Dream Big

Author: Cristiane Correa
Publisher: Sextante
ISBN: 8543100844
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In just over forty years, Jorge Paulo Lemann, Marcel Telles and Beto Sicupira built the biggest empire in the history of Brazilian capitalism and launched themselves onto the world stage in an unprecedented way.Over the past five years, they have acquired no fewer than three globally-recognized American brands: Budweiser, Burger King and Heinz. This has been achieved as discreetly as possible and they have shunned any personal publicity.The management method they developed, which has been zealously followed by their employees, is based on meritocracy, simplicity and constant cost cutting.Their culture is as efficient as it is merciless and leaves no room for mediocre performances. On the other hand, those who bring in exceptional results have the chance to become company partners and make a fortune.Dream Big presents a detailed behind-the-scenes portrait of the meteoric rise of these three businessmen, from the founding of Banco Garantia in the 1970s to the present day."My friend – and now partner – Jorge Paulo and his team are among the best businessmen in the world. He is a fantastic person and his story should be an inspiration to everybody, as it is for me." – Warren Buffett

From Revolution To Power In Brazil

Author: Kenneth P. Serbin
Publisher: University of Notre Dame Pess
ISBN: 0268105871
Size: 21.98 MB
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From Revolution to Power in Brazil: How Radical Leftists Embraced Capitalism and Struggled with Leadership examines terrorism from a new angle. Kenneth Serbin portrays a generation of Brazilian resistance fighters and militants struggling to rebuild their lives after suffering torture and military defeat by the harsh dictatorship that took control with the support of the United States in 1964, exiting in 1985. Based on two decades of research and more than three hundred hours of interviews with former members of the revolutionary organization National Liberating Action, Serbin’s is the first book to bring the story of Brazil’s long night of dictatorship into the present. It explores Brazil’s status as an emerging global capitalist giant and its unique contributions and challenges in the social arena. The book concludes with the rise of ex-militants to positions of power in a capitalist democracy—and how they confronted both old and new challenges posed by Brazilian society. Ultimately, Serbin explores the profound human questions of how to oppose dictatorship, revive politics in the wake of brutal repression, nurture democracy as a value, and command a capitalist system. This book will be of keen interest to business people, journalists, policy analysts, and readers with a general interest in Latin America and international affairs.

Transculturalism And Business In The Bric States

Author: Yvette Sánchez
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317007956
Size: 56.28 MB
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Transculturalism and Business in the BRIC States, edited by Yvette Sánchez and Claudia Franziska Brühwiler, is the first handbook on the BRIC States that offers a transcultural perspective, which goes beyond the typical ’how to’ manuals or economic projections and provides an understanding of transculturalism as it is studied and practiced in the respective countries themselves. This unique reference book also offers insights into the relations between the corresponding states and the challenges facing those trying to foster more intense business exchanges. The reader learns to interpret cross-cultural issues from the perspectives of the BRIC states themselves and gains insight into the way scholars in the BRIC area reflect on transculturalism. Moreover, it introduces the reader to fresh visualizations that help consider transculturalism beyond the known categories. The book will appeal, on the one hand, to practitioners who are active in the BRIC states and wish to better grasp the challenges to business relations, as well as the intra-area dynamics and, on the other hand, to scholars in transcultural studies and international management, due to its insider approach. Since the book combines theoretical concepts with a clear geographic focus and a critical approach to traditional models, it is suitable for both academic audiences as well as for practitioners who appreciate a sound theoretical base and a fresh take on a subject.

Essential Leadership

Author: Daniel Augusto Motta
Publisher: BMI Editora e Publicações LTDA
ISBN: 8593616011
Size: 24.37 MB
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To the writer, Essential Leadership in based on three pillars —Personal Excellence, Individual Essence and Organization Transformation. Within this framework, a leader must understand, define, and impact an organization's strategy, seeing to its development and survival. Organizational objectives must be clear and aligned, and this is the mission of every leader, whatever the structure's size and complexity. To this end, leaders need to be aware of their three vectors —Adherence to Beliefs and Values, Consistent Productivity and Emotional Bond. ELOS Essential Leadership Skills for Organizational Strategy methodology is based on six elos, and each one has four drivers. The elos that need to be fully understood and cultivated are Competitive Environment, Value Proposition, Organization Essence, Strategic Execution, Essential Leadership and Performance Catalysts. This book also contains a rich, in-depth analysis of Europe's, China's and India's past, and points out to leaders the direction and the steps needed to redefine and achieve organizational goals. Forewords by two top executives and testimonials from six others are a testament to Motta's theory.

A Alma Amortalhada

Author: Pamela Bacarisse
Publisher: Tamesis
ISBN: 9780729301893
Size: 74.13 MB
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As Grandes Personagens Da Hist Ria Do Cinema Brasileiro 1970 1979

Author: Eduardo Giffoni Flórido
Publisher:
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A coleção editorial 'As grandes personagens da história do cinema brasileiro' foi concebida com o intuito de prestar uma homenagem aos grandes realizadores do cinema no país, em que abrange os que apareciam na tela e também os que atrás dela contribuíram para a realização dos filmes. Atores, produtores, diretores, roteiristas, músicos, cenógrafos, e até investidores apaixonados pelo cinema, que tiveram participações importantes para o desenvolvimento desta arte no Brasil são personagens que merecem destaque. Este volume trata da década de 1970, quando o cinema brasileiro conquistou grande parte das telas e a distribuição se consolidou com a ajuda do Estado, na Embrafilme.

Meus Momentos

Author: Dayane Andrade
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 1491714344
Size: 23.19 MB
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Aos amantes da leitura que adoram viajar em um Mundo fantástico que e o mundo de um livro. Ao meu primeiro amor pois sem ele não haveria Poesias e aos sentimentos contidos no coração de um Poeta. E a minha esperança de acreditar que tudo e possível E que sonhos se tornam realidade, esse era o meu sonho e Qual será o teu?

Atlantida

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