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Investing In a Post-Enron World Jorion, Paul McGraw-Hill , 2003 Economics & Finance

The high-profile implosions of America's top corporations like Enron, and the questionable accounting methods of Arthur Andersen, forces investors to become wary of a company's ethical standards, and creates a need for...

 
 
The Experience Effect Joseph, Jim AMACOM , 2010 Customer Focus, Marketing

Customer decisions are based on more than price or product; they are founded on every detail of the purchasing experience, including the salesperson, the message, the interaction, and the website. When these factors...

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Teaching An Anthill To Fetch Joyce, Stephen James Mighty Small Books Publishing , 2007 Leadership, Management

Whether working with a small group of five people or a big organization of 100 or 1,000 people, one major challenge facing today's leaders and business managers is how to get their team to deal with change in a...

 
 
Social Media at Work Jue, Arthur L. | Marr, Jackie Alcalde | Kassotakis, Mary Ellen Jossey-Bass , 2010 Business Strategy, Technology

Today’s workforce is more diverse than ever, and in order to succeed, savvy businesses are looking to the emerging world of social media to help employees build relationships and solve problems together. In ...

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Making Work Work Julie Morgenstern Julie Morgenstern , 2004 Management

Making Work Work is a book about how to effectively handle dilemmas and hardships that an employee might experience in an ordinary work environment....

 
 
Getting Change Right Kahan, Seth Jossey-Bass , 2010 Change Management

In Getting Change Right, author Seth Kahan demonstrates to leaders and managers that the way to successful, authentic change is through engagement—connecting with people, listening to their ideas, and...

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Getting Innovation Right Kahan, Seth Jossey-Bass , 2013 Innovation

In Getting Innovation Right, executive strategy consultant Seth Kahan refutes the conventional perception of innovation as a hit-or-miss, freewheeling endeavor. From his years of experience working...

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How to Sell Anything to Anyone Anytime Kahle, Dave Career Press , 2011 Customer Focus, Entrepreneurship

Too often salespeople get mired in the details of a deal and the product they are touting and forget to focus on the key component of a transaction—the customer. In How to Sell Anything to Anyone Anytime...

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Quiet Influence Kahnweiler, Jennifer B. Berrett-Koehler Publishers, Inc. , 2013 Personal Growth, Relationships

In today’s workplace, it often seems that extroverts get all the attention, and all the success. Consequently, many introverts resort to pretending to be extroverts in order to get ahead. Jennifer Kahnweiler contends...

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The Introverted Leader Kahnweiler,, Jennifer B. Berrett-Koehler , 2009 Leadership, Personal Growth

In an outgoing, Type-A business culture, the introvert may feel excluded, overlooked, and misunderstood. Reticence can be mistaken for reluctance, arrogance, or even lack of intelligence. These impressions can result...

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