. Book Condition: New. . (illustrator). 5th or later edition. . Crafting and Executing Strategy has always been popular due to its mainstream and balanced approach, mirroring both the best academic thinking and the pragmatism of real-world strategic management. The 18th edition continues on the same path but has been thoroughly revised keeping in mind the changes that the business world has seen over the past few years. TABLE OF CONTENTS: Part 1: Concepts and Techniques for Crafting and Executing Strategy Section A: Introduction and Overview Chapter 1: What Is Strategy and Why Is It Important Chapter 2: Leading the Process of Crafting and Executing Strategy Section B: Core Concepts and Analytical Tools Chapter 3: Evaluating a Company?s External Environment Chapter 4: Evaluating a Company?s Resources and Competitive Position Section C: Crafting a Strategy Chapter 5: Five Generic Competitive Strategies--Which One to Employ? Chapter 6: Supplementing the Chosen Competitive Strategy: Other Important Strategy Choices Chapter 7: Strategies for Competing in Foreign Markets Chapter 8: Diversification: Strategies for Managing a Group of Businesses Chapter 9: Ethical Business Strategies, Social Responsibility, and Environmental Sustainability Section D: Executing the Strategy Chapter 10: Building an Organization Capable of Good Strategy Execution Chapter 11: Managing Internal Operations: Actions That Promote Good Strategy Execution Chapter 12: Corporate Culture and Leadership: Keys to Good Strategy Execution Part 2: Cases in Crafting and Executing Strategy 1. Mystic Monk Coffee 2. Whole Foods Market in 2010: Vision, Core Values, and Strategy 3. The O-Fold Innovation for Preventing Wrinkles: A Good Business Opportunity? 4. Axis Bank: Banking on Technology and Market Segments for Competitive Space 5. Competition in Energy Drinks, Sports Drinks, and Vitamin-Enhanced Beverages 6. HT Media ? Facing Competitive & Technological Convergence Challenges in 21st Century 7. Redbox`s Strategy in the Movie Rental Industry 8. Tata-Nano-vation 9. Hewitt Associates Attempting to be Different in a Crowd 10. Apple Inc. in 2010 11. Gap Inc. in 2010: Is the Turnaround Strategy Working? 12. Google?s Strategy in 2010 13. SkyWest, Inc., and the Regional Airline Industry in 2009 14. Vishala Printers ? Challenges of Differentiation in Cluttered Markets 15. Skype versus AT&T and the Future of Telecommunications 16. Sara Lee Corporation in 2011: Has Its Retrenchment Strategy Been Successful? 17. The Taj Hotels ? Attempting a Broad Competitive Global Niche while Maintaining Brand Equity 18. Robin Hood 19. Dilemma at Devil?s Den 20. Southwest Airlines in 2010: Culture, Values, and Operating Practices 21. Namaste Solar 22. Amul ? India?s Pride 23. Starbucks? Strategy and Internal Initiatives to Return to Profitable Growth 24. Norton Lilly International: Implementing Transformational Change in the Shipping Industry 25. Good Hotel: Doing Good, Doing Well? 26. W. L. Gore & Associates: Developing Global Teams to Meet 21st-Century Challenges 27. Flowing Liquor 28. Countrywide Financial Corporation and the Subprime Mortgage Debacle Printed Pages: 1032. Bookseller Inventory # 72793

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Special Economic Zones in India: Financial Inclusion Challenges and Opportunities

P.K. Manoj
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Book Description: Serials Publications, 2009. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. . (illustrator). . Banking system has witnessed unprecedented level of Transformation during the ongoing Reforms regime initiated in the early 1990s. Accordingly, there have been quite a Large number of favourable developments which include, inter alia, growing resilience of the system including gradually Improving Capital adequacy, improved profitability, enhanced Customer service and Productivity primarily emanating from adoption of Advanced technology, steadily declining NPA levels etc. Going ahead along the reforms path, proponents of aggressive liberalization Policies argue in favour of Special Economic Zones (SEZs), Software Technology Parks of India (STPIs) and such other governmental Measures for further improving the global competitiveness and Stability of the financial system as well as the Economy as a whole. On the other extreme, there are growing apprehensions regarding the constantly growing exclusiveness of the system and hence its long-term Sustainability though there have been a few favourable outcomes as noted above. As such, there is a strong argument in favour of social banking and financial inclusion whereby those sections of the Society which are currently outside the ambit of formal system of financial intermediation are sought to be brought within the REACH of financial system by way of appropriate policy initiatives. In the backdrop of the above development dilemma, this Book contains a total of 25 Research papers touching upon a very wide range of issues confronting Indian Banks in the contemporary centrality. These papers range from financial inclusion to SEZs, from Corporate governance to bancassurance, from SARFAESI Act to data mining, and so on. It is expected that this book containing research papers on such a wide range of sub-themes would be immensely valauble to social scientists, technologists, industrialist and academicians. Contents, 1. Internet Banking and Customer Acceptance : The Indian Scenario 2. A Study and Implementation of Classification Algorithms in Data Mining for a Crm Based Banking Application 3. Multi-rater Assessment and Total Quality Management : The Present Need for Banking Sector in India 4. Impact of Microfinance on the Community Development of Rural Society : A Case Study 5. Scaling Up the Microfinance Alternative for Financial Inclusion 6. Financial Inclusion : Challenges and Opportunities in the Liberalised Era 7. ICT and Financial Inclusion : An Indian Perspective 8. NGOs as Intermediaries between Government, Banks and Self Help Groups in Implementation of Micro Credit Schemes 9. Financial Inclusion for Inclusive Growth 10. Housing Finance by Commercial Banks in India in the Emerging Scenario : Some Strategic Imperatives 11. Banking Sector Reforms in India and their Impact 12. Bancassurance : A Marketing Channel 13. Securitisation Act and Financial Assets Restructuring of Indian Banks : An Analysis 14. STP and Risk Management in E-banking 15. The Credit Card as a Credit Scheme : A Success with Some Issues 16. Corporate Governance in Banking and Financial Institutions in India 17. Online Banking in India : Pros and Cons 18. Core Banking System : The Technological Innovation in Banking 19. Basel Accord and Indian Banking Industry in the Liberalised Era 20. Role of Bank Supported Indian SEZs in the Economic Growth 21. Goa Model of SEZ Development in India 22. HR Practices in Indian Banking Sector 23. "Kano Model Applied in Banks to Find Out Customer Satisfaction" 24. A Study on the Impact of Organizational Leadership and Climate on Effectiveness 25. RBI`s Monetary Policy and Stock Market Performance Printed Pages: 425. Bookseller Inventory # 65141

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Management Information Systems In Knowledge Economy

Sanjay Mohapatra and P.T. Joseph, S.J.
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Book Description: PHI Learning. Contents Preface 1 Information Systems in the Knowledge Economy 2 Information Systems for Strategic Advantage 3 Database Design and Process Modelling 4 Decision Support and Expert Systems 5 Knowledge Management for Strategic Advantage 6 Computer Communication Systems  7 Information Systems Supporting e-Commerce Models 8 Information Systems for Mobile Commerce 9 Knowledge Management Applications in Business Functions 10 Information System Security 11 Legal and Ethical Issues Index   This textbook for undergraduate and postgraduate students of management BBAMBA provides comprehensive coverage of business applications of management information systems in today?s new era of knowledge-based economy where the value of a firm?s knowledge assets has become a key resource that can be leveraged into long-term strategic benefits The text focuses on the information systems requirements vis-a-vis management perspectives required in a business environment The technology innovations are covered with particular emphasis on Data Management Systems Decision Support and Expert Systems On the other hand several business applications such as e-commerce and mobile applications made possible only because of continuing innovations in the field of information and communication technology are thoroughly treated in the text Besides the book covers crucial issues of information security and legal and ethical issues which are as important both from the point of view of technology and business The book uses case discussions in each chapter to help students understand MIS practices in organizations The cases also enable students to grasp how a systemic approach to every functional aspect of management can lead to formulating technology-based strategies in line with corporate goals The knowledge and information provided in this book will also be of immense value to business managers and practitioners for improving decision making processes and achieving competitive advantage 560 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 86052

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Business Policy And Strategic Management : Concepts And Applications

