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Insularity
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Erscheinungsdatum: 06/2016, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Insularity, Titelzusatz: Small Worlds in Linguistic and Cultural Perspectives, Redaktion: Heimrath, Ralf // Kremer, Arndt, Verlag: Königshausen & Neumann // Königshausen u. Neumann, Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: Linguistik // Sprachwissenschaft // Cultural Studies // Kulturwissenschaften // Wissenschaft // Kognitionswissenschaft // Literaturwissenschaft // allgemein, Rubrik: Sprachwissenschaft // Allg. u. vergl. Sprachwiss., Seiten: 248, Gewicht: 370 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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Neue Deutsche Welle
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Quelle: Wikipedia. Seiten: 148. Nicht dargestellt. Kapitel: Nena, Joachim Witt, Verschwende Deine Jugend, Die Tödliche Doris, 99 Luftballons, Combo Colossale, Burkhardt Seiler, Christiane Felscherinow, Peter Schilling, Xmal Deutschland, Hubert Kah, Frl. Menke, P16.d4, Major Tom, Fred Vom Jupiter, F.s.k., Von Bullerbü Nach Babylon, Ulrich Herter, Mark Eins, Andreas Dorau, Kurt Dahlke, Markus, Ixi, München - Reifenwechsel Leichtgemacht, Hans-A-Plast, Ralf Hertwig, Innovative Communication, Marie Deutschland, Detlef Diederichsen, Zaza, Tonträger 58, Goldener Reiter, Kosmonautentraum, Bodo Staiger, Vono. Auszug: Neue Deutsche Welle (New German Wave, often abbreviated NDW) was a genre of German music originally derived from punk rock and New Wave music. The term 'Neue Deutsche Welle' was first coined by journalist Alfred Hilsberg, whose article about the movement titled 'Neue Deutsche Welle - Aus grauer Städte Mauern' ('New German Wave - From Grey City Walls') was published in the German magazine Sounds in 1979. The history of the Neue Deutsche Welle consists of two major parts. From its beginnings to 1981, the Neue Deutsche Welle was mostly an underground movement with roots in British punk and New Wave music; it quickly developed into an original and distinct style, influenced in no small part by the different sound and rhythm of the German language which many of the bands had adapted from early on. The main centers of the NDW movement during these years were Berlin, Düsseldorf, Hamburg, Hannover and Hagen as well as, to a lesser extent, the Frankfurt Rhein-Main Region, Limburg an der Lahn and Vienna (Austria). From about 1980 on, the music industry began noticing the Neue Deutsche Welle; however, due to the idiosyncratic nature of the music, the focus shifted to creating new bands more compatible with the mainstream, rather than promoting existing bands. Many one-hit wonders and short-lived bands appeared and were forgotten again in rapid succession, and the overly broad application of the 'NDW' label to these bands as well as to almost any German musicians not using English lyrics, even if their music was apparently not influenced at all by the 'original' NDW (including pure Rock bands like BAP or even Udo Lindenberg) quickly led to the decay of the entire genre when many of the original musicians turned their backs in frustration. Around 1983/1984, the era of the Neue Deutsche Welle came to an early end, following the oversaturation of the market with what was rarely perceived as stereotypical, manufactured hits. A revival of interest in the style in the Anglophone worl

