Author: BusinessNews PublishingPublish On: 2014-09-29
BOOKPRESENTATION THE WITCH DOCTORS BY JOHN MICKLETHWAIT & ADRIAN WOOLDRIDGE 1 Book Abstract Important Note About This Ebook SUMMARY OF THE WITCH DOCTORS (JOHN MICKLETHWAIT & ADRIAN WOOLDRIDGE) 3 Part1: The Management Theory Industry ...
Author: BusinessNews Publishing
Category: Business & Economics
The must-read summary of John Micklethwait and Adrian Wooldridge's book: "The Witch Doctors: What the Management Gurus Are Saying, Why It Matters and How to Make Sense of It". This complete summary of the ideas from John Micklethwait and Adrian Wooldridge's book "The Witch Doctors" shows that today, management theory is a strong growth industry. New business theories are more rapidly and enthusiastically applied than their predecessors – mainly because there is a greater acceptance and awareness of management theory. Yet, for all its success, management theory is still at an early stage of development. In their book, the authors warn readers never to take a new business management idea at face value or accept it as being infallible. This summary will teach you to instead look on management theories as suggestions that must be shaped and moulded in light of your own experience and business judgement. Added-value of this summary: • Save time • Understand key concepts • Expand your knowledge To learn more, read "The Witch Doctors" and find out how to get the most out of new business theories.
“When a maaan loves a woman,” sang a hearty and soulful voice both inside and outside the compartment, and Jeremiah knew they were close, else the driver wouldn't have cued the music, and when he scanned the other Witch Doctors, ...
Author: Wayne Kyle Spitzer
Publisher: Hobb's End Books
They were the kind of musical notes men and woman once swayed to—even worshiped to—or so Jasper had told him, ground from an instrument called an “organ”—which had once been common, or so he’d said, but had vanished from the face of the world. So, too, were there cymbals, which echoed throughout the crew compartment of the War Wagon like tinsel—if tinsel could be said to have a sound—and mingled with the steely whispers of their muskets and tanks and other gear as the truck rocked and their harnesses held them fast. “When a maaan loves a woman,” sang a hearty and soulful voice both inside and outside the compartment, and Jeremiah knew they were close, else the driver wouldn’t have cued the music, and when he scanned the other Witch Doctors, strapped in six to a bench in the wagon’s cramped confines, he knew that they knew it too. What was more, he knew that, however fearsome they looked in their black jumpsuits and white flame-retardant vests, their goggled respirators, their buckled hats—they were frightened, too. But then the wagon ground to a halt and there was no time to be feel anything, much less fear, as Jeremiah unbuckled and piled out with the others. And yet, as he paused momentarily to take in the building—a ramshackle six-story brownstone which looked as though it had been built before the Betrayal, much less the Pogrom—a strange thing happened. He thought he heard a voice; not from without but entirely from within—a woman’s voice, a witch’s voice. And it said to him, as faintly as the cymbals at the start of the music, Why have you come for us, Witch-Doctor? And he found himself scanning the illuminated windows of the brownstone as if someone had perhaps shouted to him (rather than reaching directly into his mind), and saw behind one of the uppermost panes a figure so small and motionless that he might have thought it a piece of furniture, a lamp, perhaps, had it not slid to one side and vanished.
the mortal abilities of therapists and doctors, then I can almost certainly help,' the man had said, after a cautious pause and in what sounded like a West African accent. 'But I'd prefer mystical warrior to witch doctor, an appellation ...
Author: Craig Hawes
Publisher: Parthian Books
The lives of locals and expatriates intertwine and collide as they strive to negotiate the shifting mores of the ever-changing emirate of Dubai in this debut short story collection. In one story, a young male journalist puts himself at risk when he dares to defy local custom by giving an Emirati female colleague a ride back to the office, to the envy of a bitter office rival. Another tale portrays a lavish mansion party in full swing that is suddenly interrupted by a muezzin's call to prayer. Still another story follows a Pakistani taxi driver who fails to wake a female passenger from her drunken stupor and takes her to his favorite cafe across the city so as not to miss an important cricket match. These tales of hardship and the high life, paranoia and alienation, and cruelty and love feature an array of characters that span Dubai s wide social spectrum and will appeal to anyone with a curiosity about what it is like to be an expat in the Arab world's most futuristic, vibrant, and affluent city.
Yesterday at sunset he died, and I, too, shall die to-night unless the Morena, father of his people, makes a stronger medicine, stronger than that of the witch doctor——" Here the wretched fellow paused.
Author: Frank Worthington
DigiCat Publishing presents to you this special edition of "The Witch Doctor and other Rhodesian Studies" by Frank Worthington. DigiCat Publishing considers every written word to be a legacy of humankind. Every DigiCat book has been carefully reproduced for republishing in a new modern format. The books are available in print, as well as ebooks. DigiCat hopes you will treat this work with the acknowledgment and passion it deserves as a classic of world literature.
