Leading By Design

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ISBN: 0066620384
Release Date: 1999-09-01
Number of pages: 256
Author: Bertil Torekull
Publisher: Collins

Download and read online Leading By Design in PDF and EPUB The man who founded Ikea at the age of seventeen in 1943 reveals how he built his business into the largest and most well-known furniture manufacturer in the world.

Leading by Design

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ISBN: 9781935542315
Release Date: 2012-01-31
Number of pages: 200
Author: Cassandra Erkens
Publisher: Solution Tree Press

Download and read online Leading by Design in PDF and EPUB By focusing on what students learn rather than what they are taught, schools can redefine their mission and begin the transition to a professional learning community. After interviewing and observing principals, administrators, and teachers, the authors identify seven leadership practices that effective PLC leaders share, along with the techniques that have led them to sustainable success.

Leading by Design

Filename: leading-by-design.pdf
ISBN: 0646572296
Release Date: 2012-06-22
Number of pages: 194
Author: Irene van der Does de Willebois

Download and read online Leading by Design in PDF and EPUB We are all fundamentally creative. Perhaps we have not yet learnt to use our creative lens as a tool to thrive in a complex world. We often fear change and hesitate to make decisions that impact our future. Despite the future being unknown, there is a way to deal with it. In dealing with complex problems, we need to embrace creative thinking and all it has to offer in providing alternatives to pursue. Leading by Design enables us to recognise the influence of our internal operating system and how it limits or enhances our effectiveness as a leader. Increasing effectiveness through unlocking creativity provides us with a broader perspective; one that is both rational and intuitive, incorporating both linear and non-linear, left brain and right brain, task-focused and relationship focused. Finding ways to empower and encourage each individual within the organization is leading by design. Leading by Design will give you a leadership advantage as well as create an edge by enabling you tap directly into your purpose and turn that into your reality. The first in its series, Leading by Design combines case studies, research as well as Irene’s personal experiences that demonstrate we can all lead using the principles of design. Leading by Design is about moving beyond your comfort zone and enabling you to re-connect with your purpose, realigning your vision to find a precise point of harmony from which to lead your organisation.

Leading by Design

Filename: leading-by-design.pdf
ISBN: 1888237538
Release Date: 2005-01-01
Number of pages: 248
Author: Andrew Westmoreland

Download and read online Leading by Design in PDF and EPUB This book examines Jesus' response of grace and truth to twelve types of people. In each chapter, readers develop a specific plan to know how to respond to each one, and they are encouraged to take specific and effection action.

Organization Theory and Design

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ISBN: 9780324405422
Release Date: 2006-01-26
Number of pages: 640
Author: Richard Daft
Publisher: Cengage Learning

Download and read online Organization Theory and Design in PDF and EPUB Richard Daft's best-selling text, ORGANIZATION THEORY AND DESIGN, integrates the most recent thinking about organizations, classic ideas and theories, and real world practice, in a way that is interesting and enjoyable for students. Throughout the text, detailed examples illustrate how companies are coping in the rapidly changing, highly competitive, international environment. It is one of the most systematic and well- organized texts in the market. It helps students and managers prepare for the challenges they will face in the real world. This edition provides a thorough revision to showcase current examples and research alongside time-tested information. While organization studies and real world examples are insightful for understanding organizations and solve real-world problems, Daft also integrates numerous features that give students opportunity to apply concepts and develop skills and insights. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Slim by Design

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ISBN: 9781781807675
Release Date: 2016-04-26
Number of pages: 328
Author: Brian Wansink
Publisher: Hay House, Inc

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In this paradigm-shattering book, leading behavioural economist and food psychologist Brian Wansink - dubbed the 'Sherlock Holmes of food' and the 'wizard of why' - offers a radical new philosophy for weight loss. The answer isn't to tell people what to do: it's to set up their living environments so that they will naturally lose weight. Using cutting-edge, never-before-seen research from his acclaimed Food and Brand Lab at Cornell University, Wansink reveals how innovative and inexpensive design changes - from home kitchens to restaurants, from grocery stores to schools and workplaces - can make it mindlessly easy for people to eat healthier and make it more profitable for the companies who sell the food.

In Slim by Design, Wansink argues that the easiest, quickest and most natural way to reverse weight gain is to work with human nature, not against it. He demonstrates how schools can nudge kids to take an apple instead of a cookie, how restaurants can increase profits by selling half-size portions, how supermarkets can double the amount of fruits and vegetables they sell, and how anyone can cut plate refills at home by more than a third. Interweaving drawings, charts, floor plans and scorecards with new scientific studies and compelling insights that will make you view your surroundings in an entirely fresh way, this entertaining, eye-opening book offers practical solutions for changing your everyday environment to make you, your family and even your community slim by design.