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Change 2.0
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'Change before you have to' - the advice by Jack Welch, former CEO of industry giant General Electric, still holds true today. Even more so: organisations permanently have to face change, if they want to succeed economically. No small feat, given the high expectations that employees have in times of transformation towards their management. Staff cannot be entirely left out of the process, anymore. This hard-learned lesson is fairly well understood by now. But how should engagement be designed and carried out? This collection explores the different approaches to employee participation - from a practitoners' perspective. Consultants from Pleon, Europe's leading communications agency, as well as managers and academics share their experience with change communication and offer valuable insights on what engagement - if tackled correctly - can do for organisations: it adds to the internal trust and external reputation. TOC:Foreword - Part I: Incite - It may come as a surprise: Successful change, management is mainly a matter of letting it happen by Paul J. Kohtes -. The human factor in change processes: Success factors from a sociopsychological point of view by Marit Gerkhardt, Dieter Frey and Peter Fischer. - Accelerated change dynamics within the healthcare industry: Just a trend, or is there more to it? by Markus Pickel. - The power of ideas - Reputation management and successful change by Robert Wreschniok. - Change management in alliances by Theresia Theurl and Eric Meyer. - Part II: Insight - Winning people's hearts and minds by Katrin Schwabe. - Use of multipliers in change communication: How credible personal communication can make change effective by Eike Wagner. - Why engagement matters - From command and control to collective learning via social software by Sabine Stecher. - The importance and use of analyses in change management by Rainer Lang and Julia Zangls. - Part III: Inside - The quiet transformation of an ugly duckling: The German Federal Employment Agency's gradual transition - From a bottomless pit for taxpayers' money to an efficient service provider by John-Philipp Hammersen. - How to develop a strategic business unit within a historical and sound structure: The formation of Radeberger Group by Ulrich Kallmeyer. - Managing complex change: Challenges at the National Health Service Greater Glasgow and Clyde by Nic Beech and Robert MacIntosh. - Taming the lion: How to keep a programme office up and running. - Interview with André Krause, O2 Germany. - Part IV: Beyond - A matter of trust - A journey through the Five Continents of Change Management by Joachim Klewes and Ralf Langen. - About the authors. - Index.

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Two cool small friends
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Two cool small friends Multicolored picture book: the story about a penguin and a polar bear. Recommended age: 5-11. This is the short story about the magic of friendship and solidarity. It shows that at the end of the day an invincible will leads to goal. The penguin and the polar bear live peacefully in a pool with water and ice. Someday the penguin wanted to see what is beyond the pool's wall. At last their effort had been finally rewarded... Illustrated and written by Ralf Stumpp in brightly painted watercolor drawings. Includes additional sketches and pictures.

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Neue Deutsche Welle
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Quelle: Wikipedia. Seiten: 148. Nicht dargestellt. Kapitel: Nena, Joachim Witt, Verschwende Deine Jugend, Die Tödliche Doris, 99 Luftballons, Combo Colossale, Burkhardt Seiler, Christiane Felscherinow, Peter Schilling, Xmal Deutschland, Hubert Kah, Frl. Menke, P16.d4, Major Tom, Fred Vom Jupiter, F.s.k., Von Bullerbü Nach Babylon, Ulrich Herter, Mark Eins, Andreas Dorau, Kurt Dahlke, Markus, Ixi, München - Reifenwechsel Leichtgemacht, Hans-A-Plast, Ralf Hertwig, Innovative Communication, Marie Deutschland, Detlef Diederichsen, Zaza, Tonträger 58, Goldener Reiter, Kosmonautentraum, Bodo Staiger, Vono. Auszug: Neue Deutsche Welle (New German Wave, often abbreviated NDW) was a genre of German music originally derived from punk rock and New Wave music. The term 'Neue Deutsche Welle' was first coined by journalist Alfred Hilsberg, whose article about the movement titled 'Neue Deutsche Welle - Aus grauer Städte Mauern' ('New German Wave - From Grey City Walls') was published in the German magazine Sounds in 1979. The history of the Neue Deutsche Welle consists of two major parts. From its beginnings to 1981, the Neue Deutsche Welle was mostly an underground movement with roots in British punk and New Wave music; it quickly developed into an original and distinct style, influenced in no small part by the different sound and rhythm of the German language which many of the bands had adapted from early on. The main centers of the NDW movement during these years were Berlin, Düsseldorf, Hamburg, Hannover and Hagen as well as, to a lesser extent, the Frankfurt Rhein-Main Region, Limburg an der Lahn and Vienna (Austria). From about 1980 on, the music industry began noticing the Neue Deutsche Welle; however, due to the idiosyncratic nature of the music, the focus shifted to creating new bands more compatible with the mainstream, rather than promoting existing bands. Many one-hit wonders and short-lived bands appeared and were forgotten again in rapid succession, and the overly broad application of the 'NDW' label to these bands as well as to almost any German musicians not using English lyrics, even if their music was apparently not influenced at all by the 'original' NDW (including pure Rock bands like BAP or even Udo Lindenberg) quickly led to the decay of the entire genre when many of the original musicians turned their backs in frustration. Around 1983/1984, the era of the Neue Deutsche Welle came to an early end, following the oversaturation of the market with what was rarely perceived as stereotypical, manufactured hits. A revival of interest in the style in the Anglophone worl

