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Alive AG Luneworks Elektronisch CD Mmoths
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Mmoths ist bei den Elektronika Spezis bekannt und spielte bereits als Show-Opener und Special Guest bei Aphex Twin oder The XX. INTRO empfiehlt-Kooperation.nnMmoths ist schon länger bei den Elektronika Spezis bekannt und spielte bereits als Show-Opener und Special Guest bei Aphex Twin oder The XX. Luneworks ist bis jetzt mein sehnlichst erwartetes Album in 2016 - manchmal erinnert es mich auf eine brillantere Weise an Bristol Noise Wunderkinder Flying Saucer Attack! - Klaus Fiehe (1Live / byte.fm) Dichte, verwirbelte elektronische Texturen - Creators Project Dramatische und ungeheuere Atmosphäre, verwoben mit Ideen, Ebenen und Anspielungen - Clash Magazine Luneworks was created during a period of personal upheaval for Colleran, who headed out to a friend's tiny spare room in L.A with just a laptop and a few changes of clothes. What ensued was an intense month of twelve hour night-time writing and recording sessions, where Jack sought to isolate himself in order to keep the songs as pure as possible. The quietness of the city at night was a real inspiration, and the constraints of an alien environment proved something of a liberation. The ancestral, ethereal spirit of Ireland is also present throughout Luneworks. Kevin Shields (My Bloody Valentine), one of Dublin's most famous sonic outliers, is a noted influence - another musician who has wrung sweet emotion out of chaotic noise. The result is Luneworks, a fully immersive head-trip, a record that is at times brutal and at others unbearably beautiful, sometimes in the overlap of a single track. Luneworks is a mirror to the soul - a gorgeous, wordless expression of unedited, unfiltered emotion, heralding the arrival of one of the most important electronic artists of our generation. TRACKS: 1. You 2. Deu 3. Phase In 4. Para Polaris 5. Verbena 6. Scent 7. Eva 8. Lucid 9. Body Studies 10. 1709 11. Phase Out 12. Ohm 13. Naoko Pt. 1 14. Naoko Pt. 2

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Stand: 08.07.2020
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The Organizational Sweet Spot
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According to a recent Gallup Q12 Employee Engagement Survey of the U.S. workforce, approximately 24.7 million workers, or nearly 20 percent of the entire workforce, are 'actively disengaged,' that is, almost completely disconnected from their jobs. This problem is estimate to cost the U.S. economy over $300 billion annually. In Germany various surveys stipulate that between 70 and 90 percent of employees do not think that their day-to-day work has any impact on their future salary or career opportunities. The obvious question is: 'Why are so many workers actively disengaged from their jobs?' And the corollary: 'Can anything be done about it?' The challenges may seem insurmountable, especially in an environment of stagnating wages, massive layoffs, rising health care costs, and other factors that contribute to worker alienation and apathy. Moreover, as Charles Ehin argues, the problem of employee disengagement is rooted in a fundamental misalignment between people’s instinctive drive to secure their personal and group identities and the ways in which organizational goals and profit motives are executed through formal bureaucracy. The challenge for today’s organizations—which operate under constantly changing conditions—is to narrow this gap, that is, to find the 'sweet spot,' where the formal and informal elements of the organization overlap. Applying the latest research findings from such fields as psychology, organizational behavior, anthropology, and social network analysis, Ehin examines three key types of social engagements—transactions, conversations, and relationships—and how they influence organizational dynamics. He argues that a viable organization cannot be entirely rule-bound or managed by routine. While objectives and policies must be clearly articulated, leaders must also acknowledge that such essential intangibles as innovation, knowledge sharing, and motivation take place outside the formal structure. This book presents practical tools for channeling these creative and positive impulses toward collective goals, in order to create organizations that are highly adaptive and creative, which, in turn, engage their employees and strive for exceptional performance.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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The Triple Bottom Line
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The classic guide to sustainability strategy and implementation--updated for today's businesses To ensure business success, companies must embrace sustainable management. Firms need to find the overlap between business interests and the interests of society and the environment before they can secure a lasting competitive edge. By making the case for sustainability as a fundamental business practice, The Triple Bottom Line became an instant classic when first published in 2006, showing a generation of business leaders how to find their sustainability sweet spot--where profitability merges seamlessly with the common good. Now updated with ground-breaking stories of successes and failure, this revision of The Triple Bottom Line is a critical resource for all managers and leaders. * Features in-depth success stories of sustainability practices at major firms such as Wal-Mart, GE, DuPont, American Electric Power, and PepsiCo--and shows why companies such as BP and Hershey continue to fail * Draws on Andy Savitz's 25 years of pioneering consulting and research in the field * Includes all-new reporting and analysis on the practice of sustainability and the triple bottom line in business today, providing new insights on where sustainability is headed The Triple Bottom Line is essential reading for any firm to meet the challenge of creating lasting value for both shareholders and society.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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The Organizational Sweet Spot
