By: Rabbi Levi Brackman & Sam Jaffe (2008)
Book Price: $24.00
Rabbi Levi Brackman is a popular Judaic scholar, writer and teacher. He has taught on 3 continents, has a weekly TV show, and is published regularly in newspapers and internet. Sam Jaffe has been on the staff of The Wall Street Journal, Smart Money, Bloomberg Markets, and Business Week magazines. Both are business consultants!
Ancient clues to wealth access
Rabbi Brackman and Sam Jaffe express their views in 9 chapters. They discuss such topics as, Patriarchal business models: Creating a blueprint for success (Ch. 4), Making the sale: Negotiation techniques from the Torah (Ch. 5), Spiritual entrepreneurship: Finding the Holy in your work (Ch. 7), and many more ancient clues to wealth access.
Godly business success
Rabbi Brackman and Sam Jaffe share with a personal and forthright style. Referring to moving forward, they say, “A … Read More
The functionality of lanyards is not confined to holding security passes and identification badge only. Lanyards serve other purposes as well. They can be customized attractively to complement the branding of your business or any event you want to organize. With custom printing services, you can select a design and perfectly match your corporate branding with it. Therefore, these accessories can be used effectively on various occasions. However, they need to be informative with striking design so that people feel fascinated and find them easy to carry.
Instead of searching your pocket to get the identity card, you place the badge on a lanyard which rest conveniently around your neck. This is the easiest way to access your badge quickly. So whenever, you are asked to show your badge you will no longer have to mess with your pocket to find the required essential. Wearing a lanyard around the neck … Read More
Today, Information technology (IT) plays a vital role in the field of textile industry. Any manufacturing unit employs four Ms that is, Men, Material, Machine and of course Money. To get organizational success, managers need to focus on synchronizing all these factors and developing synergies with in and outside organizational operations. With the increased competition, companies are taking support of IT to enhance its Supply Chain Management (SCM) and using it as a competitive edge. In short, many textile companies are leveraging the technological power to adding value to their business.
Supply Chain Management includes: sourcing, procuring, converting, and all the logistic activities. It seeks to increase the transaction speed by exchanging data in real-time, reduce inventory, and increased sales volume by fulfilling customer requirements more efficiently and effectively.
Why Textile Industries Need IT Support?
Lack of information on demand and supply aspects
Most of the decisions a manager takes … Read More
The following article lists some simple, informative tips that will help you have a better experience with. Recovering from a business devastation is not a good Business Continuity plan BCP. Many companies lack a game plan to make sure that their business can function at 100% health should disaster ever occur. Many claim to have a continuity plan in place but in reality what they have is a disaster recovery plan, meaning that when situations hit the fan, they have off site temporary premises to operate from and off site back up of all their files in an event of a total disruption of production. Your plan should extend beyond the technology department of your business. A successful consist of more than just your IT department. What makes your enterprise a successful business:
1 – The Staff: without the staff the business ceases to exist. How do you replace the … Read More
Firms desiring to enter international business face several obstacles; some are much more severe than others. The most common barriers to effective business are cultural, social, and political barriers, and tariffs and trade restrictions.
The first one to effective business is the cultural and social barriers. A nation’s culture and social forces can restrict international business activities. Culture consists of a country’s general concepts and values and tangible items such as food, clothing, and building. Social forces include family, education, religion and customs. Selling products from one country to another is sometimes difficult when the cultures of the two countries differ significantly. For example, when McDonald’s opened its first restaurant in Rome, it was met with protest. The people of Rome objected to the smell of hamburgers frying. McDonald’s overcame this objection by changing the exhaust system of the restaurant.
The second barrier is the social forces that can create … Read More