Beyond the Champion


The Routledge Handbook of the Philosophy of Paternalism
Beyond the Champion: Institutionalizing Innovation Through People
Human Resource Management
Retail Buying: Pearson New International Edition
Whiteness, Pedagogy, and Youth in America: Critical Whiteness Studies in the Classroom

The Routledge Handbook of the Philosophy of Paternalism

Routledge | English | 2018 | ISBN-10: 1138956104 | 368 pages | PDF | 2.48 mb

by Kalle Grill (Editor), Jason Hanna (Editor)
While paternalism has been a long-standing philosophical issue, it has recently received renewed attention among scholars and the general public. The Routledge Handbook of the Philosophy of Paternalism is an outstanding reference source to the key topics, problems and debates in this exciting subject and is the first collection of its kind. Comprising twenty-seven chapters by a team of international contributors the handbook is divided into five parts:
• What is Paternalism?
• Paternalism and Ethical Theory
• Paternalism and Political Philosophy
• Paternalism without Coercion
• Paternalism in Practice
Within these sections central debates, issues and questions are examined, including: how should paternalism be defined or characterized? How is paternalism related to such moral notions as rights, well-being, and autonomy? When is paternalism morally objectionable? What are the legitimate limits of government benevolence? To what extent should medical practice be paternalistic?
The Routledge Handbook of the Philosophy of Paternalism is essential reading for students and researchers in applied ethics and political philosophy. The handbook will also be very useful for those in related fields, such as law, medicine, sociology and political science.
‘This volume is a comprehensive treatment of all aspects of paternalism. The contributions are of high quality and topics are covered which are often neglected, e.g. nudging, manipulation, epistemic paternalism.’
Gerald Dworkin, University of California, Davis, USA
About the Author
Kalle Grill is Associate Professor of Philosophy at Umeå University, Sweden. His research mainly concerns paternalism and related issues, such as nudging, respect for preferences, and various issues in public health policy. He also works on population ethics.
Jason Hanna is Associate Professor of Philosophy at Northern Illinois University, USA. His research addresses issues in normative and applied ethics, including the permissibility of paternalism and the defensibility of deontological constraints on harming. He has previously held a Faculty Fellowship at Tulane University’s Murphy Institute.

Beyond the Champion: Institutionalizing Innovation Through People

Stanford Business | English | 2018 | ISBN-10: 0804798273 | 320 pages | PDF | 3.14 mb

by Gina Colarelli O’Connor (Author), Andrew C. Corbett (Author), Lois S. Peters (Author)
Large, mature companies often struggle when it comes to the uncertain process of breakthrough innovation. But innovation is an imperative in today’s cutthroat business environment. To fulfill its potential, there has to be a better way―and there is.
Beyond the Champion argues that innovation is a talent all its own that requires distinct skills and expertise, just like finance or marketing. Viewing innovation as a discipline in its own right, it is easy to see that breakthrough wins require an organizational design with clearly delineated roles, responsibilities, and career tracks for those who shoulder the responsibility for new products. Drawing on the results of a four-year study and two decades of related research, this book outlines three fundamental competencies necessary for innovation: discovery, incubation, and acceleration. Mapping these skills onto roles and opportunities for advancement, the authors deliver a pioneering blueprint for sustainable innovation.
“In their novel and useful approach to innovation, the authors deliver a strong practical message, continued outlines, and tables that provide tremendous guidance for the practitioner. This book supplies a blueprint for how to institutionalize the innovation function and create an organization that enhances the talents of its people in a strategic manner.” (Donald F. Kuratko, The Gill Distinguished Chair of Entrepreneurship Indiana University)
“If you’re driving organic growth beyond your core business, this is a powerful framework to help you organize for success. Thoughtful and inclusive, Beyond the Champion makes a compelling case to invest in the growth and development of your people―to guide them in becoming true experts in innovation and new business creation.” (John Hillenbrand, VP Research & Development Armstrong Flooring)
“This book is a masterwork on system-level innovation. Comprehensively researched and replete with superb analysis, it reflects the real world of business and what it takes to continually succeed in the marketplace. Beyond the Champion is destined to be the definitive work on how to foster continued business growth.” (William E. Schneider President, Corporate Development Group, Inc. and author, Lead Right for Your Company’s Type)
“The author’s detailed descriptions of innovation roles have given me a lot of inspiration. Aligning corporate breakthroughs with fast-changing markets is an art. This book has great ideas for how to master that challenge.” (Patricie Merkert, Vice President, Innovation & Corporate Strategy and Product Champion New Business MANN+HUMMEL GmbH)
“This book is the capstone of 20+ years of longitudinal research that has revealed the issues with corporate innovation on numerous levels. This book pinpoints the underlying issues on a macro level but then brings them to life with specific stories of the people in these roles, concluding with practical models to guide future practitioners. It’s spot on.” (Rich Duncombe University of Oregon)
About the Author
Gina Colarelli O’Connor is Professor of Marketing and Innovation Management and Associate Dean of Academic Affairs at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute’s Lally School of Management and Director of the Radical Innovation Research Program. She is the lead author ofGrabbing Lightning: Building a Capability for Breakthrough Innovation (2008). Andrew C. Corbett is the Paul T. Babson Chair of Entrepreneurial Studies and Professor of Entrepreneurship at Babson College. An award winning teacher, he was also recently recognized as one of the Top 25 Entrepreneurship Researchers in the World. Professor Corbett’s research focuses on corporate entrepreneurship, entrepreneurial cognition, and entrepreneurship education. He consults on innovation and entrepreneurship to organizations across the globe. Lois S. Peters was Associate Professor at the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute’s Lally School of Management and Director of the MS-Technology, Commercialization, and Entrepreneurship program. She was the co-author of Grabbing Lightning: Building Capability for Breakthrough Innovation (2008).