Vipin Gupta, Kamala Gollakota and R. Srinivasan
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Book Description: PHI Learning. Second Edition (Revised). Contents Preface  Acknowledgements Section A Business Strategy 1 Business Policy and Strategic Management--An Introduction 2 Strategic Intent  3 Business Strategy Formulation  4 Strategic Functions and Functional Strategies 5 Internal Analysis  6 External Analysis 7 Competitive Gaming Strategy Section B Corporate Strategy  8 Corporate Strategy Formulation 9 International Strategies 10 Strategic Organizational Design  11 Learning and Knowledge Organization Strategy 12 Public and Non-profit Organizations? Strategy 13 Family and Micro Business Strategy  14 Internetworking and E-Business Strategy Section C Enactment Strategy 15 Strategic Business Model 16 Strategic Innovation and Technology Management 17 Strategic Leadership 18 Corporate Governance and Business Ethics 19 Strategic Planning and Change Management 20 Strategic Control Index   This innovative introduction to business policy and strategic management covering both the illustrative cases and conceptual foundation offers authoritative approaches to strategic leadership in emerging markets Among its many unique features this comprehensively updated and revised second edition is structured to help students think strategically 596 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 86273

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Fresh Fingerprints: Cases of Innovations in Public Service Delivery

Anjali Kaushik,Lekha Kumar
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Book Description: Tata McGraw-Hill Education Pvt. Ltd, 2012. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. . (illustrator). First edition. . While the challenges faced in public service delivery are well known, the solutions are not. Innovation and technology have risen to become the fortified spine of the system, with their span and scope widening with each sunset. Such is the power of technology combined with the spark of ideation that the world has become the world we see today from the primeval basics. Fresh Fingerprints acknowledges and documents the innovative initiatives undertaken by the Indian Government, both state and central, leveraging the platform of e-Governance. The 14 projects in the book are the handpicked choices made after a review of almost 1000 e-Governance initiatives from diverse sectors that include education, health, agriculture, tax administration, to name a few. This book analyzes the projects and explores the challenges faced in governance. It demystifies the process of innovation-driven transformations by emphasizing critical dilemmas and opportunities, using real-life examples. Its insightful analyses of the use of strategic innovations in resolving these conflicts, helps formulate a strong and pragmatic approach for ushering transformations in the delivery of public services. It offers authentic data and facts not easily available in the public domain. The unique features the book offers are: 14 case studies of recognized innovative projects of the Indian Government in a variety of sectors. Experiences shared directly by the project champions, supported by authentic data not easily available. Documentation of the inventive spirit of the Government, in its efforts to improve delivery of public services. Keen and incisive review by experts in the e-Governance domain. A compelling read for policy makers, public administrators, practitioners, social entrepreneurs, academicians and scholars, this book would also be of great value to the e-Governance community at large which believes in the transformative potential of emerging technologies. TABLE OF CONTENTS: Introduction Case Studies 1. Fire Alert and Messaging System 2. Health Insurance for the Masses-The Aarogyasri Experience 3. Promoting the Cause of Renewable Energy in Jharkhand 4. i-GeoApproach Based Approach for Planning Rural Road Connectivity 5. e-Krishi Kiran-Scientific Farming through e-Extension 6. Mobile Technology based Reservoir Management System 7. Tax Return Preparer Scheme (TRPS) 8. SmartCard Project, Andhra Pradesh 9. AASTHI-A GIS Based Property Tax Information System 10. e-Sanchar-e-Speech Application Through Network of Communication, Help and Response 11. City Health Line 12. Aarogyam-Freedom from Illness 13. Disaster Management Information System (DMIS) 14. NI-On-Using Technology for Learner Support in Open Schooling Bibliography Printed Pages: 268. Bookseller Inventory # 70306

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Knowledge Management

A C Mittal and B S Sharma
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Book Description: Vista International, New Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Book Condition: As New. New. Contents Introduction. Preface. 1. Knowledge management methods and practices. 2. Knowledge based technology. 3. Knowledge management technology. 4. Social factors in knowledge management. 5. Integrating knowledge management. 6. Knowledge management framework. 7. Strategic knowledge exchange. 8. Knowledge usage behaviour. 9. Linking e business and operating processes. 10. Intranets in knowledge management. Bibliography. Index. Knowledge Management (KM) may refer to the ways organisations gather manage and use the knowledge that they acquire. It is a new concept in the business sector. Recognising the importance of knowledge as a key resource many companies have started implementing knowledge management policies. Knowledge is even more central in diplomacy than in the business sector. The book covers a wide range of topics beginning with a general introduction to the concept of knowledge management. It can serve as a colourful snapshot of the most recent innovations in knowledge management. There is thorough discussion of several knowledge management methodologies as well as specific tools for carrying out knowledge management initiatives. This book will be an essential reference tool for general managers strategic planning professionals human resource professionals business school faculty and students sociologists psychologists and economists. 280 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 61847

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Mountain Technology Agenda : Status Gaps and Possibilities : Developing Appropriate Technologies

Anil P Joshi; Sunil K Agarwal and Rakesh Kumar
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Book Description: BSMPS, Dehra Dun, 2006. Hardbound. Book Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. Preface. I. Introduction Mountain development future vision/Anil P. Joshi and Sunil K. Agarwal. II. Cross Cutting Issues and Case Studies A. Promoting Agro Horticulture for Livelihood Security 1. Institutional challenges for mountain agricultural development with natural resource management in Uttaranchal/Narendra Kumar. 2. Technological interventions for enhancing agricultural productivity in mountain eco systems of North West Himalayas/H.S. Gupta and S. Kundu. 3. The present status gaps and possibilities of horticulture and post harvest technologies in the Himalayan States of India/Susanta K. Roy. 4. Appropriate technologies for hill farmers/Mukesh Joshi Deepa Bisht D.S. Rawat and L.M.S. Palni. 5. Sustenance of crop diversity and nutritional security/S.R. Thakur. 6. Conserving traditional food plants for nutritional and livelihood security/Padma Vasudevan Seema Mishra Jigyasa Gupta and Satyawati Sharma. 7. Farm based appropriate technologies for capacity building of mountain farmers and rural women a case study from Sikkim Himalaya/K.K. Singh A.P. Krishna L.K. Rai and Y.K. Rai. 8. HESCO's initiative in horticultural processing and value addition spread effect in Uttaranchal through a network of NGOS/Anil P. Joshi. B. Technology and Sustainable Development Emerging Issues 1. Building on traditional technologies for sustainable mountain development/K.G. Saxena K.S. Rao and R.K. Maikhuri. 2. Technology on the move in the Himalayan region from empowerment to sustainable livelihoods/Sunil K. Agarwal and Anil P. Joshi. 3. Mountain technology in Uttaranchal the possibilities/P.C. Joshi. 4. Sustainable development of mountainous regions for innovations and technology transfer/Lal Singh. 5. Bio tourism sustainable developmental option for the mountain communities/S.D. Kashyap and K.K. Raina. C. Improving Natural Resource Management 1. Sustainable mountain agriculture and rural livelihoods through participatory watershed development lessons from Doon Valley/K.K. Raina Keith Virgo and John Roe. 2. Water resource management in the Central Himalaya a case study/R.K. Maikhuri and K.S. Rao. 3. Traditional knowledge and management of natural resources in the Aravali Hills around Khetri Block Distt. Jhunjhunu (Raj.)/P.K. Bhatnagar. D. Supporting Biodiversity Conservation and Value Addition 1. Conceptual and policy implication for biodiversity valuation in mountain areas/K.K. Raina and S.D. Kashyap. 2. Biodiversity in cold deserts of Western Himalayas issues and interventions/K.S. Kapoor. 3. Herbal wealth of Uttaranchal potential and prospects/Uppeandra Dhar. 4. Herbal medicines relevance to mountain development/N.S. Chauhan. 5. Low tech agro technologies in Hilly areas an attempt to convert R & D leads into technologies/M.K. Kaul S.K. Bakshi and G.N. Qazi. 6. Opportunities for cultivation and processing of economic plants in Uttaranchal India/D.K. Mishra. 7. Lantana whose weed anyway developing strategic directions for integrated utilization and control/Sudhender Sharma. 8. Parthenium a deadly exotic weed/Richa Joshi and Anil P. Joshi. 9. Enterprise based conservation a case study on orchid cultivation from Arunachal Pradesh Eastern Himalaya/Sudipto Chatterjee Rajeev Semwal and Pijush Kumar Dutta. E. Towards Integrated Development for Rural Transformation 1. Rural resource centres need for their establishment for enhancing livelihood opportunities and ecological health in the mountains/Lok Man S. Palni Dewan S. Rawat and Mukesh Joshi. 2. Integrated development of village Dudhai through science and technology intervention/D. Raghunandan. 3. Koti a developed village/Rakesh Kumar and R. Dobhal. F. Strengthening Animal Husbandry Activities 1. Strategies for high altitude fisheries development to generate employment/P.V. Dehadrai. 2. Livestock rearing and veterinary care with value addition in mountain and Hilly areas/S.B. Gokhale. G. Gender Sensitive Developmental Approach and Communication Needs 1. U probe blending of mountai. Bookseller Inventory # 59394

