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Salaries In Japan: The System (institute Of Comparative Culture Business Series Bulletin)

Salaries In Japan: The System (institute Of Comparative Culture Business Series Bulletin)

Robert J Ballon
Published: 1982
ISBN: 4881680919
Publisher: Sophia University

The Gunning Of America: Business And The Making Of American Gun Culture

The Gunning Of America: Business And The Making Of American Gun Culture

Pamela Haag
Published: 2016
ISBN: 1504710843
Publisher: Blackstone Audio, Inc.

The Economic Impact Of Transborder Trucking Regulations (transnational Business And Corporate Culture)

The Economic Impact Of Transborder Trucking Regulations (transnational Business And Corporate Culture)

John T. Jones
Published: 2016-05-31
ISBN: 1138968250
Publisher: Routledge

China And Japan, Financial Aspects (institute Of Comparative Culture Business Series Bulletin)

China And Japan, Financial Aspects (institute Of Comparative Culture Business Series Bulletin)

Tasuku Okubo
Published: 1986
ISBN: 4881681109
Publisher: Sophia University

Organizational Culture (the International Library Of Critical Writings On Business And Management)

Organizational Culture (the International Library Of Critical Writings On Business And Management)

Ybema, Sierk (edt)/ Yanow, Dvora (edt)/ Sabelis, Ida (edt)
Published: 2011
ISBN: 1849800472
Publisher: Edward Elgar Pub

Doing Leadership Differently: Gender, Power, And Sexuality In A Changing Business Culture

Doing Leadership Differently: Gender, Power, And Sexuality In A Changing Business Culture

Amanda Sinclair
Published: 2005
ISBN: 0522851495
Publisher: Melbourne University Publishing
With a new preface, this revised edition presents a concept of leadership that situates gender, power, and sexuality at the heart of being a leader. Exploring how Australian organizations currently cling to an outdated concept of leadership, this volume shows why the traditional style of leadership has failed; how men as well as women can benefit from understanding how gender shapes leadership style; how to put power and sexuality at the heart of effective leadership; and how to widen the pool of Australian leadership talent.

Business English: U.s.a. : A Textbook Of American Business English, Culture And Etiquette For The International Businessperson (tchrs Supp)

Business English: U.s.a. : A Textbook Of American Business English, Culture And Etiquette For The International Businessperson (tchrs Supp)

Michael F. Sudlow
Published: 1989
ISBN: 0317936077
Publisher: Excellence In Education

Culture And Business Etquette In Europe: Cultural Customs And Business Practices In Each Of The 49 European Countries

Culture And Business Etquette In Europe: Cultural Customs And Business Practices In Each Of The 49 European Countries

Mr. Frederic Omer De Pryck
Published: 2013
ISBN: 1482602423
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

Business Strategy And National Culture: Us And Asia Pacific Microcomputer Multinationals In Europe (new Horizons In International Business,)

Business Strategy And National Culture: Us And Asia Pacific Microcomputer Multinationals In Europe (new Horizons In International Business,)

Denise Tsang
Published: 2002
ISBN: 184064480x
Publisher: Edward Elgar Pub

Mergers and Acquisitions: Managing Culture and Human Resources (Stanford Business Books (Hardcover))

Mergers and Acquisitions: Managing Culture and Human Resources (Stanford Business Books (Hardcover))

Consolidation and merger of corporations--Psychological aspects, Consolidation and merger of corporations--Social aspects, Corporate culture, HD2746.5 .M474 2005, 658.1/62/019
Published: 2005-04-12T00:00:01Z
ISBN: 0804746613
Publisher: Stanford University Press

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The Ethnic Chinese In East And Southeast Asia: Business, Culture And Politics

The Ethnic Chinese In East And Southeast Asia: Business, Culture And Politics

Yen Ching-gwang, Qinghuang Yan
Published: 2002
ISBN: 981210187x
Publisher: Marshall Cavendish Intl

The Economics of Business Culture: Game Theory, Transaction Costs, and Economic Performance

The Economics of Business Culture: Game Theory, Transaction Costs, and Economic Performance

Business Ethics, Decision Making - Management, Game Theory & Study, Mathematical Programming & Operations Research, Organizational Behavior - General & Miscellaneous
Casson, Mark
Published: 1991-08-15T00:00:01Z
ISBN: 019828375X
Publisher: Oxford University Press

The Gunning Of America: Business And The Making Of American Gun Culture

The Gunning Of America: Business And The Making Of American Gun Culture

Pamela Haag
Published: 2016
ISBN: 150471086x
Publisher: Blackstone Audio, Inc.

