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Crazy Book Sale – Save up to 85% – Books from R25

Posted on 17 April 2013 by Olivia Colville

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Crazy Book Sale for Crazy People

Red Pepper Books is at it again! We need shelf space, so we’re clearing out our stock and everything must go! If your bookshelves are looking a little empty, why not take advantage of this opportunity to fill them up without breaking the bank?

With titles discounted up to 85% you can’t afford to miss our sale. We’ve got books on loads of subjects, from English and Afrikaans fiction, Sport and Travel, Cookbooks and Parenting, Business and Management, Health and Lifestyle and many more. You’re bound to find something that’s of interest to you.

Click Here to go to our Sale Page and start shopping now! We have limited quantities of each title available so don’t waste any time. We accept payment via Credit Card or EFT and we offer Free Delivery on orders Over R375.

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If you think sheep don’t know about Innovation, you haven’t met Stella!

Posted on 04 April 2013 by Olivia Colville

Inspired by George Orwell’s Animal Farm and the international bestseller Our Iceberg is Melting, How Stella Saved the Farm is a simple parable about embracing change and managing innovation in difficult times.Stella Saves

Bankruptcy, or the grim prospect of being acquired by a hostile human competitor, threatens Windsor Farm. But when a young sheep called Stella comes up with a bold idea, will the other animals be able to respond to her ambitious call to action?

Grounded in over a decade of academic research, How Stella Saved the Farm will resonate for organizations of all types, from global corporations to small companies looking to embrace change. With eight simple lessons to guide new initiatives to success, it prepares readers to avoid some of innovation’s most toxic myths, how to build the right kind of team, and how to take their business to the next level in a fast-changing world.

Order your copy today for R216 – Save R24

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About the Authors

Vijay Govindarajan & Chris Trimble

Vijay Govindarajan & Chris Trimble

Vijay Govindarajan is the Earl C. Daum 1924 Professor of International Business and founding director of the Tuck School’s Centre for Global Leadership. He was the first professor in residence and chief innovation consultant at General Electric. He has worked with many Fortune 500 corporations and is a regular keynote speaker in CEO forums and major conferences around the world. Chris Trimble has been an advisor for dozens of top corporations on their innovation challenges and has travelled the world speaking about innovation. He is a faculty member at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth Govindarajan and Trimble have co-authored two other business books together: the international bestseller Ten Rules for Strategic Innovators and The Other Side of Innovation.

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New Engineering Books for March 2010

Posted on 24 March 2010 by Phillipa Mitchell

Welcome to this month’s highlights in Engineering!

The latest titles cover a range of topics, and are highly recommended for both engineering students as well as professional engineers.
 
Introduction to Service Engineering provides an introduction to the fundamentals of the theory and practice of service engineering, and Computational Dynamics provides logical coverage of both theory and numerical computation techniques for practical applications. This book is exceptional in that it covers the practical computational methods used to solve “real-world” problems.
 
Automotive Electricity explores various solutions for changing our vehicles from fossil fuel consumption to new, more environmentally-friendly power sources.
  
Fuzzy Logic with Engineering Applications features the latest advances in the field, and Mechanics of Flight is rapidly becoming the textbook of choice to enable readers to master the science and mathematics of flight mechanics.
  
Smart Structures offers a basic and fundamental description of smart structures from the physical, mathematical and engineering viewpoint, and Building Control With Passive Dampers is essential for post-graduate students, researchers, and design consultants involved in building control.

 

Whichever branch of engineering you specialize in, you’ll find useful tips in A Pocket Guide to Business for Engineers and Surveyors. In this concise, practical, and often amusing book, Ed Bergeron draws on over 30 years of experience running his own engineering and surveying services firm to provide essential business tips.     

     

Click here to check out these new titles…     

Happy Reading!
The Red Pepper Team 

 

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