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1. Who Will Be Saved?: Defending
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2. A Chinese Girl Graduate
 
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3. Florence Street (11-S-758) Site:
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4. Stories By English Authors: The
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5. The Wisdom of Teams: Creating
 
6. Confucianism and Taouism
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7. Stories by English Authors: Orient
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8. Brief considerations on the income
 
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9. Stories By English Authors: The
 
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10. Stories By English Authors: The
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11. The Life of Jenghiz Khan, Tr.,
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12. The Discipline of Teams (Harvard
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13. Challenge of Bible Translation,
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14. The Discipline of Teams: A Mindbook-Workbook
 
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15. Stories By English Authors
 
16. The Archaic and Woodland Cemeteries
 
17. The Wisdom of Teams
 
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18. The Wisdom of Teams: Creating
 
19. China. With map. 2º edition,
 
20. Non Christian Religious Systems

1. Who Will Be Saved?: Defending the Biblical Understanding of God, Salvation, and Evangelism
Paperback: 240 Pages (2000-02-01)
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Of the many doctrinal challenges facing the church today, the most critical may be opposition to the traditional, biblical view of God and the doctrine of salvation. For centuries Christians agreed that God is sovereign, that He does not change, that He is both kind and all-powerful. Yet in recent decades process theologians have regularly depicted God as a constantly evolving deity, and postmodernists have defined Him in diverse, even contradictory ways. A number of scholars--some with evangelical roots or affiliations--have even gone so far as to claim that salvation may come through other religions and not exclusively through a conscious personal relationship with Jesus Christ.

Given these internal and external challenges, evangelical Christianity must reassert the inerrant, biblical definition of God and the doctrine of salvation, and do so in a way that is convincing in our postmodern setting. That is the goal of Who Will Be Saved?

Some of the most significant figures in evangelical theology--including Carl F.H. Henry, D. A. Carson, and R. Albert Mohler--explore the traditional view of salvation through a contemporary lens, beginning with the doctrine of God as the author of salvation. They then move on to the pressing matters confronting Christians today--the exclusivity of Christianity, the work of the church, our evangelism strategies--that are driven by one's conclusions about the doctrine of God. The biblical response to inclusivist perspectives presented here will empower Christians to faithfully and convincingly continue declaring the gospel message in these postmodern times.

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1-0 out of 5 stars Evangelicals Who Believe In Calvinism!!!!!!!!!!
Given the present theological dynamics surrounding queries into the natureof God and human destiny, it saddens me to encounter Christian thinkers whoare determined (no pun intended)to retreat into the fetid bowels of atired, stale Reformed Weltanschauung instead of bravely engaging thechallenges presented to dogmatics and hermeneutics as we approach the newcentury. What is lacking in these essays is the belief in a personal deitywho can transcend our expectations (cf. Deut. 23 and Isaiah 56) - even ourexpectations regarding the extent of God's saving activity - and whosemercy can defeat our most entrenched theological prognostications!Viva lagrace!

5-0 out of 5 stars Evangelicals Who Believe in God!
Edited by a long-respected OT theologian and a rising-star young theologian, this volume is a welcome tool for pastors and laypersons perplexed by the growing horde of "evangelicals" seeking toredefine the doctrines of God and salvation. The contributors (Carl Henry,R. Albert Mohler, D. A. Carson, et al) are unabashed in their commitment toa biblically-robust classical evangelical theology. Thornbury's concludingarticle contributes much to this discussion by joining his critique of"post-conservative" evangelicalism with a self-critical analysisof the theological reductionism found in some sectors of traditionalistevangelicalism. The shelf of every evangelical pastor and church leadershould make room for this volume. ... Read more


2. A Chinese Girl Graduate
by R. K. Douglas
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Set in China, this is an utterly charming tale of a young woman out to enjoy life. The narrative describes the struggle of a Chinese couple to realize their dreams. With subtle humour and skilfully drawn characters, this book captures attention from the very outset. Amazing!

