Part biography and part leadership guide, this book distills the principles that guide Steve Jobs as he launches killer products, attracts fanatically loyal customers, and manages some of the world's most powerful brands.
Steve Jobs, the pivotal figure behind the success stories of both Apple and Pixar, turned his personality into a business philosophy. This New York Times bestseller reveals how he did it.
How Cliches, Sludge and Management-speak are Strangling our Public Language.
O'Rourke travels to Kosovo where he meets KLA veterans, Albanian refugees and peacekeepers, and confronts the paradox of 'the war that war-haters love to love'. He visits Egypt, Israel and Kuwait, where he witnesses citizens enjoying their newfound freedoms. He concludes that the war was justified for one reason: criminal interior decorating.
From MG Rover to the White Cliffs of Dover, from Newcastle Brown Ale to Royal Mail, and from John Milton to blue stilton, this work informs on and celebrates every aspect of Englishness for a modern audience.
Conducting business over a meal in a foreign country can be fraught with pitfalls that could make or break a transaction. This work provides information about: toasting your Russian host for the 12th time without passing out; eating with your hands and still look like an executive; and what to do when it's your turn at Karaoke.
Where did John Bull come from? What is the Long Man of Wilmington? Who abolished Christmas? When did roast beef become a national dish?From the White Cliffs of Dover to MG Rover, from Newcastle Brown Ale to Royal Mail, and from John Milton to blue stilton, this guide explains and celebrates various aspects of Englishness for a modern audience.
More than a business book, Winners and Losers tells the stories of the creators - and the casualties - of the age of the internet. It reveals how a handful of businesses were born and rose to enormous heights, and how others fell from them, in a new, ferociously competitive economy.