Thaler uses the book to talk to readers about how behavioral economic analysis can help look at areas ranging from household finance, to TV shows, NFL drafts and emerging disruptive businesses like Uber, in a new light. Thaler, Richard H. The Warren Buffett Way, a book by author Robert Hagstrom, which outlines the business and investment principles of value investing practiced by American businessman and investor Warren Buffett. Accolades The first edition, published in , sold over a million copies and spent 21 weeks on the New York Times Hardcover Nonfiction Best Seller list.
The Strangest Secret was a spoken word record by Earl Nightingale which sold over one million copies and received the first Gold Record for the spoken word, which helped launch the fields of business motivation and audio publishing. It was later adapted into print and video forms. He provided weekly motivational speeches to the agency's sales staff.
In , he recorded a motivational speech to be played while he was on vacation. Nightingale's employees spread word of the speech, and demand for the recording grew so large that he and friend Lloyd Conant formed the Nightingale-Conant Corporation to manage sales. The teachings focus on nonconformity and self-education, and summarizes that "You are now, and you do. Overview In this book, Gordon focuses on the history of American finance industry and Wall Street, telling many interesting stories along the way such as how Chase Manhattan started off as a water company and why Merrill Lynch was named after two brokers, and not one.
The book explains many concepts about how the stock market has shaped itself into one we know it today, including stories about the first corner in the Wall Street history to the most recent, the Hunt's brothers attempt to corner the silver market in Gordon also explains that every time a player misuses the market to his advantage, the invisible hand of Adam Smith pushes the system to correct itself. The book tells about prominent finance personalities, such as Jacob Little, the first great Wall Street plunger; Commodore Vanderbil.
The family's wealth was able to support artists that led to The Renaissance. The latter ones are better positioned to create utility and comfort for customers.
In this book, the author describes the skills that managers and owners need to identify and to capture these value shifts. He posits that the change in a business landscape is, in fact, inevitable and identifies seven patterns of value migration that managers should know. Factory Physics is a book written by Wallace Hopp and Mark Spearman, which introduces a science of operations for manufacturing management. According to the book's preface, Factory Physics is "a systematic description of the underlying behavior of manufacturing systems.
Understanding it enables managers and engineers to work with the natural tendencies of manufacturing systems to: Identify opportunities for improving existing systems. Design effective new systems. Make the trade-offs needed to coordinate policies from disparate areas. The book is used both in industry and in academia for reference and teaching on operations management.
It describes a new approach to manufacturing management based on the laws of Factory Physics science. The fundamental Factory Physics framework states that the essential components of all value streams or production processes or service processes are demand and transformation which are described by structural elements of flows and stocks. There are very specific practi. This is a list of books about negotiation and negotiation theory by year of publication. Exploring the strategy space of negotiating agents: a framework for bidding, learning and accepting in automated negotiation.
Springer Publishing. Malhotra, Deepak Negotiating the impossible: how to break deadlocks and resolve ugly conflicts without money or muscle. Shapiro, Daniel Negotiating the nonnegotiable: how to resolve your most emotionally charged conflicts.
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New York: Viking Press. Principles of automated negotiation. Ury, William Getting to yes with yourself and other worthy opponents. In some cases, the book claims, companies can increase production and profit while giving employees more time off. Employees agreed to work 2 extra hours Monday through Thursday, in exchange for Friday off. The factory was then able to make 4 batches of paint on each of 4 work days. This increased production from 15 to 16 batches. David Hamilton wrote, "Her research indicates that the shorter week is most successful in small, nondiversified industries.
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Poor, Riva New American Library. Alicia Patterson Foundation website. Liar's Poker is a non-fiction, semi-autobiographical book by Michael Lewis describing the author's experiences as a bond salesman on Wall Street during the late s. The book captures an important period in the history of Wall Street. Two important figures in that history feature prominently in the text, the head of Salomon Brothers' mortgage department Lewis Ranieri and the firm's CEO John Gutfreund.
The book's name is taken from liar's poker, a high-stakes gambling game popular with the bond traders in the book. Overview Liar's Poker follows two different story threads, though not necessarily in chronological order.
The first thread is autobiographical, and follows Lewis through his college education and his hiring by Salomon Brothers now a subsid. The text was initially published by W. The authors present the main concepts, such as backward induction, auction theory, Nash equilibrium, noncooperative bargaining, to a general audience.
Each concept is illustrated by examples from common life, business, sports, politics, etc. No rules were imposed but, as you will see, all have been encouraged to be adventurous and broaden their interests away from their. The book offers a solid economic foundation for strategic analysis. Economics of Strategy is one of the leading books of its kind and has earned loyalty both as a classroom tool and as a professional reference book. The signature book covers feature famous impressionist paintings. Overview This influential business book provides a detailed and comprehensive text offering a link between economic theory and business applications.
The book uses economic theory to discuss and to quantify popular concepts of modern business strategy. This book looks at what emerging market brands need to do to succeed in global markets. Chester Elton born September 22, is a Canadian born author and motivational speaker. Provides insights into motivating today's multigenerational workforce.
A globally renowned employee engagement consultant, speaker and author, he gives leaders an eye-opening look at what it takes to bring the best out of individuals, teams and organizations. He serves as a leadership consultant to important global firms. He lives in New Jersey. Career Chester Elton is the co-founder of The Culture Works, a global training company and is a board member of Camp Corral, a non-profit for the children of wounded and fallen military heroes. It evokes the different paradigms of the human organizations through the ages, the latest being the teal organisation.
The latter is built on three pillars, namely: wholeness, self-management and evolutionary purpose. It lists the different paradigms of the human organizations through the ages and proposes a new one: Teal organisation. The latter is built on three pillars related to wholeness, self-management and evolutionary purpose. Nelson Parker. February 9, External links Official website Reinventing organizations wiki - the official.
Co-opetition: A Revolution Mindset that Combines Competition and Cooperation is a non-fiction book on coopetition co-operative competition , business strategy, and game theory by Adam M. Brandenburger and Barry J. As of , the book is still available in its 9th printing. Overview Coopetition or co-opetition is a neologism coined to describe the concept of cooperation between competitors. Coopetition is a portmanteau of cooperation and competition.
The text discusses at length the notion of coopetition, a business strategy gained from game theory to demonstrate when it is better for competitors to work together rather than to go up against one another in contest. The authors use many examples to show the simultaneous interplay between competition and cooperation.