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mySAP ERP For Dummies
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* SAP is the world's leading provider of ERP software and services, with worldwide revenue in 2004 of $9.7 billion and a 57 percent market share among major business application providers; it is one of the world's largest software companies overall* ERP is a flexible, open technology platform that helps businesses run more efficiently (and profitably) by providing integrated management of key operations and supply chains* Written for IT professionals who find it hard to get through SAP's complex documentation, our book demonstrates how ERP can cut costs, provides a clear overview of how the ESA (enterprise service architecture) model affects ERP, and shows how to implement the new ERP in the real world* Topics covered include reducing the cost of an existing IT backbone, using the new ERP to address a company's "pain points" and challenges, and proving the value of ERP through ROI (return on investment) and TCO (total cost of ownership) studies

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Affiliate Marketing Explained: Road to $20,000 ...
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Affiliate Marketing Explained: Road to $20,000 a Month - Make Money Online in Passive Income with Click Bank Jvzoo Max Bounty Online Advertising The truth is: Affiliate marketing completely depends on revenue sharing. It is also known as a passive way of earning money.The idea behind affiliate marketing is to promote other’s products, with the help of an affiliate network. This helps to earn commissions if people buy the products as a result of your marketing efforts. Affiliate marketing is based on revenue sharing. Suppose we have a product and we want to sell extra. We can offer others a financial incentive with the help of an affiliate program. If there is no product and we still want to make money, we can endorse a product which has value. This will help us to earn money from it as an affiliate marketer.Affiliate marketing can be defined as the “process of spreading product creation and product marketing across different parties, where each party receives a share of the revenue according to their contribution.” There are two aspects of the affiliate marketing program. The first is the merchant, who is the seller, the vendor, the brand, the creator, or the retailer. This party is responsible for the creation of the product. The creator can be solo entrepreneurs, Fortune 500 companies, or start-ups.The second concept is the affiliate, the party who is also known as the publisher. The affiliates can also be single individuals or a full company. Affiliate marketing business is capable of generating millions of dollars. An affiliate promotes one or many affiliate products by trying hard to attract customers for the product and convincing them to buy the products.Why you should download Affiliate Marketing Explained? Affiliate marketing is a very popular tactic to increase sales and generate lots of online revenue. The process is extremely beneficial for both affiliate marketers and brand 1. Language: English. Narrator: Daniel Perez. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/193968/bk_acx0_193968_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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The Network Imperative: How to Survive and Grow...
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Digital networks are changing all the rules of business. New, scalable, digitally networked business models, like those of Amazon, Google, Uber, and Airbnb, are affecting growth, scale, and profit potential for companies in every industry. But this seismic shift isn't unique to digital start-ups and tech superstars. Digital transformation is affecting every business sector, and as investor capital, top talent, and customers shift toward network-centric organizations, the performance gap between early and late adopters is widening. So the question isn't whether your organization needs to change but when and how much. The Network Imperative is a call to action for managers and executives to embrace network-based business models. The benefits are indisputable; companies that leverage digital platforms to cocreate and share value with networks of employees, customers, and suppliers are fast outpacing the market. These companies, or network orchestrators, grow faster, scale with lower marginal cost, and generate the highest revenue multipliers. Supported by research that covers 1,500 companies, authors Barry Libert, Megan Beck, and Jerry Wind guide leaders and investors through the 10 principles that all organizations can use to grow and profit regardless of their industry. They also share a five-step process for pivoting an organization toward a more scalable and profitable business model. The Network Imperative, brimming with compelling case studies and actionable advice, provides managers with what they really need: new tools and frameworks to generate unprecedented value in a rapidly changing age. PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying reference material will be available in your My Library section along with the audio. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Kevin T. Collins. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/029371/bk_adbl_029371_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Oil and Gas Royalties , Hörbuch, Digital, 1, 9min
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With our nation's supply of domestic oil and gas reserves in decline, the frantic search for new supplies in previously unexplored areas means some landowners may share in sales proceeds. This short audiobook provides just enough detail that anyone not familiar with the industry can still gain a working knowledge of the process. If I suddenly find one day that I am now one of the fortunate few who have become a royalty owner, what can I expect?Yes, companies are required by law to furnish royalty owners with certain information in a prescribed format, yet pitfalls for the unwary often remain. The author worked in the oil and gas industry for more than 40 years in a variety of capacities. His specialty was in the revenue and royalty disbursement area. This short article by no means tells you everything that you may need to know concerning what it means to be a royalty owner, but it offers a concise explanation that arms the reader with at least a working knowledge of the basics. Even if you never expect to be a royalty owner, listen to it to increase your knowledge of the subject. Or, simply listen for entertainment value. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Paul Hampson. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/008555/bk_acx0_008555_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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A Great Place to Work for All: Better for Busin...
