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Formula for Growth
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204.750000 USD

Formula for Growth

by John O'Gorman, Ray Collis
Hardback
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This is a very stimulating and challenging book. It doesn't shy away at all from many vexing and challenging issues, some of which have been debated by the profession for a very long time. Its audience is far more than advanced undergraduates, however. Due to its timely and specific relevance, ...
Psychology as a Profession in Australia
This is a very stimulating and challenging book. It doesn't shy away at all from many vexing and challenging issues, some of which have been debated by the profession for a very long time. Its audience is far more than advanced undergraduates, however. Due to its timely and specific relevance, it is as pertinent to the practising professional as it is to senior students who have decided that they wish to become professional psychologists. The book is useful to other professions as well, because of a number of the features the professions share in common. All professions can learn from the book's elaboration of what the term 'professional' might mean to us in contemporary life. I commend this book very highly. - Peter Sheehan AO Psychology is a science and a profession. As a science, it is concerned with the empirical investigation of behaviour and mental life and the theories this gives rise to. As a profession, it is concerned with promoting human well-being and performance. This book is about how ideas central to what it means to be a profession are expressed in the case of psychology. It is concerned with professional psychology, the features it shares with other professions, and the impact social change has had on professions in general. Those setting out on the path of professional practice will find it helpful to reflect on what being a member of a profession means. The book is written primarily for third-year psychology students who are looking eagerly to becoming practitioner psychologists. It begins with a discussion of what it means to describe a cultural practice as a profession, then moves on to a little history, the modern-day status of psychology, training, competencies, ethics, and the regulation and representation of psychology and psychologists. Suggested readings are included for each chapter.
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50.350000 USD

Psychology as a Profession in Australia

by John O'Gorman
Paperback
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The B2B Sales Revolution
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51.450000 USD

The B2B Sales Revolution

by Ray Collis, John O'Gorman
Hardback
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Operating Systems is aimed at students at undergraduate and postgraduate levels, particularly those taking a module in a specialist computer systems or computer science course. It takes a new approach to operating systems, integrating three fundamental elements into one convenient and comprehensive text:* It presents the basic theory of operating ...
Operating Systems with Linux
Operating Systems is aimed at students at undergraduate and postgraduate levels, particularly those taking a module in a specialist computer systems or computer science course. It takes a new approach to operating systems, integrating three fundamental elements into one convenient and comprehensive text:* It presents the basic theory of operating system design and implementation in depth* It uses Linux as a running example throughout the text to expose students to the internals of operating systems* It gives a practical introduction to systems programming using the POSIX interfaceCurrently, such material has usually to be drawn from a variety of textbooks so Operating Systems provides a valuable resource for student and lecturer alike. The book aims to give the student a thorough knowledge of how operating systems work, and how they are implemented in practice. It develops a robust understanding of the concepts and building blocks which, although grounded in Linux, provide experience which will be transferable to other systems that the student will meet. Each chapter has a set of discussion questions and suggested reading to further stimulate thought. Whilst primarily written for the academic student, the material will also be of interest to users of Linux in the professional field who wish to increase their knowledge.John O'Gorman is a Lecturer in the Department of Computer Science and Information Systems at the University of Limerick. He has previously published a textbook on operating systems within the Palgrave Grassroots series.The Cornerstones of Computing series is dedicated to providing readers with rigorous and challenging texts that cover the breadth of computing science. The books published in this auspicious series are written by leading experts, reviewed by their peers, and offer a quality of text unsurpassed in today's market.Series Editors* Professor Richard Bird is Director of the Computing Laboratory and head of the Programming Research Group at Oxford University. He is also the author of several successful books, including the best-selling Introduction to Functional Programming ( Prentice Hall )* Professor Tony Hoare was formerly at Oxford and is now working at the Microsoft European Research HQ in Cambridge. He is the author of several textbooks, including Communicating Sequential Processes ( Prentice Hall )
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83.990000 USD