Riding the Waves of Culture, Fourth Edition: Understanding Diversity in Global Business

Riding the Waves of Culture, Fourth Edition: Understanding Diversity in Global Business

Trompenaars, Fons, Hampden-Turner, Charles
Published: 2020-12-10T00:00:01Z
ISBN: 126046864X
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education

Riding The Waves Of Culture, Fourth Edition: Understanding Diversity In Global Business

Riding The Waves Of Culture, Fourth Edition: Understanding Diversity In Global Business

Trompenaars, Fons, Hampden-turner, Charles
Published: 2020
ISBN: 126046864x
Publisher: Mcgraw-hill Education

Tribal Knowledge: Business Wisdom Brewed from the Grounds of Starbucks Corporate Culture

Tribal Knowledge: Business Wisdom Brewed from the Grounds of Starbucks Corporate Culture

Coffee Industry, Coffee, Marketing, Corporate Culture, Organizational Effectiveness
Moore, John
Published: 2006
ISBN: 1419520016
Publisher: Kaplan Business


Without question, Starbucks Coffee is one of the greatest business success stories of the past decade. Since going public in 1992, it has grown yearly revenues to more than $6.5 billion, achieved a stock price increase of more than 6,500%, and opened over 11,000 locations worldwide.

But for a company that has accomplished so much, outsiders really know very little about the Starbucks secrets to success. That’s because much of the company’s sage advice and weathered truisms exist solely in the hearts and minds of longtime Starbucks employees.

This so-called “tribal knowledge” includes pithy quotes uttered by Starbucks executives, mantras used by Starbucks project groups, learnings from failed pilot programs, and “ah-ha” moments from successful projects. It’s company stories passed down from one generation of employees to the next. It’s intense. It’s poignant. It’s thought provoking. It’s actionable. It’s a language of Starbucks “tribal knowledge” that has never been written – only spoken – and only within the Starbucks tribe.

Until now.

In Tribal Knowledge: Business Wisdom Brewed from the Grounds of Starbucks Corporate Culture, longtime Starbucks marketer John Moore shares untold, behind-the-scenes stories of the processes, the programs, and the products that have made Starbucks a remarkable business success, including:

· Why Starbucks was purpose driven to make a difference in the world.

· How Starbucks goes beyond simply having a mission statement to living its mission statement.

· How the Starbucks principled, innovative, and cause-related approach to marketing built an endearing and enduring brand.

· Why efforts to extend the Starbucks brand into lifestyle offerings such as a literary magazine and full-service restaurants failed.

· How the Starbucks approach to employee career growth has created a passionate workforce.

· How to apply the Starbucks “tribal knowledge” to your business, entrepreneurial venture, or project group.

Tribal Knowledge gives you unprecedented access to the many business lessons that helped Starbucks find prosperity by selling a commodity – all from a marketer who lived inside the Starbucks tribe.


The Business Chinese Language And Culture - Elementary Volume 1 (pageperfect Nook Book)

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Lihua Zhang, Huan Xiong
Published: 2010
ISBN: 7533887220
Publisher: Hangzhou Jiwen Digital Technology Co. Ltd.

The Gunning of America: Business and the Making of American Gun Culture

The Gunning of America: Business and the Making of American Gun Culture

19th Century, General, Weapons, Social Sciences -> History -> American History, Social Sciences -> History -> Military History
Haag, Pamela
Published: 2016
ISBN: 0465098568
Publisher: Basic Books
Americans have always loved guns. This special bond was forged during the American Revolution and sanctified by the Second Amendment. It is because of this exceptional relationship that American civilians are more heavily armed than the citizens of any other nation. Or so we're told. In The Gunning of America, historian Pamela Haag overturns this conventional wisdom. American gun culture, she argues, developed not because the gun was exceptional, but precisely because it was not: guns proliferated in America because throughout most of the nation's history, they were perceived as an unexceptional commodity, no different than buttons or typewriters. Focusing on the history of the Winchester Repeating Arms Company, one of the most iconic arms manufacturers in America, Haag challenges many basic assumptions of how and when America became a gun culture. Under the leadership of Oliver Winchester and his heirs, the company used aggressive, sometimes ingenious sales and marketing techniques to create new markets for their product. Guns have never "sold themselves"; rather, through advertising and innovative distribution campaigns, the gun industry did. Through the meticulous examination of gun industry archives, Haag challenges the myth of a primal bond between Americans and their firearms. Over the course of its 150 year history, the Winchester Repeating Arms Company sold over 8 million guns. But Oliver Winchester-a shirtmaker in his previous career-had no apparent qualms about a life spent arming America. His daughter-in-law Sarah Winchester was a different story. Legend holds that Sarah was haunted by what she considered a vast blood fortune, and became convinced that the ghosts of rifle victims were haunting her. She channeled much of her inheritance, and her conflicted conscience, into a monstrous estate now known as the Winchester Mystery House, where she sought refuge from this ever-expanding army of phantoms. In this provocative and deeply-researched work of narrative history, Haag fundamentally revises the history of arms in America, and in so doing explodes the clichéthat have created and sustained our lethal gun culture.

Power and Shared Values in the Corporate Culture (Research for Business Decisions)

Power and Shared Values in the Corporate Culture (Research for Business Decisions)

Enz, Cathy A.
Published: 1986
ISBN: 0835717380
Publisher: Umi Research Pr

Dancing Culture, Culture Dancing

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Social Science
Sharon Kornelly
Published: September 2011
ISBN: 124354127X
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