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Bullseye

Author : James Patterson
ISBN : 9781473505483
Genre : Fiction
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As the most powerful men on earth gather in New York for a meeting of the UN, Detective Michael Bennett receives intelligence warning that there will be an assassination attempt on the US president. Even more shocking, the intelligence suggests that the Russian government could be behind the plot. Tensions between America and Russia are the highest they've been since the Cold War, but this would be an escalation no one could have expected. The details are shadowy, and Bennett finds false leads and unreliable sources at every turn. But he can’t afford to get this wrong. If the plotters succeed, the shockwaves will be felt across the globe.

Bullseye

Author : David Baldacci
ISBN : 9781447270256
Genre : Fiction
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In Bullseye, an exciting novella from Number One Sunday Times bestselling author David Baldacci, worlds collide when government assassin Will Robie is caught in the crossfire with Oliver Stone and the Camel Club. Will Robie is closing in on his next target when he finds himself in the middle of a bank heist - and he's taken hostage alongside Oliver Stone. But is this just a simple bank job, or are the robbers after something even more valuable - and dangerous - than the cash in the vault? Exclusive to eBook, Bullseye is a gripping, quick read that will delight legions of David Baldacci fans.

Bullseye

Author : William A. Schiemann
ISBN : 9781439119419
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 57. 47 MB
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At last, in this book, the great paradox of measurement is resolved. According to the authors' original -- and revealing -- research companies that manage by measurement outperform less disciplined competitors by an average three-year return on investment of 80 percent versus an average ROI of 45 percent. Yet few companies have put in place a disciplined approach for measuring the key nonfinancial, strategic performance areas that are so crucial to a firm's success. Bullseye! treats measurement as a key senior-management business issue. The authors explore the role of measurement in adding clarity and specificity to an organization's strategy, and in driving efforts to translate strategy into operational initiatives and business results. Organizational change and measurement experts William Schiemann and John Lingle have written the first book to provide a complete detailed blueprint for implementing a strategic measurement system. To resolve the measurement paradox, they have created as the centerpiece of Bullseye! a detailed case study that describes a four-phase process that will successfully transform any company into a measurement-managed organization. The four phases of this process are: defining a strategic business model, designing measures to support the model cascading the model and measures throughout the organization, and embedding the measures into the leadership processes of the organization. In eminently readable prose, the authors confront head-on the powerful forces that conspire to prevent a company from gaining the full value from its measurement system. In the process, Schiemann and Lingle have developed an integrative framework that covers all the major measurement areas: markets and customers, finance, people, operations, the environment, and suppliers. In fact, the authors go Beyond other published accounts of measurement systems by providing strategic tools to manage customer, community, environmental, and regulatory stakeholders along with suppliers, and adaptability -- the level at which a company learns and innovates. Focus and speed, they argue, are the essential competitive qualities. Following the guidelines recommended in this book, executives with responsibility for setting and implementing strategy should be able to make significant improvements in three months and major changes within a year. Bullseye! is must reading for all general managers at the corporate, division, and business-unit levels.

Bullseye

Author : Blake Beattie
ISBN : 1742469299
Genre : Business & Economics
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Get ready to go on a life-changing journey that will revolutionize the way you approach goal achievement forever. Blake Beattie's simple, fun, and interactive goal-achievement solution empowers you to use your individual values to define success, and then gives you effective strategies to reach your goals more quickly than you ever thought possible. In this book, you will discover how to formulate inspiring, realistic goals using Blake's leading POWERTIP achievement system, maintain momentum during difficult times, blast through obstacles and break free from habits that limit you, among others.

Bullseye

Author : Bridie Jessica Rose
ISBN : 9781543400977
Genre : Young Adult Fiction
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Alice and Rosalie have been best friends for as long as they can remember. Their friendship has endured many tests and trials, but a plague may just be the last one they can endure. Join Alice and Rosalie as they fight to save the home they love, the people they love, and the friendship worth fighting for.

Bullseye

Author : Robert Deeter
ISBN : 9781449014636
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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In his book "Bulls-eye" - Journal of a Black Hawk pilot, Deeter takes his readers on a trip to the middle east, and gives them a first hand look at the life of an Army Helicopter Pilot in the war in Iraq. From the scorching temperatures to the grueling pace of combat, his journal entries paint an accurate picture for the reader of the day to day life of a Black Hawk pilot in the Iraq war. His story of his deployment to Iraq provides not only an up close look at the war, but also a view of the struggles deployed soldiers endure, both on the battlefield and upon returning home.

