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Author: Matthias Nöllke
Publisher: Haufe-Lexware
ISBN: 3648072552
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!-- Generated by XStandard version on 2016-07-08T13:22:30 -- Dieses Formularbuch unterstützt Sie als Vermieter bei der täglichen Arbeit. Es enthält die Musterverträge, -formulare und -briefe, die Sie am häufigsten brauchen: Mietverträge, Musterbriefe für Mieterhöhungen, Modernisierungsvereinbarungen, Abmahnungen, Kündigungen und vieles mehr. Alle Muster werden ausführlich erklärt. Sie sind rechtssicher, auf dem neuesten Stand und können sowohl als Kopiervorlage als auch als Download genutzt werden. Mit diesem Buch sparen Sie Zeit und arbeiten immer mit fehlerfreien, juristisch verlässlichen Unterlagen. Inhalte: Das Mietverhältnis sicher gestalten Die Details zur Mietzahlung verbindlich regeln Schritt für Schritt zur korrekten Nebenkostenabrechnung So setzen Sie eine Mieterhöhung durch Die rechtssichere Kündigung - Ablauf und formale Aspekte Worauf Sie achten müssen, wenn der Mieter auszieht In der Neuauflage: Formulare auf dem aktuellen Rechtsstand mit allen Änderungen im Mietrecht Arbeitshilfen online: Alle Musterverträge, -formulare und -briefe aus dem Buch

Radical Business Model Transformation

Author: Carsten Linz
Publisher: Kogan Page Publishers
ISBN: 0749480467
Size: 43.31 MB
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Many companies are relying on a business model that is fundamentally suited to a different era. Now, organizations are under pressure from new trends such as digitization and servitization. Trying to adapt to a new environment, they risk relying on improvements that only scratch the surface of developing a radically different value proposition. Based on rigorous research into companies that have successfully and radically redesigned their business models, Radical Business Model Transformation shows why they made the leap, what they had to do to achieve it and how it has transformed the potential for their organizations. This book is a step-by-step guide for leaders who want to seize the opportunity of new business models and gain a competitive advantage. It explains how to assess the status quo, identify the value of future business models and develop a transformation path. It also provides advice on how to involve both the leadership team and all other employees in order to implement successful business model transformation. Illustrative case studies of organizations that have crossed the line to a more transformative business range from exponential-growth companies like Netflix and global players like Xerox, SAP and Daimler to mid-sized hidden champions like Knorr-Bremse and LEGIC. Radical Business Model Transformation is essential reading for business leaders, transformation experts and MBA students interested in ensuring that their business model is future-proof and can withstand the new proliferation of innovations that are set to transform the business landscape.

Grid Economics And Business Models

Author: Jörn Altmann
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 3642038638
Size: 47.49 MB
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This volume constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 6th International Workshop on Grid Economics and Business Models, GECON 2009, held in Delft, The Netherlands, August 2009. The 8 full papers included in this volume were carefully selected from 25 submissions. They aim at presenting current results and innovative research in the area of Grid economics. The papers are organized in topical sections on market models and mechanisms, business support tools and business-related resource allocation. The proceedings are rounded off by 6 papers on research-in-progress which were selected from many paper submissions. These papers provide an overview about ongoing research projects on Grid and Cloud economics, addressing economic-related research in Cloud computing and software services.


Author: Rayna Denison
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 1472576764
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Anime: A Critical Introduction maps the genres that have thrived within Japanese animation culture, and shows how a wide range of commentators have made sense of anime through discussions of its generic landscape. From the battling robots that define the mecha genre through to Studio Ghibli's dominant genre-brand of plucky shojo (young girl) characters, this book charts the rise of anime as a globally significant category of animation. It further thinks through the differences between anime's local and global genres: from the less-considered niches like nichijo-kei (everyday style anime) through to the global popularity of science fiction anime, this book tackles the tensions between the markets and audiences for anime texts. Anime is consequently understood in this book as a complex cultural phenomenon: not simply a "genre,Â?? but as an always shifting and changing set of texts. Its inherent changeability makes anime an ideal contender for global dissemination, as it can be easily re-edited, translated and then newly understood as it moves through the world's animation markets. As such, Anime: A Critical Introduction explores anime through a range of debates that have emerged around its key film texts, through discussions of animation and violence, through debates about the cyborg and through the differences between local and global understandings of anime products. Anime: A Critical Introduction uses these debates to frame a different kind of understanding of anime, one rooted in contexts, rather than just texts. In this way, Anime: A Critical Introduction works to create a space in which we can rethink the meanings of anime as it travels around the world.

Adult Manga

Author: Sharon Kinsella
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135798095
Size: 15.88 MB
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First detailed analysis of the phenomenon in English. Describes and analyses the complex new attitudes to manga since the 1980s. Provocative and timely, the book shows how manga's status in Japanese society is intimately linked to changes in the balance of power between artists and editors.

Houses Of Glass

Author: Georg Kohlmaier
Publisher: MIT Press
ISBN: 9780262610704
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The glasshouses of the nineteenth century represent a remarkable confluence of opposites in architecture and technology. The architecture was designed to create an artificial climate in which people could return to paradise, and yet the technical means employed were also basic to the century's developing industrial grime -the other side of paradise. Enriched by more than 700 illustrations, Houses of Glass chronicles these pristine structures as they evolved from hothouses into exhibition halls, ballrooms, and theaters. Georg Kohlmaier is an architect and Barna von Sartory a sculptor. They have collaborated on many books and articles on contemporary architecture.

A Psychological Approach To Entrepreneurship

Author: Dean A. Shepherd
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing
ISBN: 1783479809
Size: 16.27 MB
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øWithin an entrepreneurial context, what a person thinks and feels and how they behave are hugely consequential. Entrepreneurs often work in scenarios of considerable time pressure, task complexity, uncertainty and high performance variance. This fasci

Routledge Handbook Of Sustainable Product Design

Author: Jonathan Chapman
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317435923
Size: 63.97 MB
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As a cultivated form of invention, product design is a deeply human phenomenon that enables us to shape, modify and alter the world around us – for better or worse. The recent emergence of the sustainability imperative in product design compels us to recalibrate the parameters of good design in an unsustainable age. Written by designers, for designers,?the Routledge Handbook of Sustainable Product Design presents the first systematic overview of the burgeoning field of sustainable product design. Brimming with intelligent viewpoints, critical propositions, practical examples and rich theoretical analyses, this book provides an essential point of reference for scholars and practitioners at the?intersection of product design and sustainability. The book takes readers to the depth of our engagements with the designed world to advance the social and ecological purpose of product design as a critical twenty-first-century practice. Comprising 35 chapters across 6 thematic parts, the book’s contributors include the most significant international thinkers in this dynamic and evolving field.

The Handbook Of Technology And Innovation Management

Author: Scott Shane
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 0470740353
Size: 29.61 MB
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This timely handbook represents the latest thinking in the field of technology and innovation management, with an up-to-date overview of the key developments in the field. Under the separate but related headings of market environment; business models; innovation processes; and organizational design; leading scholars contribute essays that chart the important debates and emergent issues in the field of technology and innovation management.