Posts Tagged ‘Buch’

Posted on 17th September, 2020 | No Comment

Illustration Gudy Steinmill-Hommel

Unternehmen stehen heute vor vielfältigen Herausforderungen: Fachkräftemangel, Digitalisierung, Akademisierung und veränderte Wertesysteme in der jungen Generation sind Trends, die sich insbesondere auch auf die duale Berufsausbildung auswirken. Die Verschiebung vom Arbeitgeber- zum Arbeitnehmermarkt hat auch die Ausbildung erreicht. Für die Unternehmen ist damit eine ungewohnte, neue Situation entstanden: Konnten sich die Betriebe bis vor einigen Jahren ihre Auszubildenden noch aussuchen, müssen Arbeitgeber – von KMU bis hin zu den DAX-Unternehmen – sich heute aktiv um Nachwuchs bemühen.

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Posted on 15th August, 2020 | No Comment

Illustration Gudy Steinmill-Hommel

Um die Schülerinnen und Schüler in die Lage zu versetzen, bankbetriebliche Handlungen selbstständig, kooperativ und kundenorientiert auszuführen, werden den Hauptkapiteln Lernsituationen vorangestellt. Jede Situation enthält konkrete kompetenzfördernde Arbeitsaufträge, die die unterschiedlichen Dimensionen der Handlungskompetenz fördern. » » Read More » »

Posted on 17th Juli, 2020 | No Comment

2019 gewann der 21-jährige Kolumbianer Egan Bernal das berühmteste Radrennen der Welt, die Tour de France. Er war der zweitjüngste Sieger in der fast 120-jährigen Geschichte des Rennens und der erste Südamerikaner, dem dieses Kunststück gelang. Sein Triumph erfüllte – endlich! – die jahrzehntelange Sehnsucht einer radsportverrückten Nation und krönte die Leistungen einer goldenen Generation kolumbianischer Radprofis.

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Posted on 22nd Mai, 2020 | No Comment

No less a figure than Enzo Ferrari is said to have described it as &;the most beautiful car in the world&;. Small wonder that demand swiftly exceeded supply after Jaguar initially laid down plans to build the car in relatively small numbers&;

It was an instant hit on racing circuits, too: little more than a month beyond the launch, Graham Hill took a roadster to victory on its debut at Oulton Park. Chassis 875027, the focus of this story, was the first E-type campaigned by American racing entrepreneur Briggs Cunningham&;s famous team and its performances helped persuade Jaguar to use the E-type as basis for a competition thoroughbred that has become one of the most coveted of all time: the Lightweight. This book is published by PORTER PR INT 74,04 Euro – now available at amazon.

Posted on 30th März, 2020 | No Comment

RB Leipzig ist nicht zu stoppen: Nach dem Bundesligaaufstieg ist es dem Klub auf Anhieb gelungen, sich in der Spitzengruppe festzusetzen. Und auch im Europapokal sorgt das Team für Aufsehen. Ein hoher Zuschauerzuspruch zeugt davon, dass der polarisierende Klub aller Kritik zum Trotz in Leipzig angekommen ist. Der Sportjournalist Ullrich Kroemer hat sein Standardwerk nun überarbeitet und aktualisiert: Von der Gründung bis zur Champions League begleitet er die Leipziger. Zahlreiche Interviews mit Trainern und Spielern sowie mit Kritikern des RB-Modells und Wortführern der Fanszene runden das facettenreiche Vereinsporträt ab. Das Buch ist im Verlag “Die Werkstatt” erschienen, 22,– Euro – auch über Amazon zu bestellen.

Posted on 21st Februar, 2020 | No Comment

Modelle für den harten Arbeitseinsatz – Mikromodelle sind einfach faszinierend! Modelle im klassischen Eisenbahnmaßstab 1:87 durch eine passende Landschaft zu dirigieren macht einfach Spaß und die kleinen Meisterwerke verblüffen jeden Betrachter.
Doch über den Bau „normaler“ Straßen- und Geländefahrzeuge sind die Spezialisten schon längst hinaus – Funktionsmodelle sind angesagt! Und so zeigt das Autorenteam dieses Buches Modelle mit einer Vielzahl an Funktionen aus dem Bereich der Forst- und Landwirtschaft. Ob Forwarder oder Holzzug mit Ladekran, Großtraktor oder Holzhäcksler – es gibt fast nichts, was unmöglich ist. Die einzelnen Modelle werden dabei ausführlich und zum Nachbau geeignet vorgestellt. » » Read More » »

