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Business of Staffing A Talent Agenda

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Staffing is today’s Talent Agenda! A culture in which staff can work without encumbrances and to attract and retain top talent is the one that works. Policies and programs, vision and values, strategies and goals, risks and reward, demand and supply, pain and gain, love and hate, all have to singularly focus on managing talent. Enterprises have lost their ability to command and control talent. Its all about Supply versus demand! Today talent rules! In a good way! The book deals with the concept of Business of Staffing, keeping Talent Agenda as its core purpose. Based on an empirical research spread over 10 years the analysis brings to bear the changed nature of talent management as they impact corporate organizations and goes beyond competencies, testing or talent issues. With a focus on building sustainable talent stars the book covers a wide variety of case examples, expert opinions, consulting experience, leading practices in corporate organizations and global examples of trends and innovations.


BEST OF BURGUNDY 2016 2017 Petit Fut

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Edition for English-speaking people looking for the best addresses and good deals. An essential guidebook to find an accommodation, a restaurant, to organize your visits, outings and shopping. A selection of addresses gathering the must-sees as the hidden treasures for a successful stay. Welcome to Burgundy.


Agriculture in an Urbanizing Society Volume One

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In two volumes, selected papers presented at the sixth AESOP conference on Sustainable Food Planning are brought together, representing the academic work of worldwide experts in the fields of food planning and urban agriculture. This volume, therefore, provides an overview of the latest, state-of-the-art research in the field, drawing from areas such as spatial planning, urban design, governance, social innovation, entrepreneurship, and local initiatives, among others, to represent the current knowledge base for creating sustainable urban food projects.


The Urban Garden City

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This book provides an interdisciplinary overview of the role of gardens in cities throughout different historical periods. It shows that, thanks to various forms of spatial and social organisation, gardens are part of the material urban landscape, biodiversity, symbolic and social shape, and assets of our cities, and are increasingly becoming valued as an ‘order’ to follow. Gardens have long been part of the development of cities, serving different purposes through the ages: shaping neighborhoods to promote health or hygiene, introducing aesthetic or biological elements, gathering the citizens around a social purpose, and providing food and diversity in times of crisis. Highlighting examples that can serve as the basis for comparisons, the chapters offer a brief panorama of experiences and models of gardens in the city – in the European context and in various periods of history – while also discussing issues related to garden cities, urban agriculture and community gardens. The contributors are university staff from various disciplines in the human and life sciences, in discourse with other academics but also with practitioners who are interested in experiences with urban gardens and in promoting an awareness of their spatial, social and ‘philosophical’ goals throughout history. The book will appeal to urban geographers, sociologists and historians, but also to urban ecologists dealing with ecosystem services, biodiversity and sustainable development in cities. From a more operational standpoint, landscape planners and architects are sure to find many of the projects enlightening and inspirational.


Yearbook of International Organizations

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Beginning in 1983/84 published in 3 vols., with expansion to 6 vols. by 2007/2008: vol. 1--Organization descriptions and cross references; vol. 2--Geographic volume: international organization participation; vol. 3--Subject volume; vol. 4--Bibliography and resources; vol. 5--Statistics, visualizations and patterns; vol. 6--Who's who in international organizations. (From year to year some slight variations in naming of the volumes).


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French books in print

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