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What The New Breed Of Cmos Know That You Don T

Author : MaryLee Sachs
ISBN : 9781134761203
Genre : Business & Economics
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This book should be viewed as a primer for any new or aspiring CMO, C-suite peer to marketing, or marketer looking to ‘up their game’, and as such it provides a range of ideas, concepts, approaches and considerations from a wide range of CMOs who are driving significant transformation within their organizations. The chief marketing officer is arguably the least understood role in the C-suite by both the outside world and internal audiences. Job specifications differ widely - much more than for the chief executive officer (CEO), chief financial officer (CFO), or chief talent officer. This book helps to define parameters for both B2C and B2B marketers and points to some game-changing strategies designed to lead change and deliver success. Following the success of her first book, The Changing MO of the CMO, MaryLee Sachs has drawn on her research and interviews with some of the most inventive new CMOs from companies in established and emerging markets. What the New Breed of CMOs Know that You Don’t speaks to the future of marketing, the strategic value of the function and the role of the CMO.

The Changing Mo Of The Cmo

Author : Ms MaryLee Sachs
ISBN : 9781409459149
Genre : Business & Economics
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MaryLee Sachs explores the relationship and increasing blur between the marketing discipline and the public relations profession. How do the two mix? What is their role in a world where the growth of digital and social media has contributed to an increasing lack of control over how brands are perceived? Drawing on the experiences of Chief Marketing Officers (CMOs) from 10 iconic organizations with business and consumer brands across the globe, The Changing MO of the CMO explores how some organizations are making the most of a blended approach to communications and marketing and how CMOs can respond to and prepare for their new responsibilities. It illustrates how PR can provide: • authenticity, relevance and advocacy to marketing; • integration of an organization's approach to paid, owned and earned media channels; • a strategic risk management tool for assuring reputation and managing crisis communication. Changing the traditional roles of marketing and communications may be an imperative for organizations. That doesn't make it easy. This readable and credible short guide provides a sense of the opportunities and obstacles involved and the vision required to change the culture of marketing and communications. The Changing MO of the CMO is an important book for developing a new model of marketing; it should be read by all CMOs charged with defining and implementing changes.

Nano Cmos Circuit And Physical Design

Author : Ban Wong
ISBN : 9780471678861
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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Based on the authors' expansive collection of notes taken over the years, Nano-CMOS Circuit and Physical Design bridges the gap between physical and circuit design and fabrication processing, manufacturability, and yield. This innovative book covers: process technology, including sub-wavelength optical lithography; impact of process scaling on circuit and physical implementation and low power with leaky transistors; and DFM, yield, and the impact of physical implementation.

The Chicago Manual Of Style

Author : University of Chicago. Press
ISBN : 0226104036
Genre : Authorship
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Provides information on manuscript preparation, punctuation, spelling, quotations, captions, tables, abbreviations, references, bibliographies, notes, and indexes, with sections on journals and electronic media.

Modern Cmos Circuits Manual

Author : R. M. Marston
ISBN : 9780750625654
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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This Circuits Manual examines operating principles and practical applications of modern medium-speed and 'fast' CMOS digital ICs. 470 carefully selected circuits, diagrams, graphs and tables are supported by the informative 'how to' text and by detailed descriptions of more than 120 modern CMOS ICs and their practical applications. Although ideal for practical design engineers and technicians, this book will doubtless also be of great interest to hobbyists and students of electronics. Using clear and comprehensive language, each chapter begins with an explanation of the basic principles of the subject followed by the presentation of circuits and useful data. The first chapter describes and explains digital IC basics, CMOS and TTL principles, the various CMOS sub-families and CMOS basic-usage rules. Chapter 2 gives a practical introduction to CMOS basics via the 4007UB IC, which can be used in both digital and linear applications. Chapter 3 deals with modern logic circuitry, and Chapter 4 with CMOS bilateral switches and data selectors. The next six chapters progress through waveform generator circuitry, clocked flip-flop and counter circuits, ICs, special counter/dividers, data latches, registers, comparators, and code converters. Chapter 11 focuses on specialised types of IC such as multiplexers and decoders while the final chapter presents a miscellaneous collection of useful CMOC circuits.

The Challenger Customer

Author : Matthew Dixon
ISBN : 9780241972687
Genre : Business & Economics
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The long-awaited sequel to the bestselling sales classic The Challenger Sale 'A handbook of practices that will help you get into your customers' heads, deliver good value, and win the sale' DANIEL H. PINK, author of To Sell is Human and Drive Four years ago, the authors behind The Challenger Sale overturned decades of conventional wisdom with a bold new approach to sales. Now they reveal something even more surprising: the highest-performing sales teams don't focus on friendly, attentive customers. Instead, they target challenger customers. Challenger customers are sceptical, less interested in meeting, and ultimately indifferent as to who wins the deal. But they also have the credibility, persuasive skill and will to challenge the status quo that will get a deal to the finish line far more often than customers who are easier to connect with. Based on new CEB research from thousands of B2B marketers, sellers and buyers around the world, The Challenger Customer shows you how to find these 'mobilizers' and equip them with the tools to effectively challenge their own organizations on your behalf. This ground-breaking book is the blueprint you need to make the sale again and again. thechallengercustomer.co.uk

The Front Line Leader

Author : Chris Van Gorder
ISBN : 9781118933367
Genre : Business & Economics
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Real leadership that leads to high engagement, higher performance, and a culture of accountability As president and CEO of Scripps Health, one of America's most prestigious health systems, Chris Van Gorder presided over a dramatic turnaround, catapulting Scripps from near bankruptcy to a dominant market position. While hospitals and health systems nationwide have laid people off or are closing their doors, Scripps is financially healthy, has added thousands of employees (even with a no-layoff philosophy), and has developed a reputation as a top employer. What are the secrets to this remarkable story? In The Front-Line Leader, Chris Van Gorder candidly shares his own incredible story, from police officer to CEO, and the leadership philosophy that drives all of his decisions and actions: people come first. Van Gorder began his unlikely career as a California police officer, which deeply instilled in him a sense of social responsibility, honesty, and public service. After being injured on the job and taking an early retirement, Van Gorder had to reinvent himself, taking a job as a hospital security director, a job that would change his life. Through hard work and determination, he rose to executive ranks, eventually becoming CEO of Scripps. But he never forgot his own roots and powerful work ethic, or the time when he was a security officer and a CEO would not make eye contact with him. Van Gorder leads from the front lines, making it a priority to know his employees and customers at every level. His values learned on the force—protecting the community, educating citizens, developing caring relationships, and ultimately doing the right thing—shape his approach to business. As much as companies talk about accountability, managers seldom understand what practical steps to take to achieve an ethic of service that makes accountability meaningful. The Front-Line Leader outlines specific tactics and steps anyone can use starting today to take responsibility, inspire others, and achieve breakout results for their organizations. Van Gorder reveals how a no-layoff philosophy led to higher accountability, how his own attention to seemingly minor details spurred larger change, and how his own high standards for himself and his team improved morale and productivity. From general strategy to the tiny, everyday steps leaders can take to create the kind of culture and accountability that translates into major competitive advantage, The Front-Line Leader charts a path to better leadership and a more engaged, higher-performing organization.

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