Cecilia Murray has been wishing for a dog for as long as she can remember. And when a cute pug named Potato is brought in to Orphan Paws, the shelter where she volunteers, she knows he is the dog she's been waiting for. There's just one problem: Eric Chung -- a popular, arrogant boy from school -- adopts Potato first. What's worse, he hopes to train the little tater to become a show-dog superstar. Cecilia knows that Potato is not cut out for a life of sparkly collars and snobby judges, so she sets out to sabotage Eric's plans.
This book contains proven steps and strategies on how to handle a situation with a positive mindset can make the issue seem easier to handle at work. It can even give you a lesson to learn or a new perspective to appreciate. And it might just make your corporate life more joyful than you could imagine. Here's an inescapable fact: We spent approximately over 9 hours a day in our offices or doing office work. It becomes important for us to ensure that we are positive and happy. This not only enhances our performance at work, but also keeps us in good mental health.
This book is essential reading for any manager who has to make competitive decisions - decisions which affect the competitive success of a corporation or business unit. The book is unique in that it is based on detailed research spanning a decade of dramatic competitive change. Thanks to the internet, globalization, technological and demographic change, the velocity of competition is increasing and competitive decisions have to be made faster. The book, however, shows that many senior managers are unprepared and unable to meet quite common competitive challenges even half the time. Moreover, many firms have developed cultures where people do not trust each other with information critical to competitive success. Employees can spend more time competing with one another for the bonus pool than dealing with the real competitive forces. This book will equip managers with the intelligence and knowledge they need to make good competitive decisions at all levels of the organization.
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