English Grammar For Dummies
When you’re a grammarian, people react to you in interesting — and
sometimes downright strange — ways. When the first edition of
English Grammar For Dummies came out in 2001, an elderly man asked
me about something that had puzzled him for eight decades: Why did his
church, St. Paul’s, include an... Budgeting for Managers Iremember the first time I made a budget. I had just started a new job, my first time as a manager. My boss, the dean of the school, said, “Sid, we have $50,000 to spend on computer systems this year. Please prepare a budget.”
Wow! All the exercises in school, all my thinking as I started the job and wrote out a plan for my...
Professional Cross-Platform Mobile Development in C#
PEOPLE TAKE UP MOBILE DEVELOPMENT these days for a lot of reasons. For some it is all about learning something new, but for many it comes out of necessity of a job or career. Perhaps you see mobile development as the next big thing, just like client-server development was in the 1990s, or web development became in the 2000s. Maybe...
How to Work for an Idiot: Survive & Thrive-- Without Killing Your Boss
For more than two decades, Dr. John Hoover has written books on leadership, creativity, and organizational performance, extolling the virtues of flattened organizations, collaborative leadership, and shared responsibility. His clients welcomed him, praised him...yet (he felt) completely ignored his advice! This book contains the confession of...
The Manager's Guide to Competitive Intelligence In The Managers Guide to Competitive Intelligence, McGonagle and Vella offer comprehensive guidelines for CI managers to achieve their goals. They cover the responsibilities and duties, and give strategic direction for managers trying to find their way in this important, but often overlooked, discipline....Get this book and read every... The Accidental Leader: What to Do When You're Suddenly in Charge The Book You Need When You Are Unexpectedly Put in Charge
It could happen today. You are called into the office, and the boss tells you that due to unforeseen circumstances, starting today you will be in charge of a team, a project, an office, a committee, or a business unit. Without any warning (or preparation on your part) you’ve become...
Herding Cats: A Primer for Programmers Who Lead Programmers
Herding Cats: A Primer for Programmers Who Lead Programmers is a comprehensive guide—think of it as a field manual—to the management challenges of supervising and leading programmers. J. Hank Rainwater introduces new and not-so-new managers to concepts that will encourage them and help them become a...
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