Author:David Allen


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Community Leadership and the Transformation of Freetown (1801-1976)

By: Barbara E. Harrell-Bond, Allen M. Howard and David E. Skinner

Price: $95.00

Publisher: The Hague, The Netherlands, Mouton Publishers: 1978

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 038134

ISBN: 90-279-7525-6

Condition: Very Good

Printed Pages: 437 with numerous b/w plates. View more info

Stanislavski for Beginners

By: David Allen

Price: $5.20

Publisher: New Delhi, India, Orient BlackSwan: 2003

Seller ID: 101870

ISBN: 8125024697

Condition: New

Printed Pages: 174. View more info

The Geology of Building Stones

By: John Allen Howe; Introduction By David Jefferson

Price: $100.00

Publisher: Dorset, UK, Donhead Publishing Ltd: 2001

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 023146

ISBN: 1873394527

Condition: Brand New

John Allen Howe’s book, The Geology of Building Stones, written in 1910, was the first major reference work to feature information on the considerable range of building stones which were being used in the UK and which were still being quarried at that time. This important and useful publication, now reprinted by Donhead, offers very detailed information on the appearance and qualities of the various types of stone being used at that time, including granite, sandstones, limestones and other lesser known building stones, specific to certain geographical areas. It also includes a good introduc... View more info

Marketing Champions: Practical Strategies for Improving Marketing's Power, Influence and Business Impact

By: Roy A. Young, Allen M. Weiss & David W. Stewart

Price: $14.00

Publisher: New Delhi, India, Times Group Books: 2011

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 104741

ISBN: 812652958X

Condition: New

Marketing Champions explains to marketing professionals how to make the marketing department an influential, powerful, and critical part of any organization. Because many CEOs don't currently perceive their marketing departments as delivering sufficient value, the author posits that it is up to marketers to prove them wrong and seize organizational significance. He outlines the three key dimensions of value required to effectively manage marketing as an asset of any organization, and leads the reader through the steps necessary to achieve them -- first, how marketers must prove that they manag... View more info