All Summaries

All Summaries

 
Organizational Culture and Leadership Schein, Edgar H. John Wiley & Sons, Inc. , 2004 Human Resources, Leadership, Major Works, Management

Culture is to a group what personality is to an individual. Edgar Schein, in this his third edition of the classic, Organizational Culture and Leadership, delves deeper into the origins and evolution...

 
 
Three Billion New Capitalists Rylatt, Alastair Basic Books , 2006 Economics & Finance, Global Business

The relative economic superiority and power of the United States is quickly slipping away. This is mainly brought about by the rise of new superpowers, particularly China and India, which are ushering a third wave of...

 
 
The One Thing You Need to Know Buckingham, Marcus Free Press , 2005 Human Resources, Leadership, Management, Personal Growth

In his first best seller, First, Break All the Rules, Buckingham, breaking with conventional wisdom, offered managers valuable guidelines on how to avoid the mistake of coercing their employees into overcoming their...

 
 
The New Strategic Selling Heiman, Stephen E. | Sanches, Diane | Tuleja, Tad Warner Books , 1998 Business Strategy, Marketing

The driving force of the Strategic Selling approach is a non-manipulative selling philosophy. The key to ensuring selling success is to manage every...

 
 
It's Your Ship Abrashoff, D. Michael Warner Books , 2002 Leadership, Management

Companies and businesses share the common challenge of retaining and getting the most out of their employees. When trained employees resign, the...

 
 
BRAND Sense Lindstrom, Martin The Free Press , 2005 Customer Focus, Innovation, Marketing

Having an instantly recognizable logo and a jingle that people hum unconsciously is a good start to having a successful brand, but it is not good enough to ensure success. In this interactive world, people want and...

 
 
The Four Pillars of High Performance Light, Paul C. McGraw-Hill , 2005 Management, Productivity

The Four Pillars of High Performance is a culmination of hundreds of studies by The RAND Corporation, the highly respected think tank out of Santa Monica, California, revealing a set of central truths...

 
 
How Would You Move Mount Fuji? Poundstone, William Little, Brown and Company , 2004 Business Strategy, Personal Growth

Have you ever been asked "Why are manhole covers round instead of square?" during a job interview? Or asked to answer other riddles and...

 
 
Start With NO Camp, Jim Harper Publishers` , 1992 Management, Relationships

We have heard about it before - the infamous win-win situation. Negotiators are told that their most important task is to find a situation where both...

 
 
Creating and Dominating New Markets Meyer, Peter AMACOM , 2002 Management, Marketing

Each year, hundreds of new businesses are launched. Unfortunately, for every hundred started, less than half will survive the crucial four years of operations. The...

 
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