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The Six Disciplines of Breakthrough Learning Wick, Calhoun | Pollock, Roy | Jefferson, Andrew | Flanagan, Richard Pfeiffer , 2006 Human Resources, Personal Growth

Training and development is often viewed as expendable, a department that is nice to have when times are good, but one that organizations can do without when times are bad. This line of reasoning exists because many...

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Power Mentoring Ensher, Ellen E. | Murphy, Susan E. John Wiley & Sons, Inc. , 2006 Human Resources, Leadership Development, Personal Growth

Today, few employees spend their entire career at one company. Some people move from company to company in search of raises and promotions; while some move from project to project. Employment patterns have also changed...

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Built To Change. Lawler III, Edward E. | Worley, Christopher G. Jossey-Bass , 2006 Change Management, Innovation, Management

In Built to Change, Edward Lawler III and Christopher Worley address an important and ever-prevalent element of modern business that challenges organizations big and small, old and new. That immense issue is change,...

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Billy, Alfred, and General Motors Johnson, Lydia Brown AMACOM , 2006 Business Biographies, Entrepreneurship, Major Works

In the 1950s, GM was a juggernaut, dominating every market it entered and influencing American manufacturing, marketing, and even society like no other company, before nor since. Now, as the company approaches its...

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The Next Level Eblin, Scott Davies-Black Publishing , 2006 Human Resources, Management, Personal Growth

40 percent of new executives fail in their positions within eighteen months of promotion. Could it be that CEOs and executive teams have chosen the wrong person for the job nearly half the time? Scott Eblin doesn’t...

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Focus Like A Laser Beam Haneberg, Lisa L. Jossey-Bass , 2005 Personal Growth, Productivity

Focus is defined as concentrating energy on something, achieving a distinct vision, or attending to the right thing. Focus is purposeful, not accidental; and it is different than giving attention to something....

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The Art of Connecting Raines, Claire | Ewing, Lara AMACOM , 2006 Communication, Diversity, Personal Growth, Relationships

In every kind of business and in every industry, workplaces are becoming more diverse, which has important and challenging implications for communication and for relationship building. In The Art of Connecting...

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The Innovation Killer Barton Rabe, Cynthia AMACOM , 2006 Innovation

Forget conventional wisdom. Forget the thought that the more you know, the better off you’ll be. Forget the idea that knowledge and expertise are the only true routes to success and innovation in business. Education...

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The Source of Success Georgescu, Peter Jossey-Bass , 2005 Customer Focus, Leadership

According to Georgescu, the world has crossed into uncharted territory in which “too much of a good thing has become a permanent way of life.” For the first time in history, the supply of almost everything has begun to...

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The Triple Bottom Line Savitz, Andrew W. | Karl, Weber John Wiley & Sons, Inc. , 2006 Economics & Finance, Leadership, Management, Social Responsibility

In The Triple Bottom Line, authors Andrew Savitz and Karl Weber look at how businesses can prosper financially while protecting and renewing the social, environmental, and economic resources they need—...

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