Major Works

Major Works

 
Looking at the Sun Fallows, James Pantheon Books , 1994 Global Business, Major Works

Looking at the Sun is a detailed examination and analysis of the historical and political underpinnings of the growth and development of Asian capitalism. Fallows aptly demonstrates that the socio-...

 
 
Hot, Flat, and Crowded Friedman, Thomas L. Farrar, Straus and Giroux , 2008 Global Business, Major Works

Global warming, the rise of the middle class and rapid population growth are making the world hot, flat and crowded. In Hot, Flat, and Crowded, author Thomas Friedman explains that these challenges...

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The World Is Flat Friedman, Thomas L. Farrar, Straus and Giroux , 2005 Global Business, Innovation, Major Works, Productivity

Although outsourcing is the current hot topic, Friedman reports that outsourcing is just one dimension of a much more fundamental phenomenon unfolding today – the flattening of the world. Massive technological...

 
 
The Man Who Discovered Quality Gabor, Andrea Times Books , 1990 Business Biographies, Major Works, Management

The Man Who Discovered Quality is an in depth introduction to W. Edwards Deming, his work, the various applications, the problems and opportunities, and his philosophy of variation. The author explains...

 
 
Conquering Complexity in Your Business George, Michael L. | Wilson, Steven A. McGraw-Hill , 2004 Major Works, Management, Productivity

According to George and Wilson, when companies rely solely on Lean and/or Six Sigma improvement initiatives, the amount of profit they are able to generate is severely limited. It is a ceiling on profit that comes from...

 
 
The Pacific Century Gibney, Frank Charles Scribner's Sons , 1992 Global Business, Major Works

Published in conjunction with a ten-part PBS series describing the relationship between the United States and the Asia-Pacific countries. Gibney traces the past 150 years of the Pacific Basin region and examines its...

 
 
The Tipping Point Gladwell, Malcolm Little, Brown & Company , 2003 Innovation, Major Works

How is it that Paul Revere’s ride is heralded to this day, while the endeavors of William Dawes, who also rode at the very same time to warn of the British, barely rate a footnote in history? How is it that Hush...

 
 
Emotional Intelligence Goleman, Daniel Bantam Dell , 1995 Human Resources, Major Works, Personal Growth, Relationships

When people with high IQ flounder, and those of modest IQ do relatively well, it can be argued that the difference is that people are being judged in a new way -- not by being smart but by how they manage themselves...

 
 
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...

 
 
Only the Paranoid Survive Grove, Andrew S. Currency Doubleday , 1996 Global Business, Major Works

Intel is the world’s largest chipmaker, the fifth most admired company in the United States and the seventh most profitable company among the Fortune 500. Andrew Grove attributes this success to having a healthy...

 
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