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The CEO (chief executive officer)

The CEO (chief executive officer) is the highest executive position in the corporate world. This officer controls the inner workings and actions of company departments and employees. The chief executive officer makes the most important decisions, like where to place budget cuts and what sort of direction the company should continue to go in or change to fit. In addition, they are responsible for supervision, communication, and motivation. This is obviously a tasking role, especially for large scale corporate offices. The in depth responsibilities and measurable  authority of a CEO is controlled by the board of executives, which includes the owner of the company and the top investors and shareholders. The CEO plays a key role and holds a

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What is e-Commerce? AND ARE RETAIL STORES BECOMING OBSOLETE?

Gone are the days when the posh most residential areas would be coveted because of the presence of swank boutiques and availability of premium services. “What is e-commerce?” This question has been the death knell for many large retail brands that got most of their revenue from sales in physical stores across the globe.

E-commerce is the Gen X name for electronic commerce. Sale of products and services though the various forms of electronic media. Old school traditionalists may argue that

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Doing Business in China by Glenn P. Wood

For many Western companies, especially smaller ones, the prospect of doing business with China is both tantalizing and terrifying. Between the People’s Republic of China and Europe or the Americas lies a formidable divide consisting of distance, culture and language. Most are aware of China’s economic success and rapid development of its own infrastructure. It seems that hardly a week goes by without a new high-speed rail link being opened or another air terminal being modernized and ATMs

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An Acclaimed New View of Leadership By Nigel Nicholson

What is wrong with leadership in the world today? Is it the fault of leaders failing to pay attention to the right things, or is it because we have wrong expectations and ways of dealing with leaders? Yes to both! 

I have written a new book about political and business leadership (published Spring 2013 by Jossey Bass) that puts a completely fresh frame on this venerable topic.

More has been written on leadership than any other in management, so why another book? In this literature you will

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WHY THE Spaghetti Method COMMONLY USED IN BUSINESS Needs to Go!

How we have done business over the last 20 years has dramatically changed with leaders, consumers and technology moving us to produce and have things faster and quicker than ever before. And for businesses that want to stay ahead in their market or simply keep up and not fall behind, this pace of innovation and change does have a price.

Our need to be smart in business, to know and utilize our leverage points to make effective and targeted business decisions quickly has never been more

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