Learn French--Learn 10 Sentences, Part 1
Learn 10 simple French sentences. Each sentence is said by a native French speaker 3 times. When the head on the right side 'blinks', that is the time for the viewer to say the sentence aloud. Each sentence is accompanied by an appropriate image. The video would be better served if there was a English translation.
(Some of the simple sentence in English are: He sings. He cuts the meat. He runs. He doubted.)
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Is globalisation falling apart? What performance indicators become prevalent in a recession? What performance indicators become prevalent in a recession? How should executives prepare for the upturn? Did the crisis kill innovation? Managing risk in your organisation Survival of the fattest What will winning organisations look like in 18 months' time?
Helene Rey, London Business School Chaired Professor of Economics, looks at the drop in international transactions and examines whether international trade flows and international financial flows point towards a collapse of globalisation
Kishore Mahbubani, Dean, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy at National University of Singapore talks about survival as the most important indicator
Rob Goffee, Professor of Organisational Behaviour at London Business School discusses what the most common performance indicators are during a downturn, including the 'soft' indicators such as enjoying your job
Rob Goffee, Professor of Organisational Behaviour at London Business School discusses why executives can not ignore the fundamentals of leadership when preparing for the upturn
Dominic Houlder, Adjunct Professor of Strategic and International Management, explains that innovation, not cost cutting, is the key to surviving the crisis
Julian Birkinshaw, Professor of Strategic and International Management discusses how poor risk management decisions could have been avoided by using three complimentary approaches to risk management: formalisation, externalisation and personalisation
Chris Higson, Associate Professor of Accounting discusses how despite their revenues tumbling and prices falling, Apple survived the recession of the early 1990s because they were a fat organisation with a strong balance sheet
Making it safely through a recession is the basis of long term success. Lynda Gratton, Professor of Management Practice discusses what winning companies will look like in the future and why companies that have ignition will thrive
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