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The Theory and Practice of Change Management
The Theory and Practice of Change Management
by Prof John Hayes
Edition: Paperback

4.0 out of 5 stars Excellent & comprehensive book, 3 May 2012
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As a MBA kiddie, I found the book a great reference.

Having to work hard to achieve what is expected academically, it is an excellent tool, the way the units are laid within the chapters, research, graphs, summaries and conclusions and more important case studies.

To a practitioner it may be slow moving or hard to understand at times but one has to work hard to understand or move on until relevant is met. Since John Hayes is an expert that he is, the book is complete and comprehensive so one needs to be working hard at it or have great deal of experience.


The TKT Course
The TKT Course
by Mary Spratt
Edition: Paperback

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Great for its time but,..., 3 May 2012
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This review is from: The TKT Course (Paperback)
The book has all 3 modules of the TKT exam.
It is very useful to have for example exam papers but for content better to buy the new edition.
It is more of a guide than a coursebook. The book is good, but could be much more helpful as a course book. Not all the terminology needed for the test in the content but only as homework at the end of each unit. The terminology glossary is not included so you still have to have that for your preparation for the exam.


Kingfisher Atlas of World History
Kingfisher Atlas of World History
by Simon Adams
Edition: Paperback

0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Not children atlas but,..., 3 May 2012
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An atlas from the eyes of a child. The book has very beautiful pictures with much effort has been made by the illustrator which has to be praised for her work unlike the writer. The contents is absolutely bios and one sided. he sees and described the world history as liked personally and very narrow minded. The book is not truthful or informative, it is very judgemental and at times insulting (language). It is not looking at events as it has happened or the contribution it may have had or great achievements but how he felt about them. After all the book IS FOR a child. If you considering it for a naive and less informed 4 year old who will specially enjoy the picture, is OK but not for a well informed 8 year old which one of them asked me: why is so little been said here or nothing been said there.


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