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If I Knew Then What I Know Now Edler, Richard G.P. Putnam's Sons , 1996 Leadership, Personal Growth

Edler asked 150 CEOs and top executives from the worlds of business, advertising, entertainment, politics, education, journalism, religion, science, industry, etc., the simple question: "What do you know now that you...

 
 
Working the Shadow Side Egan, Gerard The Human Element , 1994 Management, Productivity

Much has been written about the processes and systems that drive organizations and the ways and means of making them more effective. What is rarely discussed, and certainly not in any great detail, are the covert...

 
 
Doing Business in Asia's Booming "China Triangle" Engholm, Christopher Prentice Hall Press , 1994 Global Business

Ample business opportunities exist in the Chinese market, but they are not quickly or easily obtained. The most frustrating obstacle is the country’s lack of buying power relative to its huge population, which remains...

 
 
Tyranny of the Bottom Line Estes, Ralph Berrett-Kohler , 1996 Social Responsibility

The manner in which America’s corporate system works today has at last called into question the corporation’s silent domination over much of society. Although most concede that business needs to make a profit,...

 
 
Inside the Harvard Business School Ewing, David W. Random House , 1991 Business Biographies

Inside the Harvard Business School is a unique profile of the institution and its methods. In this book, professors discuss what and how they teach, and graduates detail what they learned and how it...

 
 
Clockspeed. Fine, Charles H. Perseus Books , 1998 Innovation, Management, Productivity

Clockspeed grew out of Charles Fine’s study of the strategic impact of supply-chain strategy on competitive advantage. Fine decided that instead of monitoring the supply chains of slowly evolving businesses, he would...

 
 
Work Without Managers Fisher Jr., James R. The Delta Group , 1991 Human Resources, Management

In Work Without Managers, Fisher attempts to awaken professional/technical workers to the power and influence they possess to enact change. He also addresses the managers who want to know what their professional...

 
 
Lure the Tiger Out of the Mountains Gao Yuan Simon & Schuster , 1991 Global Business, Innovation, Management

In Lure the Tiger Out of the Mountains, Yuan weaves history, inspirational experiences, and how-to guidelines into a concise, articulate package. Chinese traditions and philosophies found in this work...

 
 
Leading Minds Gardner, Howard | Laskin, Emma BasicBooks , 1995 Leadership

In this era in which good leaders are sorely needed, Gardner’s intuitive diagnosis stands as a valuable contribution to the understanding of the essential nature and processes of leadership-it is a contribution that...

 
 
Beating the Odds Goldenson, Leonard H. | Wolf, Marvin J. Charles Scribner's Sons , 1991 Business Biographies, Management

Beating the Odds offers a lesson in leadership in which we are shown how one man was the living embodiment of innovation, change, continuing improvement, empowerment, integrity, and vision. It is a case history whose...

 
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