Changing by Design

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ISBN: UOM:39015043819542
Release Date: 1997-05-09
Number of pages: 227
Author: Douglas C. Eadie
Publisher: Jossey-Bass

Download and read online Changing by Design in PDF and EPUB Change is an ever-present and powerful force in today's fast-paced world. To keep an organization clearly focused on fulfilling its mission, nonprofit leaders must develop specific, strategic initiatives to meet the challenges of a constantly evolving environment. Changing by Design offers a proactive approach to both designing and implementing change initiatives within nonprofit organizations. By addressing three key areas?coordinated leadership on the part of the chief executive and the board, creative innovation in deciding what needs to change and how to change it, and effective implementation of new ideas and programs, this book presents a balanced, comprehensive model for successfully managing change in today's nonprofit. Illustrated by real-life case studies, Changing by Design shows how to: * Design and manage a change plan?from initial analysis through implementation * Partner effectively with the board in leading change * Encourage and unleash creativity and innovation in developing change initiatives * Effectively involve staff in designing and implementing change * Protect change initiatives from becoming sidetracked by day-to-day pressures * Recognize and deal with barriers to change To successfully fulfill its mission and remain relevant to the world around it, an organization must not only be ready and able to adapt to change but must also develop a culture where change is used as a strategic, creative tool for growth. Changing by Design provides the innovative change management approach that will prepare any nonprofit organization to both maintain and expand its capacity to address the serious economic and social issues facing today's turbulent world.


Filename: design.pdf
ISBN: 9781512775150
Release Date: 2017-02-08
Number of pages: 182
Author: Anthony J. Marchese Ph.D.
Publisher: WestBow Press

Download and read online Design in PDF and EPUB Leadership scholar and consultant Dr. Anthony J. Marchese invites everyone who wishes to lead an extraordinary life on an incredible expedition- a journey of self- discovery. Unlike most leadership books which impose a to-do list of unfamiliar or unnatural strategies to fix what is wrong or lacking in oneself or others, Design challenges readers to explore and develop what is already there- to harness what is right. Humanity is comprised of original individuals; each endowed with a remarkable identity, rich in gifts just waiting to be discovered and shared with the world. In a blend of research-inspired principles and real-life stories, Marchese draws upon multiple disciplines to emphasize the originality of the human design and its exceptional capacity to enrich a world desperately in need of positive change. Inspiring both reflection and action, the fast-moving chapters lead readers to a crescendo as they are guided to develop their very own personal owner’s manual and establish a promising foundation for purposeful learning, living, and leading.

What Pastors Wish Church Members Knew

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ISBN: 9780310574835
Release Date: 2009-09-13
Number of pages: 176
Author: Denise George
Publisher: Zondervan

Download and read online What Pastors Wish Church Members Knew in PDF and EPUB Pastors face a nearly impossible position! Even happy, healthy pastors struggle with pressures, pains, and fears unique to their position. If pastors were given an opportunity to speak honestly, openly, and anonymously about themselves, their families, and their churches, what would they say? What Pastors Wish Church Members Knew provides that opportunity. Based on anonymous and honest interviews and surveys, a national cross-section of hundreds of pastors speak out about their personal life, faith, health, wife, children, finances, greatest joys, frustrations, disappointments, greatest fears, and dreams. And you’ll learn how you can better help and encourage your pastor. This is insightful and encouraging reading for anyone who cares about the future of the church. This is a companion to the book What Women Wish Pastors Knew.

Integrating Differentiated Instruction Understanding by Design

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ISBN: 9781416602842
Release Date: 2006-01
Number of pages: 199
Author: Carol A. Tomlinson
Publisher: ASCD

Download and read online Integrating Differentiated Instruction Understanding by Design in PDF and EPUB Shows how to combine two effective frameworks to provide a comprehensive approach to ensure all students are learning at maximum levels.

Failure by Design

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ISBN: 0801461138
Release Date: 2011-01-11
Number of pages:
Author: Josh Bivens
Publisher: Cornell University Press

Download and read online Failure by Design in PDF and EPUB In Failure by Design, the Economic Policy Institute's Josh Bivens takes a step back from the acclaimed State of Working America series, building on its wealth of data to relate a compelling narrative of the U.S. economy's struggle to emerge from the Great Recession of 2008. Bivens explains the causes and impact on working Americans of the most catastrophic economic policy failure since the 1920s. As outlined clearly here, economic growth since the late 1970s has been slow and inequitably distributed, largely as a result of poor policy choices. These choices only got worse in the 2000s, leading to an anemic economic expansion. What growth we did see in the economy was fueled by staggering increases in private-sector debt and a housing bubble that artificially inflated wealth by trillions of dollars. As had been predicted, the bursting of the housing bubble had disastrous consequences for the broader economy, spurring a financial crisis and a rise in joblessness that dwarfed those resulting from any recession since the Great Depression. The fallout from the Great Recession makes it near certain that there will be yet another lost decade of income growth for typical families, whose incomes had not been boosted by the previous decade's sluggish and localized economic expansion. In its broad narrative of how the economy has failed to deliver for most Americans over much of the past three decades, Failure by Design also offers compelling graphical evidence on jobs, incomes, wages, and other measures of economic well-being most relevant to low- and middle-income workers. Josh Bivens tracks these trends carefully, giving a lesson in economic history that is readable yet rigorous in its analysis. Intended as both a stand-alone volume and a companion to the new State of Working America website that presents all of the data underlying this cogent analysis, Failure by Design will become required reading as a road map to the economic problems that confront working Americans.