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For 20 years, Great Place to Work has published its gold-standard list of the 100 Best Companies to Work For, which appears first in Fortune magazine. But its latest research shows that what was good enough to be a “great” workplace 10 or 20 years ago is not good enough now. Even at the best workplaces, leaders can - and must - do better. The vital differentiator for companies now is their people - all their people.  CEO Michael C. Bush and his team connect the dots to show how the emerging economy is about developing every ounce of human potential. Today's business climate is defined by speed, rapidly evolving social technologies, and customers and employees who expect values, not just value. As a result, leaders have to create an outstanding culture for all, no matter who they are or what they do for the organization. They must build a Great Place to Work for All.    The authors share new research on how Great Places to Work for All outperform in the stock market and grow revenue three times faster than less-inclusive rivals. Bush and his team tell surprising, inspiring stories about how closing gaps in the work experience between groups of employees pays off for everyone. They document the ways Great Places to Work for All benefit the individuals working there and contribute to a better global society. And they introduce a new leadership framework, showing the advantages of what the authors define as Level 5 “For All” leaders.  The times demand executives who not only are business-savvy but are devoted to fairness, have deep faith in people, and empower all individuals to reach their full potential. This is a call to lead so organizations bring out the best in everyone. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Wes Bleed. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/107665/bk_acx0_107665_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Everything I Know about Marketing I Learned Fro...
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Want Market Share? Google It! You know you've hit it big when your name becomes a verb - and no one knows that better than Google. In just over 10 years, Google has become the world's most valuable brand, consistently dominating its category and generating $6 billion in revenue per quarter. How does Google do it? In a word: marketing. You may not think Google does much marketing. Indeed, it doesn't do a lot of what has traditionally been viewed as marketing. But in today's digital world, marketing has taken new shape - and Google is at the cutting edge. In Everything I Know about Marketing I Learned from Google, digital marketing expert Aaron Goldman offers 20 powerful lessons straight from Google's playbook. Taking you deep into the inner workings of the Googleplex (which are simpler than you think), Goldman provides the knowledge and tools you need to build and grow your brand (which is also simpler than you think). Along the way, he shows how Google's tactics are being used by a wide range of successful corporations, from Apple to Zappos. Key principles include: Tap into the Wisdom of Crowds: Get the signals you need directly from your customers Keep It Simple, Stupid: Craft messages people can grasp in a nanosecond and pass along Don't Interrupt: Join the conversation - but avoid disrupting it Act Like Content: Provide value, not sales pitches Test Everything: Take no detail of your program for granted; you can always improve Show Off Your Assets: Distribute your brand everywhere The beauty of it all is that these Googley lessons can be applied to every aspect of marketing, in organizations of any size. Whether you run a PR department in a multinational corporation or serve as the sole marketer in a small business, these tactics work. In its mission to "organize the world's information 1. Language: English. Narrator: Wayne Shepherd. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/graw/000104/bk_graw_000104_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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The Business Model Navigator