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Modern Business Environment : Changes and Innovations

K N S Kang; Pawan Taneja; Sandhir Sharma and P P Singh
(New Delhi, DELHI, India)
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Book Description: Deep and Deep, New Delhi, 2005. Hardbound. Book Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. Introduction. I. Change and innovation in modern business 1. Advantage India excellence through change and innovation/Veena K. Arora. 2. Changing definitions/Pawan Kumar Taneja and Pavitar Parkash Singh. 3. Living with change a strategic perspective/Khushdeep Dharni. 4. Harnessing innovation for strategic competitive advantage/Manju Nair. 5. Mantra for change/Pavitar Parkash Singh Sarbjit Singh and Deepak Gupta. II. Financial changes and innovations 6. Financial innovations/A. Mustafa. 7. New financial derivatives/J. Raja. 8. Financial innovation Indian derivative market/Pallavi Dawra. 9. Corporate disclosure in changing environment/R.L. Behl. 10. Innovations in stock market/R.K. Gupta and A.K. Vashisht. 11. Indian corporate securities market emerging trends/G.S. Batra and Mahesh Joshi. 12. Capital market reforms changing organizational structure of stock exchange/Pawan Kumar Taneja and Rajesh Marwaha. 13. Emerging challenges in Indian public banking/Harpinder Kaur Gill. 14. Financial services in the Indian banking sector emerging dimensions/Narinder Kaur. 15. Scope of BPO in financial sector/Shweta Kapoor and Cheenu Garg. III. Marketing changes and innovations 16. Marketing innovations in 4X4 SUV marketing/Sunil Pevekar and K. Elangchezhian. 17. Innovations in marketing a case study of rural markets/Arunesh Garg and Gautam Bansal. 18. Marketing innovation/Sapna Hooda. 19. Customer relationship management/Shafali Nagpal and Ashvine Sharma. 20. Managing change with CRM/Irrenpreet Singh Sanghotra. 21. CRM issues in implementation/Pavitar Parkash Singh and Parampreet Singh. 22. Challenges customer satisfaction in the globalize era/B. Balamurugan and J.P.S. Kirubakaran. 23. TQM a technique to manage quality/Rajinder Kaur and Rajwinder Singh. IV. Technological changes and innovations 24. Management of technological changes/Kalyan Kumar De. 25. Technological innovations/Anshu Dhansoia. 26. India's information technology sector contribution to broader economic development/Ruchi Goyal and Samarjeet Kaur Sandhu. 27. From E Commerce to M Commerce fire of wireless technology/Pankaj Madan and Gagan Varshney. 28. Supply chain management in E economy a value chain perspective/D.K. Aggarwal and Sandhir Sharma. 29. E learning an emerging dimension/S.H. Abbas Mehdi. 30. Develop own E Business strategies for future growth/Mahesh Kumar Sharma. 31. Technological innovation and the education industry/Sanket Vij Anju Gakhar and Anil Vashisht. V. Human resource changes and innovations 32. Managing challenges of change and innovation through human resources/G. Subramanian. 33. HR innovation the key to success and survival/Sukhjinder Bath. 34. Changes and innovations in human resource management/Nirmala Devi. 35. HR innovations in the Indian corporates/Sandhya Mehta. 36. Handling change the HR perspective/Aparna Raj and A.K. Saxena. 37. HR innovative strategies a new paradigm shift/Anupam Bhaskar and Shilpa Bhaskar. 38. Job sculpting the new HR mantra of recruiting and retaining the talent/Pranali Zodape. 39. Innovations in employee development/Hitesh Vashisht and Munish Sharma. Select bibliography. Index. We are living in very exciting times. Indian economy is now prepared for a steady significant growth in the coming two decades. Goldman Sachs global economic power study has clearly brought into focus the likely economic power shift the current G 6 led by USA to the emerging large economies of Brazil Russia India and China (BRIC) during the next fifty years. As per the forecast India will become not only the third largest economy but also the fastest growing. The challenges of change are multi faced and rate of change is very fast. Only those industries and organizations are going to survive and grow in future which will be able to proactively respond and adjust to new circumstances. For this purpose business manager must firstly understand what are various kind of changes going on and what the innovative strategies are followed by. Bookseller Inventory # 54742

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E Modern Marketing(Chinese Edition)

JI SHOU FENG
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Book Description: paperback. Book Condition: New. Ship out in 2 business day, And Fast shipping, Free Tracking number will be provided after the shipment.Paperback. Pub Date :2006-06-12 Publisher: the Beijing Workers basic information title: Modern Marketing List Price: 22.5 yuan Author: JI Shou peaks Press: Beijing Industry University Publication Date :2006-06-12ISBN: 9787563911622 Number of words: Page : Revision: Version 1 Format: Folio: 32 commodity identification: B00116JG02 Editor's Choice No Summary No Table of Contents Chapter 1 Introduction Section I of marketing in section II of the marketing marketing management of the third quarter market section II of the meaning and content of the marketing concept of the fourth quarter of customer satisfaction with the customer delivered value of the second chapter of marketing research and prediction of the first marketing research market research steps and methods section III of the market forecast overview of the fourth quarter market Chapter modern technology marketing research marketing analysis of the first section of marketing environment analysis Section II competitor analysis Section III consumer market buying behavior of the markets of the fourth quarter organizations purchase behavior of market segmentation analysis of Chapter IV Section I Section II of the concept of market segmentation and the role of market segmentation on the basis of Section III of market segmentation step II Section I of the target market and market positioning select target market meaning select target market conditions select target market type the third quarter to the fourth quarter target market strategy section V of market positioning concept and process and Classification Section VI product positioning Chapter VI of the importance of the marketing strategy and the strategy of the first section of marketing strategy section II Section II product mix decisions the third quarter of the overall concept of marketing strategic planning to develop the third quarter market or marketing strategy and tactics of the fourth quarter marketing mix strategy Chapter VII of the product strategy. the first section products brand decision-making Section IV products Section II of section V of the life cycle of the new product development strategy Chapter VIII of the pricing strategy of the first section the factors that affect product pricing pricing objectives and pricing methods section III. Chapter of the product pricing strategy of pricing strategy the fourth quarter distribution channel strategies first the design and management of the third quarter of the role of the section of the distribution channels and the type of section II distribution channels middlemen Section 4 the tenth chapter of the enterprise e-commerce promotion strategy section I of the promotional mix Section II advertising promotion . Chapter XI market Chapter 14 of the Chapter 12 of the Marketing Innovation Services Marketing Chapter XIII International Marketing Chapter 15 of the marketing organization and control 21st Century Marketing Outlook Postscript of No Digest No media recommended NoFour Satisfaction guaranteed,or money back. Bookseller Inventory # FT032100

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Human Resource Management in the New Global Order : Challenges and Opportunities

Deepak K. Sahoo and Chandrakanta Sahoo
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Book Description: Enkay Pub, 2012. Contents Preface 1 Introduction 2 Basics of Human Resource Management 3 Information technology and contemporary HRM 4 Personality traits and career satisfaction of human resource professionals 5 Emerging trends of human resource management 6 The quintessence of human resources management in the twenty-first century 7 Recession the effects on HR 8 Strategic human resource planning 9 Information technology and human resource planning 10 Strategic human resources management 11 E-HRM innovation or irritation 12 Internet and IT on human resource management 13 Career in human resources 14 Career planning process and its role in human resource development 15 Human Resource Management in the International Trade Centre 16 Managing human rights and human resources 17 Role of human resource management in corporate social responsibility Bibliography IndexHuman Resources Management is the management of an organization?s employees This includes employment and arbitration in accord with the law and with a company?s directives But these traditional expressions are becoming less common for the theoretical discipline Sometimes even employee and industrial relations are confusingly listed as synonyms although these normally refer to the relationship between management and workers and the behavior of workers in companies The theoretical discipline is based primarily on the assumption that employees are individuals with varying goals and needs and as such should not be thought of as basic business resources such as trucks and filing cabinets Human Resource Management is seen by practitioners in the field as a more innovative view of workplace management than the traditional approach 280 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 100773

