Sebanyak 81 item atau buku ditemukan

Dinamika Hukum Investasi di Indonesia

Melihat fenomena investasi yang begitu masive di Indonesia, penulis terdorong untuk menuliskan dinamika investasi Indonesia pada sebuah buku yang dapat diakses secara luas dan mudah oleh masyarakat. Dalam buku ini dapat dilihat bahwa pembahasan tidak hanya berputar pada laju investasi saat ini melainkan secara umum pembaca dibawa terlebih dahulu memahami secara general apa ruang lingkup investasi, instrumen hukum, serta teori investasi. Pengetahuan implementatif akan didapatkan pembaca di bagian-bagian seperti sengketa di bidang investasi dan politik hukum investasi. Secara komprehensif buku ini juga menyajikan bagaimana perkembangan investasi nasional terutama di bidang yang sedang naik tren seperti sektor pariwisata dan kelapa sawit. Informasi-informasi tersebut disajikan dengan pemilihan peristiwa dan data yang diambil secara selektif untuk menjawab keinginan penulis guna mendorong pengetahuan terkait investasi untuk masyarakat di Indonesia baik untuk para profesional yang terkait langsung, pelajar, maupun masyarakat umum.

Melihat fenomena investasi yang begitu masive di Indonesia, penulis terdorong untuk menuliskan dinamika investasi Indonesia pada sebuah buku yang dapat diakses secara luas dan mudah oleh masyarakat.

Experimentation in Software Engineering

Like other sciences and engineering disciplines, software engineering requires a cycle of model building, experimentation, and learning. Experiments are valuable tools for all software engineers who are involved in evaluating and choosing between different methods, techniques, languages and tools. The purpose of Experimentation in Software Engineering is to introduce students, teachers, researchers, and practitioners to empirical studies in software engineering, using controlled experiments. The introduction to experimentation is provided through a process perspective, and the focus is on the steps that we have to go through to perform an experiment. The book is divided into three parts. The first part provides a background of theories and methods used in experimentation. Part II then devotes one chapter to each of the five experiment steps: scoping, planning, execution, analysis, and result presentation. Part III completes the presentation with two examples. Assignments and statistical material are provided in appendixes. Overall the book provides indispensable information regarding empirical studies in particular for experiments, but also for case studies, systematic literature reviews, and surveys. It is a revision of the authors’ book, which was published in 2000. In addition, substantial new material, e.g. concerning systematic literature reviews and case study research, is introduced. The book is self-contained and it is suitable as a course book in undergraduate or graduate studies where the need for empirical studies in software engineering is stressed. Exercises and assignments are included to combine the more theoretical material with practical aspects. Researchers will also benefit from the book, learning more about how to conduct empirical studies, and likewise practitioners may use it as a “cookbook” when evaluating new methods or techniques before implementing them in their organization.

The introduction to experimentation is provided through a process perspective, and the focus is on the steps that we have to go through to perform an experiment. The book is divided into three parts.

The Satisfied Customer

Winners and Losers in the Battle for Buyer Preference

When faced with the choice between cutting costs or improving customer service, most companies focus on tangible assets. But in our service economy, the most important asset is intangible: a company's relationship with its customers. The Satisfied Customer is a blueprint for understanding this fact of modern business and reveals the unheralded value of customer satisfaction. Drawing on the results of a massive survey of American consumer satisfaction and including examples from companies like Home Depot and UPS, Fornell presents some surprising conclusions about outreach strategy (exceeding a customer's expectations is risky, and increasing customer complaints can actually be a good thing). He also explains how to quantify and increase the value of a firm's customer relationships--what he calls the Customer Asset.

The Satisfied Customer is a blueprint for understanding this fact of modern business and reveals the unheralded value of customer satisfaction.

Customer Education

To find more information about Rowman and Littlefield titles, please visit www.rowmanlittlefield.com.

To find more information about Rowman and Littlefield titles, please visit www.rowmanlittlefield.com.