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A strong business model is the bedrock to business success. But all too often, we fail to adapt, clinging to outdated business models that are no longer delivering the results we need. The brains behind The Business Model Navigator have discovered that just 55 business models are responsible for 90% of our most successful businesses. These 55 models – from the Add-On model used by Ryanair to the Subscription model used by Spotify – provide the blueprints you need to revolutionise your business and drive powerful change. As well as providing a practical framework for adapting and innovating your business model, this book also includes each of the 55 models in a quick-read format that covers: What it is Who invented it and who uses it now When and how to apply it “An excellent toolkit for developing your business model.” Dr Heinz Derenbach, CEO, Bosch Software Innovations Product Description A strong business model is the bedrock to business success. But all too often we fail to adapt, clinging to outdated models that are no longer delivering the results we need. The brains behind The Business Model Navigator have discovered that just 55 business models are responsible for 90% of the world's most successful businesses. These 55 models – from the Add-On model used by Ryanair to the Subscription model used by Spotify – provide the blueprints you need to revolutionise your business and drive powerful change. As well as providing a practical framework for adapting and innovating your business model, this book also includes each of the 55 models in a quick-read format that covers: What it is Who invented it and who uses it now When and how to apply it “An excellent toolkit for developing your business model.” Dr Heinz Derenbach, CEO, Bosch Software Innovations Backcover A strong business model is the bedrock to business success. But all too often we fail to adapt, clinging to outdated business models that are no longer delivering the results we need. The brains behind The Business Model Navigator have discovered that just 55 business models are responsible for 90% of our most successful businesses. These 55 models – from the Add-On model used by Ryanair to the Subscription model used by Spotify – provide the blueprints you need to revolutionise your business and drive powerful change. As well as providing a practical framework for adapting and innovating your business model, each of the 55 models are in a quick-read format, covering: What it is Who invented it and who uses it now When and how to apply it 'An excellent toolkit for developing your business model.' Dr Heinz Derenbach, CEO, Bosch Software Innovations PART I 1. The Business Model Navigator The logic of business models The age of business model innovations Elements of a business model Challenging industry thinking 2. Business Model Navigation Principles Know this: Creative imitation and the role of recombination Initiation: Analyze your environment Ideation: adapting patterns Integration: Shaping your business model Implementation: Realizing your plan 3. Change Management Promoting change Defining your line of attack Defining structures, processes, and goals Building competencies Culture as a change-driver PART II: The 55 Business Model Innovation Patterns 1 ADD-ON – Charge for Extras 2 AFFILIATION – Partner Success = Own Success 3 AIKIDO – Convert Competitors’ Strengths to Weaknesses 4 AUCTION – Going once, going twice… sold! 5 BARTER – By-Products as a Bonus 6 CASH MACHINE – “Coining” Money with Negative Working Capital 7 CROSS SELLING – Two Birds with One Stone 8 CROWDFUNDING – Swarm Financing 9 CROWDSOURCING – Outsourcing to Swarms 10 CUSTOMER LOYALTY – Rewards for Enduring Loyalty 11 DIGITIZATION – Digitizing Physical Products 12 DIRECT SELLING – Skipping Middlemen 13 E-COMMERCE – Online Transparency and Cost Reductions 14 EXPERIENCE SELLING – Emotionalizing Products 15 FLAT RATE – Unlimited Consumption at a Fixed Price 16 FRACTIONAL OWNERSHIP – Share Ownership and Use Efficiently 17 FRANCHISING – One for All and All for One 18 FREEMIUM – Free Basic and Paid Premium Versions 19 FROM PUSH-TO-PULL – Customers Create a Maelstrom to Attract Value 20 GUARANTEED AVAILABILITY – Product Access is a Certainty 21 HIDDEN REVENUE – Separating Revenues from Customers 22 INGREDIENT BRANDING – Brand-in-Brand 23 INTEGRATOR – Value Added Through Integration 24 LAYER PLAYER – Layer Specialist 25 LEVERAGE CUSTOMER DATA – Varied Use of Customer Data 26 LICENSE – Commercializing Intellectual Property 27 LOCK-IN – High Switching Costs Force Loyalty 28 LONG TAIL – Little and Often Fills the Purse 29 MAKE MORE OF IT – Multiply Competencies outside Your Core Business 30 MASS CUSTOMIZATION – Off the Rack Individualism 31 NO FRILLS – Everything, Except Expensive 32 OPEN BUSINESS MODEL – Leverage Collaborative Value Creation 33 OPEN SOURCE – Creating a Free Solution Together 34 ORCHESTRATOR – Direct the Value Chain 35 PAY PER USE – Consumption-Based Fees 36 PAY WHAT YOU WANT – What is its Worth to You? 37 PEER-TO-PEER – From Person to Person 38 PERFORMANCE-BASED CONTRACTING – Results-Based Fees 39 RAZOR AND BLADE – Bait and Hook 40 RENT INSTEAD OF BUY – Purchase a Temporary Right to Use 41 REVENUE SHARING – Split Symbiotic Returns 42 REVERSE ENGINEERING – Quickly Learn from Competitors 43 REVERSE INNOVATION – Learn from Quick and Dirty Solutions 44 ROBIN HOOD – Take from the Rich and Give to the Poor 45 SELF-SERVICE – Working Customers 46 SHOP-IN-SHOP – Piggy-Backing 47 SOLUTION PROVIDER – One