D. J. Partridge

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Helpful votes received on reviews: 96% (24 of 25)
Location: Essex, England
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 4,748,723 - Total Helpful Votes: 24 of 25
Engineering Mathematics Through Applications by Kuldeep Singh
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars What a good book..., 3 Feb 2005
This book is a very worthwhile investment for undergraduate engineering students and experienced engineers alike.
The layout is modern, crisp and user friendly; this combined with the refreshing approach taken by the author makes for an excellent resource for learning and quick reference.
Each topic is covered adequately from transposition of formulae to differentiation; the sections start with a description of the topic, then the properties & execution, examples and a summary. The author has also included some useful tips throughout the sections.
As a Consulting Engineer in the field of Building Services Engineering and a Post Grad Student I have found the reference within… Read more
5 Temptations of a Manager: A Powerful Fable That &hellip by Patrick M. Lencioni
Every so often I will read a text book and it will highlight a failing or an observation in by business life that changes the way I operate... this is one of the rare times that I have enjoyed reading a 'story' and seen myself in the plot!
I’ve gone on to re-read this book a number of times to refresh myself.
I would recommend this book to any manager who feels that they are still learning from there mistakes (that’s everyone), as I would imagine that many managers would also see themselves (if they are open minded enough and honest) in one of the 5 temptations that Lencioni suggests straight away.
There were one or two temptations that were definite areas for me… Read more
Management: Theory and Practice by G.A. Cole
17 of 18 people found the following review helpful
An invaluable book used by myself during my managements studies with an excellent easy to read and reference format.
Ideal for those in formal study in either management science or MBA courses, but not for those looking for a lighter read.