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Chains of Devotion By Sean O'Kane
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Many years ago – more than he cares to remember! - Sean O’Kane wrote his first BDSM tale. It was called ‘Church of Chains’ and it caused quite a stir. He was compared to some... More > of the greats of the genre by readers of Silver Moon and the book’s sales moved Silver Moon from being a bit player in the High St market to being one of the main players. Since then readers have urged him to return to the theme of the Church of Ultimate Purification but for a long time he couldn’t find a way back in. However, a few months back he chanced across a short story he had written and suddenly he was able to start work on the sequel. So here it is! Chains of Devotion the full-length novel is here at last! The cells, the whips, and the beautiful heroines who find that their lives are about to be changed forever are all here. And so is that man the women must come to call their Master – The Patriarch.< Less
Top Ten Conversion Rate Lessons By Olivier Chaine
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How you can increase revenues easily, using these 10 lessons.
Top Ten Conversion Rate Lessons By Olivier Chaine
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How you can increase revenues easily, using these 10 lessons.
Supply Chain Part 1 By David Inglis
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This initial book of the series is based on my experiences as a Consultant in various companies over the last few years when in the role of Contract Engineer, Supply Chain Analyst and otherwise focal... More > point of potential supplier’s enquiries. These may range from email enquiries, cold calling, mailshots, random telephone calls and, in general, they are mainly just bad habits of sales and marketing people. I then decided to list the typical poor approach to enquiries with a certain air of frustration which could be a short document as to how not to do it!! This I hoped could be used as a learning tool for sales people so other employees at the rough end of such enquiries would not be subjected to time wasting, frustration and corresponding high blood pressures issues! When discussed with various sales/marketing people, they all saw many examples of what they thought was the right way to access a new client and were suitably shocked to find the effect on the client they were targeting.< Less
Supply Chain Part 2 By David Inglis
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This is the second book in the series of the pitfalls and remedies of gaining the attention of new clients so as to get in face-to-face to the key personnel to propose your products or services. Book... More > one (downloadable here) was the comprehensive list of how not to go about it whereas this one attempts to offer positive opportunities that are more inclined to work than the old sales people’s ways. Of course every client has their own ‘sweet spot’ or approach which needs to be investigated and just to go through all the listed options in the book is not advisable. Planning and research at an early stage on your potential clients’ requirements is paramount to be able to select the approach that will be most successful. A follow on book will soon be available which offers practical tools and techniques taking the fifteen scenarios of this book and offering enablers and background support to maximise your opportunity to sell/market your products/service to potential clients.< Less
Approaches to Supply Chain Management By Farrukh Khan
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The aim of this essay is to examine the broadly identifiable approaches to supply chain management. Supply chains have become increasingly complex as firms indulge in sophisticated strategies for... More > delivering to satisfy the customers and they are an important source of competitive advantage in buying, making, moving and selling processes. In the networked world, business is as much about products as it is about processes, inventory turns and speed to market. Thus, it makes sense for managers to tackle earnestly the multitude of supply chains that impinge on organisations and it is likely to be helpful for them to know about approaches to supply chain management. The discussion presented in this essay will be useful to all those who want to examine ways for bringing about improvements in their supply chain performance.< Less
Approaches to Supply Chain Management By Farrukh Khan
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The aim of this essay is to examine the broadly identifiable approaches to supply chain management. Supply chains have become increasingly complex as firms indulge in sophisticated strategies for... More > delivering to satisfy the customers and they are an important source of competitive advantage in buying, making, moving and selling processes. In the networked world, business is as much about products as it is about processes, inventory turns and speed to market. Thus, it makes sense for managers to tackle earnestly the multitude of supply chains that impinge on organisations and it is likely to be helpful for them to know about approaches to supply chain management. The discussion presented in this essay will be useful to all those who want to examine ways for bringing about improvements in their supply chain performance.< Less
Simulation in the Supply Chain By Jan Young
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This executive briefing is an introduction to the technology of computer simulation for middle and senior management in the logistics, distribution and warehousing industries. It outlines... More > capabilities and potentials at several levels and may also be of use to sales and marketing personnel. Simulation technology is defined and explained. Hardware and software requirements are reviewed and a brief history of simulation is presented along with examples of past successful use. Then, with reference to the supply chain and the warehousing industry, possible uses of simulation are detailed in several modalities (purposes) and at several levels. The benefits of simulation as an analytical tool are reviewed, followed by a section that describes industrial lessons learned from failed simulation projects and the requirements for success that emerge from those lessons. The briefing concludes with a short foray into the possible future of the technology.< Less
Simulation in the Supply Chain By Jan Young
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This executive briefing is an introduction to the technology of computer simulation for middle and senior management in the logistics, distribution and warehousing industries. It outlines... More > capabilities and potentials at several levels and may also be of use to sales and marketing personnel. Simulation technology is defined and explained. Hardware and software requirements are reviewed and a brief history of simulation is presented along with examples of past successful use. Then, with reference to the supply chain and the warehousing industry, possible uses of simulation are detailed in several modalities (purposes) and at several levels. The benefits of simulation as an analytical tool are reviewed, followed by a section that describes industrial lessons learned from failed simulation projects and the requirements for success that emerge from those lessons. The briefing concludes with a short foray into the possible future of the technology.< Less
Supply Chain Management for Competitive Advantage By Ade Asefeso MCIPS MBA
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Supply chain competence affects your bottom-line in more direct ways than you might realize. In this book we reviewed the role of controlling cost of sales through supply chain competencies and its... More > effect on the corporate financial statements. The balancing act of maintaining a high level of service and low costs is becoming harder for supply chain directors as businesses try to meet the growing customer mantra of “more for less.” This pressure comes at a time when business is becoming more global, supply chains are lengthening, and competition is on the rise. Although this challenge is not new, the outlook is that it will intensify as a number of factors; economic, regulatory and market-driven become more acute. Consequently, supply chain performance will have increasingly significant impact on overall business success.< Less