In the last few years, there have been many changes in our economy and our finances.This book provides the tips and tools needed to gain a better understanding of what is going on and how to use that information to save money on your 2010 income tax return.
This book can be found in HECSA Library: New Tax Law Simplified 2011: How to Pay Less in Taxes for 2010 – and Beyond! Barbara Weltman KF 6289.85 .W45 2011
The Indian Ocean and the countries surrounding it are often on the periphery of American foreign policy. Yet, the recent rise of these countries on the world stage represents a significant shift in the global balance. American foreign policy must concentrate on this area if America wants to remain dominant in an ever-changing world.
This book can be found in HECSA Library: Monsoon: The Indian Ocean and the Future of American Power Robert D. Kaplan DS 341.3 .U6 K374 2010
The 21st century world has already experienced significant upheaval due to unemployment, environmental degradation and social tension.The authors show that high tech weapons and vast military might is not enough to maintain order because they provide an opportunity for warlords, militias, pirates and similar operations to expand.This book suggests a thorough overhaul of military priorities and tactics, and the strengthening of NGOs, charities and others to increase security in this century.
This book can be found in HECSA Library: Ultimate Weapon is No Weapon: Human Security and the New Rules of War and Peace Shannon D. Beebe and Mary Kaldor JZ5588 .B44 2010
The ability to write a performance review that is meaningful and change-driven is what separates average supervisors from great managers. But, often it is difficult to find the most appropriate words. This volume provides hundreds of ready-made phrases for crafting accurate assessments, documenting behaviors and accomplishments, developing promising workers, and conducting face-to-face reviews.
This book can be found in HECSA Library: Perfect Phrases for Performance Reviews: Hundreds of Ready-to-Use Phrases for Describing Employee Performance Douglas Max and Robert Bacal HF 5549.5 .R3 M258 2011
Humans have always been driven to explore the world they know; and to see what is beyond the known boundaries.This collection of 40 biographical sketches reveals the desire of men and women to see what is beyond their boundaries through first-hand accounts, drawings, photos and other narratives. This book can be found in HECSA Library: The Great Explorers Robin Hanbury-Tenison G 200 .G74 2010
In 1998, three Harvard Business School graduates turned down lucrative jobs to form their own companies.Their efforts have paid off extremely well.These three people learned a great deal about what it takes to become a successful entrepreneur.The author distills this knowledge down to ten rules for creating dynamic, long-lasting businesses.This book can be found in HECSA Library: The Intelligent Entrepreneur: How Three Harvard Business School Graduates Learned the Ten Rules of Successful Entrepreneurship Bill Murphy, Jr. HB615 .M87 2010
Traditional organizations are built around the idea of control.Yet, the new world order demands openness, transparency, and authenticity.The author shows leaders how to tap into the power of social technology to create an open organization.By embracing social media, leaders can transform their organizations to become more effective and decisive .
This book can be found in HECSA Library: Open Leadership: How Social Technology Can Transform the Way You Lead Charlene Li HD 57.7 .L5 2010
Every organization has two elements:the formal organization—the management structure, performance metrics and formal strategy; and the informal organization:the culture, social networks, and ad hoc communities that spring up naturally.Insightful leaders and managers understand that to really lead the organization, they must rely on the informal as well as the formal organization to achieve results.This book explores how top level organizations balance both elements to achieve outstanding results.
This book can be found in HECSA Library: Leading Outside the Lines: How to Mobilized the (in)Formal Organization, Energize Your Team, and Get Better Results Jon R. Katzenbach and Zia Khan HF5549.5 .M63 K373 2010
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