AMACOM

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AMACOMAmerican Management Association
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AMACOM authors are experts in their fields, unrivaled in their knowledge, experience, and reputation.
The Convergence Factor represents the next generation of its predecessor's research, further defined, to offer a prescriptive approach to anyone interested in achieving a convergence of business and technology within their own organization," - says Robert Nirkind, Senior Editor for AMACOM Books.
His latest groundbreaking book, Chaotics: The Business of Managing and Marketing in the Age of Turbulence, published by AMACOM this year, "reflects his willingness to go out on a limb and express an opinion.
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We're pleased to include AMACOM titles in this new collection, covering critical business skills for engineers and engineering managers," said Rosemary Kane Carlough, Vice President, Marketing for AMACOM Books, a Division of American Management Association.
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This collection includes 1,408 full-text books, reports, and other authoritative documents from the world's leading publishers such as AMACOM, Course Technology, Dearborn Trade, Emerald Group Publishing Limited, Idea Group Inc.
The book, published by AMACOM, a division of the American Management Association, has three parts:
Media wishing to receive a review copy of Instant Messaging Rules: A Business Guide to Managing Policies, Security, and Legal Issues for Safe IM Communication (Nancy Flynn, AMACOM Books, 2004), should contact AMACOM's Irene Majuk (212/903-8087 or imajuk@amanet.
She has promoted titles with Hungry Minds, Financial Times Prentice Hall, Manning Publications, and AMACOM.
AMACOM, the book publishing division of American Management Association, today launched the E-Galley site for VICTORY