Operating Systems with Linux

by John O'Gorman
Paperback
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QUICK WIN B2B SALES is aimed at sales professionals who are interested in new ways of boosting their sales success. It contains the answers to the questions most commonly asked by sales people selling business-to-business solutions - questions that relate to the principal sales opportunities and challenges faced everyday. QUICK ...
Quick Win B2B Sales: Answers to Your Top 100 B2B Sales Questions
QUICK WIN B2B SALES is aimed at sales professionals who are interested in new ways of boosting their sales success. It contains the answers to the questions most commonly asked by sales people selling business-to-business solutions - questions that relate to the principal sales opportunities and challenges faced everyday. QUICK WIN B2B SALES groups the key sales questions according to the stage of the sales process to which they apply, recognising that there are many dimensions to the B2B sales role, and many steps through which the sale must progress. Thus, there are seven sections to the book: * Sales Essentials sets the scene and answers some of the most common questions about selling. * Sales Leads deals with how to generate more, and better, leads and enquires. * Sales Meetings deals with how to make meetings with prospects more effective, especially the first tentative encounter. * Sales Cycles addresses how buyer and seller can engage more successfully in matching needs to solutions. * Sales Orders focuses on increasing win rates through more effective sales proposals, closing and negotiation. * Repeat Sales focuses on how to generate more revenue from existing customers through more effective account management, project / delivery management and referrals. * Sales Management focuses on issues of concern to sales managers, such as sales systems, the sales team and the sales plan. In addition, using the grid in the Contents, you can search for questions and answers across a range of topics, including: * Message & Materials. * Skills. * Strategy. * Systems & Structures.
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20.950000 USD

Quick Win B2B Sales: Answers to Your Top 100 B2B Sales Questions

by John O'Gorman, Ray Collis
Paperback
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Psychological Testing and Assessment is a comprehensive introduction to theory, research and best practice for psychological testing and assessment. The text examines the principles and practice of psychological testing and assessment within an Australian context, provides varied examples, discusses local issues and addresses the Australian Psychological Society's Code of Ethics.This ...
Psychological Testing and Assessment
Psychological Testing and Assessment is a comprehensive introduction to theory, research and best practice for psychological testing and assessment. The text examines the principles and practice of psychological testing and assessment within an Australian context, provides varied examples, discusses local issues and addresses the Australian Psychological Society's Code of Ethics.This book covers the latest in theory and research and provides students with a practical and accessible guide to the dynamic and evolving field of psychological assessment.This third edition has been updated to include:A wider representation of current tests recommended by the Psychology Board of AustraliaNew case examples illustrate impacts, controversies and legal cases showing real world application of theory and followed by discussion questions to help students test their understanding of key issues.Glossary margin notes include key terms from the beginning of the chapter bolded in the text alongside a margin note definition to assist learning of key professional terms.More content added on:Utility, controversies, issues, criticisms of bias in testingCross cultural assessment and diverse populationsAcquiescenceFuture of testing
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Psychological Testing and Assessment

by Brett Myors, Peter Creed, John O'Gorman, David Shum
Paperback
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The Grassroots series has been designed to neet the students needs. The books address core subjects, and provide the student with enough resources and support for a one semester course. This text introduces the reader to operating systems, and gives an overview of the rest of the book. It covers ...
Operating Systems
The Grassroots series has been designed to neet the students needs. The books address core subjects, and provide the student with enough resources and support for a one semester course. This text introduces the reader to operating systems, and gives an overview of the rest of the book. It covers the traditional material on processes, but with more emphasis than usual on threads and considers interactions between concurrent threads, including semaphores, message queues, and monitors. It goes into concurrency in some detail. Memory management is covered, including segmentation and paging. Input/Output is dealt with over two chapters: one concentrates on the high level, device independent aspects, while the other looks at low level aspects such as the interface with hardware, control of devices, and file organisation on disk. Distributed computer systems are introduced, with detail on communication mechanisms, and various distributed services which can be built on top of these. Finally, the work looks briefly at fault handling and security issues, in both stand alone and distributed systems.
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73.490000 USD

Operating Systems

by John O'Gorman
Paperback
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