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What to Ask the Person in the Mirror (Chinese) Kaplan, Robert Steven Harvard Business School Publishing Corporation , 2011 Chinese

The ability to reflect and ask astute questions is an often overlooked skill in business. Some people mistakenly believe inquiry is a sign of weakness when, in fact, it is a critical...

 
 
What You're Really Meant to Do (Chinese) Kaplan, Robert Steven Harvard Business School Publishing Corporation , 2013 Chinese

Most people long for success, but how is it gained? Some believe success is gained through impressive and recognized accomplishments, becoming financially well off, achieving an impressive career...

 
 
A Sense of Urgency (Chinese) Kotter, John P. Harvard Business School Publishing Corporation , 2008 Chinese

John P. Kotter established himself as the foremost authority on change with his 1996 bestseller, Leading Change, in which he presented his eight-step change process. In ...

 
 
Think to Win (Chinese) Manfredi, Paul | Manfredi, John | Klein, Peter McGraw-Hill Education , 2015 Chinese

Businesses fail every day, not for lack of capability or opportunity, but for lack of effective strategic thinking. In Think to Win, Paul Butler, John...

 
 
Selling Above and Below the Line (Chinese) Miller, William AMACOM , 2015 Chinese

In an effort to increase their average sales prices and shorten their selling cycles, salespeople are increasingly “calling high” and reaching out to executives. This is an excellent strategy but one that few...

 
 
Sell More and Sleep at Night (Chinese) Pierce Jr., John Richard Berrett-Koehler Publishers, Inc. , 2014 Chinese

Buying a product is not the same as being sold a product. Buying a product is an impersonal experience that takes place on the Internet or through some other type of anonymous, generic platform....

 
 
What You Aren’t Seeing (Chinese) Sweeney, Patrick McGraw-Hill Education , 2015 Chinese

In What You Aren’t Seeing, Patrick Sweeney shares the story of Herb Greenberg, founder of the global management consulting firm Caliper. Despite losing his sight at the age of 10, Greenberg never...

 
 
Trajectory (Chinese) Van Rooy, David L. AMACOM , 2014 Chinese

In Trajectory, David L. Van Rooy advocates the adoption of intentional professional planning. Drawing on his background in industrial and organizational psychology, as well as his extensive...

 
 
Singletasking (Chinese) Zack, Devora Berrett-Koehler Publishers, Inc. , 2015 Chinese

In today’s fast-paced and high-stress business world, people try to use multitasking to claw away at their mountains of tasks and responsibilities. Scientific research, however, clearly demonstrates that multitasking...

 
 
The Hidden Agenda (Chinese) Allen, Kevin Bibliomotion, Inc. , 2012 Chinese

In The Hidden Agenda, Kevin Allen explains that behind every purchasing decision is an unspoken emotional motivation -- a...

 
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