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The DNA of Strategy Execution

The DNA of Strategy Execution

by Jack Duggal
336 Pages · 2015 · 6 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
" Happiness doesn't result from what we get, but from what we give. ” ― Ben Carson
CNC Tips and Techniques
by Peter Smid
238 Pages · 2013 · 3 MB · 4,042 Downloads · New!
CNC Tips and Techniques is the CAD graphic designing, industrial technology and 3D designing book which covers all aspects of CNC. Peter Smid is the author of this tremendous book. He is a professional speaker, educator and consultant. He is in the field from the last few decades and Peter is on the top of CNC designing. Peter offers more than eighty articles on the CNC. It covers all the aspects of CNC like codes, macros, programming, hardware and software. Discover all the latest development in the CNC field. Peter explains each and everything in details which is easy to understand for the beginners.
Linear and Nonlinear Programming
by David G. Luenberger
546 Pages · 2015 · 10 MB · 1 Downloads · New!
The “Linear and Nonlinear Programming (International Series in Operations Research & Management Science)” is a great book that explores the general properties of algorithms and defines different notions of convergence. David G. Luenberger is the author of this book. He received a B.S. degree from the California Institute of Technology and the M.S. and Ph.D. degrees from Stanford University. In this book, the author covers the main elements of the underlying theory of linear programming and many important special applications. He also explores the general properties of algorithms and defines different notions of convergence. This book is divided into three main parts and every part of this book is interesting and worthy for the readers. A good book for undergraduate and graduate courses as it contains the necessary theory and also a good practical part that helps to implement the methods. It has very good explanations and is well organized so it allowed you to gain a better understanding of this subject. To sum it up, Linear and Nonlinear Programming is an informative book for programming students.
An Introduction to Project Management, Sixth Edition
by Kathy Schwalbe
514 Pages · 2015 · 31.5 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
The“An Introduction to Project Management, Sixth Edition” is a Business Project Management book. Kathy Schwalbe is the author of this best-selling book. She is a retired college professor, author and active PMI member. Her first full-time job was a project manager in the Air Force. This book has been completely updated to follow the Project Management Institutes. It includes different new figures, a new section on the PMI talent triangle and the importance of leadership skills. This book has new research and real-world examples. It also shares screenshots from several software tools. It has a comprehensive case study to illustrate how to apply tools and techniques throughout the project life cycle. “An Introduction to Project Management, Sixth Edition” Clarifies so many concepts and helps the understanding of project management classes.
Start Finishing
by Charlie Gilkey, Charlie Gillkey
224 Pages · 2015 · 1 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
The “Start Finishing: How to Go from Idea to Done” is a perfect book that reveals how to start and finish our project. Charlie Gilkey is the author of this book. He is the founder of Productive Flourishing Company that helps professional creative and leaders. Gilkey is also known as a thought leader in productivity, planning, strategy and leadership for creative people. He is also an Army veteran and writes numerous other books. In this book, Charlie Gilkey describes when you start your new business, you face different trouble and challenges. Start Finishing has simple concepts like time blocking or mindset shifts that show how you can change your productivity by having compassion for your own creative quirks. Start Finishing is a game-changer book for Creative People. This book reflects a paradigm shift in thinking about productivity that deals with both real-world applications and solid academic theory. Furthermore, if you fight with finishing things, then read this helpful book and implement what you can. This book offers a 9-step program to turn great ideas into finished products. To know about all these ideas, then read it. To sum it up, Start Finishing is a great book for all people.
The Manager’s Path
by Camille Fournier
244 Pages · 2015 · 1 · 0 Downloads · New!
“The Manager’s Path: A Guide for Tech Leaders Navigating Growth and Change” is a great book that takes us through each stage in the journey from an engineer to a technical manager. Camille Fournier is the author of this business management book. Camille Fournier is the former CTO of Rent the Runway, where she managed somehow earn herself the nickname “The Hammer”. She also writes numerous books and all of them are worth to read. Her blog “Elided Branches” covers many topics relevant to software engineers included distributed systems and engineering leadership. In this book, Camille Fournier gives you the journey from an engineer to a technical manager. The Manager’s Path is an ideal book whether you are a new manager or a more experienced, it will teach you how to manage multiple teams and managers. In addition, The Manager’s Path describes how to become a better manager and leader in your organization. Fournier describes how to manage yourself and avoid common pitfalls that challenge many leaders. This book helps you to describe how various levels of leadership work at tech companies and the various benefits, struggles, tradeoffs, etc. All in all, The Manager’s Path is an excellent book for all business managers.
Fast Focus
by Damon Zahariades
168 Pages · 2015 · 1 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
The “Fast Focus: A Quick-Start Guide to Mastering Your Attention, Ignoring Distractions, and Getting More Done in Less Time” is a book that helps us to master our attention, keep distractions at bay and get more done in less time. Damon Zahariades is the author of this popular book. Damon Zahariades is the owner of, a site devoted to showing you how to hack your day to get more things done. He spent many years in Corporate America, dragging himself to ridiculous meetings and enduring the impromptu “drive-by” visits of his coworkers. Fast Focus is a helpful book for all business managers, executives, students, athletes and parents to triple their productivity and reduce their stress levels. After reading this book, you will discover how to manage your email without letting it destroy your focus. How to avoid meetings that hobble your concentration and how to arrange your day to get maximum advantage of your fluctuating energy levels, and some others. Zahariades also describes how to evict your inner perfectionist and produce higher-quality work. All in all, Fast Focus is a great book for all newbie and professionals business managers.