All Summaries

All Summaries

 
Co-opetition Brandenburger, Adam M. | Nalebuff, Barry J. Currency Doubleday , 1996 Business Strategy

Game theory is an effective means of bringing together competition and cooperation to reach a vision of Co-opetition more suited to the opportunities and realities of the times. It focuses directly on...

 
 
If Life is a Game, These are the Rules Carter-Scott, Cherie Broadway Book , 1998 Personal Growth

This #1 New York Times bestseller offers some useful and understandable advice that can be applied to many situations. The idea of life as a series of lessons can help to put things into perspective and add to anyone's...

 
 
Lessons from the Top Neff, Thomas J. | Citrin, James M. Doubleday , 1999 Leadership, Management

Who are the best business leaders in America? What makes them great? And, what can be learned from them? Lessons from the Top answers these questions. Using a rigorous methodology, the authors identify...

 
 
Calm at Work Wilson, Paul Penguin Books , 1999 Personal Growth, Productivity

Work can often be one of the most stressful situations in our lives. We have to work with people that we don't necessarily have anything in common with and perform boring and repetitive tasks. In the United States and...

 
 
24 Essential Lessons for Investment Success O'Neil, William J. McGraw-Hill Companies , 1999 Economics & Finance, Entrepreneurship

Take investment lessons from the expert. O'Neil started out with $500 just out of college, and by age 30 had purchased a seat on the New York Stock Exchange and opened his own investment management research firm. In...

 
 
Your Best Year Yet! Ditzler, Jinny S. Warner Books , 2000 Personal Growth

Here is a book with a thought-provoking questionnaire recommended for anyone who is either new to the field of personal growth, or want to take themselves to the next level. The first part of the book is largely a...

 
 
Generations At Work Zemke, Ron | Raines, Claire | Filipczak, Bob AMACOM , 1999 Diversity, Human Resources, Management

The late 1990s are unique in that four different generations (Veterans, Baby Boomers, Gen Xers, and Nexters-born 1980 on) have converged upon the workplace at the same time, each with their own set of work ethics, set...

 
 
Digital Capitalism Schiller, Dan The MIT Press , 2000 Global Business, Marketing, Technology

Conventional wisdom has long held that the Internet, more than any other human innovation, has the potential to transform the globe into a world of ""robust direct democracy"" and "friction-free democracy," empowering...

 
 
Global Literacies Rosen, Robert | Digh, Patricia | Singer, Marshall | Phillips, Carl Simon & Schuster , 2000 Business Biographies, Global Business, Leadership, Social Responsibility

Because international exposure and experience are more vital to business success than ever, globally literate leaders, who can effectively work across the many cultural barriers that threaten to divide the world, are...

 
 
The Arc of Ambition Champy, James | Nohria, Nitin Perseus Books , 2000 Human Resources, Leadership, Personal Growth

Everyone has a dream that, for most, translates into a modest goal. However, some individuals are so driven that they are able to turn their dreams into spectacular achievements that forever change the world around...

 
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