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Contagious

Contagious
  • Author : Jonah Berger
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2016-05-03
  • Total pages :256
  • ISBN : 9781451686586
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Summary : Upper Saddle River, N.J. : Creative Homeowner,

The Contagious Commandments

The Contagious Commandments
  • Author : Paul Kemp-Robertson,Chris Barth
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2018-11-01
  • Total pages :288
  • ISBN : 9780241328989
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Summary : Contagion may alarm doctors but marketers thrive on it. Some concepts are so compelling you have to share them. But what makes an idea so infectious you can't keep it to yourself? And how can brands produce these kinds of ideas intentionally rather than by chance? Contagious, the globally renowned intelligence resource for the marketing industry, is dedicated to identifying and interrogating the world's most exceptional creative trends. And in The Contagious Commandments, Paul Kemp-Robertson and Chris Barth condense this valuable research into ten strategic takeaways for your own marketing revolution. Taking inspiration from disruptive campaigns from the likes of Patagonia, Nike, Safaricom, BrewDog, LEGO, Kenco, and dozens more, The Contagious Commandments explores how companies fuse creativity, technology and behavioural psychology to achieve truly original marketing ideas that have a positive impact on society and profits - and how your brand can too.

Contagious

Contagious
  • Author : Priscilla Wald
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2008-01-09
  • Total pages :373
  • ISBN : 0822341530
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Summary : DIVShows how narratives of contagion structure communities of belonging and how the lessons of these narratives are incorporated into sociological theories of cultural transmission and community formation./div

Contagious

Contagious
  • Author : Scott Sigler
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2009
  • Total pages :438
  • ISBN : 9780307406323
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Summary : Efforts on the part of the FBI's Clarence Otto, CIA agent Dew Phillips and former football star Perry Dawsey to eliminate the people whose minds have been taken over by the mysterious disease are threatened by the infection's new ability to become contagious, unless Dr. Margaret Montoya can come up with a solution. Reprint. A best-selling novel.

Creating Contagious Commitment

Creating Contagious Commitment
  • Author : Andrea Shapiro
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2010-01-11
  • Total pages :216
  • ISBN : 9780974102818
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Summary : Too often, necessary and technically appropriate change initiatives fall short of expected gains because leaders fail to involve employees and leverage their perspectives. This deprives leaders of valuable input, and causes the very people who are expected to modify the way they work to feel discounted and disconnected. Creating Contagious Commitment: Applying the Tipping Point to Organizational Change presents a proven approach to turn this all too common situation around. It goes to the heart of effective change implementation and shows how to move employees from being apathetic or resistant to becoming committed advocates of a change. Creating Contagious Commitment demonstrates why many of the traditional approaches to change implementation (such as focusing on the easily measurable technical aspects or relying on mass awareness campaigns) don't work very well especially on their own. It explains the dynamics that contribute to successful change initiatives and how to use them, right now, in your own initiatives. The accessibility of the concepts and the practical strategies they provide make Creating Contagious Commitment a unique and powerful guide for change agents in any organization. Andrea Shapiro s clear and skillful blending of theory with useful examples brings these concepts to life in a way that appeals to anyone who is involved in change. Solidly grounded in organizational theory, systems thinking and real-world experience, Creating Contagious Commitment can be used as a stand-alone resource or in combination with the companion Change, Dialogue, and Action workshop with its interactive computer simulation, called the Tipping Point. It has been applied by hundreds of change leaders around the world in a wide range of organizations, from banks and hospitals to high-tech corporations, to make organizational change both contagious and sustainable. It is packed with diagrams, illustrations, and stories from the field many of them first-person accounts of applying its lessons. Visit CreatingContagiousCommitment.com to learn more. Praise for Creating Contagious Commitment It is very easy to have good intentions, and even easier to get advice from someone who has good intentions. What is hard is to recognize the landmines on the path to successful change. Creating Contagious Commitment helps identify and think about such obstacles before we encounter them, making the path to change more thoughtful and ultimately more successful. Dan Ariely, Ph.D., James B. Duke Professor of Behavioral Economics, author Predictably Irrational It is only by effectively influencing people's beliefs, values and changing social norms that we can change behaviors that get us all to yes. Andrea understands this and clearly maps out how new cultural norms can be systematically embedded into any organization. This book is a must have in any change agent's toolbox. Peter Faill, M.Sc., Corporate Procurement Manager, Durham County Council, UK The Tipping Point is a brilliant computer model of change initiatives as they unfold in large, complex organizations. Change agents need to be informal, keenly aware of the different needs of different types of people, and committed to their purpose. This book shows what to do and what happens along the way, both in the model and in real life. Art Kleiner, author, Who Really Matters and The Age of Heretics

