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Global Squeeze Longworth, Richard C. Contemporary Books , 1998 Economics & Finance, Global Business

The world is a fundamentally changed place in which the old Cold War paradigms have disappeared. As the world moves beyond interdependency to the wholly new phenomenon of globalization, these changes are most evident...

 
 
The Legacy Leader Lopez, Anthony 1st Books , 2004 Human Resources, Leadership, Personal Growth

Because of recent events in our society, especially in the world of business, many no longer expect leaders, in any arena, to be people of integrity, but accept flawed character as business as usual and of no real...

 
 
Converge Lord, Bob | Velez, Ray John Wiley & Sons, Inc. , 2013 Innovation, Marketing, Technology

Marketing and technology can no longer be viewed as two separate functions in an organization. In this rapidly changing world, technology is a big part of everyone’s worlds regardless of their roles. It is necessary to...

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The Future of Boards Lorsch, Jay W. (editor) Harvard Business School Publishing Corporation , 2012 Business Strategy, Leadership

As business becomes increasingly global, corporations are becoming more complex, therefore effective governance is vital to their continued existence. In The Future of Boards, Jay W. Lorsch, professor...

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The Purpose Linked Organization Love, Alaina | Cugnon, Marc McGraw-Hill , 2009 Business Strategy, Leadership, Teams

The key to high performance in the workplace goes beyond traditional “hard skills” — passion is an essential element of productivity. Employees who are able to identify a “passion and purpose” in their lives experience...

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Google Speaks Lowe, Janet John Wiley & Sons, Inc. , 2009 Business Biographies

Google founders Sergey Brin and Larry Page have been called the “lords of all information,” the “Thomas Edisons of the Internet,” and the twin “Princes of High Technology” for creating what Time magazine in 2006 called...

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Sense and Nonsense in Corporate Finance Lowenstein, Louis1,2 Addison-Wesley , 1991 Economics & Finance

Beginning with a set of 12 financial rules that reflects the harsh lessons of the 1980s, Lowenstein brings purpose and good sense to corporate finance. The book follows two fictional business executives (a CEO and a...

 
 
Buffett Lowenstein, Roger Random House , 1995 Business Biographies

Carl Sandburg’s Pulitzer Prize winning multivolume biography of Abraham Lincoln won acclaim for its colorful depiction of American history and the common man and was once required reading in high schools and...

 
 
The Collaboration Economy Lowitt, Eric Jossey-Bass , 2013 Business Strategy, Economics & Finance

In The Collaboration Economy, Eric Lowitt puts forth a call to action for the public, private, and social sectors to work together to improve the environment, the economy, and ultimately, the world....

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No Problem Lowy, Alex AuthorHouse , 2007 Productivity

Problem-solving models are not new. However, they can be complex, with unclear techniques and methods that may not actually help people define a problem, and then recognize the habits and patterns that can get in the...

 
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