All Summaries

All Summaries

 
Competition Demystified Greenwald, Bruce | Kahn, Judd Portfolio , 2005 Major Works, Marketing

According to Greenwald and Kahn, though most experienced businesspeople know that the two critical elements of business-competition and strategy-are associated, few understand their essential natures or the direct...

 
 
The Job Search Solution Beshara, Tony AMACOM , 2006 Business Strategy, Personal Growth

Today, the competition for top jobs is tougher than ever. Job security is now a thing of the past and more and more professionals are experiencing the...

 
 
Don't Sweat the Small Stuff at Work Carlson, Richard Hyperion Books , 1999 Management

If you are like most people, you probably spend between eight to twelve hours a day at work. In your workplace, you are subjected to unpleasant issues...

 
 
Building a High Morale Workplace Bruce, Anne Anne Bruce , 2002 Management

As a manager, it is your job to ensure that your employees consistently display high enthusiasm, energy and morale. After all, employees with high morale perform better than their counterparts who...

 
 
Requisite Organization Jaques, Elliot Cason Hall & Co , 1996 Business Strategy, Relationships

It is usually a common belief that having too much organization undermines the development of the corporation and individuals. This notion may be true...

 
 
The Number Eisenberg, Lee Free Press , 2006 Entrepreneurship, Leadership, Personal Growth

Secretly, many people agonize over whether they have enough money put away in order to survive the rest of their lives as they age and “downshift” in jobs toward retirement. According to author Lee Eisenberg, tens of...

 
 
Tales From The Top Alexander, Graham Nelson Business , 2005 Leadership, Management

Every executive, even those in charge of successful companies, needs nurturing and coaching every once in a while. Tales From the Top by Graham Alexander gives busy executives access to a highly-rated...

 
 
The 3 Financial Styles of Very Successful Leaders Prince, E. Ted McGraw-Hill , 2005 Economics & Finance, Leadership

Leaders have widely different approaches in how they deal with money and how they approach the building of value. These personal financial traits can be linked to a company’s performance and market value.

In...

 
 
Social Intelligence Albrecht, Karl Jossey-Bass , 2006 Human Resources, Major Works, Personal Growth, Relationships

Having pondered why some people with very high IQ scores fail miserably in their personal lives, Harvard professor Howard Gardner, concluded that the concept of “intelligence,” as a singular measure of competence,...

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Working GlobeSmart Gundling, Ernest Davies-Black Publishing , 2004 Global Business

Anyone who crosses a national or cultural boundary when doing business faces a common set of hazards. Differences in language, social customs, and business styles add further complexity to already-complicated...

 
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