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  1. Failure to measure people projects costs billions each year

    ‘Failure to measure and report the outcomes of human capital expenditure, costs the UK alone several billion pounds a year in lost efficiency, repeated errors and unexploited successes.’ This is the judgment of Jane Massy and Jeremy Harrison, authors of Evaluating Human Capital Projects, the first impact evaluation sourcebook.

    Read the exclusive interview with the authors here!

  2. Spotlight on Managing International Institutions and NGOs

    Daniele Alesani and Eduardo Missoni, authors of 'Management of International Institutions and NGOs: Frameworks, practices and challenges', answer some questions about their book, the 'one-stop-shop' for readers looking to unravel the complexities of managing modern international organizations.

    We have also opened the first section of this book. It is free-to-access untill the 14th of March 2014.

    Read the exclusive interview!

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    Called to Account: Financial Frauds that Shaped the Accounting Profession, 2nd Edition

    We're delighted to inform you that the first 5 chapters of Paul M. Clikeman's Called to Account: Financial Frauds that Shaped the Accounting Profession, 2nd Edition are available to read online for free.

  4. Andreas Hinterhuber & Stephan Liozu talk Pricing

    'Innovation in Pricing' and 'The ROI of Pricing' teach how to develop innovative pricing strategies and measure those strategies’ effectiveness.

    If you’re involved in pricing or marketing they’ll revolutionise your practices

  5. Sustainability: Duty or Opportunity for Business?

    Michael Norton, author of 'Sustainability: Duty or Opportunity for Business?', answers some questions about his book, 'the one-stop-shop' for readers looking to understand just what the sustainability issue is, about and how it relates to businesses.

    Take a look!

  6. New Generation of HR Professional

    How can one call oneself a professional in HR when there are no governing bodies to assess it?

    Visit youtube today & watch Paul Kearns, author of ‘Professional HR’, introduce his transformative book, which explores this question.

  7. Bankrupting Nature by Anders Wijkman and Johan Rockström

    This powerful book shows us that we are in deep denial about the magnitude of the global environmental challenges and resource constraints facing the world. The authors argue that regardless of whether governments respond to the economic crisis through additional stimulus packages or reduced government spending, environmental and resource constraints will remain.

  8. ‘Marketing Matrix’ author Gerard Hasting on BBC’s Panorama

    BBC's Panorama aired a program on the 20th February 2012 about 'Britain's Hidden Alcoholics' which featured Gerard Hastings the author of a upcoming book titled The Marketing Matrix talking about alcohol marketing. You can view this episode by following the link below.

    Gerard Hastings talks to Alastair Campbell about 22 minutes in.

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b01cmqdc/Panorama_Britains_Hidden_Alcoholics/

    Click here for more information on The Marketing Matrix: How the Corporation Gets Its Power – And How We Can Reclaim It

  9. Paul Lubin

    A collection of Articles from ‘Protecting Main Street’ author Paul Lubin

    Attached are some articles and a paper that Paul Lubin has published which describe how market research in financial services can be used to limit risk, verify compliance with the law and ensure fair and equitable consumer treatment.

    Just follow the links below to view the articles.

     For more information or to order a copy of Paul Lubin's book 'Protecting Main Street' then Click here

  10. Author of 'Alternative Business'- Martin Parker

    Robin Hood, Pirates and Occupy Protests- Inside the world of ‘Alternative Business’

    An enlightening overview of what you can expect from Martin Parker's Alternative Business and how he challenges his readers to think differently about Management in a very interesting and cultural sense.

    Martin Parker is Professor of Organization Studies at the University of Warwick.

    Click here for more information on Alternative Business or to order a copy of the book.

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