Stop Shop 48 SUBSCRIPTION – Subscribe to Services 49 SUPERMARKET – Huge Selection, Tiny Prices 50 TARGET THE POOR – Customers at the Base of the Earnings Pyramid 51 TRASH-TO-CASH – Monetize Garbage 52 TWO-SIDED MARKET – Attract Indirect Network Effects 53 ULTIMATE LUXURY – More for More Strategy 54 USER DESIGNED – Customers Become Inventive Entrepreneurs 55 WHITE LABEL – Own Brand Strategy PART III: Appendix Glossary All business model patterns at a glance Further readingA strong business model is the bedrock to business success. But all too often, we fail to adapt, clinging to outdated business models that are no longer delivering the results we need. The brains behind The Business Model Navigator have discovered that just 55 business models are responsible for 90% of our most successful businesses. These 55 models - from the Add-On model used by Ryanair to the Subscription model used by Spotify - provide the blueprints you need to revolutionise your business, spark innovation and drive powerful change. As well as providing a practical framework for adapting and innovating your business model, this book also includes each of the 55 models in a quick-read format that covers: * What it is * Who invented it and who uses it now * When and how to apply it "An excellent toolkit for developing your business model.” Dr Heinz Derenbach, CEO, Bosch Software Innovations

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The Business Model Navigator
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A strong business model is the bedrock to business success. But all too often, we fail to adapt, clinging to outdated business models that are no longer delivering the results we need. The brains behind The Business Model Navigator have discovered that just 55 business models are responsible for 90% of our most successful businesses. These 55 models – from the Add-On model used by Ryanair to the Subscription model used by Spotify – provide the blueprints you need to revolutionise your business and drive powerful change. As well as providing a practical framework for adapting and innovating your business model, this book also includes each of the 55 models in a quick-read format that covers: What it is Who invented it and who uses it now When and how to apply it “An excellent toolkit for developing your business model.” Dr Heinz Derenbach, CEO, Bosch Software Innovations Product Description A strong business model is the bedrock to business success. But all too often we fail to adapt, clinging to outdated models that are no longer delivering the results we need. The brains behind The Business Model Navigator have discovered that just 55 business models are responsible for 90% of the world's most successful businesses. These 55 models – from the Add-On model used by Ryanair to the Subscription model used by Spotify – provide the blueprints you need to revolutionise your business and drive powerful change. As well as providing a practical framework for adapting and innovating your business model, this book also includes each of the 55 models in a quick-read format that covers: What it is Who invented it and who uses it now When and how to apply it “An excellent toolkit for developing your business model.” Dr Heinz Derenbach, CEO, Bosch Software Innovations Backcover A strong business model is the bedrock to business success. But all too often we fail to adapt, clinging to outdated business models that are no longer delivering the results we need. The brains behind The Business Model Navigator have discovered that just 55 business models are responsible for 90% of our most successful businesses. These 55 models – from the Add-On model used by Ryanair to the Subscription model used by Spotify – provide the blueprints you need to revolutionise your business and drive powerful change. As well as providing a practical framework for adapting and innovating your business model, each of the 55 models are in a quick-read format, covering: What it is Who invented it and who uses it now When and how to apply it 'An excellent toolkit for developing your business model.' Dr Heinz Derenbach, CEO, Bosch Software Innovations PART I 1. The Business Model Navigator The logic of business models The age of business model innovations Elements of a business model Challenging industry thinking 2. Business Model Navigation Principles Know this: Creative imitation and the role of recombination Initiation: Analyze your environment Ideation: adapting patterns Integration: Shaping your business model Implementation: Realizing your plan 3. Change Management Promoting change Defining your line of attack Defining structures, processes, and goals Building competencies Culture as a change-driver PART II: The 55 Business Model Innovation Patterns 1 ADD-ON – Charge for Extras 2 AFFILIATION – Partner Success = Own