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Lynn's Dragon Ranch: Cloud Lands Saga Mini Adve...
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Journey to the Cloud-Lands as a young group of interns takes on Lynn's Dragon Ranch for school credit. All is not as easy as learning how to feed the different dragons and harvest their scales when some of the dragons' health takes a turn for the worst. Can the lively interns help Lynn save the dragons and her ranch? This is Cloud-Lands mini adventure set in the same world as Katie Pottle's debut novel: Warrior Path, set to be released by E2 Books and Co. in the Fall of 2015. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Monica Foster. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/019881/bk_acx0_019881_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Half Life , Hörbuch, Digital, 1, 502min
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California is split by a cloud of lethal radiation. Two strangers, a businessman, and a beautiful younger woman are trapped on the wrong side of an impenetrable wall of death. They have to find a way home to loved ones and responsibilities, but there are no flights, no ships, and the highways are impassible. Furthermore, Jamie has nothing - no money, identification, or credit. She is helpless and alone with a strange man. Should she follow him into a strange country? What happens to two people in crisis, thrown together and desperate to survive in a world driven mad by nature's fury and human folly? 1. Language: English. Narrator: Elizabeth Kurz. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/117511/bk_acx0_117511_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Strategy Beyond the Hockey Stick
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Beat the odds with a bold strategy We've all seen hockey stick business plans before. A future where results sail confidently upward, but with a dip coinciding with next year's budget. CEOs usually rely on their experience and business smarts to figure out which of those hockey sticks are real, and which are fake. But all too often getting to a "yes," competing for resources, and striving to claim credit, cloud the hard decisions. Another strategy framework? No thanks, we already have plenty of those, and they don't fix the real problem: the social dynamics in your strategy room. Mining the data from thousands of large companies, McKinsey Partners Chris Bradley, Martin Hirt and Sven Smit open the windows of that room, and bring an "outside view." They found three discrete groups of companies: the bottom quintile with massive economic losses; the long, flat, middle 60 percent with practically no economic profit; and the top 20 percent to whom all the value accrues. Some companies do achieve real hockey stick performance: but just 1-in-12 jump from the middle tier to the top over a ten year period. This does not happen by magic--there is an empirically-backed science to improve your odds of success by capitalizing on your endowment, riding the right trends, and most importantly, making a few big moves. To make these big moves happen, you're going to have to break through inertia, gamesmanship and risk aversion. You're going to have to mitigate human biases and manage group dynamics. Eight practical shifts can help you do this, and unlock bigger, bolder, better strategies. This is not another by-the-book approach to strategy. It's not another trudge through frameworks or small-scale case studies promising a secret formula for success. It's an irreverent, fact-driven, and humorous take on the real world of strategic decision making.

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Strategy Beyond the Hockey Stick
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Beat the odds with a bold strategy We've all seen hockey stick business plans before. A future where results sail confidently upward, but with a dip coinciding with next year's budget. CEOs usually rely on their experience and business smarts to figure out which of those hockey sticks are real, and which are fake. But all too often getting to a "yes," competing for resources, and striving to claim credit, cloud the hard decisions. Another strategy framework? No thanks, we already have plenty of those, and they don't fix the real problem: the social dynamics in your strategy room. Mining the data from thousands of large companies, McKinsey Partners Chris Bradley, Martin Hirt and Sven Smit open the windows of that room, and bring an "outside view." They found three discrete groups of companies: the bottom quintile with massive economic losses; the long, flat, middle 60 percent with practically no economic profit; and the top 20 percent to whom all the value accrues. Some companies do achieve real hockey stick performance: but just 1-in-12 jump from the middle tier to the top over a ten year period. This does not happen by magic--there is an empirically-backed science to improve your odds of success by capitalizing on your endowment, riding the right trends, and most importantly, making a few big moves. To make these big moves happen, you're going to have to break through inertia, gamesmanship and risk aversion. You're going to have to mitigate human biases and manage group dynamics. Eight practical shifts can help you do this, and unlock bigger, bolder, better strategies. This is not another by-the-book approach to strategy. It's not another trudge through frameworks or small-scale case studies promising a secret formula for success. It's an irreverent, fact-driven, and humorous take on the real world of strategic decision making.

