Even severe problems are manageable
Famed economist Jeffrey Sachs delivers pessimistic news optimistically. Yes,
the earth is direly threatened by global warming, poverty, war and deforestation. Yet, Sachs asserts that these severe problems are manageable. Sachs doesn’t shy away from politically touchy declarations, arguing against the US war in Iraq and for legalized abortion, and delivering a juxtaposed frightening and promising message. GetAbstract recommends this book to anyone seeking insight into the world’s most pressing problems.
Also See: Common Wealth: Economics for a Crowded Planet (Graphic)
A model to guide leaders
Pull up a chair for a straightforward exposition of the threats facing
professional-service firms and the measures they need to take to meet today’s marketplace demands. Thomas J. DeLong, John J. Gabarro and Robert J. Lees examine the challenges confronting the professional-service firms and offer a model to guide leaders, emphasizing planning, commitment, execution and setting an example. GetAbstract finds that this book will interest any service industry professional.
Also See: When Professionals Have to Lead: A New Model for High Performance (Graphic)