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3. Florence Street (11-S-758) Site: Early Woodland and Mississippian Occupations. Vol. 2 (American Bottom Archaeology)
by Thomas E Emerson, George R Milner, Douglas K Jackson
 Paperback: 368 Pages (1983-07-01)
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This was a multicomponent site that included a 13th century Mississippian charnel house and cemetery and a catastrophically-buried Early Woodland component. The total excavation this cemetery provided additional information on 13th century Mississippian burial practices, health and social organization. The Early Woodland occupation contained extensive midden deposits as well as hearths and pits. These cultural features, along with the grog-tempered ceramics and contracting stem points, formed the basis for the definition of the Florence phase (300-500 B.C.). This phase has its closest connections to contemporaneous cultures in the Mid-south. ... Read more


4. Stories By English Authors: The Orient (1896)
by Rudyard Kipling, Miss Mitford, R. K. Douglas
Hardcover: 200 Pages (2008-10-27)
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Also Authored By Mary Beaumont, Morley Roberts, And Netta Syrett. ... Read more


5. The Wisdom of Teams: Creating the High-Performance Organization
by Jon R. Katzenbach, Douglas K. Smith
Hardcover: 291 Pages (1992-10-01)
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Teams are fast becoming a flexible and efficient way to enhance organizational performance. Yet today's business leaders consistently overlook opportunities to exploit their potential, confusing teams with teamwork or sharing. In this book, two senior McKinsey & Co. partners argue that we cannot meet the challenges ahead, from total quality to customer service to innovation, without teams. The authors talked with hundreds of people in more than fifty different teams in thirty companies to discover what differentiates various levels of team performance, where and how teams work best, and how to enhance their effectiveness. Among their findings: formal hierarchy is actually good for teams; successful team leaders fit no ideal profile; commitment to performance goals is more important than commitment to team-building goals; top management teams are often smaller and more difficult to sustain; and team endings can be as important to manage as team beginnings. The wisdom of teams lies in recognizing their unique potential to deliver results and in understanding their many benefits. ... Read more

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4-0 out of 5 stars expanding results with focused efforts
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1-0 out of 5 stars Ripoff - Amazon is Just As Much To Blame
I trust Amazon to have reputable sellers.I'm extremely disappointed.This seller sold me an item in new packaging with a price of $12.00 US / $18.50 Canada on the package with a bar code of 978155994965ISBN: 1-55994-967-8.The package is shrink wrapped from the manufacturer.

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1-0 out of 5 stars Poor research from poor researchers
Not to discount the insight, wisdom, and professional observations from these astute consultants, I am left wondering overall if they have not done a greater job of distorting truths rather than publishing them?? It appears that they discounted communication and cohesion under the pretense that these are "softer" components which do not accurately reflect important processes within teams? However, consulting several meta-analyses and research publications will reveal that these conclusions are far form the truth. Cohesion, which is the individual members attraction to the team, is meaningfully related to team performance, especially when the demands of the task necessitate greater levels of coordination, communication, and mutual performance monitoring among group members (Gulley, Devine,& Whitney, 1995). This concept is believed to be important because it aids in group formation, maintenance, and communication. Further, cohesion is though to facilitate group productivity because it permits less inhibited interactions, allows greater enforcement of working norms, and increases individual commitment to the group.

Communication is also an absolutely critical process to team functioning, and any book that discounts this notion clearly has no authority to discuss high-performing teams. For instance, according to Kozlowski & Bell (2003): "From our perspective, the central issue in team processes concern the synergistic combination of individual contributions to team effectiveness. Communication is a lens. Thus, research on communication type and frequency can be revealing of what team members are trying to coordinate, how much information they need, or how difficult it is to coordinate their activity" (pg. 354). That is, communication is a means for enabling the primary processes of coordination and cooperation. It allows team members to exchange task-related information (e.g., what stage are we at, what additional information do I need to accomplish my specific task, what is the best way to accomplish this sub-goal) and developing team solutions to problems (e.g., how can we better arrive at team decisions, how will conflict be managed and dealt with, how can we involve every team members unique background, how frequently will we collect information from external sources).

Furthermore, several of the recommendations from the authors have been available from the research domain for decades. For instance, to avoid the issue of social loafing (i.e., tendency for individuals to contribute less in a group setting), individual roles should be clearly defined and they should be held accountable for their individual performance by clearly linking their performance to team rewards and punishments. This principal has been well defined within the realms of social psychology, organizational behavior, and simple behaviorism for probably 40 years. A simple examination of work from Eduardo Salas, Steve Kozlowski, Donelson Forsyth, Daniel Devine, or Bradford Bell will reveal several more precise, practical, and evidence-based practices that provide more realistic complexities of generating high performing teams.

Unless you want to have some good case studies for storytelling and persuasive selling, save yourself some money and invest in writings from real experts who actually study teams and groups.