Fragile by Design

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ISBN: 9781400849925
Release Date: 2014-02-23
Number of pages: 584
Author: Charles W. Calomiris
Publisher: Princeton University Press

Download and read online Fragile by Design in PDF and EPUB Why are banking systems unstable in so many countries—but not in others? The United States has had twelve systemic banking crises since 1840, while Canada has had none. The banking systems of Mexico and Brazil have not only been crisis prone but have provided miniscule amounts of credit to business enterprises and households. Analyzing the political and banking history of the United Kingdom, the United States, Canada, Mexico, and Brazil through several centuries, Fragile by Design demonstrates that chronic banking crises and scarce credit are not accidents. Calomiris and Haber combine political history and economics to examine how coalitions of politicians, bankers, and other interest groups form, why they endure, and how they generate policies that determine who gets to be a banker, who has access to credit, and who pays for bank bailouts and rescues. Fragile by Design is a revealing exploration of the ways that politics inevitably intrudes into bank regulation.

Quality by Design for Biopharmaceuticals

Filename: quality-by-design-for-biopharmaceuticals.pdf
ISBN: 9781118210918
Release Date: 2011-09-20
Number of pages: 312
Author: Anurag S. Rathore
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

Download and read online Quality by Design for Biopharmaceuticals in PDF and EPUB The concepts, applications, and practical issues of Quality by Design Quality by Design (QbD) is a new framework currently being implemented by the FDA, as well as EU and Japanese regulatory agencies, to ensure better understanding of the process so as to yield a consistent and high-quality pharmaceutical product. QbD breaks from past approaches in assuming that drug quality cannot be tested into products; rather, it must be built into every step of the product creation process. Quality by Design: Perspectives and Case Studies presents the first systematic approach to QbD in the biotech industry. A comprehensive resource, it combines an in-depth explanation of basic concepts with real-life case studies that illustrate the practical aspects of QbD implementation. In this single source, leading authorities from the biotechnology industry and the FDA discuss such topics as: The understanding and development of the product's critical quality attributes (CQA) Development of the design space for a manufacturing process How to employ QbD to design a formulation process Raw material analysis and control strategy for QbD Process Analytical Technology (PAT) and how it relates to QbD Relevant PAT tools and applications for the pharmaceutical industry The uses of risk assessment and management in QbD Filing QbD information in regulatory documents The application of multivariate data analysis (MVDA) to QbD Filled with vivid case studies that illustrate QbD at work in companies today, Quality by Design is a core reference for scientists in the biopharmaceutical industry, regulatory agencies, and students.

e Learning by Design

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ISBN: 9781118118382
Release Date: 2011-12-14
Number of pages: 640
Author: William Horton
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

Download and read online e Learning by Design in PDF and EPUB Since the first edition of E-learning by Design, e-learning has evolved rapidly and fringe techniques have moved into the mainstream. Underlying and underwriting these changes in e–learning are advances in technology and changes in society. The second edition of the bestselling book E-Learning by Design offers a comprehensive look at the concepts and processes of developing, creating, and implementing a successful e-learning program. This practical, down-to-earth resource is filled with clear information and instruction without over simplification. The book helps instructors build customized e-learning programs from scratch—building on core principles of instructional design to: develop meaningful activities and lessons; create and administer online tests and assessments; design learning games and simulations; and implement an individualized program. "Every newcomer to the field will find this edition indispensable, while professionals will find much needed contemporary information to manage the rapid changes happening in our field. Even if you own the first edition, buy this update as soon as possible." —Michael W. Allen, CEO of Allen Interactions, Inc.; author, Michael Allen's e-Learning Library Series "Covers the full range of options for presenting learning materials online—including designing useful topics, engaging activities, and reliable tests—and it takes into account the realities and issues of today's instructional designers, such as social learning and mobile learning." —Saul Carliner, associate professor, Concordia University; author, The E-Learning Handbook "Horton nails it! Perfectly timed, robust, and practical, this second edition of brings together the latest strategies for learning without losing its critical premise—technology enables e-learning, but great design makes it work." —Marc J. Rosenberg, e-learning strategist; author, Beyond E-Learning "An e-learning encyclopedia loaded with detailed guidelines and examples ranging from basic instructional design techniques to the latest applications in games, social media, and mobile-learning. An essential reference for anyone involved in e-learning design, development, or evaluation" —Ruth Colvin Clark, author, e-Learning and the Science of Instruction

Premium by Design

Filename: premium-by-design.pdf
ISBN: 1409418901
Release Date: 2011
Number of pages: 294
Author: Marco Bevolo
Publisher: Gower Publishing, Ltd.

Download and read online Premium by Design in PDF and EPUB Premium by Design is a thoroughly researched, well argued and well presented study that identifies how global business leaders have succeeded in achieving margins by design. Thanks to original tools and processes, this book shows how you might also succeed. It is about better, but reachable and real, products and services. The book features insights from the world of customer science and design research.