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BUSINESS PROCESS REENGINEERING - AN EMPIRICAL PERSPECTIVE By Joseph Adebayo
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Business Process Reengineering (BPR) impact on SMEs shows how small organizations understand the philosophy of reengineering and its applications. Business Process Reengineering is concerned with the... More > radical change of an organisation so as to achieve simultaneously substantial improvements in process cost, quality, lead time, flexibility, and other measures of success. The book is based on how SMEs implement BPR methodology in their organisation. Several factors have forced global manufacturers to make dramatic changes in their products, markets, and manufacturing strategies.< Less
The Kundalini Process: A Christian Perspective - Preview By Philip St. Romain
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(This is a preview of "The Kundalini Process: A Christian Perspective." It includes the Introduction, Contents and Chapter 1 of the book. See Author's Spotlight link above for paperback... More > and digital versions.) --- In this book, author and spiritual director, Philip St. Romain, presents an understanding of the kundalini process that can help Christians recognize its signs and its place in the spiritual life. Following up on his earlier work, "Kundalini Energy and Christian Spirituality: A Pathway to Growth and Healing," Philip uses the philosophy of St. Thomas Aquinas and more modern approaches to human nature to explain how kundalini is a natural process that is designed to integrate all of the levels of our human nature in deep union with God. This book is sure to help pastors, spiritual directors, and anyone interested in spiritual growth come to a better understanding of the mysterious transformative power that lies deep within all of us.< Less
Post-Modern Meta-Philosophy By Henry Willoughby
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Post-Modern Meta-Philosophy (‘PMMP’) is a new and revolutionary category of human knowledge (as a process, technique, style and outcome), designed to aid in the evolution of human... More > knowledge to better reconcile ideas and streamline the production of human knowledge.< Less
Investment Philosophy of the Asquith Group Asia, Tokyo Japan By Matthew J. Sudduth
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The Process involved: 1. Evaluate Your Risk Capacity Level Assess objectives, income targets, and time frame Draw up an Investment Policy Statement 2. Evaluate Existing Investments Assess... More > investments, review tax issues involved, and assets diversification 3. Submit Portfolio Recommendations Joint-analyze proposed investments 4. Institute Investment Adjustments Rearrange accounts 5. Re-evaluate and Redistribute Portfolio Investment evaluation and market analysis< Less
Battle Tested 28 Winning Sales Philosophies By Samuel D. Osborne & Harvey J. Eisenstadt
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This book is a summary of decades of sales experience and emphasizes the constants of sales success. It is written for the sales professional who asks themselves questions such as the following: Do I... More > truly understand the mentality of the sales process? How do I overcome objections and secure an appointment? How do I empower the prospect to move in the same direction as me, so they feel they are part of the solution? These are just some of the many questions this book will answer. Ultimately, the aim of this book is to assist you to identify and strengthen your personal selling skills and that is what differentiates you from your competition. Each of the chapters in this book will fortify within you the confidence to go from where you are to where you want to be.< Less
Migglism: A Beginner's Guide to Middle Way Philosophy By Robert M. Ellis
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'Migglism' is a short term for Middle Way Philosophy, a practical philosophical approach developed by Robert M. Ellis in a Ph.D. thesis and a series of books. Middle Way Philosophy brings together... More > insights from Buddhism, philosophy and psychology to offer a framework of thinking for a range of integrative practices. This book introduces these ideas in an accessible way. 'The Middle Way' is not a compromise, but a process of navigating between dogmatic extremes. By avoiding either positive or negative claims that go beyond experience, we can find a new way of thinking, valuing and practising. Approved by the Middle Way Society. "The middle is the chaotic and confusing place between the extremes. While the extremes are simpler and more attractive, it is in the mess in the middle where the interesting and creative activities occur - it is where we should be. Robert sets out a foundation for a way of thinking about the middle ground as a place to move towards." Ed Catmull, President of Pixar.< Less
Migglism: A Beginner's Guide to Middle Way Philosophy By Robert M. Ellis
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'Migglism' is a short term for Middle Way Philosophy, a practical philosophical approach developed by Robert M. Ellis in a Ph.D. thesis and a series of books. Middle Way Philosophy brings together... More > insights from Buddhism, philosophy and psychology to offer a framework of thinking for a range of integrative practices. This book aims to introduce these ideas in an accessible way. 'The Middle Way' is not a compromise, but a process of navigating between dogmatic extremes. By avoiding either positive or negative claims that go beyond experience, we can find a new way of thinking, valuing and practising. "The middle is the chaotic and confusing place between the extremes. While the extremes are simpler and more attractive, it is the mess in the middle where the interesting and creative activities occur - it is where we should be. Robert sets out a foundation for a way of thinking about the middle ground as a place to move towards." Ed Catmull, President of Pixar and Walt Disney< Less
Middle Way Philosophy 2: The Integration of Desire By Robert M. Ellis
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We are not single selves, but constantly meet conflicts of desire both within and beyond ourselves. We meet conflict at different levels, from everyday distraction, to the suffering of the addict,... More > through even to world war. The integration of desire is the process of bringing opposing desires to work together, whether at the psychological or the political level. Robert M Ellis here brings together approaches that have previously been separated, drawing on ethics, psychology, philosophy, history, politics, and Buddhism to suggest a common pattern in the resolution of conflict at all levels. This is the second volume of a planned 5-volume series on Middle Way Philosophy, and follows the first volume, which set out an overall philosophical approach to applying the Buddha's Middle Way in the modern Western context. The Jungian concept of integration is here combined with the philosophical approach of the Middle Way to offer a practical way forward beyond absolutism and relativism< Less
Middle Way Philosophy 2: The Integration of Desire By Robert M. Ellis
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We are not single selves, but constantly meet conflicts of desire both within and beyond ourselves. We meet conflict at different levels, from everyday distraction, to the suffering of the addict,... More > through even to world war. The integration of desire is the process of bringing opposing desires to work together, whether at the psychological or the political level. Robert M Ellis here brings together approaches that have previously been separated, drawing on ethics, psychology, philosophy, history, politics, and Buddhism to suggest a common pattern in the resolution of conflict at all levels. This is the second volume of a planned 5-volume series on Middle Way Philosophy, and follows the first volume, which set out an overall philosophical approach to applying the Buddha's Middle Way in the modern Western context. The Jungian concept of integration is here combined with the philosophical approach of the Middle Way to offer a practical way forward beyond absolutism and relativism.< Less
The Essence of Ethical Pragmatism: The Common Sense Philosophy By E. Dennis Brod
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“Brod’s exposition is undoubtedly clearer than those of his philosophical predecessors … an admirably bipartisan book and it radiates open-mindedness.” Kirkus Reviews The... More > author explains how the philosophy, ethical pragmatism (EP), can be used by individuals or institutions to provide the best method for incorporating common sense as a feature of all actions. At the heart of EP is a fundamental belief that all human life has value, and it fosters a technique for critical thinking through the use of a formal thought process—observe, analyze, evaluate and conclude. EP requires having accurate facts, precisely identifying and defining goals, ignoring all ideologies, dogmas, politics and corrupting influences—and only then objectively determining the most efficient way to reach your goals. The first part explains the philosophy’s development and justification. The second part shows, with interesting examples, how EP can be implemented to better our lives and deal with the issues challenging us today.< Less

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