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Employee disengagement is one of the most pressing problems plaguing managers today hampering the innovation capacities of countless organizations. According to recent polls, some 20 percent of workers report feeling disconnected from their jobs, in an environment of stagnating wages, massive layoffs, rising health care costs, and other factors that contribute to alienation, distrust, and apathy. In The Organizational Sweet Spot, Dr. Charles Ehin takes a refreshing new look at what it will take to reengage disaffected workers and boost their resolve to advance novel ideas. Applying the latest research from such fields as evolutionary psychology, social neuroscience, organizational behavior, anthropology, and social network analysis, Ehin demonstrates how employee disengagement is rooted in a fundamental misalignment between people's instinctive drive to develop their personal and group identities through informal or 'emergent' relationships and the ways in which organizational goals and profit motives are executed through formal bureaucracy. The challenge for today's organizations-which operate under constantly changing conditions-is to narrow this gap, that is, to find the 'sweet spot', where the formal and informal elements of the organization overlap. Ehin provides practical tools for leaders to support this 'shared access domain' to improve productivity, catalyze innovation, and inspire exceptional performance. His new model is likely to reverberate throughout current management thinking as we move toward creating more vital and meaningful workplaces.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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The Triple Bottom Line
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The classic guide to sustainability strategy and implementation updated for today's businesses To ensure business success, companies must embrace sustainable management. Firms need to find the overlap between business interests and the interests of society and the environment before they can secure a lasting competitive edge. By making the case for sustainability as a fundamental business practice, The Triple Bottom Line became an instant classic when first published in 2006, showing a generation of business leaders how to find their sustainability sweet spot where profitability merges seamlessly with the common good. Now updated with ground-breaking stories of successes and failure, this revision of The Triple Bottom Line is a critical resource for all managers and leaders. Features in-depth success stories of sustainability practices at major firms such as Wal-Mart, GE, DuPont, American Electric Power, and PepsiCo and shows why companies such as BP and Hershey continue to fail Draws on Andy Savitz's 25 years of pioneering consulting and research in the field Includes all-new reporting and analysis on the practice of sustainability and the triple bottom line in business today, providing new insights on where sustainability is headed The Triple Bottom Line is essential reading for any firm to meet the challenge of creating lasting value for both shareholders and society.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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The Triple Bottom Line
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The classic guide to sustainability strategy andimplementation--updated for today's businesses To ensure business success, companies must embrace sustainablemanagement. Firms need to find the overlap between businessinterests and the interests of society and the environment beforethey can secure a lasting competitive edge. By making the case forsustainability as a fundamental business practice, The TripleBottom Line became an instant classic when first published in2006, showing a generation of business leaders how to find theirsustainability sweet spot--where profitability mergesseamlessly with the common good. Now updated with ground-breakingstories of successes and failure, this revision of The TripleBottom Line is a critical resource for all managers andleaders. * Features in-depth success stories of sustainability practicesat major firms such as Wal-Mart, GE, DuPont, American ElectricPower, and PepsiCo--and shows why companies such as BP andHershey continue to fail * Draws on Andy Savitz's 25 years of pioneering consulting andresearch in the field * Includes all-new reporting and analysis on the practice ofsustainability and the triple bottom line in business today,providing new insights on where sustainability is headed The Triple Bottom Line is essential reading for any firmto meet the challenge of creating lasting value for bothshareholders and society.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Common Grounds (Tabor Heights, Year 1, #3)
