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Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: This newly revised book about the Value Zone will provide an analysis of a consortium of for profit and not for profit organizations that are establishing strategies to help U.S. Veterans that are currently faced with a number of major problems: high unemployment; lack of housing; homelessness; lack of good healthcare; high suicide rates; inadequate care for families; and more. This newly revised book about the Value Zone will provide an analysis of a consortium of for profit and not for profit organizations that are establishing strategies to help U.S. Veterans that are currently faced with a number of major prob-lems: high unemployment; lack of housing; homelessness; lack of good healthcare; high suicide rates; inadequate care for families; and more. The lead organization in this effort to launch a national program to help veter-ans is the American Veterans Alliance (AVA). Their mission is to "ensure that veterans prosper by enabling them to be contributing members of their community. To achieve this they have a business philosophy that leverages the Value Zone as a business model to help them to sustain successful strategic initiatives that will help veterans during the decades to come. Buchnummer des Verkäufers

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Inhaltsangabe: This newly revised book about the Value Zone will provide an analysis of a consortium of for profit and not for profit organizations that are establishing strategies to help U.S. Veterans that are currently faced with a number of major problems: high unemployment; lack of housing; homelessness; lack of good healthcare; high suicide rates; inadequate care for families; and more. This newly revised book about the Value Zone will provide an analysis of a consortium of for profit and not for profit organizations that are establishing strategies to help U.S. Veterans that are currently faced with a number of major prob-lems: high unemployment; lack of housing; homelessness; lack of good healthcare; high suicide rates; inadequate care for families; and more. The lead organization in this effort to launch a national program to help veter-ans is the American Veterans Alliance (AVA). Their mission is to ?ensure that veterans prosper by enabling them to be contributing members of their community. To achieve this they have a business philosophy that leverages the Value Zone as a business model to help them to sustain successful strategic initiatives that will help veterans during the decades to come.

Über den Autor: Dr. Wood has a Ph.D from Walden University and has served on the faculty of Marist College School of Management and more recently the State University of New York?s Empire State College International Programs. He has also served as an editor for the American Business Behavioral Sciences Society. Dr. Wood has worked for companies like IBM, and taught at Educational Institutes like Marist College and the State University of New York. He currently is a senior executive for the American Veterans Alliance. He is responsible for all operations, and provides strategic guidance and direction for the senior executive team.. He provides strategic guidance to AVA and provides significant contributions to the quarterly AVATG newsletter. Dr. Wood has also been appointed to serve on the Board of Directors for the American Veterans Alliance for Disabled Veterans. Dr. Wood was a co-founder of Axiom Consulting LLC in 2002 after contributing over 30 years of executive leadership experience from a number of companies. He has most recently founded the Wood Research Institute to explore issues related to how to sustain business success, diversity, managing and negotiating in multicultural environments, expatriate problems/issues, business ethics and corporate social responsibility. He is widely published and an accomplished speaker in the following areas: · Business Management · Globalization · Sustainable Development · International Trade Dr. Wood?s scholarship is impressive. In addition to writing numerous articles, and award-winning conference papers. Dr. Wood has written two significant books to his credit: The first, Exploring E-Commerce: Global E-Business, and E-Societies, which he co-authored with fellow IBM executive Craig Fellenstein, and Into the Value Zone: Gaining and sustaining Competitive Advantage.

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