Success 3 AIKIDO – Convert Competitors’ Strengths to Weaknesses 4 AUCTION – Going once, going twice… sold! 5 BARTER – By-Products as a Bonus 6 CASH MACHINE – “Coining” Money with Negative Working Capital 7 CROSS SELLING – Two Birds with One Stone 8 CROWDFUNDING – Swarm Financing 9 CROWDSOURCING – Outsourcing to Swarms 10 CUSTOMER LOYALTY – Rewards for Enduring Loyalty 11 DIGITIZATION – Digitizing Physical Products 12 DIRECT SELLING – Skipping Middlemen 13 E-COMMERCE – Online Transparency and Cost Reductions 14 EXPERIENCE SELLING – Emotionalizing Products 15 FLAT RATE – Unlimited Consumption at a Fixed Price 16 FRACTIONAL OWNERSHIP – Share Ownership and Use Efficiently 17 FRANCHISING – One for All and All for One 18 FREEMIUM – Free Basic and Paid Premium Versions 19 FROM PUSH-TO-PULL – Customers Create a Maelstrom to Attract Value 20 GUARANTEED AVAILABILITY – Product Access is a Certainty 21 HIDDEN REVENUE – Separating Revenues from Customers 22 INGREDIENT BRANDING – Brand-in-Brand 23 INTEGRATOR – Value Added Through Integration 24 LAYER PLAYER – Layer Specialist 25 LEVERAGE CUSTOMER DATA – Varied Use of Customer Data 26 LICENSE – Commercializing Intellectual Property 27 LOCK-IN – High Switching Costs Force Loyalty 28 LONG TAIL – Little and Often Fills the Purse 29 MAKE MORE OF IT – Multiply Competencies outside Your Core Business 30 MASS CUSTOMIZATION – Off the Rack Individualism 31 NO FRILLS – Everything, Except Expensive 32 OPEN BUSINESS MODEL – Leverage Collaborative Value Creation 33 OPEN SOURCE – Creating a Free Solution Together 34 ORCHESTRATOR – Direct the Value Chain 35 PAY PER USE – Consumption-Based Fees 36 PAY WHAT YOU WANT – What is its Worth to You? 37 PEER-TO-PEER – From Person to Person 38 PERFORMANCE-BASED CONTRACTING – Results-Based Fees 39 RAZOR AND BLADE – Bait and Hook 40 RENT INSTEAD OF BUY – Purchase a Temporary Right to Use 41 REVENUE SHARING – Split Symbiotic Returns 42 REVERSE ENGINEERING – Quickly Learn from Competitors 43 REVERSE INNOVATION – Learn from Quick and Dirty Solutions 44 ROBIN HOOD – Take from the Rich and Give to the Poor 45 SELF-SERVICE – Working Customers 46 SHOP-IN-SHOP – Piggy-Backing 47 SOLUTION PROVIDER – One Stop Shop 48 SUBSCRIPTION – Subscribe to Services 49 SUPERMARKET – Huge Selection, Tiny Prices 50 TARGET THE POOR – Customers at the Base of the Earnings Pyramid 51 TRASH-TO-CASH – Monetize Garbage 52 TWO-SIDED MARKET – Attract Indirect Network Effects 53 ULTIMATE LUXURY – More for More Strategy 54 USER DESIGNED – Customers Become Inventive Entrepreneurs 55 WHITE LABEL – Own Brand Strategy PART III: Appendix Glossary All business model patterns at a glance Further readingA strong business model is the bedrock to business success. But all too often, we fail to adapt, clinging to outdated business models that are no longer delivering the results we need. The brains behind The Business Model Navigator have discovered that just 55 business models are responsible for 90% of our most successful businesses. These 55 models - from the Add-On model used by Ryanair to the Subscription model used by Spotify - provide the blueprints you need to revolutionise your business, spark innovation and drive powerful change. As well as providing a practical framework for adapting and innovating your business model, this book also includes each of the 55 models in a quick-read format that covers: * What it is * Who invented it and who uses it now * When and how to apply it "An excellent toolkit for developing your business model.” Dr Heinz Derenbach, CEO, Bosch Software Innovations

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Revenue Assurance: a step toward Business excel...
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The aim of the work is to explore if a Sub-Saharan telecom operator like the study case organization can use the Revenue Assurance function as a mean to win the challenge of implementing effective Business excellence within the organization. Indeed, Business excellence and Revenue Assurance share similar scopes and frameworks. On top of that, Revenue Assurance tends to extend its influence so that it covers the value chain from end-to-end (Deloitte, 2008). Therefore, the fundamentals of this research are grounded on the idea that the Revenue Assurance scope enlargement can contribute to the successful development of Business excellence. Methods and tools used for the conduct of this study consist in a combination of quantitative and qualitative data collected through an administered Likert-scale questionnaire and narrative interviews respectively. Quantitative results have been triangulated to qualitative ones and both to the existing literature. This had the merit to strengthen the legitimacy of the outcomes and facilitate the interpretation of the results.

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