New Books List

Publisher:

Hoboken, N.J. : John Wiley & Sons, 2011

Call Number:

00 658.155 T176E 2011

Pages:

xv, 304 pages.

Subject:

Business Administration

Summary:
This basic survey text offers an accessible introduction to financial risk management, covered in its major components: credit, market, operational, liquidity, legal, and reputational, along with user-friendly processes and tools to conduct your own risk assessments and risk alignments. This book offers a good basic understanding of the major areas of risk exposure that all organizations, both public and private, face in operating in today's complex global marketplace. It provides insights into best practices and next generation techniques for readers entering government, not-for-profit, business, and IT positions in which risk management will play an ever expanding role
Publisher:

Boston, Mass. : Harvard Business Review Press, 2013.

Call Number:

00 658.45 H431 2013

Pages:

v, 190 pages ; 21 cm.

Subject:

Business Administration

Summary:
The best leaders know how to communicate clearly and persuasively. How do you stack up?If you read nothing else on communicating effectively, read these 10 articles. We¿ve combed through hundreds of articles in the Harvard Business Review archive and selected the most important ones to help you express your ideas with clarity and impact-no matter what the situation.
Publisher:

Pakistan: Possibilities publications, 2010.

Call Number:

658.402 A122T 2014

Pages:

218 pages.

Subject:

Business Administration

Summary:
The best thing this book can give you is the genius of building alignment between what is your reason for existence, what is that you really feel passionate about and how you can make a conscious commitment to perform at the optimum levels that others can only desire. The right configuration, alliance and union between purpose, passion and performance will bring a deeper sense of joy, satisfaction, and fulfillment to your life. It will guarantee goal achievement, balanced living, fulfillment and a profound sense of accomplishment each and every day.
Publisher:

New York : Free Press, 2007.

Call Number:

00 658 S967W 2007

Pages:

viii, 232 pages : illustrations. ; 24 cm.

Subject:

Business Administration

Summary:
In Weird Ideas That Work Sutton draws on extensive research in behavioral psychology to explain how innovation can be fostered in hiring, managing, and motivating people; building teams; making decisions; and interacting with outsiders. Business practices like "hire people who make you uncomfortable" and "reward success and failure, but punish inaction," strike many managers as strange or even downright wrong. Yet Weird Ideas That Work shows how some of the best teams and companies use these and other counterintuitive practices to crank out new ideas, and it demonstrates that every company can reap sales and profits from such creativity.