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The Google Guys

Author: Richard L. Brandt
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 1101535318
Size: 52.12 MB
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How much do you really know about Google's founders, Larry Page and Sergey Brin? The Google Guys skips past the general Google story and focuses on what really drives the company's founders. Richard L. Brandt shows the company as the brainchild of two brilliant individuals and looks at Google's business decisions in light of its founders' ambition and beliefs. Larry is the main strategist, with business acumen and practical drive, while Sergey is the primary technologist and idealist, with brilliant ideas and strong moral positions. But they work closely together, almost like complementary halves of a single brain. Through interviews with current and former employees, competitors, partners, and senior Google management, plus conversations with the founders themselves, Brandt demystifies the company while clarifying a number of misconceptions.

Inside Larry And Sergey S Brain

Author: Richard L. Brandt
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 159184276X
Size: 40.17 MB
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An award-winning journalist and technology correspondent for BusinessWeek draws on interviews with the Google founders' employees, competitors, and professors to trace their early years, expansion strategies, and advertising restrictions while analyzing their user-focused philosophy.

Corporate Medievalism Ii

Author: Karl Fugelso
Publisher: DS Brewer
ISBN: 1843843552
Size: 32.60 MB
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Essays on the post-modern reception and interpretation of the Middle Ages, with a particular focus on its relationship with business and finance.

The Quest For Professionalism

Author: Georges Romme
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0198737734
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Early pioneers in management thinking, such as Henri Fayol and Peter Drucker, conceived of management as a science-based professional activity that serves the greater good. Today, however, many organizations are managed by people demonstrating anything but professionalism, resulting in mismanagement of risks as well as a one-dimensional focus on short-term results. The key thesis in this book is that The Quest for Professionalism must be revitalized, because the societal costs and damage caused by managerial amateurism are huge. The book is about how to address this grand challenge, for example by exploring whether and how a shared professional purpose, and a professional body of knowledge, can be developed. While most work in this area has previously focused on management education, The Quest for Professionalism adopts an inside-out approach, implying management scholarship is the driving force behind any intrinsic transformation of the profession at large. Without management scholars playing an active role in advancing 'science-based professionalism,' in the mould of engineering and medicine, any attempt to professionalize management practice is doomed to fail. Moreover, Georges Romme demonstrates the professionalization quest has to move away from the idea of management being confined to a few people at the top, toward management as a technology for distributing power and leadership throughout the organization.