This audiobook is full of ideas. It is a guide that will help you to make the most educated decision possible when you finally decide to align with a company. It will provide you with basic questions you need answered before you join any company. Make your decision based on fact, not simply others' opinions....Take your time: Use a friend as a gut check or sounding board for the answers you receive. Make your own decision. Do not just take our word. Good luck in growing your self-worth and in your pursuit of personal and professional growth!
Healthcare is a big business and is only continuing to grow. Because of this, technology must adapt and transform to meet the needs of the public. Failed healthcare IT projects are nothing new. However, they surely are something that can be learned from. In every failure is a lesson that can be used for a future project - a lesson that can help to save, or better, someone else's life.
"Unclear Business Cases, weak lessons learned"
In What It Takes, Amy Henry, a formidable businesswoman and national star from The Apprentice, shares her experiences, skills, and in-your-face advice for moving up in today's workplace.
"Great book for Women to get to the Top"
The authors write that studies of corporate performance reveal a growing link between certain kinds of technology investments and intensifying competitiveness.
Are you thinking about selling your business? This audiobook is filled with practical, step-by-step advice that will help you get the most cash for the blood, sweat, and tears you've invested. Gerry T. Pandaleon, CPA, CMA, FCPA, brings three decades of experience as a CPA, controller, and CFO to this user-friendly guide to selling your business. Her lively, arm-around-your-shoulder style teaches you how to build equity into your business while preparing it for sale.
The IT world is fascinating inside and out. Every year, new technologies come to the market to much appeal and praise, from phones to computers to cybersecurity programs. However, what people do not see covered in the press as much are the IT projects that do not make it big. A realty of the technology world is that projects fail every year - many projects. Furthermore, government entities, who one would think had all tools necessary to launch a successful IT project, have a long list of failed IT projects.
Ido Leffler and Lance Kalish, two 29-year-old Australians with very different backgrounds and skills, cofounded their company in 2006 with little more than a dream - and made it big. Yes To Carrots has become one of the biggest natural beauty brands in the world and is one of the fastest-growing skincare brands. Leffler and Kalish have accomplished it all while maintaining solid principles, investing in meaningful business relationships, giving back to the community, and still making it home in time for dinner.
"Captivating and Educating"
Without question, IT consultancy is one of the smartest jobs for the money, time, and flexibility it allows. For this reason, people qualified and yet to be qualified aspire to enter the IT consulting space. It then becomes a question of what is required, how to set up, get clients, and dominate competition. How to Start and Run IT Consultancy Business provides you with proven answers to these how's as well as the educational requirements, and the financial outlay for starting an IT firm.
"Dont Waste Your Money"
Business conferences and other networking events often require a significant investment of your time and money, but are you getting the maximum benefit in return? Anyone can benefit from better networking skills, and Conference Crushing provides you with 17 highly effective skills you can put to work for building better relationships and growing a wider, stronger network.
If you want to experience lasting success in life and business, a personal philosophy is essential. More than an action statement, your philosophy expresses the values that drive your actions. Author and entrepreneur Charles King eloquently illustrates this in his contemporary business parable, which tells the fictional story of 35-year-old CEO Jim Lincoln.
In today's commodity-based marketplace it is harder than ever to differentiate even the most superlative services and products. The sales presentation provides the most powerful opportunity to do so. Make It All About Them reveals the truth behind the traditional rules of presentations and offers sales professionals a new way forward. It explains why focusing on three key points trumps a presentation full of details, why plain English always wins over jargon, why the audience doesn't need to know how important you are but how important they are, and other effective tactics.
"Very well written"
Best-selling authors Chip Bell and John Patterson here describe the new rules for coping with demanding customers in a wired, want-it-now world. Bell and Patterson provide a tested formula for restoring balance to the customer relationship by establishing what they call “Service Calm”. The three steps to Service Calm sound simple, but they draw on sophisticated psychological principles and are profound in application.
Are you frustrated with a lack of results at work? Have you hit a wall? Are you uninspired, stuck in a rut, feeling underappreciated? Well, good news: your success is not up to your boss, your manager, your employees, or the economy. It's up to YOU. Business is never bad, people are just bad at being in business. If that makes you mad, this book is for you. Larry Winget hacks through the bad advice given in most business books.
"Take it with a grain of salt"
You should keep it simple if you want to keep your customers.
Far too many executives, salespeople, consultants, and even rank-and-file employees suck at communicating. Some think that they're speaking and writing effectively when they drop ostensibly sophisticated terms like paradigm shift, synergy, net-net, form factor, and optics. Others think that they're being clever.
"Wanted to like it, too much seemed repetitive"
The percentage of IT projects that fail is embarrassing to those in the IT industry! Project managers need to get their act together to ensure that their projects run smoothly, all lines of communication are open, and they have the backing of the stakeholders and upper management. But do PMs have the skills they need to keep a project afloat? This quick career guide book is meant to provide you with 10 real world IT project examples, why they failed, and lessons learned for each one.
Jairek Robbins, decorated performance coach and lifestyle entrepreneur, guides you through his proven, step-by-step process for filling the gap between where you are today and where you want to be. In reassuring and easy-to-understand language, Robbins helps you build a strong foundation for authentic happiness. Each chapter is strategically designed to engage you with personal reflections and challenges that will encourage you to make immediate improvements to your everyday behavior.
"Well, I Respect Jairek Robbins"
All too often we find ourselves in the position of being an IT manager with little or no training on what it takes to correctly staff a team. This is a critical skill for us to have. Ultimately, the success of an IT manager rests on how his/her team preforms. You might think that staffing is all about hiring the right people to come and join your team. It turns out that there is a lot more to this. Staffing involves attracting and retaining the right people. However, it also deals with knowing when it is time to let the wrong members of your team go.
With automated email follow up, Missouri dentist Dr. Burleson grew revenues 180%, reduced acquisition costs by 56% and went from five to 42 holidays/year. New York Entrepreneur Dana Levy started her business from 0 and sold it eight years later for $125 million....
Learn the formula for motivation that all great achievers use in their lives. See immediate results as you integrate the formula into your own life. Dave urges the elimination of runaway self-esteem, which he critiques with force and conviction, debunking other popular self-help theories. Having cleared the way, he encourages the pursuit of balance so that every listener can become a legacy achiever through exercising appropriate influence, developing innate creativity, and infusing a dash of humor.