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Citizen Engineer Douglas, David | Papadopoulos, Greg | Boutelle, John Prentice Hall , 2010 Business Strategy, Social Responsibility

In the past, an engineer’s primary focus was finding simple and elegant ways of implementing design requirements. To succeed today, however, engineers must also possess an understanding of environmental issues, legal...

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e-Riches 2.0 Fox, Scott C. AMACOM , 2009 Business Strategy, Marketing, Technology

In order to be successful in business today, companies need to go beyond old marketing techniques and embrace new approaches made possible by the Internet. In e-Riches 2.0, Scott Fox uses his...

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The New Human Capital Strategy Hall, Ph.D., Bradley W. AMACOM , 2008 Human Resources, Management, Productivity

Bradley W. Hall identifies many problems with the current approach to talent management: no one is accountable; programs are emphasized over systems; and the existing Human Resources model is egalitarian, even though...

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Igniting the Third Factor Jensen, Peter Performance Coaching Inc. , 2008 Leadership, Management, Personal Growth

Research indicates that coaching can increase performance much more than skill-focused job training alone. Most leaders, however, never learn the basic principles of successful coaching, why they are important, or how...

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Developing Exemplary Performance One Person at a Time Sabbag, Michael Davies-Black Publishing , 2009 Human Resources, Leadership Development, Personal Growth, Productivity

When it comes to performance development, many leaders are happy to accept work that is merely “satisfactory.” But what if each employee could be developed into an exemplary performer, executing their duties at a level...

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Who Smart, Geoff | Street, Randy Ballantine Books , 2008 Human Resources, Leadership

Many companies focus their energies on the what – strategies, products, and processes that drive their business. Although important, what truly determines whether or not a company will thrive is the who – the...

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The Three Laws of Performance Zaffron, Steve | Logan, Dave Jossey-Bass , 2009 Leadership, Management, Productivity

In the work environment and at home, when things are not working, people struggle with which part of the problem to address first. However, the reason that fixing a problem often does not deliver the expected results,...

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The Giants of Sales Sant, Tom AMACOM , 2006 Customer Focus

According to Tom Sant, professional selling is “the most important American invention of the twentieth century,” an engine that has powered our economy and the economies of nations all over the world, for the past one...

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How Seidman, Dov John Wiley & Sons, Inc. , 2008 Leadership, Management, Personal Growth

Krazy George Henderson, on an October day in 1981 at Oakland Stadium, invented the sweep of crowd enthusiasm now known as the Wave. His seemingly trivial feat of coordinating humans to work together toward a common...

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Truth Upshaw, Lynn AMACOM , 2007 Marketing

It seems that the harder marketers sell, the less likely buyers are willing to listen. And the more marketers try to infiltrate the world of consumers, the more skeptical buyers become, ultimately questioning the...

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