All Summaries

All Summaries

 
Winning The Knowledge Game Rylatt, Alastair Elsevier Science & Techonology Books , 2003 Business Strategy

Alastair Rylatt's book specifically outlines how businesses and organizations gain excellent performance through sensitivity, interactivity, flexibility, and...

 
 
TrumpNation O'Brien, Timothy L. Warner Business Books , 2005 Management

Donald Trump is everywhere. No matter where you are and what you do, you're bound to have heard of him. Much has been said about the man...

 
 
Confessions of an Economic Hit Man Perkins, John John Perkins , 2005 Economics & Finance, Global Business

In this book, Perkins paints a clear picture of how the US carved a path to become one of the most powerful countries in the world through padded economic...

 
 
The Big Picture Epstein, Edward Jay Random House Publishing Group , 2005 Business Strategy, Major Works

The golden years of the American motion picture industry - from 1930 to the 1950s, was when the studio system held sway. All the money, prestige and power of the...

 
 
The Ten Faces of Innovation Kelley, Thomas | Littman, Jonathan Currency Doubleday , 2005 Human Resources, Innovation, Personal Growth

According to Tom Kelley (The Art of Innovation), individuals, who assume the role of Devil’s Advocate, can be some of the most potent destroyers of innovation in a corporation. These ubiquitous idea wreckers cloak...

 
 
Trust-Based Selling Green, Charles H. McGraw-Hill , 2006 Customer Focus, Productivity

Is it possible for buyers and sellers to ever trust one another? The words “sales” or “salesperson” and “trust” are rarely used together. The reason that buyers do not trust sellers—or the sales process—is because they...

 
 
Will Your Next Mistake Be Fatal? Mittelstaedt, Jr., Robert E. Wharton School Publishing , 2005 Management

Will Your Next Mistake Be Fatal? concerns what author Robert E. Mittelstaedt, Jr. refers to as M3 - Managing Multiple Mistakes - and illustrates, using the experience of others, how to create an organization observant...

 
 
Tectonic Shift Sheth, Jagdish N. | Sisodia, Rajendra S. Sage Publications , 2006 Global Business, Innovation, Management

In The Commanding Heights (1998), Yergin and Stanislaw describe the historic forces that have prompted societies, worldwide, to reject government control of the dominant businesses and industries of...

 
 
Leaders - Start to Finish Bruce, Anne American Society for Training & Development , 2001 Business Strategy, Leadership, Management

Nowadays, leadership is not limited to the level of the senior managers. At every level in the career ladder, employees are expected to work towards this particular goal...

 
 
Irrational Exuberance Shiller, Robert J. Princeton University Press , 2005 Economics & Finance, Marketing

This book is concerned with the behavior of speculative markets, human vulnerability to error, and the instability of the capitalist system. It tries...

 
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