World's Best Value: Global Competition in the Information Age
People around the world are working harder than ever before. Businesses operate in an environment of substantial competition, making skilled employees and advanced business systems invaluable. This book provides clear and easy-to-understand system solutions for 21st century leadership, competition and sustaining business values.
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Going Global for Competitive Survival
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