Angebote zu "Champions" (14 Treffer)

Kategorien

Shops

Das Geheimnis der Champions
34,00 € *
ggf. zzgl. Versand

Das Geheimnis der Champions sind die MitarbeiterExzellente Unternehmen überlassen es nicht dem Zufall, ob ihre Mitarbeiter top sind oder flop. Sie arbeiten systematisch daran, die besten Mitarbeiter zu finden und zu binden.Jörg Knoblauch und Benjamin Kuttler präsentieren 30 Vorreiter des Personalmanagements - darunter Google, Unilever, aber auch starke Unternehmen aus dem Mittelstand.Jedes der 30 Unternehmen hat die besten und die richtigen Mitarbeiter. Aus diesen Erfahrungen haben die Autoren 25 Erfolgsfaktoren herausgearbeitet.Lernen Sie von den Besten!In der Online-Mediathek zum Buch unter www.geheimnis-der-champions.de/mediathek finden Sie zu den 30 Champions eine Fülle kostenloser Zusatzangebote: Formulare, Vorlagen, Videos, Artikel, Buchtipps und mehr!

Anbieter: buecher
Stand: 02.04.2020
Zum Angebot
Das Geheimnis der Champions, Hörbuch, Digital, ...
9,95 € *
ggf. zzgl. Versand

Das Geheimnis der Champions sind die Mitarbeiter. Exzellente Unternehmen überlassen es nicht dem Zufall, ob ihre Mitarbeiter top sind oder flop. Sie arbeiten systematisch daran, die besten Mitarbeiter zu finden und zu binden. Jörg Knoblauch und Benjamin Kuttler präsentieren 30 Vorreiter des Personalmanagements - darunter Google, Unilever, aber auch starke Unternehmen aus dem Mittelstand. Jedes der 30 Unternehmen hat die besten und die richtigen Mitarbeiter. Aus diesen Erfahrungen haben die Autoren 25 Erfolgsfaktoren herausgearbeitet. Lernen Sie von den Besten! Dieses Hörbuch enthält das komplette Buch mit hilfreichen Tipps für die Praxis. Es bietet Ihnen die Möglichkeit, sich zum Beispiel während des Autofahrens oder des Fitnesstrainings fortzubilden. 1. Sprache: Deutsch. Erzähler: Siegfried Lachmann. Hörprobe: http://samples.audible.de/bk/teco/000002/bk_teco_000002_sample.mp3. Digitales Hörbuch im AAX Format.

Anbieter: Audible
Stand: 02.04.2020
Zum Angebot
Stephen Fry Does the 'Knowledge', Hörbuch, Digi...
9,95 € *
ggf. zzgl. Versand

Stephen Fry presents this intriguing programme charting the history of knowledge, how technology changes our relationship with it, and how we know what we know. Knowledge. The Google generation thinks it doesn’t need to carry much of it around in its head any more. Much has already been written about the internet changing the way we think and learn. But is knowledge less valuable than it used to be? This absorbing programme explores the concept of ‘knowledge’, drawing on a variety of diverse sources: quiz games, psychology, education, news, trivia shows, satellite navigation and comedy. Featuring cab drivers, philosophers, memory champions and members of the Brains Trust, it looks at topics including cultural relativism, language learning and prodigious feats of memory. Plus, it attempts to answer such questions as: what constitutes useful knowledge in an era when we can find anything very quickly?; why has 'useless knowledge' gained in currency?; and, if Typhoo put the tea in Britain, should we take the piss out of epistemology? Packed with interviews, debates and a feast of archive clips from the past three decades, this is an enlightening and entertaining overview of the world of knowledge, both general and specific. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Stephen Fry. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/bbcw/005219/bk_bbcw_005219_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

Anbieter: Audible
Stand: 02.04.2020
Zum Angebot
World Without Mind: The Existential Threat of B...
9,95 € *
ggf. zzgl. Versand

A New York Times Book Review Notable Book of 2017Franklin Foer reveals the existential threat posed by big tech, and in his brilliant polemic gives us the toolkit to fight their pervasive influence.Over the past few decades, there has been a revolution in terms of who controls knowledge and information. This rapid change has imperiled the way we think. Without pausing to consider the cost, the world has rushed to embrace the products and services of four titanic corporations. We shop with Amazon; socialize on Facebook; turn to Apple for entertainment; and rely on Google for information. These firms sell their efficiency and purport to make the world a better place, but what they have done instead is to enable an intoxicating level of daily convenience. As these companies have expanded, marketing themselves as champions of individuality and pluralism, their algorithms have pressed us into conformity and laid waste to privacy. They have produced an unstable and narrow culture of misinformation, and put us on a path to a world without private contemplation, autonomous thought, or solitary introspection - a world without mind. In order to restore our inner lives, we must avoid being coopted by these gigantic companies, and understand the ideas that underpin their success.Elegantly tracing the intellectual history of computer science - from Descartes and the enlightenment to Alan Turing to Stewart Brand and the hippie origins of today's Silicon Valley - Foer exposes the dark underpinnings of our most idealistic dreams for technology. The corporate ambitions of Google, Facebook, Apple, and Amazon, he argues, are trampling longstanding liberal values, especially intellectual property and privacy. This is a nascent stage in the total automation and homogenization of social, political, and intellectual life. By reclaiming our private authority over how we intellectually engage with the world, we have the power to ste 1. Language: English. Narrator: Marc Cashman. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/peng/003280/bk_peng_003280_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

