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Who is this book for?
Hello dear reader! You are holding a book in your hands – a simple statement of complex things. It is written specifically for you, a practical specialist who needs to quickly understand the complex, often incomprehensible wisdom of modern management for professional activities. The strategic management of the organization is currently perhaps the most complex and poorly formalized part of modern management. Of course, theoretical models that are designed to help in the strategic management of the organization have long been created and justified. But at the same time, many questions still arise about their practical application in the activities of a particular organization. Indirect evidence of this is that most Russian companies unfortunately do not have sound strategic plans, and sometimes they do not draw on a solid business plan with a 3-year implementation horizon. Continue reading
Why do some products get our attention and some not? How do some foods shape our habits? Do these products have any similar features and patterns? This book describes a four-step process that builds customer habits. Habit-forming products allow consumers to return regularly without aggressive marketing and expensive advertising.
Ian (name changed) a little over twenty, she lives in Palo Alto and studies at Stanford University. Balanced and sophisticated, which is what one should expect from a student at a prestigious university, she nevertheless suffers from an annoying habit and can do nothing about it – the girl got hooked on Instagram. Continue reading
Can we create organizations free from politicking, bureaucracy and internal corporate struggle? Organizations where employees are not in perpetual stress do not experience resentment or bitter apathy. Companies where the “above” do not pretend to be important, while the “below” operate as hard labor. Much depends on your answer! A fundamentally new look at the development of organizations, which will help move to the next level of development and build a conscious and integral company of the future.
To see is not to understand, to understand is to see! You see things not as they are, but as you are. Continue reading