Stupid and Contagious

Stupid and Contagious
  • Author : Caprice Crane
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2008-11-15
  • Total pages :336
  • ISBN : 9780446551045
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Summary : In this hilarious, romantic comedy, two twenty-something neighbors embark on a zany mission to meet the founder of Starbucks, and in doing so, find each other.

Indigenous Theories of Contagious Disease

Indigenous Theories of Contagious Disease
  • Author : Edward C. Green
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2000-01-01
  • Total pages :311
  • ISBN : 9780585189956
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Summary : Far from being the province of magic, witchcraft, and sorcery, indigenous understanding of contagious disease in Africa and elsewhere in the developing world very often parallels western concepts of germ theory, according to the author. Labeling this 'indigenous contagion theory (ICT),' Green synthesizes the voluminous ethnographic work on tropical diseases and remedies_as well as 20 years of his own studies and interventions on sexually transmitted diseases, AIDS, and traditional healers in southern Africa_to demonstrate how indigenous peoples generally conceive of contagious diseases as having naturalistic causes. His groundbreaking work suggests how western medical practitioners can incorporate ICT to better help native peoples control contagious diseases.

Contagious Holiness

Contagious Holiness
  • Author : Craig L. Blomberg
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2005-08-02
  • Total pages :216
  • ISBN : 9780830826209
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Summary : Jesus' "table fellowship" with sinners in the Gospels has been widely agreed to be historically reliable, but scholarly disputes continue. In this New Studies in Biblical Theology volume, Craig L. Blomberg engages with the debate, surveying the relevant biblical texts and their background, concluding with contemporary applications.

Performing Contagious Bodies

Performing Contagious Bodies
  • Author : Chris Braddock
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2012-11-14
  • Total pages :248
  • ISBN : 9781137283870
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Summary : Performing Contagious Bodies explores live/body art and installation practices through theories of ritual and magic. It maps out an ambitious and thought-provoking study of live art – together with its documentation and traces – and uses the concepts of contagion, magic and ritual to open up a range of hotly-debated questions about the temporal aspects of live art, their relation to 'event' and durationality. Featuring discussion of a wide range of contemporary international practice, this book explores the intersections of performance studies, art history, anthropology and contemporary visual art practices.

Contagious Disciple Making

Contagious Disciple Making
  • Author : David Watson,Paul Watson
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2014-12-23
  • Total pages :256
  • ISBN : 9780529112217
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Summary : It is hard to deny that todayÆs world can seem apathetic toward Christians. Some may look down at their iPhones when we mention God, motion for the check when we bring up church, or casually change the subject when we talk about prayer. In a world full of people whose indifference is greater than their desire to know Christ, how can we dream of growing the church? In Contagious Disciple Making, David Watson and Paul Watson map out a simple method that has sparked an explosion of homegrown churches in the United States and around the world. A companion to Cityteam's two previous books, Miraculous Movements and The Father Glorified, Contagious Disciple Making details the method used by Cityteam disciple-makers. This distinctive process focuses on equipping spiritual leaders in communities where churches are planted. Unlike many evangelism and church-growth products that focus on quick results, contagious disciple-making takes time to cultivate spiritual leadership, resulting in lasting disciple-making movements. Through Contagious Disciple Making readers will come to understand that a strong and equipped leader will continue to grow the church long after church planters move on to the next church. Features include: Engagement tools for use in the field Practical techniques to equip others to make disciples

