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Emerging Markets Pacek, Nenad | Thorniley, Daniel Profile Books Ltd. , 2007 Business Strategy, Global Business

For a long time, many companies viewed under-developed markets as a strategic afterthought and, for the most part, tackled them in an opportunistic way. Though this partly explains why so many companies ended up...

 
 
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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Driving Change Brewster, Mike | Dalzell, Frederick Hyperion Books , 2007 Change Management, Innovation, Management

The presence of UPS--both domestically and internationally--is unmistakable. After all, the package delivery and logistics corporation tracks over fifteen million packages daily. But UPS has not always been the...

 
 
Leadership Without Borders Cohen, Ed John Wiley & Sons, Inc. , 2007 Global Business, Leadership, Management

Today, the working world is smaller and much more integrated. Home base for a business isn’t necessarily one’s home country, and leadership may often take business professionals out of their cultural comfort zones....

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The Solution-Centric Organization Eades, Keith M. | Kear, Robert E. McGraw-Hill , 2006 Customer Focus, Marketing

Simply bundling products and services and targeting different market segments does not mean a company is selling solutions. Being solution-centric means that an organization defines itself by the problems solved for...

 
 
Coaching For Improved Work Performance Fournies, Ferdinand F. McGraw-Hill , 2000 Human Resources, Leadership Development, Management, Productivity

Coaching is a powerful technique for motivating employees to change their behavior. In Coaching For Improved Work Performance, Ferdinand Fournies shows managers how to become skilled coaches and to face the challenges...

 
 
Click Fraser, George C. McGraw-Hill , 2008 Management, Personal Growth, Relationships

In "Click," author George C. Fraser reveals offers anyone longing for meaningful connections in and out of the office Ten Truths regarding how to find their social voice, cultivate their beneficial offerings to others...

 
 
Innovation Nation Kao, John The Free Press , 2007 Business Strategy, Human Resources, Innovation

Global competition is fiercer than ever as countries race each other to be the innovation leader. The United States has long held this role, but other countries are encroaching on its status. In Innovation...

 
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