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Trading Systems and Methods (Wiley Trading Advantage)
Trading Systems and Methods (Wiley Trading Advantage)
von Perry J Kaufman
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2.0 von 5 Sternen Astrology?, 26. März 2000
If you want solid foundations in technical analysis, this book has it. Using astrology to predict prices and analyze trends, however, gives the book incredible tones.


Game Theory for Applied Economists
Game Theory for Applied Economists
von Robert Gibbons
  Taschenbuch
Preis: EUR 52,42

3.0 von 5 Sternen Too condensed., 16. Februar 2000
The book tries to explain difficult concepts with considerable lucidity, but still falters because the author assumes the reader knows why things should happen and builds on those assumptions to explain more difficult things.
Same book with a little more explanation would be better.


Game Theory for Applied Economists
Game Theory for Applied Economists
von Robert Gibbons
  Taschenbuch
Preis: EUR 52,42

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3.0 von 5 Sternen Too condensed., 16. Februar 2000
The book tries to explain difficult concepts with considerable lucidity, but still falters because the author assumes the reader knows why things should happen and builds on those assumptions to explain more difficult things.
Same book with a little more explanation would be better.


Unleashing the Killer App: Digital Strategies for Market Dominance
Unleashing the Killer App: Digital Strategies for Market Dominance
von Larry Downes
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Recipe for making money., 13. Dezember 1999
Personal computers, Internet, SmartCards, are some of the things which have change our lives and the business landscape. These things or killer applications change their shape rapidly. Although we all benefit from them, but few of us know how all these apps(applications) will change our lives further, change themselves, and create new apps. And yet fewer actually are thinking about making their own application which will be a killer(or profitable). This book is about get you thinking about designing your own killer applications. If you want to create a new product or service and profit from it, then read this book. It offers help in making a digital(and not old and slow) strategy. Authors give you a step-by-step recipe to make your own killer application, promising enough to sustain itself in today's fast-changing world.
There is, however, an overly optimistic tone in the book that the recipe will work. The book is a good way to start thinking about a new killer app though.


The Origin and Evolution of New Businesses
The Origin and Evolution of New Businesses
von Amar Bhide
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Preis: EUR 92,88

5.0 von 5 Sternen Tells your entrepreneurial future, so you can change it now., 12. Dezember 1999
At first, this book appears too thick to prove helpful to young entrepreneurs with little time. Of course you want to go and just do the thing and just need some guidelines from these kinds of books. You may think you don't need to read this one. But this is probably the only book on market which talks about ideas--rather than facts and events--in entrepreneurship. These ideas are very helpful in understanding your planned business's 'life-cyle'--where you will know what kind of a 'person' your business is, how it will evolve as you will work with it and how it will behave. You need to know your to-be business like you would wanna know your to-be born baby...except this baby may going to grow like Goliath in the Internet era or may die; so you need to know your stuff before it's too late.
Bhide tells you how your venture is going to turn out, what you need to know, what you need to do well, and where you can't afford to fail. From setting the proper state of mind to the end, this book hands you ideas which you can use to change your future by reducing failures.
This book is a telescope. Use it to see your future today and use the tools provided to change it as you want to succeed. Bhide gives you everything for your start-up to command a proactive position on your way ahead and not end up being reactive to the upcoming pressures and troughs.
Excellent work by Professor Bhide.


Peter Drucker on the Profession of Management (Harvard Business Review Book)
Peter Drucker on the Profession of Management (Harvard Business Review Book)
von Nan Stone
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3.0 von 5 Sternen Teaches you how to become a well-rounded manager., 9. Oktober 1999
This book comprises a series of articles by the author in the Harvard Business Review. The articles will tell you useful insights from the essentials of management to using information as a tool to manage more effectively.
This is not a how-to book or a hi-tech book. Rather it's an invaluable classic with time-tested observations. The book does lack, however, the way internet is going to change the profession of management, which is disappointing, considering it was edited recently.
Peter is a witty and profound writer, though. If you haven't read any of his books, this is a good place to start.


Leading Change
Leading Change
von John P. Kotter
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3.0 von 5 Sternen Lists ways to effectively manage change in your company., 8. Oktober 1999
Rezension bezieht sich auf: Leading Change (Gebundene Ausgabe)
Success rarely comes without change. And change requires leadership. We all want success but not all of us are taught to succeed. If we manage day-to-day business operations of our company, it will run smoothly without making any noise and growth. To get your company to run and win the race of competition, you have to jolt it, change it, and know how to manage that change to successfuly leverage that change to your advantage.
Kotter argues that, to effectively manage changes in your organiztion, you must:
1. Be scared enough to muster the courage to manage the change and not let your complacency mar your mustered courage. Rabbit.
2. Know how to make a network and use it. Weave, woo, and win. Spider.
3. Know how to envision your company's strategical future. Chess Player.
4. Let the people in your organization know how important the change is, so they become willing to make little sacrifices. Communicator.
5. Give the common person in your company the power to speak and suggest changes. A Just Ruler.
6. Make people go along by giving them short doses of victorious pleasure. Kindergarten Teacher.
7. Not give them too much pleasure or they will become arrogant and lazy. Highschool teacher.
8. Make it a chain reaction. Produce gains from change and use those gains to feed more change. Change-O-Maniac.
9. Make change your culture. Mutiple Personality Disorder & Co.
All of this will become easy to accomplish after you'll read this book. Not bad.
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