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Practical application of the Balanced Scorecard

JIN YAN
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Book Description: paperback. Book Condition: New. Ship out in 2 business day, And Fast shipping, Free Tracking number will be provided after the shipment.Pages Number: 178 Publisher: Horizon Press. Pub. Date :2004-2-1. Balanced Scorecard (The Balance Scorecard. referred to as BSC) the advent of breaking the traditional focus only on financial indicators of performance management. Traditional financial accounting model can only measure of past events (the result of factors behind). the input can not be forward-looking assessment of the organization (the leading drivers). In the industrial era. focusing on financial indicators of management or effective. But in the information society. the traditional performance management approach is not comprehensive. organizations must by customers. suppliers. employees. organizational processes. technology and innovation. and other inputs. achieve sustained development of competitive power. It is based on this understanding. the Balanced Scorecard approach that companies from different point of view to a comprehensive and balanced look at their own performance. The Balanced Scorecard objectives and evaluation indicators derived from the organizational strategy. it is the organization's mission and strategy into tangible objectives and measurable indicators. BSC is currently in the United States and the world's top 500 companies are very popular. the Balanced Scorecard is a strategic core implementation tools. a new performance measurement model. It is a multi-dimensional management system. through the four levels - financial. customer. internal processes and employee learning ability - to implement the strategic management. Current managers of the Balanced Scorecard business full of curiosity. worship and even prejudices. Many companies seem to understand the concept of the Balanced Scorecard is unclear. but in the use of it. Faced with this situation. we hope this book will really be able to help the Balanced Scorecard concept. ideas. co-ordinated with the management skills. presented to the needs of its corporate management. While the experience of the enterprises to implement the Balanced Scorecard approach to cases to share with you. Book the use of plain text. image representation of the Balanced Scorecard theory and practice made simple systematic instructions. The authors hope spread through the book. for more who want to know the Balanced Scorecard to provide a reference. Contents: Preface Chapter 1 Introduction 1.1 1.2 times the strategic management of corporate strategy 1.3 Strategic planning and implementation status of the analytical mode Chapter 2.1 Balanced Scorecard 2.2 Balanced Scorecard Balanced Scorecard origin Scorecard and its role in the manifestation of the Balanced Scorecard 2.3 2.4 Difficulties in the implementation strategy? Chapter four-dimensional perspective of the Balanced Scorecard 3.1 financial point of view - BSC customer perspective the focus of 3.2 - BSC's balance 3.3 internal processes perspective - BSC's key learning point of 3.4 - BSC indicators of the Balanced Scorecard Chapter IV point 4.1 financial indicators designed to target customers design design 4.2 4.3 4.4 internal processes of learning and development indicators. indicators of Chapter 5 balanced scorecard information technology .1 e-BSC software. financial software 5.2 e-BSC clients in 5.3 e-BSC software processes 5.4 e-BSC software to implement balanced scorecard learning essentials Chapter 6. 1 implementation of the Balanced Scorecard Balanced Scorecard implementation steps 6.2 erroneous implementation of the Balanced Scorecard 6.3 Notes Chapter VII Case Study 7.1 IT Industry Case Study - Mai Teer Company 7.2 Retail Case Study - Department Stores near to hi real estate Case Study 7.3 - 7.4 Manufacturing domain Overseas Property Case Study - Sheng Yate'sFour Satisfaction guaranteed,or money back. Bookseller Inventory # L46446

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First growth success: Liu Business Intelligence ocean Genuine Mall(Chinese Edition)

WANG YANG ZHU BIAN
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Book Description: paperback. Book Condition: New. Ship out in 2 business day, And Fast shipping, Free Tracking number will be provided after the shipment.Paperback. Pub Date :2012-10-01 Pages: 336 Publisher: Anhui People basic information title: growth and success: Liu Business Intelligence ISBN: 9787212056360 Press: Anhui People Author: Wang Yang. editor of original price: 34.8 yuan Publication date :2012-10-1 Price: the 20.2 yuan Revision: 1 Binding: Paperback Words: Page: 336 Folio: 16 Weight: Editor's Choice the business sector Wizards talk business series. you pass the most valuable the commercial wisdom! The series. aimed to study the management of China's famous entrepreneurs thinking its management philosophy. summarizing the outstanding entrepreneurs in China in the long-term practice management results. the formation of a set of the most valuable China Business Intelligence Series . Abstract Liu's road to success is the envy of his successful practice and exciting theoretical results gave a deep inspiration and guidelines for different industry operators. The the book Liu and Lenovo course the main line. combined with Lenovo's development in the history of the classic case of the key issues in the business. such as management. business. marketing. branding. finance. personnel. services to be thorough and meticulous parsing readers you can experience the real charismatic and management skills. and gain valuable experience. Directory introduction leadership rather than management pioneered the the Liu era of founder of the association so that when the president Chapter 1 Strategic Operations occasion to government-run private leap beyond the management of Chapter 2 of the development of short-board learning management of the core competitiveness Liu Chuanzhi Troika internal evolution Chapter 3 to build strong brands to develop synonymous with market changes in the development of new ideas for change and innovation by brand association brand what brand of the road Chapter 4: Chapter 5 of technological innovation enable marketers to be more creative concept of the marketing curve agents to promote production run the company is to do the screening of the human talent Chapter 6 the ceiling stage leadership team successful handover Chapter 7 culture is the soul survival hormones: the cultural spirit of the formation of a learning team Chapter 8 service-oriented customer first. Lenovo first Services: a new model of the the two standardized operation of the service economy distant Cheese Chapter 9 win in the capital era and capital dialogue never lied to investors to Chapter 10 of the myth of the new capital movement to open up a new investment globalization territory to advance overseas international goal for standard Chapter 12. the implementation of the the e management business strategy electronic Lenovo the way to build aircraft carrier spin-off cross-century dream Appendix: Liu legend References Author expanse of water. the well-known management consulting experts. Chinese enterprises intended to Chapter 11 overseas Internet temptation Growth director of the Research Center. Beijing Technology and Business University associate professor and long follow-up study of Haier. He is the author of enterprise management merchandising and other works of the wealth expedition. Abstracts preambleFour Satisfaction guaranteed,or money back. Bookseller Inventory # FT059156

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Book Description: paperback. Book Condition: New. Ship out in 2 business day, And Fast shipping, Free Tracking number will be provided after the shipment.Paperback. Pub Date :2012-09-01 Pages: 327 Publisher: Anhui People Title: grow successful: Liu Business Intelligence List Price: 34.80 yuan Author: ocean Press: Anhui People's Publishing House Publication Date: 2012 September 1 ISBN: 9787212056360 Words: Page: 327 Edition: 1st Edition Binding: Paperback: Weight: 522 g Editor's Choice Business Wizards of Commerce in series: the first grow successfully Liu Business Intelligence Editor's Choice: Business Wizards talk business series of books for you to pass the most valuable business intelligence in China! The series. aimed to study the management of China's famous entrepreneurs thinking its management philosophy. summarizing the outstanding entrepreneurs in China in the long-term practice management results. the formation of a set of the most valuable China Business Intelligence Series . Executive Summary Business Wizards of Commerce in series: the first growth after successful Liu Liu and Lenovo course the main line. combined with Lenovo's development in the history of the classic case of the key issues in the business. such as management. business. marketing of business intelligence. brand. finance. personnel. and services to be thorough and meticulous analysis. from which readers can experience real charisma and managerial skills. gain valuable experience. Liu's road to success for the industry operators are the envy of his successful practice and the wonderful theoretical results gave a deep inspiration and guidelines. Contents Preface Introduction leadership rather than management pioneered the the Liu era of Lenovo founder of such an occasion when the president Chapter 1 Strategic Operations leapfrog development government-run private short board Chapter 2 Management learning beyond the management of the core competitiveness Liu Troika internal evolution Chapter 3 to build strong brands to develop synonymous with market changes in the development of new ideas for change and innovation by brand association brand what brand of the road Chapter 4: Chapter 5 of technological innovation enable marketers to be more creative concept of marketing curve Agent Chapter 6 to promote production run the company is to do the screening of the human talent ceiling stage leadership team culture is the soul survive hormones: cultural spirit of the formation of a learning team Chapter 8 service-oriented customer first successful transfer of the Chapter 7. Lenovo the second standardized operation of the new service economy mode service: the distant Cheese Chapter 9 win in capital era and capital dialogue never lied to investors to Chapter 10 of the myth of the new capital movement to open up a new investment globalization territory to advance overseas international target for standard . meaning the temptation in the the Overseas Chapter 11 Internet introduced expanse of water. the well-known management consultants. implementation the e management business strategy electronic the the Chapter 12 Lenovo the way to build aircraft carrier spin-off cross-century dream Appendix: Liu Legends Reference of China business growth director of the Research Center. Beijing Technology and Business University associate professor. long follow-up study of Haier. He is the author of enterprise management merchandising and other works of the wealth expedition. Abstracts preambleFour Satisfaction guaranteed,or money back. Bookseller Inventory # FU007340