Human Resource Management

Pearson | English | 8th Ed. | 2017 | ISBN-10: 1292119594 | 689 Pages | PDF | 10.72 mb

By Julie Beardwell, Amanda Thompson
Beardwell & Thompson’s text offers a critical, social-science focused approach to HRM which caters for the students studying HRM at the higher level of undergraduate as well as being suited to those on MB
Introductory and concluding case studies for use in seminars to stimulate interest and provoke thought
Self-test questions for students in each chapter
Explore sections for the reader to consider how theories, models and concepts apply to various types of workplaces
‘Key controversies’ which extract contentious issues and invite the reader to formulate their own viewpoint
New To This Edition
New to the eighth edition is a focus on:
comparative HRM and globalisation,
ethics, CSR and employee wellbeing,
a new chapter considering the impact of BREXIT and
coverage of the green agenda on HRM.
About the Author(s)
Julie Beardwell was Chief Moderator Standards at the CIPD until 2015 and has over 25 years’ experience of leading and teaching on HR programmes.
Amanda Thompson is Head of the Department of HRM and Head of the Department of Corporate Development at De Montfort University

Retail Buying: Pearson New International Edition

Pearson | English | 9th Ed. | 2014 | ISBN-10: 1292026766 | 361 pages | PDF | 10.42 mb

By Jay Diamond, Gerald Pintel
For courses in Retail Buying, Retail Merchandising and Fashion Merchandising.
Retail Buying, Ninth Edition, is known for its clear depiction of retail buying, reflecting what buyers face every day in their pursuit of excellence. Focusing on the changes in today’s market, the book addresses topics such as diverse ethnicities and the nuances of purchasing abroad. Contemporary market considerations are highlighted throughout, including chapters on buying for discount operations, using the Internet for product procurement, and methods of analyzing customer demand. With a host of end-of-chapter materials and visual aids, this book continues its tradition of effectively preparing students for their role as professional retail buyers.
Hallmark Features:
Complete step-by-step approach–shows how buyers plan their purchases.
Familiarizes students with the buying process.
Sixteen-page color insert–depicts the different stages of merchandise acquisition planning and the actual procurement of goods.
Provides a strong visual, showing how buyers conduct their daily responsibilities.
Contemporary market considerations–are covered throughout, such as Multiculturalism: Assessing the Product Needs of America’s Major Ethnicities ( Ch. 6), Consumer Analysis (Ch. 5), and Wholesale Purchasing on the Internet (Ch. 13).
Discusses current issues impacting buyers today.
End-of-Chapter tools–include Language of the Trade, Summaries of Key Points, Review Questions, and Case Problems.
Reinforce the practical approach of the text and identify key concepts for each chapter

Whiteness, Pedagogy, and Youth in America: Critical Whiteness Studies in the Classroom

Routledge | English | 2018 | ISBN-10: 1138571946 | 160 pages | PDF | 1.10 mb

by Samuel Jaye Tanner (Author)
This book employs a narrative approach to recount and interpret the story of an innovative teaching and learning project about whiteness. By offering a first-hand description of a nationally-recognized, high school-based Youth Participatory Action Research project―The Whiteness Project―this book draws out the conflicts and complexities at the core of white students’ racial identities. Critical of the essentializing frameworks traditionally given to address white privilege, this volume advances a distinctive and theoretically robust account of ‘second-wave critical whiteness pedagogy’.
“The pulsing heart of this book is Samuel Jaye Tanner’s storytelling and commentary about a remarkable, year-long project in which white high school students investigated and dramatized how whiteness deformed their own community. Along the way, Tanner criticizes anti-racist pedagogies grounded in a white privilege framework and theorizes white racial identities with sophistication and power. Many different things are needed for the fight against racism in this time of Trump―Tanner’s book is one of them.”
– Timothy J. Lensmire, Professor, University of Minnesota, USA
About the Author
Samuel Jaye Tanner is Assistant Professor of Literacy Education at The Pennsylvania State University, Altoona, USA.

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