Anbieter: Audible
Stand: 02.04.2020
Zum Angebot
World Without Mind
11,95 € *
ggf. zzgl. Versand

A New York Times Book Review Notable Book of 2017Franklin Foer reveals the existential threat posed by big tech, and in his brilliant polemic gives us the toolkit to fight their pervasive influence.Over the past few decades there has been a revolution in terms of who controls knowledge and information. This rapid change has imperiled the way we think. Without pausing to consider the cost, the world has rushed to embrace the products and services of four titanic corporations. We shop with Amazon, socialize on Facebook, turn to Apple for entertainment, and rely on Google for information. These firms sell their efficiency and purport to make the world a better place, but what they have done instead is to enable an intoxicating level of daily convenience. As these companies have expanded, marketing themselves as champions of individuality and pluralism, their algorithms have pressed us into conformity and laid waste to privacy. They have produced an unstable and narrow culture of misinformation, and put us on a path to a world without private contemplation, autonomous thought, or solitary introspection-a world without mind. In order to restore our inner lives, we must avoid being coopted by these gigantic companies, and understand the ideas that underpin their success.Elegantly tracing the intellectual history of computer science-from Descartes and the enlightenment to Alan Turing to Stewart Brand and the hippie origins of today's Silicon Valley-Foer exposes the dark underpinnings of our most idealistic dreams for technology. The corporate ambitions of Google, Facebook, Apple, and Amazon, he argues, are trampling longstanding liberal values, especially intellectual property and privacy. This is a nascent stage in the total automation and homogenization of social, political, and intellectual life. By reclaiming our private authority over how we intellectually engage with the world, we have the power to stem the tide.At stake is nothing less than who we are, and what we will become. There have been monopolists in the past but today's corporate giants have far more nefarious aims. They're monopolists who want access to every facet of our identities and influence over every corner of our decision-making. Until now few have grasped the sheer scale of the threat. Foer explains not just the looming existential crisis but the imperative of resistance.Named one of the best books of the year by The New York Times - L.A. Times - NPR

Anbieter: Dodax
Stand: 02.04.2020
Zum Angebot
ISBN World Without Mind Buch Hardcover 272 Seiten
25,00 € *
ggf. zzgl. Versand

A New York Times Book Review Notable Book of 2017Franklin Foer reveals the existential threat posed by big tech, and in his brilliant polemic gives us the toolkit to fight their pervasive influence.Over the past few decades there has been a revolution in terms of who controls knowledge and information. This rapid change has imperiled the way we think. Without pausing to consider the cost, the world has rushed to embrace the products and services of four titanic corporations. We shop with Amazon, socialize on Facebook, turn to Apple for entertainment, and rely on Google for information. These firms sell their efficiency and purport to make the world a better place, but what they have done instead is to enable an intoxicating level of daily convenience. As these companies have expanded, marketing themselves as champions of individuality and pluralism, their algorithms have pressed us into conformity and laid waste to privacy. They have produced an unstable and narrow culture of misinformation, and put us on a path to a world without private contemplation, autonomous thought, or solitary introspection-a world without mind. In order to restore our inner lives, we must avoid being coopted by these gigantic companies, and understand the ideas that underpin their success.Elegantly tracing the intellectual history of computer science-from Descartes and the enlightenment to Alan Turing to Stewart Brand and the hippie origins of today's Silicon Valley-Foer exposes the dark underpinnings of our most idealistic dreams for technology. The corporate ambitions of Google, Facebook, Apple, and Amazon, he argues, are trampling longstanding liberal values, especially intellectual property and privacy. This is a nascent stage in the total automation and homogenization of social, political, and intellectual life. By reclaiming our private authority over how we intellectually engage with the world, we have the power to stem the tide.At stake is nothing less than who we are, and what we will become. There have been monopolists in the past but today's corporate giants have far more nefarious aims. They're monopolists who want access to every facet of our identities and influence over every corner of our decision-making. Until now few have grasped the sheer scale of the threat. Foer explains not just the looming existential crisis but the imperative of resistance.Named one of the best books of the year by The New York Times - L.A. Times - NPR

Anbieter: Dodax
Stand: 02.04.2020
Zum Angebot
Das Geheimnis der Champions
49,90 CHF *
ggf. zzgl. Versand

