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Group Dynamics And Team Building

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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.


Building A Portfolio Company Through Acquisition

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This 17-page research report for private equity investors, entrepreneurs and management focuses on the buyout side of private equity investing. Beginning with a summary of how private equity investing has evolved into what it is today, this report gives an in depth look into the strategies for buyout investing. Using his own company as a case study to demonstrate how successful buyouts unfold, the founder of a successful investment firm identifies the common characteristics of those buyouts and the types of acquisitions that drive value for portfolio companies. Also identified are criteria for selecting the right company to invest in and ways to pinpoint potential danger signs, as well as the qualities that constitute a successful management team. Other topics include free cash flow, debt financing, due diligence, integration planning and execution, EBITDA, roll-up strategies, developing a common internal culture and company identity, board members, important valuation techniques, and the difference between small and large acquisitions. This Executive Report is written by: M. William Macey Jr., Managing Partner & Co-Founder, Sterling Investment Partners. About Executive Reports: "Executive Reports" offer focused, hard-hitting advice from the leaders of some of America's top companies, packaged in a concise, readable format. Each research report provides readers with 3 to 5 strategies that will have a direct financial impact on their business. While not meant as a comprehensive guide, each report includes quick-hit items that can immediately impact specific business strategies. Executive authors drill down to the central issues surrounding each topic area and dispense expert advice in concise, direct language. "Executive Reports" feature leading professionals selected by the Aspatore Editorial Board based on their experience, research, and standing within the professional community.


Building A Virtual Library

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The organization, functioning, and the role of libraries in university communities continue to change dramatically. While academic research libraries continue to acquire information, organize it, make it available, and preserve it, the critical issues for their management teams in the twenty-first century are to formulate a clear mission and role for their library, particularly as libraries transition to meet the new information needs of their university constituents. Building a Virtual Library addresses these issues by providing insight into the current changes and developments within the area of library science.


Steamy Exotic Tales

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Vacation Romance Collection

READ FOR FREE WITH KINDLE UNLIMITED! This Collection Contains 5 Seductive Vacation Romance Short Stories from Best Selling Contemporary Romance Author Victoria Sparks, Featuring Relentless Alpha Males and Exotic BBW Menages!List of Books Within This Collection: 1. Cruise Ship Desires 2. Exotic Secrets 3. Forbidden Vacation Desires 4. Hot Vacation Secrets 5. Travelling Temptations Content suitable for mature readers, contains sexual content and harsh language.


On Building A Theatre

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From the INTRODUCTION.
Architectural ineptitudes are more likely to be perpetuated and in time condoned than those in any other art. Generally speaking, a bad painting is scrapped, poor music remains unpublished and unplayed (along with much good music, no doubt), and bad books, after a time, cease to be read. But a building is somehow inescapable. Having a durability that needs no treasuring, and being erected more often for use than for beauty, a building generally achieves longevity, and the bad art crumbles no sooner than the good stone. Usefulness, great initial cost, sturdy stuff, are all against a building's being put out of the way merely because it is ugly. Or even, as a matter of fact, because it does not successfully serve the purpose for which it was erected.
As people live in a house, Or work, day after day, in a store or factory or public building, they become used to inconveniences, bad arrangement, and lack of proper facilities. They complain for a time, perhaps, and then forget. And after a while, when the house has become home, or the large building has gathered tradition, a sort of admiration settles upon it. What is really plain ugly or wrong or bad appears quaint and full of "atmosphere." And is imitated. Style and tradition embalm the very features that make the building a bad building.
In the theatre, this perpetuation of musty, tradition-hallowed faults of construction has been carried to an extraordinary extreme. There is more ritual, one might believe, in constructing a stage and auditorium in accordance with honored custom than there is in the building of a church. In the more modern theatres, there have been notable improvements over the theatres of a generation ago; but in the auditoriums and stages of schools, clubs and societies, and in other public or semi-public buildings in which such facilities are included as a sort of side issue, the ancient law is observed. The average high school stage seems to be inspired by the faint recollection of a visit to the theatre, supplemented by the examination of old prints illustrating the stage of Inigo Jones.
To-day, by a concerted movement throughout the country, hundreds of community houses are being planned as war memorials. These buildings are designed to include facilities for all the social and recreational interests of the communities they will serve. Practically all of them will include stages and auditoriums. At the same time, hundreds of new school buildings are being planned, and these, too, will have stages intended to be useful for dramatic productions. But unless architects have at their disposal much more technical knowledge of the producers' requirements than in the past, it is certain that most of these auditoriums and stages will be bad-as are the auditoriums and stages in most existing schools. It is to forestall some of the common mistakes that this paper has been prepared-to describe them in detail, and to set up against them the ideal features toward which the designers of such structures should strive.



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