Hit The Bullseye

Author : Paul D. Borden
ISBN : 9781426722707
Genre : Religion
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This book is not an attempt to offer hope, help, or even advice on what denominations need to do. However, it is a book about a significant turn-around of a middle-level administration of justice in one Protestant denomination and it does offer hope that other like administrations might be able to experience a better and more effective existence. Everyone's experience is unique and therefore cannot be replicated. However, the implementation of foundational all-encompassing principles, the development of new strategies, and the performance of specific tactics that are successful in one situation does offer hope to others that their modeling of the principles, adapting the strategies, and creating specific tactics to fit their context can bring change. "This book is a gutsy look at denominational life, leadership and vision, and offers new paradigms for the local church, middle judicatories and national denominational life. A must-read for anyone interested in bringing renewal to the local church and our denomination. Clearly, Borden has hit the bull's-eye with regard not only to our denomination's needs but also how renewal begins in the local church." - ABE News Foreword to Hit the Bullseye by Leith Anderson July 2003 "Some look at things that are, and ask why. I dream of things that never were and ask why not?" -- George Bernard Shaw There are approximately 400,000 churches in the United States and the vast majority of them belong to denominations. Some are healthy, vibrant, and growing. Most are tired, struggling, not growing, and don’t know what to do. Plenty of critics and cynics take surveys, analyze data, and write books about what is wrong with the churches of America. As if following the theology of Chicken Little they are convinced that the sky is falling and there is little we can do except seek cover. Proposals for renewal often are offered by theorists who tell practitioners what to do but have never actually done it themselves. What if? What if there was a way to help declining churches to grow? What if we could teach pastors how to lead their congregations to spiritual renewal? What if thousands of churches changed from maintenance to mission? What if a movement began with 200 churches that grew to 200,000 churches? What if millions of unchurched people came into lasting relationships with Jesus Christ and the church? What if the denominations of America with all of their people, property, and potential became the epicenter of this spiritual earthquake that became known as the Great Awakening of the 21st Century? Maybe all this sounds too good to be true. Well, it has already begun. Centered in the earthquake zone of northern California, the American Baptist Churches of the West have demonstrated that a plateaued and declining region of mainline congregations can become a model of healthy and growing congregations. They have overcome the usual excuses that “our churches are too small,” “we have too many older people and congregations,” and “property here is too expensive.” They followed a powerful formula of biblical strategies, courageous leadership, and much hard work. What is most amazing is that the turnaround took less than five years. Why not? Here is the dream. Denominational leaders, executive ministers, bishops, district superintendents, regional directors, seminary teachers, pastors, and lay leaders will discover what God has done in northern California and say, “Why not here?” “With a few creative adaptations we can do the same thing in our denomination and in our churches.” They will start small and multiply. They will risk their traditions, finances, staff, and jobs. They will respond to misunderstanding with teaching and take criticism with grace. Then there will be one successful church transformation—new vision, new faith, new people, and new excitement. One will become ten and ten will become one hundred. Church by church, region by region, denomination by denomination—a true reformation will bring a great new era to the people and churches of our generation. It can be done. It has been done. This is a dream of the way things can be. Be among those who say, “Why not? Let’s do it!”

Bullseye

Author : Virginia Smith
ISBN : 9780373444960
Genre : Fiction
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Found cowering and covered in blood, Karina Guerrero's fourteen-year-old brother is accused of a crime that she's certain he didn't commit. Only one man can help Karina prove the boy's innocence. Private investigator Mason Sinclair knows firsthand what it's like to be framed. But the former cop, now committed to helping the falsely accused, is clearly uneasy being back in Albuquerque—and working with his former flame. Still, Karina can't help falling for the handsome P.I. as they hunt the real killer: a cold-blooded murderer with dangerous ties to them both.

Bullseye

Author : Ed Brisson
ISBN : 9781302499143
Genre : Comics & Graphic Novels
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Collects Bullseye (2017) #1-5. He's a ruthless hitman who never misses, a deadly foe who can turn any object into a lethal weapon! But why is the Marvel Universe's most dangerous assassin heading to Colombia to take aim at a drug cartel? Find out as Bullseye takes charge!

Bullseye

Author : Jessica Andersen
ISBN : 9781459228542
Genre : Fiction
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TOUGH. TENACIOUS. TRUE BLUE. Secret Service agent Isabella Gray thought those traits described bounty hunter Jacob Powell to a T. When the secretary of defense's family was ambushed on her watch, she knew she needed to recruit the sexy ex-Special Forces soldier for help. Isabella recognized all too well the shot of adrenaline that pulsed through her former lover upon learning that Big Sky's quarry—militia men on the lam—were behind the abduction. Forced to rely on each other after their rescue mission led to a harrowing plane crash, neither could resist the pent-up emotions churning between them. Once Jacob stumbled upon shocking evidence that an international mastermind could be pulling all the strings, would their red-hot passion chase away the chill of terror?

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