Competing With Knowledge

The Lawyer's Guide to Working Smarter with Knowledge Tools

The Lawyer's Guide to Working Smarter with Knowledge Tools by Marc Lauritsen
English | 2011 | ISBN: 1604428260 | 244 pages | EPUB | 0,9 MB
Fighting Cancer with Knowledge and Hope: A Guide for Patients, Families, and Health Care Providers, Second Edition

Richard C. Frank, "Fighting Cancer with Knowledge and Hope: A Guide for Patients, Families, and Health Care Providers, Second Edition"
English | ISBN: 0300190611 | 2013 | 328 pages | PDF | 2 MB
A Ton of Crap: The Bathroom Book That's Filled to the Brim with Knowledge (repost)

Paul Kleinman, "A Ton of Crap: The Bathroom Book That's Filled to the Brim with Knowledge"
ISBN: 1440529353 | 2011 | EPUB | 352 pages | 2 MB
Competing with the Soviets: Science, Technology, and the State in Cold War America

Competing with the Soviets: Science, Technology, and the State in Cold War America By Audra J. Wolfe
2012 | 176 Pages | ISBN: 142140771X , 1421407698 | EPUB + MOBI | 2 MB + 5 MB

A Guitarist's Guide to Improvising With Knowledge, Part 1  

Posted by AlenMiler at Feb. 27, 2015
A Guitarist's Guide to Improvising With Knowledge, Part 1

A Guitarist's Guide to Improvising With Knowledge, Part 1: Scales, Arpeggios, Rhythms and Theory for Lead Guitarists (Volume 1) by Greg Studley
English | Oct 28, 2014 | ISBN: 0989979857 | 142 Pages | PDF (Converted) | 38.1 MB

Finally, an answer to each and every guitarist who has had that moment of simultaneous bliss and confusion when listening to one of their idol players and thinking, "How did they come up with that solo? Will I ever be able to play like that?" Part 1 consists of the first 130+ pages of A Guitarist's Guide to Improvising With Knowledge, and contains scales, arpeggios, rhythms and embedded improvisational theory that will guide you down a logical path from basic scale exercises to complex, high quality solos, allowing you to develop your own unique style.
Competing with High Quality Data: Concepts, Tools, and Techniques for Building a Successful Approach to Data Quality

Rajesh Jugulum, "Competing with High Quality Data: Concepts, Tools, and Techniques for Building a Successful Approach to Data Quality"
ISBN: 1118342321 | 2014 | PDF | 304 pages | 9 MB
A Ton of Crap: The Bathroom Book That's Filled to the Brim with Knowledge

Paul Kleinman, "A Ton of Crap: The Bathroom Book That's Filled to the Brim with Knowledge"
ISBN: 1440529353 | 2011 | EPUB | 352 pages | 2 MB
Globality: Competing with Everyone from Everywhere for Everything (Audiobook)

Globality: Competing with Everyone from Everywhere for Everything (Audiobook) by Hal Sirkin, Jim Hemerling, Arindam Bhattacharya and Christian Rummel
English | 2008 | ISBN: 160024176X | ASIN: B001B2MY2I | 5 hours and 13 minutes | MP3 160 kbps | 231 MB

You know those news reports that show how American students lag way behind kids from other far-off countries when it comes to scoring on standard math, science, and technology tests?
Well, those kids from those far off lands have now grown up and are eager to claim the world as their turf.
Competing for Knowledge: Creating, Connecting, and Growing (Routledge Studies in Global Competition)

Competing for Knowledge: Creating, Connecting, and Growing (Routledge Studies in Global Competition)
Routledge | September 19, 2007 | English | ISBN : 0415375126,0415375122 | PDF | 240 pages | 1.2MB

Focusing on the dynamics of the knowledge economy, this volume provides an overview of the knowledge creation capabilities of economies, an examination of their growth performance and a detailed analysis of how the creation and connection of knowledge is becoming the key means of growing productivity.
Competing With the Government: Anticompetitive Behavior and Public Enterprises

Competing With the Government: Anticompetitive Behavior and Public Enterprises
Publisher: Hoover Institution Press | ISBN: 081793992X | edition 2004 | PDF | 120 pages | 1,3 mb

Government-owned and government-subsidized firms compete with private firms in a variety of activities but are often endowed with privileges and immunities not enjoyed by their private rivals. Competing with the Government reveals how these privileges give government firms an artificial competitive advantage that fosters a wide range of potentially harmful effects. Examining a variety of instances in which government and private firms compete—including freight carriage, electric utilities, financial services, and others—the authors raise fundamental questions about the proper relationship between business and government in a market economy and underline the need for significant policy change regarding competition between government and private firms. Drawing from a wealth of case studies, they detail how state-owned enterprises (SOEs) enjoy an array of government-granted privileges and immunities that can be used anticompetitively, revealing why an SOE is more likely to engage in anticompetitive behavior than a privately owned firm—and why anticompetitive behavior by SOEs is likely to be harmful to society. They show how the U.S. Postal Service—as well as postal services abroad—have consistently been guilty of anticompetitive behavior. And they make a strong case that government-sponsored enterprises such as Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac have actually violated the Sherman antitrust act by monopolizing the automated underwriting market.