3-0 out of 5 stars The Wisdom of Teams
As a professional consultant, time is well spent with the author is states clearly what he means, and justifies his stand.Good relevant information, and easy reading.

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6. Confucianism and Taouism
by Douglas R.K.
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7. Stories by English Authors: Orient (Dodo Press)
by Rudyard Kipling, Miss Mitford, R. K. Douglas
Paperback: 124 Pages (2009-03-13)
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Contents include: The Man Who Would be King by Rudyard Kipling, Tajima by Miss Mitford, A Chinese Girl Graduate by R. K. Douglas, The Revenge of Her Race by Mary Beaumont, King Billy of Ballarat by Morley Roberts and Thy Heart's Desire by Netta Syrett. ... Read more


8. Brief considerations on the income tax and tariff reform, in connection with the present state of the currency
by R K Douglas
Paperback: 46 Pages (2010-08-20)
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9. Stories By English Authors: The Orient (1896)
by Rudyard Kipling, Miss Mitford, R. K. Douglas
 Paperback: 200 Pages (2010-09-10)
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Also Authored By Mary Beaumont, Morley Roberts, And Netta Syrett. ... Read more


10. Stories By English Authors: The Orient (1896)
by Rudyard Kipling, Miss Mitford, R. K. Douglas
 Hardcover: 200 Pages (2010-09-10)
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Also Authored By Mary Beaumont, Morley Roberts, And Netta Syrett. ... Read more


11. The Life of Jenghiz Khan, Tr., With an Intr. by R.k. Douglas
by Chingiz Khan
Paperback: 52 Pages (2009-12-22)
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Publication date: 1877Notes: This is an OCR reprint. There may be typos or missing text. There are no illustrations or indexes.When you buy the General Books edition of this book you get free trial access to Million-Books.com where you can select from more than a million books for free. You can also preview the book there. ... Read more


12. The Discipline of Teams (Harvard Business Review Classics)
by Jon R. Katzenbach, Douglas K. Smith
Paperback: 64 Pages (2009-01-08)
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In The Discipline of Teams, Jon Katzenbach and Douglas Smith explore the often counter-intuitive features that make up high-performing teams--such as selecting team members for skill, not compatibility--and explain how managers can set specific goals to foster team development. The result is improved productivity and teams that can be counted on to deliver more than just the sum of their parts. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Introduction into the discipline of successful teamwork
Jon R. Katzenbach and Douglas K. Smith are partners at McKinsey & Co., the famous management-consulting firm. This article was published in the March-April 1993 issue of the Harvard Business Review.

The authors report on their research into teamwork, in particular "to discover what differentiates various levels of team performance, where and how teams work best, and what top management can do to enhance their effectiveness." Katzenbach and Smith define "a team as a small number of people, with complementary skills who are committed to a common purpose, set of performance goals, and approach for which they hold themselves mutually accountable." They discuss all the elements within this definition in detail. The authors then continue to classify teams in three ways: First, teams that recommend things, second, teams that make or do things, and, third, teams that run things. Each type of team face a characteristic set of challenges. The authors also believe that teams will become the primary unit of performance in high-performance organizations and that these teams will enhance existing structures without actually replacing them. The article is complemented with a useful short summary on approaches that are shared by many successful teams.

In this article the authors discuss teams, which they believe is a basic discipline. By discussing all the different elements of this discipline Katzenbach and Smith provide great insights and tools for better teamwork. The authors have written several good books on teamwork. Recommended to leaders, managers, team members, and MBA-students. The authors use simple US-English. ... Read more


13. Challenge of Bible Translation, The
Paperback: 432 Pages (2003-05-01)
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The theory, history and practice of Bible translation in a collection of twenty-one essays by leading scholars and practitioners in honor of Ronald F. Youngblood. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Insights Into Translation
This is a fabulous book. Most of the essays are well worth your time. It is divided into 3 sections:
The Theory of Bible Translation
The History of Bible Translation
The Practice of Bible Translation
I particularly appreciated the articles by Don Carson and Mark Strauss, in which they interact with criticism of the TNIV, the updated version of the NIV. I like the way that both authors discuss the gender language debate and provide us with useful updates to what they had to say in their helpful books on the subject.

Silva's article "Are Translators Traitors?" explains the difficulty of transmitting the nuances of one language into another, even when you are bilingual.

Those who are dismissive of the NIV and the later TNIV need to absorb what these writers tell us. They show how all versions interpret, including so-called literal versions. They also help us to step back from our immersion in the language of the KJV and think about how God's Word should be communicated in the 21st century.

