Jeanne Brett is an authority on negotiating across cultural boundaries. This book, grounded in research with managers from Asia, Europe, North and South America, and the Middle East, leaves no doubt as to why. -Donald P. Jacobs, dean emeritus, Kellogg School of Management,Northwestern University Negotiating with governments is essential for foreign direct investors. Negotiating Globally explains how to take government interests seriously in order to make business investments both profitable and sustainable. -Alain Pekar Lempereur, professor of public and private policy,ESSEC, Cergy, France Few subjects are as critical-or as confusing-as negotiating across cultural boundaries. Jeanne Brett´s Negotiating Globally offers a wealth of fascinating data, insightful analysis, and practical advice for negotiating deals, resolving disputes, and making decisions with people from different cultures. -William Ury, Global Negotiation Project, Harvard University Do you need to resolve a dispute with a Russian partner, close a deal with a Middle Eastern buyer, set up a business in the Far East? Negotiating Globally provides culturally sensitive practical advice for negotiating in all these settings. -Dr. Andrei Yakovlev, partner, Dewey Ballantine, London When Jeanne Brett brought Kellogg´s world-renowned negotiation curriculum to Guanghua School of Management, she helped our managers understand the strengths of Chinese negotiating styles as well as the differences with Western styles of negotiating. -Weiying Zhang, dean of the Guanghua School of Management,Peking University
Internationally renowned author, Susan Jeffers, has helped millions of people around the globe to overcome their fears and heal the pain in their lives. Such fears may include: Public speaking; Asserting yourself; Making decisions; Intimacy; Changing jobs; Being alone; Ageing; Driving; Losing a loved one; Ending a relationship. But whatever your anxieties, Feel The Fear And Do It Anyway will give you the insight and tools to vastly improve your ability to handle any given situation. You will learn to live your life the way you want - so you can move from a place of pain, paralysis and depression to one of power, energy and enthusiasm. This inspiring modern classic has helped thousands turn their anger into love - and their indecision into action - with Susan Jeffers´ simple but profound advice to ´feel the fear and do it anyway´.
Gastrointestinal mucosal biopsies are an active part of the pathologist´s day and have increased in the past few years as endoscopic screening has become more commonplace. This new full-color second edition of Biopsy Interpretation of the Gastrointestinal Tract Mucosa has been expanded into two concise, comprehensive volumes to offer more complete coverage of both non-neoplastic and neoplastic entities. Like the other books in the Biopsy Interpretation Series, these volumes are practical references for pathologists to use when making diagnostic decisions based on biopsy specimens. Volume 1 of this second edition focuses on interpretation of non-neoplastic gastrointestinal mucosal biopsies. Coverage is geared to daily practice and includes mucosal biopsies from the esophagus, stomach, small intestine, large intestine, and anus. A companion website will include all of the 300 print illustrations plus an additional 750 e-figures. Volume 2 will focus on neoplastic biopsies and will publish in March 2012.
This book offers a large scale reassessment of the function of Roman emperor over three centuries (from Augustus to Constantine) and of the social realities of this exercise of power. Concentrating on the patterns of communication between the emperor and his subjects, the author shows that such communications were normally initiated by the subjects - whether grouped in cities or other associations, or individually and that the emperor fulfilled his role primarily by making responses to them or giving decisions or verdicts between them.The book casts new light on a number of detailed historical questions such as the sources of the emperor´s wealth and the ways he spent it; the imperial residences and the mobility of the court; and the relatively small and simple entourage that the emperor needed to perform his functions. But above all, it emphasizes two major historical themes: the steady detachment of the emperor from the republican institutions of the city of Rome; and the way in which relations between Emperor and Church were shaped by the emperor´s long-standing relations with cities, temples and associations in the pagan world.Drawing on a wide range of evidence, from literature and legal writings to inscriptions and papyri, the main text can be read without any knowledge o f Latin or Greek.
´´It’s safe to say your relationship is in trouble if the only way you can imagine solving your problems is by borrowing a time machine.” In 2006 comic book dealer John Sherkston has decided to break up with his physicist boyfriend, Taylor Esgard, on the very day Taylor announces he’s finally perfected a time machine for the U.S government. John travels back to 1986, where he encounters ´´Junior,” his younger, more innocent self. When Junior starts to flirt, John wonders how to reveal his identity: ´´I’m you, only with less hair and problems you can’t imagine.” He also meets up with the younger Taylor, and this unlikely trio teams up to plot a course around their future relationship troubles, prevent John’s sister from making a tragic decision, and stop George W. Bush from becoming president. In this wickedly comic, cross-country, time-bending journey, John confronts his own—and the nation’s—blunders, learning that a second chance at changing things for the better also brings new opportunities to screw them up. Through edgy humor, time travel, and droll one-liners, Bob Smith examines family dysfunction, suicide, New York City, and recent American history while effortlessly blending domestic comedy with science fiction. Part acidic political satire, part wild comedy, and part poignant social scrutiny, Remembrance of Things I Forgot is an uproarious adventure filled with sharp observations about our recent past.