Posted on 17th November, 2019 | No Comment

This is the complete history of British international rally events, starting with the very first RAC rally of 1932, which included 1,000 miles of road motoring, and when a mere three driving tests were needed to produce a result. By 1951 an international permit had been achieved, a speed element was included, and the ‘Rally of the Tests’ ran until 1960. From 1961, the event took on a number of high-speed, loose-surfaced Special Stages, the Scandinavian influence became clear, and the event took on a World Championship qualification in 1973. In that time, competing cars had progressed from having perhaps 50bhp to at least 300bhp, and even more high-tech machines with 500bhp and four-wheel-drive would follow.


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Posted on 1st Februar, 2019 | No Comment

“This is the book executives have been waiting for. It is clear: With deep expertise but in nontechnical language, it describes what cybersecurity risks are and the decisions executives need to make to address them. It is crisp: Quick and to the point, it doesn’t waste words and won’t waste your time. It is candid: There is no sure cybersecurity defense, and Chris Moschovitis doesn’t pretend there is; instead, he tells you how to understand your company’s risk and make smart business decisions about what you can mitigate and what you cannot.

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Posted on 8th Januar, 2019 | No Comment

Follow seven decades of thrilling Formula One history in action-packed photos! Experience all the drama, thrill, and glamor of motor racing! Every significant moment in all 68 FIA Formula One Drivers’ World Championships appears in glorious photographs, accompanied by expert commentary and a series of specially commissioned interviews. From Juan Manuel Fangio’s dominance in the 1950s to the modern era of Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes, this fully updated edition of Formula One is essential reading for any fan. This book is published by Carlton Books Ltd – 39,90 Euro – now available at Amazon

Posted on 11th November, 2018 | No Comment

‘Spellbinding. A gripping account of how the beautiful game got grotesquely ugly. Highly recommended.’ Gary Lineker ‘Gripping…Bensinger’s impeccably sourced account serves as a sharp reminder of the gargantuan levels of largesse and excess during Fifa’s bad, bad days – as well as a warning that not enough has been done to prevent them returning.’ Sean Ingle, Guardian ‘Bensinger deftly deploys novelistic devices to turn it into a real-life detective thriller…[it] resembles John Grisham’ Private Eye The story of FIFA’s fall from grace has it all: power, betrayal, revenge, sports stars, hustlers, corruption, sex and phenomenal quantities of money, all set against exotic locales stretching from Caribbean beaches to the formal staterooms of the Kremlin and the sun-blasted streets of Doha, Qatar. In Red Card, investigative journalist Ken Bensinger takes a journey to FIFA’s dark heart. He introduces the flamboyant villains of the piece – the FIFA kingpins who flaunted their wealth in private jets and New York’s grandest skyscrapers – and the dogged team of American FBI and IRS agents, headed by Attorney General Loretta Lynch, who finally brought them to book. Providing fresh insights on a scandal which has gripped the world, he shows how greed and arrogance brought down the most powerful institution in sporting history. A wild, gritty, gripping, and at times blackly comic story, Red Card combines world-class journalism with the pace of a thriller. Red Card (filmed as Houses of Deceit) will be a major film, produced by Pearl Street Films, the production company owned by Matt Damon and Ben Affleck. This book is published by Profile Books – 14,99 Euro – now available at Amazon

Posted on 10th September, 2018 | 6 Comments

Derek Bell’s name became inextricably linked with that of Porsche during his long and hugely successful career as a racing driver. In this new 276-page book, Bell collaborates with renowned motorsport author Richard Heseltine to give the reader a very personal insight into his experiences racing for the legendary German marque.

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Posted on 8th Juli, 2018 | No Comment

The racing E-type Jaguar emerged from the ambition of both the racing fraternity and Jaguar enthusiasts who wanted to take this iconic British sports car onto the track to see what it would do. With official (and sometimes unofficial) help from the factory, the E-type was continually developed and modified from almost the first week that the first production car left the factory. Recognized the world over, this beautiful aerodynamic car remains as popular today as it was in the 1960s.

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