Am I warm, Witch Doctor?” “Jesus,” he says, mostly to himself, his mind reeling, his head spinning, “Tanis Coven... the collapse... You must have found me in the rubble and—” He glares at her knowingly, alertly, then lunges at her ...
Author: Wayne Kyle Spitzer
Publisher: Hobb's End Books
He pauses, looking at the glass tubes, at the embryos floating in fluid. “Are you telling me that … those are all my daughters?” Again she just smiles. “What else? Yes, of course, every single one. Not just clones, mind you, but daughters, each with their own genetic makeup and individual traits—which will in time give rise to language and syntax, to dance and to art, to rhyme and verse and expression in a thousand forms. Indeed, they are, all of them, in a very real sense, our children. An entirely new generation born of both witch and Witch-Doctor, perchance to evolve into something neither of us could have imagined. Think of it, Patrobus! In the end that is all I ask of you; all that I ask in return for your life. Think of it … and sleep.” And then he does sleep, and it is good, at least until he awakens near New Salem and finds himself stumbling into it like a ghost; where he is greeted by civilian men and assisted to the Station House, and told by the few Doctors present that everyone else to a man has joined the raiding party, and that it is on its way to rescue him right now. On its way to something called Blair Coven. Where they will kill everything in sight.
Then with a piercing yell, the witchdoctor spun on his toes. The drums broke into an hysterical rhythm. Bakahenzie leaped high in the air; whirled around and around screaming hoarsely; leaped and spun continually. The chiefs and doctors ...
Author: Charles Beadle
DigiCat Publishing presents to you this special edition of "Witch-Doctors" by Charles Beadle. DigiCat Publishing considers every written word to be a legacy of humankind. Every DigiCat book has been carefully reproduced for republishing in a new modern format. The books are available in print, as well as ebooks. DigiCat hopes you will treat this work with the acknowledgment and passion it deserves as a classic of world literature.
Shifters ward, elementals ward, ER, and witches—round after round after round. I added in the nursery when I thought I could ... “Your patients have a dozen other doctors, ones who've slept enough to make reasonable medical decisions.
Author: Mindy Klasky
Publisher: Book View Cafe
The doctor will see you now! Ashley McDonnell: Doctor. Hospital administrator. Witch. Nick Raines: Tough guy. Secret service agent. Vampire. Bad news comes in threes at Empire General Hospital. One: The hospital’s operating license is in jeopardy. Two: The most valuable supernatural drug in Washington DC has been stolen from a seemingly impenetrable safe. Three: Ashley McDonnell has lost her magical powers. Newly turned vampire Nick Raines shows up at Empire General the night everything goes wrong. How will Ash turn things around when the vampire who makes her hormones hum might be the man sabotaging her career? Magical Washington includes The Washington Witches Series, the Washington Vampires Series, the Washington Warders Series, and the Washington Medical: Vampire Ward Series: Girl's Guide to Witchcraft Sorcery and the Single Girl Magic and the Modern Girl Capitol Magic Single Witch's Survival Guide Joy of Witchcraft "Dreaming of a Witch Christmas" "Nice Witches Don't Swear" Fright Court Law and Murder High Stakes Trial “Stake Me Out to the Ball Game” The Library, the Witch, and the Warder The Witch Doctor Is In Fae's Anatomy The Lady Doctor is a Vamp If you like vampire romance, witch romance, paranormal romance, urban fantasy, cozy paranormal novels, chicklit (chick-lit), romcom (romantic comedy), or medical fiction then this is the book for you! 071222mkm
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Author: Christopher StasheffPublish On: 2013-05-06
"The Witch Doctor! Where is the Witch Doctor? Bring us to the Witch Doctor!" "Witch doctor?" I turned to Frisson, staring. The poet shook his head. "I know naught, Master Saul. I have never heard of such a thing.
Author: Christopher Stasheff
Publisher: Stasheff Literary Enterprises
Saul didn't have so many friends that he would give one up without a fight. So when Matt disappeared, Saul started a search that led through Matt's kitchen window -- straight into a world of magic and desperate danger! Saul discovered that in this world, his love of verse made him a wizard. But his newfound magic earned him a dreadful foe: Queen Suettay, a false monarch without peer for wickedness and corruption. A fearsome sorceress herself, with armies steeped in evil ready to obey her every sinful command, she determined to break Saul's growing power -- or win his soul for Satan. Fortunately, Saul earned some stalwart friends, as well: Gruesome the troll and young Squire Gilbert; Saul's own guardian angel, and the beautiful -- if unsubstantial -- Angelique. But he'd need the help of the mysterious Spider King to spin a web strong enough to trap this tyrant!