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9787212056360 grow successful: Liu Business Intelligence(Chinese Edition)

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Book Description: paperback. Book Condition: New. Ship out in 2 business day, And Fast shipping, Free Tracking number will be provided after the shipment.Paperback. Pub Date :2012-09-01 Pages: 327 Publisher: Anhui People Title: grow successful: Liu Business Intelligence List Price: 34.80 yuan Author: ocean Press: Anhui People's Publishing House Publication Date: 2012 September 1 ISBN: 9787212056360 Words: Page: 327 Edition: 1st Edition Binding: Paperback: Weight: 522 g Editor's Choice Business Wizards of Commerce in series: the first grow successfully Liu Business Intelligence Editor's Choice: Business Wizards talk business series of books for you to pass the most valuable business intelligence in China! The series. aimed to study the management of China's famous entrepreneurs thinking its management philosophy. summarizing the outstanding entrepreneurs in China in the long-term practice management results. the formation of a set of the most valuable China Business Intelligence Series . Executive Summary Business Wizards of Commerce in series: the first growth after successful Liu Liu and Lenovo course the main line. combined with Lenovo's development in the history of the classic case of the key issues in the business. such as management. business. marketing of business intelligence. brand. finance. personnel. and services to be thorough and meticulous analysis. from which readers can experience real charisma and managerial skills. gain valuable experience. Liu's road to success for the industry operators are the envy of his successful practice and the wonderful theoretical results gave a deep inspiration and guidelines. Contents Preface Introduction leadership rather than management pioneered the the Liu era of Lenovo founder of such an occasion when the president Chapter 1 Strategic Operations leapfrog development government-run private short board Chapter 2 Management learning beyond the management of the core competitiveness Liu Troika internal evolution Chapter 3 to build strong brands to develop synonymous with market changes in the development of new ideas for change and innovation by brand association brand what brand of the road Chapter 4: Chapter 5 of technological innovation enable marketers to be more creative concept of marketing curve Agent Chapter 6 to promote production run the company is to do the screening of the human talent ceiling stage leadership team culture is the soul survive hormones: cultural spirit of the formation of a learning team Chapter 8 service-oriented customer first successful transfer of the Chapter 7. Lenovo the second standardized operation of the new service economy mode service: the distant Cheese Chapter 9 win in capital era and capital dialogue never lied to investors to Chapter 10 of the myth of the new capital movement to open up a new investment globalization territory to advance overseas international target for standard . meaning the temptation in the the Overseas Chapter 11 Internet introduced expanse of water. the well-known management consultants. implementation the e management business strategy electronic the the Chapter 12 Lenovo the way to build aircraft carrier spin-off cross-century dream Appendix: Liu Legends Reference of China business growth director of the Research Center. Beijing Technology and Business University associate professor. long follow-up study of Haier. He is the author of enterprise management merchandising and other works of the wealth expedition. Abstracts preambleFour Satisfaction guaranteed,or money back. Bookseller Inventory # FU028184

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Motor vehicles and parts sales

LI MAO YONG
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Book Description: paperback. Book Condition: New. Ship out in 2 business day, And Fast shipping, Free Tracking number will be provided after the shipment.Pages Number: 251 Publisher: Shandong Science and Technology Press Pub. Date :2007-3-1. Elaborating on the materials of modern marketing theory. based on close contact with China's auto market situation. a more systematic introduction to the car company's strategic planning and marketing management. automotive marketing. environment analysis. automotive marketing research and market forecasts. the automotive market segmentation. target market selection and market positioning. vehicle users buying behavior analysis. automotive product strategy. pricing strategy car. car sales channel strategy . car marketing strategy. automotive marketing practices. automotive marketing innovation system. auto parts marketing. The book in front of each chapter learning objectives and knowledge points. a summary of each chapter and think about and practice questions. each chapter there is a certain marketing instances. to facilitate the reader to more easily grasp the contents of the book. Book is easy to understand. practical and strong. both as a professional vocational auto-related materials. automotive marketing practitioners are also available for learning reference. Contents: Introduction Chapter 1. Section 1 Overview of China's auto market. the first two characteristics of China's auto market operation abstracts a rational view of the world's second-largest auto sales growth in China's Digest 2 China car sales in 2005 over 5.9 million ranked second in the world bit thinking and exercises in Chapter 2 automotive marketing environment analysis Section 1 Overview of automotive marketing environment Section 2 macro-environment analysis of automotive marketing. automotive marketing. Section 3 Analysis Section 4 micro-environment auto companies to adapt to environmental change strategies Digest 1 Chery: Beijing Hyundai desperate Digest 2: most drastic thinking and exercises in Chapter 3 car marketing research and market forecast Section 1 automotive marketing research in Section 2 auto market demand forecast Section 3 car marketing information systems thinking and practice questions Chapter 4 car market segmentation. target market selection and market position in Section 1 Section 2 of the automotive market segmentation target market strategy car Section 3 auto market positioning and thinking exercises in Chapter 5 car user purchase behavior analysis in Section 1 auto car user classification in Section 2 individual user buying behavior analysis in section 3 Automotive Group organized the purchase of thought and behavior analysis exercises in Chapter 6 Section 1 automotive car product strategy. product portfolio strategy in section 2 of automotive products and strategies of the life cycle Section 3 cars new product development strategy Section 4 brands of automotive products and trademarks strategic thinking and exercises Chapter 7 Section 1 car pricing car prices. and factors affecting the composition of the first two car pricing procedures and methods of Section 3 car pricing and strategic thinking exercises in Chapter 8 car distribution channel strategy in Section 1 Overview of automotive distribution channels. distribution channels. the first two cars in the first three car broker sales channel management thinking and practice questions Chapter 9 car Section 1 marketing strategy marketing strategy combination car car ads section 2. section 3 promotion strategy to promote automobile sales car sales strategy in Section 4 Section 5 staff marketing strategy marketing thinking and public relations exercises Chapter 10 Section 1 Automotive Marketing Practice vehicle manufacturers and car dealers car sales practices in Section 2 Section 3 network service practice management thinking and practice exercises Chapter 11 automotive marketing innovation system. integrated marketing communication Section 1 Section 2 Section 3 of automotive e-commerce ne. Bookseller Inventory # L65422

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Enterprise business electronic Introduction [Paperback]