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Power Up: How Smart Women Win in the New Econom...
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Pioneering Silicon Valley entrepreneur and investor Magdalena Yesil came to the United States in 1976 with two suitcases and $43, blind to the challenges she would face as a woman and immigrant in Silicon Valley. Today she is best known as the first investor and a founding board member of Salesforce, the now multibillion-dollar company that ushered in the era of cloud-based computing. In Power Up: How Smart Women Win in the New Economy, Yesil urges women to look beyond the alarming gender statistics of the workplace and feel confident entering tech or any field - but also prepared to deal with the challenges. She shares what she experienced as a woman in Silicon Valley with surprising candor and heart, relying not just on her insight but that of more than a dozen top women entrepreneurs to offer pragmatic takeaways on topics such as: Owning career choices while managing risk Getting credit for your work Managing sexual dynamics Recruiting allies in the movement toward a supportive workplace for everyone Pragmatic, incisive, and full of highly actionable advice, Yesil prepares ambitious women to break glass ceilings and rise to the top in the New Silicon Valley - and beyond. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Magdalena Yesil. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/hach/003557/bk_hach_003557_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Statistics for Beginners: How Easy It Is to Lie...
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Big Brother is watching you. Discover how statistics can be used to control our society. Have you ever wondered what your neighbor does every morning at 8:35 am, when you hear weird sounds coming from his balcony? Did you ever realize that the “likes“ you put on other people´s Instagram account will influence the next summer collection of Zara, H&M, and Nike? Are you aware that whenever you swipe your credit card in the supermarket, you are not only paying with money, but you are giving valuable personal data away for free? The science of collecting, analyzing, and interpreting data became a powerful tool to get useful information about humans and their environment.  Personal data has more value than ever and yet you leave terabytes of it for free on your devices or floating around in your cloud.  Not only do Google and Facebook harvest billions from using your data for advertising, but talented hackers have also created a luxurious living from stealing and selling your data. In our high tech world, decision making is based on evidence instead of assumptions.  By now our entire world is build around reliable statistics. ...ehm hold on. Reliable? If I tell you baldness raises the cardiovascular disease risk up to 70%, it is a true fact. What I forgot to mention is baldness and old age are related. So what is the cause of cardiovascular diseases? Baldness or old age? Statistics can be misleading and manipulating. Yet there are incredible examples of how statistics helped to solve crimes and find a serial killer. In Statistics for Beginners, you´ll discover:  How statistics replaced religion and what happened to god What will happen when robots will take the world leadership and how close we are to a gigantic robot invasionbr / 1. Language: English. Narrator: Cliff Weldon. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/152348/bk_acx0_152348_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Strategy Beyond the Hockey Stick: People, Proba...
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Beat the odds with a bold strategy  We’ve all seen hockey stick business plans before. A future where results sail confidently upward, but with a dip coinciding with next year’s budget.  CEOs usually rely on their experience and business smarts to figure out which of those hockey sticks are real, and which are fake. But all too often getting to a “yes,” competing for resources, and striving to claim credit, cloud the hard decisions. Another strategy framework? No thanks, we already have plenty of those, and they don’t fix the real problem: the social dynamics in your strategy room.  Mining the data from thousands of large companies, McKinsey Partners Chris Bradley, Martin Hirt, and Sven Smit open the windows of that room, and bring an “outside view”. They found three discrete groups of companies: the bottom quintile with massive economic losses; the long, flat, middle 60 percent with practically no economic profit; and the top 20 percent to whom all the value accrues.  Some companies do achieve real hockey stick performance: but just 1-in-12 jump from the middle tier to the top over a 10-year period. This does not happen by magic - there is an empirically-backed science to improve your odds of success by capitalizing on your endowment, riding the right trends, and most importantly, making a few big moves.  To make these big moves happen, you’re going to have to break through inertia, gamesmanship, and risk aversion. You’re going to have to mitigate human biases and manage group dynamics. Eight practical shifts can help you do this, and unlock bigger, bolder, better strategies.  This is not another by-the-book approach to strategy. It’s not another trudge through frameworks or small-scale case studies promising a secret formula for success. It’s an irreverent, fact-driven, and humorous take on the real world of strategic decision making. PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying reference 1. Language: English. Narrator: David Marantz. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/033678/bk_adbl_033678_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Strategy Beyond the Hockey Stick
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Beat the odds with a bold strategyWe've all seen hockey stick business plans before. A future where results sail confidently upward, but with a dip coinciding with next year's budget.CEOs usually rely on their experience and business smarts to figure out which of those hockey sticks are real, and which are fake. But all too often getting to a "yes," competing for resources, and striving to claim credit, cloud the hard decisions. Another strategy framework? No thanks, we already have plenty of those, and they don't fix the real problem: the social dynamics in your strategy room.Mining the data from thousands of large companies, McKinsey Partners Chris Bradley, Martin Hirt and Sven Smit open the windows of that room, and bring an "outside view." They found three discrete groups of companies: the bottom quintile with massive economic losses, the long, flat, middle 60 percent with practically no economic profit, and the top 20 percent to whom all the value accrues.Some companies do achieve real hockey stick performance: but just 1-in-12 jump from the middle tier to the top over a ten year period. This does not happen by magic--there is an empirically-backed science to improve your odds of success by capitalizing on your endowment, riding the right trends, and most importantly, making a few big moves.To make these big moves happen, you're going to have to break through inertia, gamesmanship and risk aversion. You're going to have to mitigate human biases and manage group dynamics. Eight practical shifts can help you do this, and unlock bigger, bolder, better strategies.This is not another by-the-book approach to strategy. It's not another trudge through frameworks or small-scale case studies promising a secret formula for success. It's an irreverent, fact-driven, and humorous take on the real world of strategic decision making.

Anbieter: Dodax
Stand: 30.05.2020
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A Brief Report on Data Breaches in U.S. Healthc...
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Research Paper from the year 2015 in the subject Medicine - Public Health, grade: 1, Northeastern University of Boston, language: English, abstract: Data breaches in U.S. healthcare have become ubiquitous with modern hackers honing in on healthcare data due to its lucrative economic value. Cyber crooks regard medical identity theft as 'The triple crown of stolen data' as it's worth more than a Social Security Number or credit card number in the internet black market. The black market rate for each partial EHR is $50 as compared to $1 for a stolen Social Security Number or credit card number. With 44% of data breaches that healthcare organizations contribute to, this report analyzes for the evolving security measures and trends in the healthcare industry to protect data from cyber crooks. An infographic study was carried out to explore the ways by which data is lost, states accounting the most and least number of medical data breaches, and the location of breached information. Outcome of this infographics study is expected to pave the way for possibility of future research and scholarly debate. Potential of cloud computing in healthcare has been taken into account and was analyzed for its benefits of adoption and use, obstacles, and its forecast in the near future. At the outset, this report is a snapshot of U.S. healthcare's defensive preparation and strategy against the level of cyber-attacks that will be coming at them, statistical analysis on types of breach impacting healthcare organizations the most, state-wise percentage analysis of medical data breach, and cloud computing as a defensive solution to protect the data from cyber-attacks, and insider threat - disgruntled employees and patient-record snoopers.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 30.05.2020
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