Hardcover - 256 pages (June 8, 1999)
Broadway Books; ISBN: 0767903331
Over the last few years, the big bang of the World Wide Web has shaken the realm of commerce. Today on the Internet, you can get everything from phone numbers and dancing babies to golf clubs and custom-built computers. Some of these Web sites are businesses that found their genesis in the advent of the Web itself, while others are longstanding companies trying to adapt to the reality of this new digital marketplace. Who will survive and who will be rendered extinct?
Hardcover - 234 pages (November 1998)
John Wiley & Sons; ISBN: 0471298603
Al Ehrbar says there's a more meaningful way to gauge a company's performance than by quarterly earnings or other traditional yardsticks. It's called EVA, or economic value added, and it's helped turn companies like Coca-Cola into great engines of profit for shareholders. In EVA: The Real Key to Creating Wealth, Ehrbar describes how the formula works and how it can determine how efficient your company really is. Click For More.
Hardcover - 207 pages (May 1999)
Harperbusiness; ISBN: 0887309984
No single person has influenced the course of business in the 20th century as much as Peter Drucker. He practically invented management as a discipline in the 1950s, elevating it from an ignored, even despised, profession into a necessary institution that "reflects the basic spirit of the modern age." Now, in Management Challenges for the 21st Century, Drucker looks at the profound social and economic changes occurring today and considers how management--not government or free markets--should. Click For More.
by Jim Clark, Owen Edwards
Hardcover - 304 pages (May 1999)
St Martins Pr (Trade); ISBN: 0312199341
The founder of a major Internet-based enterprise offers a chronology and insider's narrative of Netscape, from its inception through a wildly successful public stock offering. The era of Internet commerce is well under way, and Netscape is one of the really big winners so far. Jim Clark had already participated in the start-up of Silicon Graphics, a successful computer company, when he used his winnings to assemble a team to develop a product that could take advantage of the wide-open future anticipated for the World Wide Web. Click For More.
Hardcover - 518 pages 1 Ed edition (October 1997)
Knopf; ISBN: 0375401571
Business guru Tom Peters has been recognized for his originality and perception since coauthoring one of the most influential management books of all time: 1982's In Search of Excellence. Now, in his seventh work, The Circle of Innovation: You Can't Shrink Your Way to Greatness, he presents a provocative new vision for prospering in the "permanent state of flux" ruling today's business world. By juxtaposing short text passages and bold graphic images, Peters simply but passionately...Click For More.
by Martha Finney
Hardcover - 288 pages (March 1998)
Simon & Schuster; ISBN: 0684831694
We all search for our life's work--not plain old jobs, but "bright and shining careers that will help save the world in some way, once we discover and cultivate our inner talents," say Martha Finney and Deborah Dasch. The pair wrote for a variety of business and trade magazines before they found their own life's work in Find Your Calling, Love Your Life.
Paperback - 694 pages (April 1997)
Adams Media Corporation; ISBN: 155850740X
Complete with listings of company names, addresses, and phone numbers, as well as hints on writing a resume, this informative guide provides job seekers in the computer industry with profiles of more than six thousand high-tech employers throughout the country.
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