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Das Wein-Hörbuch
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Ein Glas Rotwein mit aromatischen Herzstücken aus dem GoyaLiT-Programm genießen! Katharina Thalbach, Christian Brückner, Hans Paetsch und Barbara Nüsse sprechen mit beeindruckender Finesse und bescheren ein exquisites Bouquet. Ob spritzig, witzig, hochspannend oder bewegend emotional: Mit Geschichten, Gedichten und Märchen rund um die rubinrote Rebe und die magischen Momente des Lebens verwöhnen Sie Ihre Ohren! Inhalt: Alhambra (Musik) - Ralf Kramp: Ein außergewöhnlicher Jahrgang (Kurzkrimi) - Heinrich Heine: aus: Deutschland. Ein Wintermärchen - Small Time Masqerade (Musik) - Das Geschenk des Windes (Toskanisches Märchen) - Heinrich Heine: Belsatzar - Im Krug zum grünen Kranze (Lied) - Carmen Iarrera: Marsala 1906 (Kurzkrimi) - Wilhelm Busch: aus: Max und Moritz und andere heitere Geschichten - Dark Blue Eyes (Musik)

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Change 2.0
66,00 € *
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'Change before you have to' - the advice by Jack Welch, former CEO of industry giant General Electric, still holds true today. Even more so: organisations permanently have to face change, if they want to succeed economically. No small feat, given the high expectations that employees have in times of transformation towards their management. Staff cannot be entirely left out of the process, anymore. This hard-learned lesson is fairly well understood by now. But how should engagement be designed and carried out? This collection explores the different approaches to employee participation - from a practitoners' perspective. Consultants from Pleon, Europe's leading communications agency, as well as managers and academics share their experience with change communication and offer valuable insights on what engagement - if tackled correctly - can do for organisations: it adds to the internal trust and external reputation. TOC:Foreword - Part I: Incite - It may come as a surprise: Successful change, management is mainly a matter of letting it happen by Paul J. Kohtes -. The human factor in change processes: Success factors from a sociopsychological point of view by Marit Gerkhardt, Dieter Frey and Peter Fischer. - Accelerated change dynamics within the healthcare industry: Just a trend, or is there more to it? by Markus Pickel. - The power of ideas - Reputation management and successful change by Robert Wreschniok. - Change management in alliances by Theresia Theurl and Eric Meyer. - Part II: Insight - Winning people's hearts and minds by Katrin Schwabe. - Use of multipliers in change communication: How credible personal communication can make change effective by Eike Wagner. - Why engagement matters - From command and control to collective learning via social software by Sabine Stecher. - The importance and use of analyses in change management by Rainer Lang and Julia Zangls. - Part III: Inside - The quiet transformation of an ugly duckling: The German Federal Employment Agency's gradual transition - From a bottomless pit for taxpayers' money to an efficient service provider by John-Philipp Hammersen. - How to develop a strategic business unit within a historical and sound structure: The formation of Radeberger Group by Ulrich Kallmeyer. - Managing complex change: Challenges at the National Health Service Greater Glasgow and Clyde by Nic Beech and Robert MacIntosh. - Taming the lion: How to keep a programme office up and running. - Interview with André Krause, O2 Germany. - Part IV: Beyond - A matter of trust - A journey through the Five Continents of Change Management by Joachim Klewes and Ralf Langen. - About the authors. - Index.

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Two cool small friends
2,99 € *
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Two cool small friends Multicolored picture book: the story about a penguin and a polar bear. Recommended age: 5-11. This is the short story about the magic of friendship and solidarity. It shows that at the end of the day an invincible will leads to goal. The penguin and the polar bear live peacefully in a pool with water and ice. Someday the penguin wanted to see what is beyond the pool's wall. At last their effort had been finally rewarded... Illustrated and written by Ralf Stumpp in brightly painted watercolor drawings. Includes additional sketches and pictures.

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