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Product Description: In order to make strategy happen there is a need for powerful management information systems. SAP focuses on the application of modern business administration concepts, e.g. Value Based Management, the Balanced Scorecard, the Management Cockpit or flexible planning methods...read more

Hardcover:

9783540228066 | 2 edition (Springer-Verlag New York Inc, March 30, 2005), cover price $109.00 | About this edition: In order to make strategy happen there is a need for powerful management information systems.

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Product Description: In order to make strategy happen there is a need for powerful management information systems. SAP focuses on the application of modern business administration concepts, e.g. Value Based Management, the Balanced Scorecard, the Management Cockpit or flexible planning methods...read more

Paperback:

9783642061615, titled "Enterprise Management With Sap Sem™/ Business Analytics" | 2 edition (Springer Verlag, March 30, 2005), cover price $109.00 | About this edition: In order to make strategy happen there is a need for powerful management information systems.

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Product Description: Reports of poverty and waves of refugees have given most Americans the impression that contemporary Cuba is paralyzed by communist austerity and drained by economic isolation. Yet in Cuba y Cuba, Rene' Burri, a Swiss-born documentary photographer who has turned his lens on the island since the early 1960s, records a people emanating quiet pride even as they wait for a change...read more

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9781560987819 | Smithsonian Inst Pr, May 1, 1998, cover price $25.95 | About this edition: Reports of poverty and waves of refugees have given most Americans the impression that contemporary Cuba is paralyzed by communist austerity and drained by economic isolation.

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