BEN SHE.YI MING
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Book Description: paperback. Book Condition: New. Ship out in 2 business day, And Fast shipping, Free Tracking number will be provided after the shipment.Paperback. Theory of Pages. Number: 242 Language: Simplified Chinese Publisher: Science Press; 1st edition (January 1. 2004). Book is enterprise business application of electronic Books Master. the book systematically expounded the connotation of the enterprise business electronic: Business and activities. electronic technology for the use of all business activities of enterprises should achieve the general requirements for electronic management. a comprehensive description of the enterprise business electronic content. and gives the enterprise business electronic System of ideas. The book is an enterprise information from a unique perspective to understand the application of reading. the book's contents will help readers to deepen the understanding of the concept of e-enterprise business. help to promote the use and development of enterprise information. The book is available as a corporate mid-level and above managers. leaders of relevant departments and all kinds of information at all levels of management. colleges and universities of professional teachers and students training materials and learning reference. Contents: Chapter 1 enterprise business electronic evolution 1.1 enterprise business electronic necessity 1.1.1 to establish a rapid response mechanism to select 1.1.2 maintain a sustainable competitive advantage. an important condition for 1.2 business-to-business electronic urgent needs of 1.2. Zhejiang Forestry College Survey Report (Summary) 1.2.2 2003 Chinese large enterprise information technology survey report (summary) 1.3 enterprise information management system of evolution 1.3.1 Information Management from manual processing to the computer processing and networking processing 1.3. from the EC. CRM. SCM enterprise business electronic model innovation Chapter 2 Enterprise Business electronic connotation 2.1 business electronic business activities with IT. the combination of 2.1.2 combined with 2.1.1 business activities and IT implementation real time of 2.2 customer-centric business activities of the whole process of electronic 2.2.1 Customer Satisfaction Center on the 2.2.2 e-commerce is an electronic enterprise business content 2.2.3 The customer-centric. market oriented to achieve the business activities of the whole process of e-2.3 process. interactive. collaborative technology 2.3.1 process: the value embedded in the interactive process between 2.3.2: management capabilities to improve the way 2.3.3 synergy of: gaining access to important source of competitive advantage 2.4 supply chain and supply chain competition 2.4.1 2.4.2 integrated supply chain and supply chain of the supply chain competition 2.5 collaborative integrated enterprise business development of e-strategy 2.5.1 E-commerce interoperability integration of the strategic requirements of 2.5.2 Collaborative Integrated 3.1 3.1.1 from the conversion of the Dow (China) Pharmaceutical means of communication to enhance the comprehensive competitiveness of enterprises 3.1 enhance the comprehensive competitiveness of enterprises is the role of Chapter 3 of the big trends in the enterprise business electronic. 2 enhance the comprehensive competitiveness of enterprises the key is to enhance the comprehensive competitiveness of enterprises 3.1.3 The application of enterprise business electronic commerce electronic 3.2 to provide leadership decision-support 3.2.1 Decision Support is a high-end applications for enterprise business electronically 3.2.2 through enterprise business electronic applications to improve the efficiency of the corporate decision-making 3.3 to improve the adaptability to the market 3.3.1 enhance their market ability to respond to the key lies in the rapid processing of information 3.3.2 application enterprise business electronically enhance the adaptability to the market 3.4 integration and optimization of resources 3.4.1 The. Bookseller Inventory # LW1569

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Customer relationship management in the electricity reform environment(Chinese Edition)

DIAO BAI QING . ZHOU ZUN GUO BIAN ZHU
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Book Description: paperback. Book Condition: New. Ship out in 2 business day, And Fast shipping, Free Tracking number will be provided after the shipment.Paperback. Pub Date :2004-12-01 Publisher: China Electric Power Press & nbsp basic information about the title: Customer Relationship Management electricity reform environment Original Price: $ 30 in Zhou Zunguo: Diaobai Qing. Editor Publisher: China Electric Power Press & ; nbsp; the Xinhua Te Jiashu published date :2004-12-1ISBN: 7508324390 Number of words: Page: Revision: Binding: Folio: Size and weight: Edit recommend the executive summary book closely around the national grid system and priorities for the coming period quality service. enterprise information strategy on electricity reform under the new situation. the customer service strategy profound discussion. from the perspective of management innovation. technological innovation. service innovation. customer service in the situation of the market economy The idea of ??change. and the reorganization of the internal organizational structure and business processes specific application of the content of the the electricity customer relationship management system detail. modern customer service center of cutting-edge technology in the future. and the Shandong Electric Power Group Corporation Customer Service Center The construction and operation experience a comprehensive summary of the prospect of cutting-edge technology and modern customer service center. Book both philosophy of innovation. but also the realization of the technology. but also to explore the relationship between the CRM system and on other relevant information. content rich. informative and forth in the book are from the actual project construction fumble . has a strong practical significance. The book can be used as the electric power business decision makers. electric power information system planning. power off Mochizuki heart staff. IT staff. learning reference purposes. The author of this book is many years engaged in Power Customer Service Center building and operation of the front-line technical management and engineering and technical personnel. long-term exploration and innovation in the field of electric power customer service system. and achieved fruitful results. related technology projects. Shandong Electric Power Group Corporation customer service data and voice information processing system. in October 2001 and December 2000. respectively. won the National Science and Technology Progress Award and the Shandong Province Science and Technology Progress Award. Contents Preface Chapter 1 Power Reform Environment Chapter 2 power of the enterprise information strategy reform environment under Chapter 6 of Chapter 3. the concepts and principles of the CRM of the concept of power customer service call center in Chapter 4 of Chapter 5 of the new generation of multimedia call center Chapter 11 electricity customers center rack immediately point process-based virtual call center Chapter 7 call center outsourcing Chapter 8 Chapter 10 Chapter 9 Power Customer Service Center Customer Service analysis model of power customer service center service quality management and customer satisfaction Chapter 15 from the electricity enterprise customers bridge. Chapter 13. Chapter 12 of the strategic planning of the electricity CRM system power CRM system construction in Chapter 14 of the power of the risk management CRM system project management flow of electricity services Chapter 16 of the construction of a rapid response system Chapter 18 Chapter 17 silver interconnection system building customer service e-commerce model analytical power CRM systems construction Chapter 19 Chapter 20 based knowledge electricity CRM system digitized Power Customer Service Chapter 21 the centralized electricity CRM system construction 22 Chapter electricity customer service system and electric power enterprise application integration Chapter 23 Power CRM system with the the BPR system 24 Power Customer Service System and ERP C. Bookseller Inventory # EC035837

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Book Description: Serials Pub, New Delhi, 2009. Hardbound. Book Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Internet banking and customer acceptance The Indian scenario/S. Sudeep and K.C. Sankaranarayanan. 2. A study and implementation of classification algorithms in data mining for a CRM based banking application/Sumitra Binu. 3. Multi rater assessment and total quality management the present need for banking sector in India/R. Balasubramaniyan. 4. Impact of microfinance on the community development of rural society a case study/Justine Joseph. 5. Scaling up the microfinance alternative for financial inclusion/P.P. Sajitha and Sangeetha K. Prathap. 6. Financial inclusion Challenges and opportunities in the liberalized era/M. Anilkumar and S. Resia Beegam. 7. ICT and financial inclusion an Indian perspective/V. Arockia Jerold. 8. NGOs as intermediaries between government banks and Self Help Groups in implementation of micro credit schemes/M. Anbalagan and A. Dhanalakshmi. 9. Financial inclusion for inclusive growth/James Manalel. 10. Housing finance by commercial banks in India in the emerging scenario some strategic imperatives/P.K. Manoj. 11. Banking sector reforms in India and their impact/K. Aiyadurai. 12. Bancassurance a marketing channel/J. Aravind and Gabriel Simon. 13. Securitisation Act and financial assets restructuring of Indian banks an analysis/Manoj Pillai. 14. STP and risk management in E banking/Anil Kumar P. and Jagathy Raj V.P. 15. The credit card as a credit scheme A success with some issues/N. Brindha. 16. Corporate governance in banking and financial institutions in India/R. Varadarajan. 17. Online banking in India Pros and Cons/Prashant Kumar and Prashant Kumar. 18. Core banking system the technological innovation in banking/Roshna Varghese. 19. Basel accord and Indian banking industry in the liberalized era/Vijila V and G. Raju. 20. Role of bank supported Indian SEZs in the economic growth/N. Sreenivasan. 21. Goa model of SEZ development in India/P. Arunachalam. 22. HR practices in Indian banking sector/Rajashree Vyas. 23. Kano Model applied in banks to find out customer satisfaction /Jeena Kuruvilla. 24. A study on the impact of organizational leadership and climate on effectiveness/V. Murale. 25. RBI's monetary policy and stock market performance/K. Sreenivas. Index. Indian banking system has witnessed unprecedented level of transformation during the ongoing reforms regime initiated in the early 1990s. Accordingly there have been quite a large number of favourable developments which include inter alia growing resilience of the system including gradually improving capital adequacy improved profitability enhanced customer service and productivity primarily emanating from adoption of advanced technology steadily declining NPA levels etc. Going ahead along the reforms path proponents of aggressive liberalization policies argue in favour of Special Economic Zones (SEZs) Software Technology Parks of India (STPIs) and such other governmental measures for further improving the global competitiveness and stability of the financial system as well as the economy as a whole. On the other extreme there are growing apprehensions regarding the constantly growing exclusiveness of the system and hence its long term sustainability though there have been a few favourable outcomes as noted above. As such there is a strong argument in favour of social banking and financial inclusion whereby those sections of the society which are currently outside the ambit of formal system of financial intermediation are sought to be brought within the reach of financial system by way of appropriate policy initiatives. In the backdrop of the above development dilemma this book contains a total of 25 research papers touching upon a very wide range of issues confronting Indian banks in the contemporary centrality. These papers range from financial inclusion of SEZs from corporate governance to bancassurance for SARFAESI Act to data mining and so on. It is expected that this book containing research papers on such a wide range. Bookseller Inventory # 74421

