Business, Finance & Law Books
The first-ever memoir of the legendary co-founder of Nike Inc, Phil Knight
This insightful book is a step-by-step guide through career planning. It provides effective strategies for finding and managing your career and achieving work-life balance.
Regardless of the industry they are in, small business owners need to attract new business. This book educates them on the various forms of advertising that are available, helps them identify which forms are appropriate for their business and customer base, and how to develop marketing and advertising strategies with quantifiable results.
Suitable for those people who are interested in project management but possibly deterred by its 'boring' image, this title covers a broad spectrum of applications from engineering to IT and transportation to events. It shares the author's experience, knowledge and, his passion for project management.
Offers a collection of tips and strategies from some of the UK's most successful speakers that show you exactly how to: become known as a 'speaker of choice', make more money every time you speak, generate lots more speaking engagements, deliver more compelling, entertaining speeches.
This book aims at stimulating an interest in students in the reading of law reports and statutes and at providing relevant source material other that already to enhance their study of family law.
The second edition of the New companies act manual, will serve as an aid to the new Henochsberg on the companies act, and is also intended to serve as companies to commercial law (2006), edited by CJ Nagel.
This title gives practical guidelines on how to develop business ideas and establish an enterprise. Drawing on their personal experience as entrepreneurs, business advisors and subject specialists.
Internal auditing û An integrated approach 3e covers the basic concepts, philosophy and principles underlying the practice of internal auditing, and the relationships between the internal auditor, management and the external auditor.
In Psychological assessment: Thinking innovately in contexts of diversity, authors propose creative ways of assessing and working with a range of clients, who may differ from the practitioner in background, culture, age and gender.