NEW BOOK TITLES IN THE GIBS IC COLLECTION – 1Q 2013

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GIBS IC BOOKS ON DISPLAY

GIBS IC BOOKS ON DISPLAY

 The little black book of innovation : how it works, how to do it / Scott D. Anthony.  –  GIB 658.4063 ANTHONY  – Innovation may be the hottest discipline around today, in business circles and beyond. And for good reason. Innovation transforms companies and markets. It is the key to solving vexing social problems. And it makes or breaks professional careers. For all the enthusiasm the topic inspires, however, the practice of innovation remains stubbornly impenetrable. No longer. In this book the author draws on stories from his research and field work with companies like Procter & Gamble to demystify innovation. He presents a simple definition of innovation, breaks down the essential differences between types of innovation, and illuminates innovation’s vital role in organizational success and personal growth. This unique hybrid of professional memoir and business guidebook also provides a powerful 28-day program for mastering innovation’s key steps: (1) Finding insight, (2) Generating ideas, (3) Building businesses, and (4) Strengthening innovation prowess in workforces and organizations. Using several illustrative case studies and vignettes from a range of companies around the globe, this playbook teaches people how to turn themselves or their companies into true innovation powerhouses 

 

Applied business statistics : methods and Excel-based applications / Trevor Wegner. – Applied business statistics : methods and Excel-based applications / Trevor Wegner – GIB 658.4033 WEGNER – Setting the statistical scene — Exploratory data analysis — Foundations of statistical inference: probability and sampling — Making statistical inferences — Statistical models for forecasting and planning — Solutions to exercises.

 

Lean but agile : rethink workforce planning and gain a true competitive edge / William J. Rothwell, James Graber, Neil McCormick. – GIB 658.301 ROTHWELL – Subjects: Manpower planning — Cost effectiveness. Personnel management — Strategic planning.

 

Talent management in emerging markets / edited by Steve Bluen – GIB 658.314 TALENT – – While much has been written on talent management in the global context, talent management in emerging markets, and the unique challenges and opportunities it presents, has received little attention in the literature. This book explores these issues through theory, practice and case studies with contributions from scholars and practitioners based both in emerging markets and in Canada, the United Kingdom and The United States. The book provides the reader with a guide to setting up a talent management function in a multinational company operating in emerging markets, including some 70 learnings and a set of key performance indicators with indicative targets to achieve when managing talent effectively in emerging markets.”

 

Performance management for government, universities, schools and NGOs : a practical and informative textbook for managing performance in service delivery-orientated organisations / Mark Bussin – GIB 658.3125 BUSSIN – Profit versus non-profit organisations — The philosophy of performance — The drivers of performance in non-profit organisations — Basics of measurement — Performance appraisal rating scales — Performance management in non-governmental organisations — Performance management and development in government — Performance management in state-owned companies — Performance management in universities — Defining the determinants of higher education and the effective performance, leadership and management of today’s university — Performance management in schools — Crucial/honest conversations regarding performance — Critical success factors, and epilogue.

 

 

Developing student graduateness and employability : issues, provocations, theory and practical guidelines / edited by Melinde Coetzee – GIB 378.1250968 DEVELOPING – Cultivating the RARE graduate — pt. I. Issues and provocations. pt. II. Theory and practical guidelines. Conceptual framework for developing student graduateness and employability — The role of professional programmes in developing student graduateness — The role of workCoetzee … [et al.]. – -integrated and vocational learning in developing student graduateness and employability — Fostering student agency and wellbeing — Teaching and assessment techniques — Learner support and quality assurance.

 

Business coaching : wisdom and practice : unlocking the secrets of business coaching / by Sunny Stout Rostron ; with contributing author Marti Janse van Rensburg.  –  GIB 658.3124 ROSTRON   –  Ch. 1. About this book — ch. 2. The business coaching process — ch. 3. The coaching conversation — ch. 4. Working with question frameworks — ch. 5. Exploring and understanding coaching models — ch. 6. Diversity, personality and culture — ch. 7. Competences in business coaching — ch. 8. Existential and experiential learning issues — ch. 9. Supervision, contracting and ethical concerns — ch. 10. Developing a body of knowledge – coaching research — ch. 11. Integration and synthesis

10 steps to successful time management / Cyndi Maxey, Kevin E. O’Connor.  –  GIB 650.11 MAXEY   –  The goal of this book is to save you time. The authors provide tips, tools and techniques that will enable you to spend your time wisely and focus efforts on your priorities

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