4-0 out of 5 stars In honor of the eminent Dr. Youngblood
I have been one of numerous people influenced by the teaching ministry of Dr. Ronald Youngblood, a man whom I call both a gentleman and a scholar. This book is comprised of 21 essays that were dedicated to Dr. Youngblood's honor. Personally I have been taught by several of the contributors(James Smith, Mark Strauss, Walter Wessel). Thus, for me, reading through this compilation was a delight because of my familiarity with these people during my time in the mid-1980s/early 1990s at Bethel Seminary San Diego. Dr. Youngblood's mastery in the classroom as well as his style (nobody has a more dry sense of humor, as any student of his can attest) and scholarship are duly noted in these pages.

As far as this book's collection of essays goes, most of the topics are only going to interest the biblical scholars. If you're not familiar with the ancient languages and other technical writing, the vast majority of this book will have little impact. Personally, I did not bother reading a quarter of the essays from their beginning to end because the individual content of these particular chapters just did not interest me.

However, this is not to say that there are not some jewels here. In fact, let me briefly mention four of my favorite essays. First, chapter 3 by D.A. Carson ("The limits of functional equivalence in Bible translation--and other limits, too") gives a good history of the gender-neutral debate, especially as the Today's New International Version (TNIV) is concerned. This is an informative chapter for those not very familiar with the background of the TNIV controversy, and thus I recommend it.

A second essay was the book's next chapter by Mark Strauss ("Current issues in the gender-language debate: A response to Vern Plythress and Wayne Grudem"). I liked it because: a) it was cutting edge and not just a rehash of previous work, which a number of these essays were; b) it deals with the current TNIV controversy from the perspective of Dr. Strauss, who does a good job answering his (and the TNIV) critics. Even if you disagree with Dr. Strauss, one must admit that his points are worthy of consideration.

Third, I liked Dick France's chapter 7 ("The Bible in English: An Overview"). Of course, general overviews of the translation of the Bible are a dime a dozen, and some may criticize its inclusion. However, I think that this was one of the most interesting and informative overviews on Bible translation I have ever read.

Finally, I appreciated John Stek's chapter 10 ("The New International Version: How it Came to Be"). This is one of the most detailed histories of the NIV in a short-order format. Based on the faithfulness of God and those (including Dr. Youngblood) who responded to His calling, I believe the process of the NIV translation was quite ethical and completed in a godly fashion. Perhaps this is why God has blessed its use throughout the world.

Each person is different and may find other chapters to be of more interest, but for me, these four essays made the purchase of this book worthwhile. May God continue to bless the work of Dr. Youngblood, and may we continue to work through the texts of scripture provided to us by God Himself. ... Read more


14. The Discipline of Teams: A Mindbook-Workbook for Delivering Small Group Performance
by Jon R. Katzenbach, Douglas K. Smith, Doug Smith
Hardcover: 256 Pages (2001-04-06)
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Concepts, Principles, and Practical Techniques for Improving Small-Group Performance

The authors of the phenomenal bestseller, The Wisdom of Teams, are back. This time Jon Katzenbach and Doug Smith focus on the issues of small group discipline and performance and the challenges presented by revolutionary technologies that enable the creation of virtual teams and global teams.

The Discipline of Teams helps small groups implement the disciplines, frameworks, tools, and techniques that enable performance. With detailed guidance and dozens of indispensable exercises, they present a regimen proven to improve performance and help groups adhere to the Six Basic Principles of Team Discipline:

• Keep team membership small

• Ensure that members have complementary skills

• Develop a common purpose

• Set common goals

• Establish a commonly agreed upon working approach

• Integrate mutual and individual accountability

The Discipline of Teams is an indispensable resource for any small group in any organization that wants to raise the bar by setting and achieving more ambitious performance goals again and again.

Katzenbach and Smith’s work on teams over the past decade has been called "essential", "path breaking", and "the best ever" by Business Week, Harvard Business Review, the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, the Washington Post, the Los Angeles Times, Leader to Leader, Fast Company, the Financial Times, and other publications around the world. Tens of thousands of teams, from the executive suite to the front lines, have applied the Katzenbach and Smith disciplines to increase the performance of their organizations and themselves. ... Read more

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4-0 out of 5 stars A very useful sequel to "wisdom of teams"
"The discipline of teams" is the sequel of "Wisdom of teams" by the same author. Wisdom of teams is considered to probably be the standard on teams, so making a sequel that's as good as wisdom, is pretty hard.

