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Socialnomics Qualman, Erik John Wiley & Sons, Inc. , 2009 Customer Focus, Marketing, Technology

Social networking is expanding at an exceedingly rapid rate and has resulted in a revolution in the way people relate to one another and to corporations. In Socialnomics, Erik Qualman shows how easy it...

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Chasing the Rabbit Spear, Steven J. McGraw-Hill , 2009 Business Strategy, Entrepreneurship, Leadership

In Chasing the Rabbit, Steven J. Spear explores the characteristics of organizations that are consistently leaders in their field. In business, it is common to see industries in which one or two...

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12: The Elements of Great Managing Wagner, Rodd | Harter, PH.D., James K. Gallup Press , 2006 Management

Engaged, talented employees are a company’s greatest resource. Yet many mangers fail, through both neglect and ignorance, to bring out the best in their workforce. To determine the crucial components of great...

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Allies or Adversaries Holm, Craig E. Health Administration Press , 2004 Health Care

Since its inception in the early part of the 20th century, the medical staff organization has allowed physicians to have some say in the running of hospitals and has acted as an overseeing body for granting credentials...

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Feeding Your Leadership Pipeline Tobin, Daniel R. ASTD Press , 2010 Leadership Development

In the coming years, the business industry in the United States will face an important transition. By 2030, 78 million baby boomers will turn 65, the common retirement age. Feeding Your Leadership Pipeline...

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Always a Winner Navarro, Peter John Wiley & Sons, Inc. , 2009 Business Strategy, Economics & Finance

In Always a Winner, Peter Navarro makes the case that a recession can be substantially more damaging to an organization that any 10 competitors. He presents a comprehensive guide for executives to...

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How Risky Is It, Really? Ropeik, David McGraw-Hill , 2010 Management, Personal Growth

In How Risky Is It, Really?, David Ropeik discusses how the human brain determines whether a person is at risk and the methods it takes to reach that conclusion. Today, significant advances in...

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Knowledge Management Basics Gabour, Christee ASTD Press , 2009 Productivity, Technology

Every single company has a wealth of useful information, whether they realize it or not. Knowledge Management Basics takes organizations through a step-by-step analysis of what it takes to create,...

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Transforming Toxic Leaders Goldman, Alan Stanford University Press , 2009 Leadership, Relationships

Stories about corporations in crisis and seismic meltdowns of corporate leaders are not new. Toxic or dysfunctional leaders are often at the center of corporate controversy and are frequently viewed as the sole villain...

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The Necessary Revolution Senge, Peter | Smith, Bryan | Kruschwitz, Nina | Laur, Joe | Schley, Sara Broadway Business , 2011 Social Responsibility

The Industrial Age is coming to an end, and business leaders across the globe are beginning to understand the need for revolutionary changes that will create a regenerative world. In The Necessary Revolution...

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