Contagion of Violence

Contagion of Violence
  • Author : National Research Council,Institute of Medicine,Board on Global Health,Forum on Global Violence Prevention
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2013-03-06
  • Total pages :186
  • ISBN : 9780309263641
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Summary : The past 25 years have seen a major paradigm shift in the field of violence prevention, from the assumption that violence is inevitable to the recognition that violence is preventable. Part of this shift has occurred in thinking about why violence occurs, and where intervention points might lie. In exploring the occurrence of violence, researchers have recognized the tendency for violent acts to cluster, to spread from place to place, and to mutate from one type to another. Furthermore, violent acts are often preceded or followed by other violent acts. In the field of public health, such a process has also been seen in the infectious disease model, in which an agent or vector initiates a specific biological pathway leading to symptoms of disease and infectivity. The agent transmits from individual to individual, and levels of the disease in the population above the baseline constitute an epidemic. Although violence does not have a readily observable biological agent as an initiator, it can follow similar epidemiological pathways. On April 30-May 1, 2012, the Institute of Medicine (IOM) Forum on Global Violence Prevention convened a workshop to explore the contagious nature of violence. Part of the Forum's mandate is to engage in multisectoral, multidirectional dialogue that explores crosscutting, evidence-based approaches to violence prevention, and the Forum has convened four workshops to this point exploring various elements of violence prevention. The workshops are designed to examine such approaches from multiple perspectives and at multiple levels of society. In particular, the workshop on the contagion of violence focused on exploring the epidemiology of the contagion, describing possible processes and mechanisms by which violence is transmitted, examining how contextual factors mitigate or exacerbate the issue. Contagion of Violence: Workshop Summary covers the major topics that arose during the 2-day workshop. It is organized by important elements of the infectious disease model so as to present the contagion of violence in a larger context and in a more compelling and comprehensive way.

Contagious and Infectious Diseases

Contagious and Infectious Diseases
  • Author : Louisiana. Board of Health,Joseph Jones
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :1884
  • Total pages :410
  • ISBN : STANFORD:24501764327
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Contagious

Contagious
  • Author : Quentin Carter
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2007
  • Total pages :248
  • ISBN : 0976789485
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Summary : When he met Nekole Michell, Maurice Jones thought he had found a woman that could match his scheming style, but the smooth player soon comes to realize how quickly a game can become deadly.

Contagious Christian Living

Contagious Christian Living
  • Author : Joel R. Beeke
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2009
  • Total pages :136
  • ISBN : 1601780796
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Summary : When some people smile, they ignite smiles in people around them. They have contagious smiles. If that¿s what a contagious smile is, what is contagious Christian living? It is living that is so godly and so consistent that people around them cannot help but be impacted and inspired. In Contagious Christian Living, Joel R. Beeke looks at four people in the Bible to find out how people today can live an influential life in dependence on the Holy Spirit. Here is your invitation to read about, and pray for, the sacrificial submission of Jephthah¿s daughter, the Christ-centeredness of Bartimaeus, the contagious blessings of Jacob, and the consistent integrity of Daniel.

Contagious Generosity

Contagious Generosity
  • Author : Chris Willard,Jim Sheppard
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2012
  • Total pages :187
  • ISBN : 0310893135
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Summary : Chris Willard and Jim Sheppard offer pastors curious about the conversation of Biblical generosity a look inside the practice and habits of generous church leaders in Contagious Generosity---a roadmap pastors can use to accelerate generosity in his or her community of faith.

Contagious and Deathly Contagious

Contagious and Deathly Contagious
  • Author : Emily Goodwin
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2015-03-31
  • Total pages :512
  • ISBN : 9781618685353
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Summary : “My worst fear wasn't of dying, it was of living. Living, while everyone around me had their flesh savagely torn from their bodies, to be shoved into the festering and ever-hungry mouths of zombies.” Contagious (The Contagium Series Book One) During the Second Great Depression, twenty-four year old Orissa Penwell is forced to drop out of college when she is no longer able to pay for classes. Unable to find a job, she moves in with her aunt in Indianapolis. Down on her luck, Orissa doesn’t think she can sink any lower. She couldn’t be more wrong. A virus breaks out across the country, leaving those that are infected crazed, aggressive and very hungry. Orissa is used to only being responsible for herself. When she finds herself a reluctant leader of a group of survivors, she must make a choice; set aside her issues and help the others--or go off alone in search of her own family and friends. Deathly Contagious (The Contagium Series Book Two) Orissa Penwell will do anything in the zombie-plagued world to keep her friends safe. After the discovery of a zombie-proof safe house, she thinks things may actually work out and they can get through the apocalypse together. The compound offers more than just shelter. It gives her and her friends a sense of community and purpose. It gives them a reason to keep living in the dead world. But her chance at happiness is shattered when someone she recently let into her life—and her heart—is killed. Hell-bent on revenge, Orissa will do whatever it takes to seek vengeance and get even…without caring what the risk is for herself. Things quickly go from bad to worse and she finds herself lost and abandoned—and forced to face the zombie-plagued world on her own. When lies, secrets, and desperation are added to the already harrowing world, Orissa discovers that zombies aren’t the only things to worry about. What—or who—will justice cost her? And just how far will Orissa go to avenge someone she loves?

