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50 Giants of Management Strategy

Learn everything you need to know about the past 100 years of management history in just one volume! Readers will remain engaged and entertained as they read about the development of 90 different management principles in this fully-illustrated, story-driven text.

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Raising Children in the AI Age

From what age should children be allowed to use a smartphone?  Will schoolwork alone prepare them for the future?  Just what is the “singularity,” and what does can we expect?

The future is open wide.  It is our job as parents, educators, and mentors to prepare the next generation for what is coming.  The AI age will be unlike anything we have seen so far. Raising Children in the AI Age will teach you what to expect, and how to be ready for it.

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The Economics of Education

Should you reward children for good grades? 

Are video games a hindrance to schoolwork? 

How much praise is too much? 

 Parents have countless questions about how to best raise their children, most of which don’t have clear answers.  The Economics of Education takes a look at what the science tells us about these questions, challenging conventional wisdom about the best approaches to child development and education as well as their effects on our children’s future. 

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Dieting for Life

It’s time to take a look back at what your ancestors ate.
Everyone’s body is equipped with an ability to heal itself. In fact, your body wants to be healthy. All you need to do is give it the tools to do so. However many of us today are on a collision course with ill health and disease due to our diets. The good news is that getting back on track is easy, and it starts by simply changing the way you eat.
Charming illustrations by Kaoru Kusano accompany the wisdom of longtime food and health advocate Ryuzo Akiyama. It’s never too late to change your future, so why not start today? 

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The End of the Public Company

An economic expert’s thoughts on how widening economic disparity, business scandals, and increasing national debt could very well mean the end of the public traded companies as we know them today.

The current climate emphasizing growth at any cost may have worked 50 years ago, but it has become unsustainable. The more we focus on such an antiquated notion, the less in touch with the reality of the times we become. Looking to the future with a fresh perspective is now integral for success in the long-term.

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