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Welcome to Tabor Heights: A friendly little town on Ohio's North Coast, where sweet romance is always in the air. Here you'll be able to explore the lives of the members of the congregation of Tabor Christian Church in the space of two years. The stories overlap, and there's no one right place to start. Just like any small town, you come in, you meet someone, you hear their story and get to know them, and they introduce you to their friends, tell you something about them, and you learn those stories. As you get to know these new friends, they introduce you to other people, and tell you about other interesting stories in town. It's the same way with Tabor Heights. Start with the story that interests you the most, and then branch out. Settle back and enjoy your visit. Welcome! COMMON GROUNDS Hannah Blake has given up on being anything more to Xander Finley than his Gal Friday and partner in running Common Grounds legal clinic. Other than attending the same church, what else do they have in common? Then the process of opening up a branch office in Tabor Heights becomes ... complicated. First they face resistance from a local judge and another lawyer who is a member of their church, and doesn't seem to have gotten the memo that he should be supporting them. Then they find the body of the 3rd victim of the White Rose Killer in their new office. When the White Rose Killer seems to have chosen Hannah as his next 'true love', Xander's attentions become warmer and more personal. Hannah knows better than to hope this improvement in their relationship will last beyond the crisis. Foxhole love isn't any more real than foxhole religion, right? Xander, on the other hand, is glad his eyes have finally been opened. The problem is convincing Hannah that he's for real. It's time to pray for more than her safety. After all, in the final analysis, what good is his life without Hannah in every part of it?

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Welcome to Tabor Heights: Short Stories Set in ...
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Welcome to Tabor Heights: A friendly little town on Ohio's North Coast, where sweet romance is always in the air. Here you'll be able to explore the lives of the members of the congregation of Tabor Christian Church in the space of two years. The stories overlap, and there's no one right place to start. Just like any small town, you come in, you meet someone, you hear their story and get to know them, and they introduce you to their friends, tell you something about them, and you learn those stories. As you get to know these new friends, they introduce you to other people, and tell you about other interesting stories in town. It's the same way with Tabor Heights. Start with the story that interests you the most, and then branch out. Settle back and enjoy your visit. Welcome! This volume includes 4 short stories to give you a 'taste test' of the town and stories, and includes a release schedule of the Tabor Heights and Quarry Hall novels -- 34 total.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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The Organizational Sweet Spot
107,99 € *
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According to a recent Gallup Q12 Employee Engagement Survey of the U.S. workforce, approximately 24.7 million workers, or nearly 20 percent of the entire workforce, are 'actively disengaged,' that is, almost completely disconnected from their jobs. This problem is estimate to cost the U.S. economy over $300 billion annually. In Germany various surveys stipulate that between 70 and 90 percent of employees do not think that their day-to-day work has any impact on their future salary or career opportunities. The obvious question is: 'Why are so many workers actively disengaged from their jobs?' And the corollary: 'Can anything be done about it?' The challenges may seem insurmountable, especially in an environment of stagnating wages, massive layoffs, rising health care costs, and other factors that contribute to worker alienation and apathy. Moreover, as Charles Ehin argues, the problem of employee disengagement is rooted in a fundamental misalignment between people’s instinctive drive to secure their personal and group identities and the ways in which organizational goals and profit motives are executed through formal bureaucracy. The challenge for today’s organizations—which operate under constantly changing conditions—is to narrow this gap, that is, to find the 'sweet spot,' where the formal and informal elements of the organization overlap. Applying the latest research findings from such fields as psychology, organizational behavior, anthropology, and social network analysis, Ehin examines three key types of social engagements—transactions, conversations, and relationships—and how they influence organizational dynamics. He argues that a viable organization cannot be entirely rule-bound or managed by routine. While objectives and policies must be clearly articulated, leaders must also acknowledge that such essential intangibles as innovation, knowledge sharing, and motivation take place outside the formal structure. This book presents practical tools for channeling these creative and positive impulses toward collective goals, in order to create organizations that are highly adaptive and creative, which, in turn, engage their employees and strive for exceptional performance.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 08.07.2020
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