Das Geheimnis der Champions sind die Mitarbeiter Exzellente Unternehmen überlassen es nicht dem Zufall, ob ihre Mitarbeiter top sind oder flop. Sie arbeiten systematisch daran, die besten Mitarbeiter zu finden und zu binden. Jörg Knoblauch und Benjamin Kuttler präsentieren 30 Vorreiter des Personalmanagements - darunter Google, Unilever, aber auch starke Unternehmen aus dem Mittelstand. Jedes der 30 Unternehmen hat die besten und die richtigen Mitarbeiter. Aus diesen Erfahrungen haben die Autoren 25 Erfolgsfaktoren herausgearbeitet. Lernen Sie von den Besten! In der Online-Mediathek zum Buch unter www.geheimnis-der-champions.de/mediathek finden Sie zu den 30 Champions eine Fülle kostenloser Zusatzangebote: Formulare, Vorlagen, Videos, Artikel, Buchtipps und mehr!

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 02.04.2020
Zum Angebot
World Without Mind
19,90 CHF *
zzgl. 3,50 CHF Versand

A New York Times Book Review Notable Book of 2017 Franklin Foer reveals the existential threat posed by big tech, and in his brilliant polemic gives us the toolkit to fight their pervasive influence. Over the past few decades there has been a revolution in terms of who controls knowledge and information. This rapid change has imperiled the way we think. Without pausing to consider the cost, the world has rushed to embrace the products and services of four titanic corporations. We shop with Amazon; socialize on Facebook; turn to Apple for entertainment; and rely on Google for information. These firms sell their efficiency and purport to make the world a better place, but what they have done instead is to enable an intoxicating level of daily convenience. As these companies have expanded, marketing themselves as champions of individuality and pluralism, their algorithms have pressed us into conformity and laid waste to privacy. They have produced an unstable and narrow culture of misinformation, and put us on a path to a world without private contemplation, autonomous thought, or solitary introspection—a world without mind. In order to restore our inner lives, we must avoid being coopted by these gigantic companies, and understand the ideas that underpin their success.    Elegantly tracing the intellectual history of computer science—from Descartes and the enlightenment to Alan Turing to Stewart Brand and the hippie origins of today's Silicon Valley—Foer exposes the dark underpinnings of our most idealistic dreams for technology. The corporate ambitions of Google, Facebook, Apple, and Amazon, he argues, are trampling longstanding liberal values, especially intellectual property and privacy. This is a nascent stage in the total automation and homogenization of social, political, and intellectual life. By reclaiming our private authority over how we intellectually engage with the world, we have the power to stem the tide. At stake is nothing less than who we are, and what we will become. There have been monopolists in the past but today's corporate giants have far more nefarious aims. They’re monopolists who want access to every facet of our identities and influence over every corner of our decision-making. Until now few have grasped the sheer scale of the threat. Foer explains not just the looming existential crisis but the imperative of resistance.  Named one of the best books of the year by The New York Times • L.A. Times • NPR 

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 02.04.2020
Zum Angebot
Who Do I Want to Become?
16,90 CHF *
zzgl. 3,50 CHF Versand

“An everyday household story beautifully written and warmly illustrated. In an increasingly fast-paced and tech-oriented world, all kids and grown-ups need to pause and be reminded of this book's much-needed message—be a true citizen of the world, who is kind, compassionate, and giving.” — Komal Singh, program manager at Google and author of Ara the Star Engineer “ Who Do I Want to Become? is the shift in conversation that is required for 21st-century leadership that will be valuable for young and old alike. This book is a meaningful conversation to have with children at a young age, just as they're beginning to assess how the world works and their place in it—a lesson that adults in today's society will also gain valuable insight from. Rumeet's book challenges gender stereotypes, allowing children to broaden their scope of possibilities as they look to take on the world! — Steve Mesler, Olympic gold medalist, 3-time Olympian, and co-founder & CEO of Classroom Champions “Rumeet Billan’s charming book encourages children to think about their values and the impact they want to have on the world. Who Do I Want to Become? is a playful, entertaining read that helps differentiate between the things we do and the kind of person we choose to be. This book places value on one’s character instead of one’s job title—an important distinction to make, and an important concept for children to understand.” — Heather Moyse, 2-time Olympic gold medalist, empowerment specialist, and author of Redefining ‘Realistic’ “ Who Do I Want to Become? is an entertaining and insightful book that helps reframe conversations young people have about the future and their place in it. Author Rumeet Billan has infused the main character, Dylan, with the natural curiosity and imagination characteristic of children as they attempt to define who they are. Who Do I Want to Become? will ignite dialogue about core values, beliefs, and the impact that young people have on our civil society.” — Michael Salvatori, Educator and author of numerous FSL student resources

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 02.04.2020
Zum Angebot