Contagious Selling: How to Turn a Connection into a Relationship that Lasts a Lifetime

Contagious Selling: How to Turn a Connection into a Relationship that Lasts a Lifetime
  • Author : David Rich
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2012-10-12
  • Total pages :224
  • ISBN : 9780071796965
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Summary : The breakthrough selling method that converts leads into customers, customers into repeat customers, and repeat customers into lifelong relationships Salespeople too often approach selling as a transaction instead of a relationship--going in with the intention to sell rather than to build a relationship. Use the lessons in Contagious Selling to put relationships first--and sales will inevitably follow. Contagious Selling provides the tools for captivating even the toughest customers and then cultivating genuine relationships through the power of being contagious. A leading expert on persuading and motivating others, David Rich presents his powerful new method for attracting, connecting with, and maintaining buyers. Inside, he teaches you how to Get prospects to feel as if they've known you their whole lives Use voice modulation and body language to instantly connect with anybody Sell yourself without sounding self-serving Manage the transition from captivation to cultivation Make your customers "competition proof"

Report on the Contagious Diseases Act, showing the expense, impolicy and general inutility of its proposed extension to the civil population, etc

Report on the Contagious Diseases Act, showing the expense, impolicy and general inutility of its proposed extension to the civil population, etc
  • Author : Sir John Simon
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :1871
  • Total pages :229
  • ISBN : BL:A0022043189
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Contagious Metaphor

Contagious Metaphor
  • Author : Peta Mitchell
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2012-11-01
  • Total pages :208
  • ISBN : 9781441132734
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Summary : An innovative interdisciplinary exploration of metaphors of contagion in language and culture.

Courage Is Contagious

Courage Is Contagious
  • Author : Nicholas Haramis
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2017-10-24
  • Total pages :160
  • ISBN : 039959261X
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Summary : A collection of never-before-published essays celebrating a First Lady whose impact will be felt for years to come, featuring a stunning array of acclaimed contributors Michelle Obama's legacy transcends categorization; her cultural imprint is as nuanced as it is indelible. She used her time in the White House to fight for women, minorities, and health and education advocates. At the same time, her own genre-busting style encouraged others to speak, to engage, even to dress however they wanted. In this tribute to the former First Lady, T: The New York Times Style Magazine editor Nicholas Haramis assembles twenty original essays from prize-winning writers, Hollywood stars, celebrity chefs, and politicos, all of whom have been moved and influenced by her extraordinary grace in power. This uplifting book uncovers the many layers of Michelle Obama as she continues to be a role model and icon in the age of Donald Trump.

The Truth is Contagious

The Truth is Contagious
  • Author : Emily Goodwin
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2014-10-28
  • Total pages :229
  • ISBN : 9781618683953
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Summary : The Truth is Contagious…the epic conclusion to the award winning Contagium Series…" A mysterious virus has infected most of the world’s population. This sickness transforms the living into violent “crazies” and eventually into the flesh-eating undead. Orissa and Hayden have survived in this new harrowing world. They have watched heroes fall, lost friends, and waged war—both against the living and the dead. Now a new revelation will shake everything they have built and everything they believe… After learning the shattering truth about the virus, Orissa and her friends discover a new enemy, more deceitful and more powerful than anyone or anything they have faced before. And this time it’s up to Orissa and Hayden to destroy the evil at its source and keep the lie from spreading. The truth is their mission and the truth is contagious. The Bestselling Contagium series by Emily Goodwin won multiple awards at the 2014 Contagious Reads Horror Con, including best zombies, best gore, best main character, and overall best horror series. Emily Goodwin was named horror author of the year.