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  1. 1986-01-01 One of the notable accomplishments of this book is its combining specific economic analysis with a grasp of the entrepreneurial force in business prosperity. For though it discusses "what to do" more than Drucker's previous works, the book stresses the qualitative aspect of enterprise: every...
  2. Rural people ultimately decide how their land will be managed and recommendations for change must be perceived to be beneficial, often in the short-term, by the supposed beneficiaries. Improved knowledge of crop-tree interactions may not be incorporated into management strategies if this...
  3. Creating what you want in an uncertain world. You're smart. Creataive. And terrific at solving challenges. So why does it seem that the number of things you can't figure our is increasing? The problem may not be you. It could be the way you were taught to think. This book gives us a new approach....
  4. 1984-01-01 The results of this study should, therefore, be of use not only in Taiwan where labor shortage has already forced complex cropping systems in some areas to give way to monoculture, but as a key to general principles of farm decision-making for other nations where cropping intnesity is increasing....