This book explores management concepts and practical principles. It is about building a successful business through formidable sales efforts and providing desirable leadership for your Selling business enterprise. It is about reinventing yourself as a team builder and sales leader while creating a positive, growing environment for the most dynamic resource you have: your people.
The BIA (Business Impact Analysis) is not just all about satisfying management requirements. Its most important goal is to provide your organization (business, hospital, or agency) with a solid data foundation upon which you can build a meaningful, comprehensive Business Continuity Plan (BCP).
In Building a Business Impact Analysis (BIA) Process: A Hands-on Blueprint, Barry Cardoza uses his teaching and lecturing skills to clearly lead you through a concise, step-by-step blueprint for building not just another "window dressing document," but an entire, systematic, functioning BIA Process.
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A good BIA-based BCP that is team-driven, flexible and useful, today and tomorrow, is what works Whatever your job accountability is in your organization: management, business continuity, risk or loss prevention, crisis preparedness and response, or education & training a " this is your designated, hands-on guidebook
Ever wondered what it takes to become a successful professional? This book grabs you by your wrist and guides you to success. It reinforces that a team always outsmarts loners. The heuristic methodology followed in this book in a simple easy-to-follow allows you to refer to the book anytime. The ideas are imbibed in a list format to enable easy reading. Have a successful career.
A courageous future lies ahead of us. We wave goodbye, on no uncertain terms, to the invisible workings of the cyberian world. Our future lies in an honest technology, a technology that is within our reach, a technology that will not abandon us, a technology that requires not the dark oils of subterranean caverns.
How do governments in Africa make decisions about language? What does language have to do with state-building, and what impact might it have on democracy? This manuscript provides a longue duree explanation for policies toward language in Africa, taking the reader through colonial, independence, and contemporary periods. It explains the growing trend toward the use of multiple languages in education as a result of new opportunities and incentives. The opportunities incorporate ideational relationships with former colonizers as well as the work of language NGOs on the ground. The incentives relate to the current requirements of democratic institutions, and the strategies leaders devise to win elections within these constraints. By contrasting the environment faced by African leaders with that faced by European state-builders, it explains the weakness of education and limited spread of standard languages on the continent. The work combines constructivist understanding about changing preferences with realist insights about the strategies leaders employ to maintain power.
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