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Knowledge Management in Practice : Connections and Context

T Kanti Srikantaiah and Michael E D Koenig
(New Delhi, DELHI, India)
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Book Description: Ess Ess Pub, New Delhi, 2008. Hardbound. Book Condition: As New. New. Contents Introduction. Acknowledgements. Road map. Companies and organizations mentioned. Introductory chapters the three dimensional expansion of KM Foreword. 1. KM is here to stay/Michael E.D. Koenig. 2. KM moving into stage IV The extra organizational stage/Michael E.D. Koenig. 3. Knowledge Management expansion content management project management competitive intelligence environmental scanning and knowledge audit/T. Kanti Srikantaiah. 4. KM The new business potpourri or seeing the forest rather than just the trees/Michael E.D. Koenig. I. Identifying the knowledge Foreword. 5. Representing and managing context toward knowledge resource planning/Kavi Mahesh and J.K. Suresh. 6. Knowledge audits establishing a context for leveraging knowledge/Lynda W. Moulton. 7. PKM A bottom up approach to Knowledge Management/Dave Pollard. II. Knowledge Management strategy See also the roadmap. Foreword. 8. Knowledge strategy the linkage between business strategy and Knowledge Management/Joseph Kasten. 9. You want systems but you need strategy/Bob Boiko. 10. Knowledge Management in strategic context/Robert N. McGrath. 11. Knowledge services The Why of Knowledge Management/Albert J. Simard. III. Knowledge Management techniques and technology Foreword. 12. How to build a smart search system using taxonomies and ontologies/Denise A.D. Bedford. 13. Video management and the transfer of knowledge through audiovisual material/Suliman Hawamdeh and Hazem Refai. 14. Knowledge discovery metadata and semantic interoperability/Denise A.D. Bedford. 15. Knowledge Management best practices in the InfoTech sector/Madanmohan Rao. IV. Knowledge sharing See also the roadmap for communities of practice on collaboration and collaborated tools. Foreword. 16. Sharing knowledge Problems root causes and solutions/Laurence P. Chait. 17. Digital libraries and librarians in the learning organization/Kate Marek. 18. Corporate blogs and communities of practice/Qiping Zhang and Shanshan Ma. V. Knowledge Management Measurement and assessment See also the roadmap. Foreword. 19. Measuring knowledge in organizations the organizational knowledge assessment tool/Ana Flavia Fonseca and Arnoldo Fonseca. 20. Knowledge Management measurement an agenda for organizations and economies/Alton Y.K. Chua and Abdus Sattar Chaudhry. VI. Knowledge Management and project management Foreword. 21. Knowledge Management in software projects/C.S. Shobha. 22. Running successful collaboration software pilots/Joe Hutchinson and Patti Anklam. VII. Knowledge preservation See also the roadmap. Foreword. 23. Transfer of long term knowledge and expertise a case study in the nuclear sector/Francoise Rossion. 24. An alternative knowledge system at the World Bank a case study of the World Bank's Indigenous knowledge for development program/Deepa Srikantaiah and Claudia Rueger. VIII. Knowledge Management in government See also the roadmap. Foreword. 25. Knowledge networking in a public service agency contextual challenges and infrastructural issues/Elisabeth Davenport and Louise Rasmussen. 26. Knowledge Management in the federal sector a review and critique/Roland G. Droitsch. About the contributors. Index. Knowledge Management in Practice Connections and Context is the third entry in an ambitious highly regarded KM Book series edited by T. Kanti Srikantaiah and Michael E.D. Koenig. Where Knowledge Management for the Information Professional (2000) offered information professionals an introduction to KM and Knowledge Management Lessons Learned (2004) assessed KM applications and innovations this book looks at how KM can be and is being implemented in organizations today. Knowledge Management in Practice is unique in surveying the efforts of KM professionals to extend knowledge beyond their organizations and in providing a framework for understanding user context. The result in a must read for any professional seeking to connect organizational KM Systems with increasingly diverse and geographically dispersed. Bookseller Inventory # 70416

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Book Description: paperback. Book Condition: New. Ship out in 2 business day, And Fast shipping, Free Tracking number will be provided after the shipment.Pages Number: 186 Publisher: Xinhua Publishing House Pub. Date :2009-8-1. This book is the author of Guangdong Province. presided over the completion of philosophy and social sciences 15 planning projects based on the collaborative value network building and management of e-commerce platform research - for example manufacturing enterprises in Guangdong. an important research results. This book studies after four years. in-depth business research. based on the latest research from home and abroad. the introduction of principles of systems theory as a theoretical analysis and integration tools. integration of management theory and increasingly sophisticated information technology. and strive to the forefront of theoretical research and solutions to practical application. Contents: Preface Chapter 1.1 Value Network Theory 1.2 Limitations of the value chain theory put forward the theory of value and its definition of net value net 1.3 1.4 enterprise modular nature and value of net value of the network system formed 1.5 1.6 value of the network organization structure the value of network structure 1.7 1.8 accounting system structure and value network of heterogeneous resource management core competencies 1.9 the value of innovation value network access mechanism and the profit value of 1.10 means net value of the strategic cost management 1.11 1.12 network innovation value network of strategic knowledge management References Chapter collaborative e-business value of network and inter-relationship between the study 2.1 Structure of the latest trends in enterprise information - Collaborative Commerce Collaborative Commerce 2.2 Definition of the network structure of collaborative e-business 2.3 2.4 2.5 areas of collaborative e-business value of network theory and collaboration e-reference each structure relationship of Chapter III of the large manufacturing value network-based collaborative e-business solutions. enterprise 3.1 collaboration at home and abroad a typical manufacturing 3.2 e-commerce platform and software development of large-scale manufacturing value network-based collaborative e-business solutions for business reference Chapter IV documents the value of Guangdong's manufacturing network to carry out information technology-based collaborative e-business 4.1 15 during the manufacturing of information technology. Guangdong Province. Guangdong manufacturing achievements 4.2 The general characteristics of information technology 4.3 Guangdong manufacturing information technology Trends 4.4 Guangdong enterprises to carry out large-scale manufacturing value network-based collaborative e-business information technology to carry out specialized towns in Guangdong 4.5 net value of information technology-based collaborative e-manufacturing enterprises in Guangdong 4.6 development trend of information technology to carry out Chapter Guangdong's manufacturing value network of electronic collaboration Business solutions 5.1 Guangdong machinery manufacturing industry value network to carry out collaborative e-business solutions for the 5.2 motorcycle manufacturing enterprises in Guangdong collaborative e-business solution value network 5.3 small car manufacturers in Guangdong collaborative e-business solutions for shipbuilding enterprises in Guangdong 5.4 collaborative e-commerce platform integrated solution 5.5 Guangdong Building Materials industry value network for collaborative e-business solutions 5.6 Guangdong textile and garment industry value network for collaborative e-business solutions 5.7 Guangdong furniture professional collaborative e-business solutions for the town of Canton Manufacturing 5.8 Industrial Transfer Park. collaborative e-business solutions for collaborative e-business implementation requires 5.9 square consulting services to support the fourth References Chapter manufacturers collaborative e-business proje. Bookseller Inventory # L62655

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supply chain management practices

