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Hooked Dolan, Gabrielle | Naidu, Yamini John Wiley & Sons, Inc. , 2013 Communication

A leader’s level of influence is determined by their ability to engage and inspire others into action. Unfortunately, most leaders do not know how to engage others. They do not realize that by purposefully sharing...

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Hoover's Vision Hoover, Gary Texere , 2001 Management

To be able to build and sustain a successful business, you have to come up with strategies, plans, and goals based on new and innovative ideas. Author...

 
 
Hope Is Not a Strategy Page, Rick Nautilus Press , 2002 Customer Focus, Marketing

Product commodification, disintermediation, e-commerce, customer relationship management, and business partnering are the major selling transformations that are rapidly changing traditional business-to-business buyer-...

 
 
Hot Spots Gratton, Lynda Berrett-Koehler Publishers , 2007 Human Resources, Innovation, Management, Productivity, Teams

According to Gratton, Hot Spots are places and times—workplaces, teams, departments, companies, factories, cities, industries, coffee shops, hallways, and/or conferences—where people work in exceptionally creative and...

 
 
Hot, Flat, and Crowded Friedman, Thomas L. Farrar, Straus and Giroux , 2008 Global Business, Major Works

Global warming, the rise of the middle class and rapid population growth are making the world hot, flat and crowded. In Hot, Flat, and Crowded, author Thomas Friedman explains that these challenges...

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Hothouse Earth Gribbin, John Grove Weidenfeld , 1991 Business Biographies, Global Business, Social Responsibility

Hothouse Earth draws our attention to the disastrous effects of human activity on the environment. By examining global warming against the background of natural climatic processes, Gribbin provides a...

 
 
How Seidman, Dov John Wiley & Sons, Inc. , 2008 Leadership, Management, Personal Growth

Krazy George Henderson, on an October day in 1981 at Oakland Stadium, invented the sweep of crowd enthusiasm now known as the Wave. His seemingly trivial feat of coordinating humans to work together toward a common...

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How Companies Win Kash, Rick | Calhoun, David HarperCollins Publishers , 2010 Business Strategy

Between the end of World War II and the start of the 21st century, most companies could survive and thrive simply by growing at the same pace as the gross domestic product (GDP) and steadily cutting their supply chain...

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How Digital Is Your Business? Slywotzky, Adrian J. | Morrison, David J. | Weber, Karl Crown Publishing , 2000 Major Works, Technology

Digitization is the most important issue in business today. Traditional old-economy companies must avoid falling prey to the unprecedented forces of creative destruction unleashed by the digital economy. For e-...

 
 
How Disruption Brought Order Dru, Jean-Marie Palgrave Macmillan Books , 2007 Management

It finds its way into your business meetings. It punctuates your speech, shapes your way of thinking, and guides your company's direction....

 
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