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Politeia in person
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In lieu of a lucent kitchen stove, for business enterprises and other societal organizations to simmer aromatically, this book offers an integral unity of societal-human systems knowledge and wisdom. Unconcealed is the societal facet of a true organizational structure in business enterprises and institutions, a dynamic enactment of human intentionality. Its human purposefulness pertains to self-advancement, self-development and self-management of high-quality, truly societal systems, dedicated to the continual pursuit of collegial excellence, eudæmonia and economic prosperity. These metrics are successfully attained through the collegial control and responsibility of every naturally sovereign politeia at Liberty. Said societal systems are either business enterprises and benevolent, non-profit organizations or entire countries and nations. Their civic structuring stipulates high intellectual acuity, capability and unprejudiced volition or will. Finally, grasped is this nettle through a diverse blend of rigorous research, in-depth studies and pioneering ideas, including politeia's civic, ethical and moral ideals, embracing all ecological, civically structured, societal human systems.

Anbieter: Dodax
Stand: 21.01.2020
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The Consumer Protection Act, 1986: Procedure an...
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21st century is the era of globalization. Due to industrial revolution and development in the international trade and commerce, there has been a substantial increase of business and trade, which has resulted in a variety of consumer goods appearing in the market to cater to the needs of the consumers. The modern method of advertisement in media influences the mind of the consumers. Notwithstanding the manufacturing defect or imperfection in the quality, a consumer is tempted to purchase the goods. There has been a possibility of deficiency in the services rendered. In such circumstances, the consumer may feel cheated. Hence, in the era of globalization the rights of the consumers need to be protected. In this regard Indian Parliament did its best by passing the Consumer Protection Act, 1986. This Act is a benevolent social legislation. It was passed for better protection of the interests of the consumers in India.

Anbieter: Dodax AT
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The Consumer Protection Act, 1986: Procedure an...
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21st century is the era of globalization. Due to industrial revolution and development in the international trade and commerce, there has been a substantial increase of business and trade, which has resulted in a variety of consumer goods appearing in the market to cater to the needs of the consumers. The modern method of advertisement in media influences the mind of the consumers. Notwithstanding the manufacturing defect or imperfection in the quality, a consumer is tempted to purchase the goods. There has been a possibility of deficiency in the services rendered. In such circumstances, the consumer may feel cheated. Hence, in the era of globalization the rights of the consumers need to be protected. In this regard Indian Parliament did its best by passing the Consumer Protection Act, 1986. This Act is a benevolent social legislation. It was passed for better protection of the interests of the consumers in India.

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Social Development Through Benevolent Business
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Social Development Through Benevolent Business ab 39.49 € als Taschenbuch: . Aus dem Bereich: Bücher, Taschenbücher, Wirtschaft & Soziales,

Anbieter: hugendubel
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Social Development Through Benevolent Business
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Social Development Through Benevolent Business ab 20.99 € als epub eBook: . Aus dem Bereich: eBooks, Wirtschaft,

Anbieter: hugendubel
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The Benevolent Dictator: Empower Your Employees...
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An unconventional philosophy for starting and building a business that exceeds your own expectations What does it require to take a concept rapidly and effectively from mind to market? The Benevolent Dictator recognizes that entrepreneurship is a gauntlet. Those who succeed are benevolent dictatorsable to make the intricate process happen in days, weeks and months to win. The Benevolent Dictator gives you no-nonsense how-to advice and examples that have worked. This non-traditional, gung-ho guide is not afraid to lay out the leadership methods that can effectively get a new business off the ground, and through the requisite fast-track growth phases that produce tangible success measured by your bottom line and your wallet. Learn critical specifics on how to move from idea development to build-out, through steps for continuous improvement, and on to the big cash out Features proven tools, strategies, and tactics that will help you bottle entrepreneurial lightning over and over again As the cofounder of office retail giant OfficeMax, the author turned a $3 million investment into a $1.5 billion sale in his 16 years as CEO Beating the competition is never easy. For those times when you need an iron hand, then you also need the wisdom to know when and how to use it. Whether you're a business student, aspiring entrepreneur, or a practicing executive, you need to discover the winning ways of The Benevolent Dictator. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Robin Bloodworth. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/004842/bk_adbl_004842_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Social Development Through Benevolent Business
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Endless Novelty
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Flexibility, specialization, and niche marketing are buzzwords in the business literature these days, yet few realize that it was these elements that helped the United States first emerge as a global manufacturing leader between the Civil War and World War I. The huge mass production-based businesses--steel, oil, and autos--have long been given sole credit for this emergence. In Endless Novelty, Philip Scranton boldly recasts the history of this vital episode in the development of American business, known as the nation's second industrial revolution, by considering the crucial impact of trades featuring specialty, not standardized, production. Scranton takes us on a grand tour through American specialty firms and districts, where, for example, we meet printers and jewelry makers in New York and Providence, furniture builders in Grand Rapids, and tool specialists in Cincinnati. Throughout he highlights the benevolent as well as the strained relationships between workers and proprietors, the lively interactions among entrepreneurs and city leaders, and the personal achievements of industrial engineers like Frederic W. Taylor. Scranton shows that in sectors producing goods such as furniture, jewelry, machine tools, and electrical equipment, firms made goods to order or in batches, and industrial districts and networks flourished, creating millions of jobs. These enterprises relied on flexibility, skilled labor, close interactions with clients, suppliers, and rivals, and opportunistic pricing to generate profit streams. They built interfirm alliances to manage markets and fashioned specialized institutions--trade schools, industrial banks, labor bureaus, and sales consortia. In creating regional synergies and economies of scope and diversity, the approaches of these industrial firms represent the inverse of mass production. Challenging views of company organization that have come to dominate the business world in the United States, Endless Novelty will appeal to historians, business leaders, and to anyone curious about the structure of American industry.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 21.01.2020
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Endless Novelty
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Flexibility, specialization, and niche marketing are buzzwords in the business literature these days, yet few realize that it was these elements that helped the United States first emerge as a global manufacturing leader between the Civil War and World War I. The huge mass production-based businesses--steel, oil, and autos--have long been given sole credit for this emergence. In Endless Novelty, Philip Scranton boldly recasts the history of this vital episode in the development of American business, known as the nation's second industrial revolution, by considering the crucial impact of trades featuring specialty, not standardized, production. Scranton takes us on a grand tour through American specialty firms and districts, where, for example, we meet printers and jewelry makers in New York and Providence, furniture builders in Grand Rapids, and tool specialists in Cincinnati. Throughout he highlights the benevolent as well as the strained relationships between workers and proprietors, the lively interactions among entrepreneurs and city leaders, and the personal achievements of industrial engineers like Frederic W. Taylor. Scranton shows that in sectors producing goods such as furniture, jewelry, machine tools, and electrical equipment, firms made goods to order or in batches, and industrial districts and networks flourished, creating millions of jobs. These enterprises relied on flexibility, skilled labor, close interactions with clients, suppliers, and rivals, and opportunistic pricing to generate profit streams. They built interfirm alliances to manage markets and fashioned specialized institutions--trade schools, industrial banks, labor bureaus, and sales consortia. In creating regional synergies and economies of scope and diversity, the approaches of these industrial firms represent the inverse of mass production. Challenging views of company organization that have come to dominate the business world in the United States, Endless Novelty will appeal to historians, business leaders, and to anyone curious about the structure of American industry.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 21.01.2020
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