Sound Business

Author: Julian Treasure
Editor: Management Books 2000
ISBN: 9781852526689
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The world is full of sound - most of it unwanted and unplanned - which can change our moods, our behaviour and our performance. This book explains clearly how to use this fact to great advantage, in terms of productivity and customer performance. In a few years, a company's sound will become as important as its logo and public image. Here is a practical guide to planning and managing sound for increased profit in all aspects of business.

Sound Business

Author: Michael Stamm
Editor: University of Pennsylvania Press
ISBN: 9780812205664
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American newspapers have faced competition from new media for over ninety years. Today digital media challenge the printed word. In the 1920s, broadcast radio was the threatening upstart. At the time, newspaper publishers of all sizes turned threat into opportunity by establishing their own stations. Many, such as the Chicago Tribune's WGN, are still in operation. By 1940 newspapers owned 30 percent of America's radio stations. This new type of enterprise, the multimedia corporation, troubled those who feared its power to control the flow of news and information. In Sound Business, historian Michael Stamm traces how these corporations and their critics reshaped the ways Americans received the news. Stamm is attuned to a neglected aspect of U.S. media history: the role newspaper owners played in communications from the dawn of radio to the rise of television. Drawing on a wide array of primary sources, he recounts the controversies surrounding joint newspaper and radio operations. These companies capitalized on synergies between print and broadcast production. As their advertising revenue grew, so did concern over their concentrated influence. Federal policymakers, especially during the New Deal, responded to widespread concerns about the consequences of media consolidation by seeking to limit and even ban cross ownership. The debates between corporations, policymakers, and critics over how to regulate these new kinds of media businesses ultimately structured the channels of information distribution in the United States and determined who would control the institutions undergirding American society and politics. Sound Business is a timely examination of the connections between media ownership, content, and distribution, one that both expands our understanding of mid-twentieth-century America and offers lessons for the digital age.

Sound Business

Author: Philip Philipsen
Editor: iUniverse
ISBN: 059535629X
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China and Japan are in the sound business-they just don't realize it. Not the kind of sound business usually associated with prosperous Asian economies, but the Chinese characters they use by the billions every day. For centuries Chinese characters have served as a powerful symbol of the cultural divide between east and west, but all that is about to change. Sound Business: The Reality of Chinese Characters, written by MA in Japanese Studies and Chinese Philip Philipsen, presents a whole new picture of Chinese characters seen in world perspective. And this is a world that sound makes go around. Get a rare insight into the real function, usage, etymology and true origin of Chinese characters, and be prepared to lose your breath as you discover our astonishing shared heritage. Mixing past and present avant-garde Japanese, Chinese and western research, Sound Business: The Reality of Chinese Characters takes you on a journey that will forever change the way you look at Chinese characters. Join the revolution!

The Principles Of Sound Business

Author: Can Akdeniz
Editor: Can Akdeniz
ISBN:
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Companies really need to think about their principles. They need to do this for themselves, as opposed to simply reproducing existing codes, simply taking principles off the proverbial shelf and applying these to their structures. There are a number of ways to do this. One is through open dialogue. You can also collaborate with all relevant stakeholders, ensuring that you come up with the best possible principles that can move your business forward. Whatever way you choose to approach this, know that the development of sound business principles is as important, if not more so, that even your business plan! These principles can also take on a number of forms. They can be high-level statements of principle, laying out for your company the roadmap to its advancement. Business principles can also be statements of policy, indicating how you intend to do business, more than what you intend to do with your business. Still, some of these are a combination of separate documents, ones that indicate policy, systems of management, implementation as well as monitoring procedures for your business!

Commitment To Sound Business Principles Ethics And Transparency

Author: Shell Petroleum Development Company of Nigeria
Editor:
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Commitment To Sound Business Principles Ethics And Transparency

Author: Shell Petroleum Development Company of Nigeria
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India A Sound Business Proposition

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Metaethical Business Propositions

Author: Andrew Minase
Editor: iUniverse
ISBN: 0595264697
Size: 11,27 MB
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In this second series in Theories and Practices in Metaethics, the author introduces the concept of ethical succession in the fields of business ethics, management and organizational behavior.With comprehensive analyses of managerial methods and strategy planning, this book provides readers with new philosophy of management and the art of conducting morally sound businesses. The interests of this book further extend to the subjects of entrepreneurship, social sciences and environmental studies.

Developing Sound Business Practices At The Department Of Homeland Security

Author: United States
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How To Formulate A Sound Business Plan And A Winning Business Strategy For Startup

Author: Karo OLORI
Editor: Independently Published
ISBN: 9781706399254
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THERE IS MORE TO BUSINESS SUCCESS THAN MERE MULISHNESS. WHAT THEN IS THE BLUEPRINT FOR STARTING AND RUNNING A SUCCESSFUL BUSINESS? THIS BOOK SEEKS TO ANSWER THESE QUESTIONS AND DETAILS HOW TO FORMULATE A SOUND BUSINESS PLAN AND A WINNING STRATEGY FOR STARTUP. MANY BUSINESSES DO NOT APPRECIATE THE IMPORTANCE OF HAVING A WELL DEFINED BUSINESS STRATEGY AND PLAN ESPECIALLY DURING START-UPS. THEY END UP MAKING UNPARDONABLE MISTAKES AND LOOSE MONEY WHICH SOME OF US EXPERIENCED. THIS BOOK IS THEREFORE A COMPILATION OF THE SECRETS WHICH AN ENTREPRENEUR NEEDS TO KNOW TO AVOID SUCH PITFALLS. THE BOOK IS INTERSPERSED WITH VALUABLE EXAMPLES AND ILLUSTRATIONS AS WELL AS A DUMMY PLAN TO ASSIST ENTREPRENEURS.