Belgrade, Serbia (PRWEB) September 14, 2011
“Behind each ordinary man, there is an extraordinary story. Each extraordinary story is followed by ordinary mistakes. That is life. Drop effect is my life story, story of an ordinary man.” With these words, life-mover and author Milan Dimitrijevic invites readers to embark on a sincere and enlightening journey with him in Drop Effect.
This book is created for everyone, but especially for business people, like owners of companies, employees in companies, entrepreneurs, managers, innovators, leaders and all those who think that there’s no one smarter than them. It shows readers the potential mistakes one encounters in business and in life, and how to avoid them.
Written for a better tomorrow, Drop Effect creates a new dimension in perceiving the ways of predicting and managing the changes. In a simple language, it shares timeless and universal principles, as well as experiences of everyday situations. Through its pages, readers will also learn the author’s opinions on different experiences from the world corporations and leaders to the everyday people’s experiences.
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About the Author
Milan Dimitrijevic is a Professor at the Faculty for Management in Novi Sad-Serbia (http://www.famns.edu.rs). He is the author of the books: Introduction to Public Relations, Public Relations for management engineers and Introduction to Strategic Management. He is the organizer, the main lecturer of the seminars entitled Change Management and Communication Ability held for big companies and corporations.
Milan Dimitrijevic is also a dedicated philanthropist and President of the Board of the Dimitrijevic Foundation, whose primary goals are directed in providing aid to sick children, children without parents, as well as to most endangered families in Serbia.
Drop Effect * by Milan Dimitrijevic
Publication Date: August 30, 2011
Trade Paperback; £13.99; 145 pages; 978-1-4653-0295-3
Trade Hardback; £23.99; 145 pages; 978-1-4653-0296-0
eBook; £9.99: 978-1-4653-0297-7
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