Business Strategy

Business Strategy

 
Putting Our DIFFERENCES to WORK Kennedy, Debbe Berrett-Koehler Publishers , 2008 Business Strategy, Diversity, Innovation, Teams

Putting differences to work – creating an environment where diverse individuals can work more effectively to drive innovation and performance – has unlimited potential benefits. Unfortunately, however, organizations...

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The Manager's Guide to Rewards Jensen, Doug | Stark, Mel | McMullen, Tom AMACOM , 2007 Business Strategy, Human Resources, Management

Most books written about compensation and rewards are targeted at human resource professionals. But with more and more frontline managers making decisions about employee rewards, practical guidance is needed about how...

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Transparency Bennis, Warren | Goleman, Daniel | O'Toole, James | Biederman, Patricia Ward Jossey-Bass , 2008 Business Strategy, Leadership, Management, Personal Growth

In Transparency, Warren Bennis, Daniel Goleman, James O’Toole, and Patricia Ward Biederman use three essays to explore the complexities of transparency and reflect on becoming a transparent leader,...

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The Granularity of Growth Viguerie, Patrick | Smit, Sven | Baghai, Mehrdad John Wiley & Sons, Inc. , 2008 Business Strategy, Management

It is undeniable that companies need growth to continue to thrive in today’s marketplace. The question that lingers in the minds of many organizational leaders – particularly those representing large companies – is...

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How to Sell Yourself Lustberg, Arch Career Press , 2008 Business Strategy, Communication, Personal Growth

Everything a speaker does sends signals to members of the audience. Where we gaze, the way we speak or gesture, and the inflection in our voice all cause the audience to reach certain conclusions and judgments about...

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Why Some Companies Emerge Stronger and Better from a Crisis Mitroff, Ian I. AMACOM , 2005 Business Strategy, Change Management, Leadership

Until very recently, companies thought of accidents as natural or normal. Natural disasters such as fires and floods have always existed and most companies know how to use risk management to protect themselves. But...

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