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Project Management Metrics, KPIs,and Dashboards

Enables readers to easily understand and implement essential strategies on measuring project management performance

Project Management Metrics, KPIs, and Dashboards provides complete coverage of what metrics and KPIs are and how to use them effectively, offering comprehensive coverage of the different dashboard types, design issues, and applications that ­readers may come across during practical application of the concepts. To aid in seamless reader comprehension, the work includes full-color dashboards from some of the most successful project management companies. As a modern resource, the work aligns with PMI’s PMBOK(r) Guide and stresses value-driven project management. weiterlesen »

Screen World editor Barry Monush has compiled an essential work for every film lover’s library. He has a distinct writing style that, while not always objective, lets his personality and sources–mainly Screen World and Films on Review magazine–shine through. Barry Monush has done extensive research to compile the biographies, and the entries convey his love of moviemaking . . . There are fun anecdotes included in every entry, and readers will learn new trivia each time they peruse the encyclopedia. This Book is published by Applause Books – can be ordered from Amazon

The subject of this book is Ferrari’s racing history from 1960 to 1965, a period that was one of the most successful in the marque’s history so far.

In this era, which began with completion of the transition from front-engined to rear-engined configuration, Scuderia Ferrari won just about everything with a variety of iconic machinery that included the ‘shark-nose’ 156 and the fabled 250 GTO. Driving Formula 1 Ferraris, Phil Hill and John Surtees delivered two World Championship titles in the space of four years. Ferrari sports cars racked up a string of six consecutive victories in the Le Mans 24 Hours, a feat subsequently surpassed only by Porsche. weiterlesen »

A beautiful survey of Princess Diana’s fashion and the evolution of her style- Collects Diana’s most famous (and infamous) outfits- Tells the story behind the design of each dress- Includes interviews with designers’I literally had one long dress, one silk shirt, one smart pair of shoes and that was it’ – so Princess Diana said of the day she and Prince Charles got engaged. Sixteen years later, Diana would die, no longer the girl with one dress, but a global fashion icon who had raised more than £2 million for charity by selling 79 of her dresses at Christie’s auction house in New York.This chic and stylish book opens Diana’s wardrobe to the world. From the Regamus debutante’s dress Diana wore at a ball at Althorp, her family estate, to her infamous Christina Stambolian ‘Revenge’ dress, which she wore on the night Prince Charles publicly admitted his adultery with Camilla Parker Bowles, each iconic moment is captured in these pages.Claudia Joseph chronicles Diana’s style evolution from the days she shopped with her mother for her wedding trousseau at Harrods, to her discovery of her wedding dress designers, the Emanuels, and her relationship with Vogue fashion director Anna Harvey, who introduced her to designers such as Catherine Walker, Jacques Azagury and Versace. She looks at the designers who shaped Diana’s image and tracks down her most symbolic dresses to museums around the world. This Book is published by ‎ ACC Art Books – can be ordered from Amazon.

Jacky Ickx is one of the true greats of motor racing. In a career spanning nearly 40 years, he was both highly successful and hugely versatile, racing at the highest level in a wide variety of categories — including Formula 1, sports cars, touring cars and rally raids — and winning throughout.
Among many accolades, he won the Le Mans 24 Hours an unprecedented six times and twice finished runner-up in the Formula 1 World Championship. This exhaustively researched book has been written with his full co-operation and outlines every one of the 565 races that he contested in cars and on motorcycles, forming a detailed and insightful record of his racing life supported by over 850 photographs, many of which have never been published before.
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Die zweijährige Ausbildung des neuen Berufs “Fachkraft Küche” ist identisch mit den ersten beiden Lehrjahren der Köche/Köchinnen. Diese Neuerscheinung deckt die Inhalte der Lernfelder 1 bis 10 ab und kann in gemischten Klassen auch ideal parallel zu “Der junge Koch/Die junge Köchin” eingesetzt werden. Das Buch ist im Pfanneberg Verlag erschienen. auch über Amazon zu bestellen.

With 75 World Championships (riders and manufacturers), 270 Grand Prix victories, and more than 3000 International race wins, MV Agusta’s competition record is unequalled amongst Italian motorcycle manufacturers. MV’s list of World Champions includes some of the greatest names in the sport, with Carlo Ubbiali, John Surtees, Mike Hailwood, Giacomo Agostini and Phil Read winning multiple times. weiterlesen »

Die Erinnerungen der tschechischen Jüdin Franci Rabinek (1920 – 1989) an ihre traumatische Deportation sind ein in mehrerer Hinsicht ungewöhnliches Zeugnis von der Kraft der Resilienz. Francis Überlebensweg beginnt in Prag, wo sie eine erfolgreiche Modedesignerin war. 1942 wurde sie zusammen mit ihren Eltern nach Theresienstadt deportiert; die Eltern und ihr Mann überlebten nicht. weiterlesen »

Das Designrecht ist in seiner Anwendung von der Rechtsprechung geprägt und dabei nicht immer frei von Widersprüchen. Es erfordert ein tiefergehendes Verständnis der Entstehung und Nutzung von Gestaltungen, insbesondere wenn diese eine technische Funktion haben. Kritische Hinterfragungen und neue Argumentationslinien sind rar. Der neue Handkommentar Der HK-DesignG stößt in diese Lücke. weiterlesen »

Das Buch informiert anschaulich über die Entwicklungen und Studien im Bereich neuer Arbeitsformen. Der Autor spannt dabei den Bogen von New Work und Arbeiten 4.0 sowie Home Office und Remote Work über die Zunahme der Digitalen Nomaden bis hin zur Gig Economy in der Weltwirtschaft. weiterlesen »