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The Way We're Working Isn't Working Schwartz, Tom | Gomes, Jean | McCarthy, Catherine Free Press , 2010 Productivity

Today’s highly competitive business world has led to a work environment where people feel a constant sense of urgency. Unfortunately, this atmosphere reduces employee creativity, engagement, and performance. In...

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The Business of Being the Best Fletcher, Molly | Spizman, Justin Jossey-Bass , 2012 Personal Growth

In every field there are certain individuals that excel and demonstrate outstanding performance. Many aspire to emulate these leaders, but are unsure how to attain their goal. In The Business of Being the Best...

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The IKEA Edge Dahlvig, Andrews The McGraw-Hill Companies , 2012 Business Biographies

After serving as the CEO for ten years, Anders Dahlvig retired from Ikea in 2009. He began his career there in 1983 when the company was undergoing significant global expansion. In his book The IKEA Edge...

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Leading with Honor Ellis, Lee 2012 Leadership

Leading with Honor is comprised of a personal narrative which provides details on the experiences of Lee Ellis as a prisoner of war (POW) for more than five years during the Vietnam War, as well as the...

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Media, Markets, and Morals Spence, Edward H. | Alexandra, Andrew | Quinn, Aaron | Dunn, Anne Wiley-Blackwell , 2011 Communication, Technology

In Media, Markets, and Morals, the authors suggest that as technology rapidly advances, the nature of media communication changes drastically as well. Because the media, or those who dissemination and...

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Making Learning Stick Carnes, Barbara ASTD Press , 2010 Leadership Development

In Making Learning Stick, author Barbara Carnes presents a dynamic guide for taking skills learned during training and transferring them into the workplace. Transfer of training is defined as the...

 
 
Fake "Work" Peterson, Brent D. | Nielson, Gaylan W. Gallery Books , 2009 Business Strategy, Productivity

People routinely spend long hours writing proposals, filling out paperwork, or sitting in meetings at work only to wonder if their hard work has achieved anything. In other words, many employees are caught in a trap of...

 
 
Common Sense Training Collins, Jr. Arthur S. Presidio Press , 1978 Leadership Development

Being well trained and well disciplined is critical to any successful army, but too commonly training is neglected or conducted poorly. According to Lt. General Arthur S. Collins, Jr., military leaders have a...

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Little Bets Sims, Peter Free Press , 2011 Innovation

Experimental innovators use trial and error based approaches to reach breakthroughs in iterative ways. Peter Sims, a former venture capital investor, believes that most successful entrepreneurs work in this nonlinear...

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The Accidental Sales Manager Lytle, Chris John Wiley & Sons, Inc. , 2011 Management

In The Accidental Sales Manager, Chris Lytle aims to help sales managers get out of the “sales management trap,” and become more effective at their jobs. Selling and sales management are two different...

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