One of the key messages in the book is that a group of people will need to chose between either the team disciple or the single-leader discipline. It's not just a matter of which one is better since that depends on the type of work. Some work is better done using team disciple and some work is better done using single-leader disciple.

The first four chapters were a disappointment for me. The first chapter was talking a lot about the choice between team discipline and single-leader discipline. The second chapter was an introduction to virtual teams. The third and the fourth talked about setting goals and performance of teams and groups. I felt the book didn't really add anything to wisdom or other team literature.

Luckily things changed in the 5th chapter when the focus switched from the choice between the two disciplines to how to get the team discipline to work. Chapter 5 talked about the cross-learning that will need to happen within a team to make it work well. The sixth chapter about agreeing on a common purpose and on shared working agreements and chapter 7 talked about the hard topic of shared responsibility and individual responsibility. For me, these three chapters made the book worthwhile and a worthy sequel to Wisdom. Chapter 8 then talked again about virtual teams, chapter 9 about helping teams to get unstuck and the last chapter is about the change (as always...)

In the end, I felt the book was worth reading and a worthy sequel to Wisdom of teams. It taught me some more about teams and also gave me some tools and exercises. Worth reading.

2-0 out of 5 stars Wisdom?
This book left me wanting more...more of the "Wisdom of Teams" the predecessor of this book.It was bland.They touched on some real world examples but not enough in my opinion.It was a quick read and felt that it could have been deeper.This book could have developed more specifics into developing single-leader or team disciplines.

5-0 out of 5 stars Sparks great ideas!
This was a great read! 15 pages into the book I came up with a great idea for my restaurant. I continued to the read the book and within 2 days, I completed it and had written an Executive Summary for my business. Very motivational and provides tons of information. I'm glad I purchased the book.

5-0 out of 5 stars A 'must have' for any consultant who works with teams.
I won't write a detailed review, here's what I found helpful:
- the distinction between performance and activity goals.

A re-cap of their original research into the five basic elements fo effective group work.
1. Have or develop an understandable charter.
2. Communicate and co-ordinate effectively.
3. Establish clear roles and responsibilities.
4. Create time-efficient processes.
5. Develop a sense of accountability.

Clear distinction between when a single leader 'discipline' is warranted or when a real team discipline is warranted.

Great re-cap about establishing clear outcomes.

Once the background is set-up, it becomes an issue of delving deeper into the application of their recommendations.It is great stuff!But you'll have to buy the book to 'get it'!

They do a good job in dissecting how virtual teams are different and similar to teams with co-located members.

Finally, I really like their road to getting a team 'unstuck'. Their observation that teams that become stuck revert to single-leader leadership is absolutely true.They posit that it's necessary for a good team to become stuck. As pain as it might be, you have a great opportunity to:
- clarify goals
- identify missing skills
- address attitude issues
- grapple with changing members
- address time pressures
- work on lack of discipline

The chapter on change is pretty decent, the rest of the content is golden.

I've rated this five stars as it's a must for anyone who works with teams.

Damien Faughnan

3-0 out of 5 stars Skip the text and go to the exercises
This so-called sequel to The Wisdom of Teams is a "workbook" with exercises.It offers no new insights/guidance for readers of the 2002 paperback update of The Wisdom of Teams.

I am a fan of Katzenbach and Smith.As a business consultant, I have introduced clients to their work and worked to adapt and apply their insights.Wisdom of Teams is a great foundation.Their other books--Peak Performance and Why Pride Matters More than Money--offer useful new insights even though they are better understood if readers are familiar with The Widdom of Teams.

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15. Stories By English Authors
by Rudyard and Miss Mitford, R. K. Douglas, Mary Beaumont, Morley Roberts, Kipling
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16. The Archaic and Woodland Cemeteries at the Elizabeth Site in the Lower Illinois Valley
by Douglas K., Steven R. Leigh and Jane E. Buikstra (editors) Charles
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17. The Wisdom of Teams
by Jon R. Katzenbach and Douglas K. Smith
 Paperback: Pages (1999)

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18. The Wisdom of Teams: Creating the High-Performance Organization (Collins Busines
by Jon R. Katzenbach~Douglas K. Smith
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19. China. With map. 2º edition, revised
by R. K. Douglas
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Asin: B000V5158K
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20. Non Christian Religious Systems Confucia
by R K Douglas
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