HA LI SEN DENG HUANG SHUO YI
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Book Description: paperback. Book Condition: New. Ship out in 2 business day, And Fast shipping, Free Tracking number will be provided after the shipment.Paperback. Pages Number: 302 Publisher: China Renmin University Press Pub. Date :2006-07-01. This book is a reflection of supply chain management. the latest research results of academic monographs. introduced the core concepts and practices of supply chain. and Innovation in supply chain management ideas and new methods in practice are described in the application. The book gives guidelines for the supply chain concept or the specific business environment in all sectors in the application and implementation of informative cases. This book can be used as supply chain management professional college senior undergraduate or graduate material. but also to users of supply chain management and supply chain management researchers. This book features an important supply chain research methods and practical guidance; various industries is to review supply chain practices; describe innovative ideas and new methods in practice the application; is to promote these practical point of view the key factor in the successful application of the identification; obtained by observing the practical application of this book on the new insights and research reports. Contents: Part 1 core concepts and practices in Chapter 1 of the strategic supply chain design principles 1.1 Introduction 1.2 Global supply chain design under 1.3 supply chain design characteristics of the typical type of data needs 1.4 Modeling 1.5 1.7 1.6 Current Situation 1.8 Analysis Conclusion Bibliography Advanced reading Chapter 2. a tactical re-supply chain planning supply chain strategy 2.1 2.2 2.3 describes the implementation of the push - pull demand-driven strategy 2.4 Strategic Planning 2.6 2.5 tactical instance 2.7 Conclusion Acknowledgements References Chapter 3 Inventory excellent supply chain performance in the role of the importance of stock 3.1 Introduction 3.3 3.2 3.4 Single-node method for inventory classification level of cooperation between the adjacent 3.5 3.6 3.7 end of the method of the practical problems of 3.8 Conclusion 3.9 Appendix: basic inventory model bibliography section Chapter 4 Supply Chain Performance Indicators 4.1 Introduction - Why this is a concern of top management 4.2 What is integrated supply chain performance indicators 4.4 4.3 Impact of the Internet supply chain performance indicators Performance Indicators Category 4.5 4.7 4.6 Inventory index of all supply chain stock index 4.9 Summary 4.8 speed relationship with other traditional indicators of demand management opportunities to handle 4.10 4.11 4.12 consistent with the business strategy. future directions - Supply Chain Performance Acknowledgements References Part 2 supply chain practices emerging procurement strategies in Chapter 5 relationship with suppliers: Alliance and E-Procurement 5.1 Introduction 5.2 successful relationship - between Union and the type of market 5.3 5.5 5.4 how to build a relationship between management 5.6 Conclusions References Chapter 6 Supply Chain Coordination: how companies use information to create value stream 6.1 Introduction 6.2 Information Integration - 6.3 to achieve a strategic view of the supply chain of gold and collaborative information sharing and effective information sharing and coordination activities 6.4 effects - empirical evidence 6.5 Conclusions References Chapter 7 of the supply chain and network: network-based Technology on Supply Chain Management 7.1 working definition of motivation 7.2 7.3 7.4 electronic supply chain in Chapter 8 Conclusions References E-Commerce and Supply Chain Integration 8.1 Introduction 8.2 Supply chain integration and electronic commerce information integration 8.3 8.4 8.5 e-Sync electronic workflow coordination of new business models 8.6 8.7 8.8 Supply Chain Monitoring and Measurement Chapter 9 Conclusion Bibliography management products through the delay diversity: Concepts and Applications 9.1 Introduction. Bookseller Inventory # 782069

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Book Description: paperback. Book Condition: New. Ship out in 2 business day, And Fast shipping, Free Tracking number will be provided after the shipment.Pages Number: 299 Publisher: Mechanical Industry Press Pub. Date :2009-09. e-book to the overall structure of the main line. a comprehensive and systematic introduction to e-government theory. technology. construction and management. This book is divided into three parts. 13 chapters: the first part introduces the basic concepts of e-government. e-Government and innovation in the relationship; second part describes the various e-government component of the overall structure of the details. the book The core content; third part describes the process of building e-government systems involved in the project technical. supervision. Audit. evaluation and related laws. Contents: Preface Chapter 1 Overview of e-government 1.1 e-government construction background. strategic and practical significance of 1.2 e-government concept and content of the concepts of e-government 1.3 1.4 model and the application of e-government 1.5 e-government values ??the target. content. features and benefits of 1.6 e-government development process and questions the status quo Summary thinking skills training review questions case studies in Chapter 2 2.1 e-Government and innovation in government e-government environment. management and government 2.2 e 2.3 the relationship between innovation 2.4 Administrative process optimization and re-thinking virtual government Summary Review questions Case Study skills training problems Chapter 3 3.1 e-government architecture of the network structure of e-government 3.2 e-government system in China 3.3 China s overall structure of the organizational structure of e-government 3.4 e structural model of the government systemFour Satisfaction guaranteed,or money back. Bookseller Inventory # J52096

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Supply Chain Management - Free electronic courseware and exercises answer(Chinese Edition)

ZHANG YAN ZHU BIAN . JIANG LIANG . SHENG XIN FU ZHU BIAN
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Book Description: paperback. Book Condition: New. Ship out in 2 business day, And Fast shipping, Free Tracking number will be provided after the shipment.Paperback. Pub Date :2012-08-01 Pages: 347 Publisher: Tsinghua University Press title: Supply Chain Management - a free electronic courseware and exercises answer original price: 39.8 yuan Author: Zhang Yan. editor in chief. Jiang Liang. Shengxin Vice editor Publisher: Tsinghua University Press Publication Date :2012-8-1ISBN: 9787302291718 Words: 484.000 yards: 347 Edition: 1 Binding: Paperback: 16 Product Size and Weight: Editor's Summary 21st Century Vocational the designed logistics management professional practical planning materials: supply chain management case teaching mode. from global to local. from the macro to the micro. the theories and methods of supply chain management is divided into 10 chapters. the main contents include analysis of product and supply chain. design supply chain network. build electronic supply chain. procurement and supplier management. supply chain. inventory control. supply chain. production and operations management. supply chain. sales management. supply chain logistics management. supply chain. financial management. supply chain performance evaluation and incentive mechanism. Higher Vocational Logistics Management professional practical planning materials for the 21st century: Supply Chain Management selected cases based on actual economic environment and background of (mainly) or abroad (supplemented) the operation and management of an enterprise The object of study. the application of the theory of supply chain management. propose and analyze problems. and strive to achieve the effective combination of theory and practice. fully improve teaching effectiveness. Meanwhile. the book emphasis on quantitative analysis and decision-making ability. and learning arrangements in the appropriate sections of the supply chain optimization technology. Problem cases to analyze and and learning quantitative optimization of these two aspects of the technology. training students to think about innovation and the ability to solve practical problems. CONTENTS CHAPTER analysis of the supply chain of products and section I of the supply chain. supply chain and supply chain management Section 2 analysis of the third quarter of the value chain analysis Chapter Summary Review Questions Case 1-1: GM to build a global supply chain case 1-2: a few examples of the industry value chain Chapter II design supply chain network. the first section of the strategic management of the supply chain. sect core competencies and outsourcing the third quarter supply chain partners to select the fourth quarter supply chain network the establishment of the structure of the Chapter Summary Review Questions Case 2-1: nokia integrated supply chain strategy Case 2-2: to win outsourcing - how to become a multinational logistics partner to build the electronic section I of the supply chain. e-commerce and Section II of the electronics supply chain e-procurement electronic distribution in section III of Section IV the electronic bazaar Supply Chain Collaboration Chapter Summary Review Questions Case 3-1: a mining through e-procurement solutions Case 3-2: Haier the integration of information technology supply chain procurement and supplier management traditional procurement and supply chain procurement of the first section Section II of timely procurement strategy third supplier selection and management of this chapter Summary Review Questions Case 4-1: BenQ Guru memory technology procurement and supply chain management success Case 4-2: section II of the fifth chapter of the supply chain of the double-stranded model of Lenovo's supply chain inventory management of inventory control. the first section the basic principles and methods of supply chain inventory management Chapter Summary Review Questions Comprehensive Case 5-1: Nestle and Carrefour supplier managed inventory system integrated Case 5-2: Do not take someone else's inventory. Bookseller Inventory # FV072585

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