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Focus Like A Laser Beam Haneberg, Lisa L. Jossey-Bass , 2005 Personal Growth, Productivity

Focus is defined as concentrating energy on something, achieving a distinct vision, or attending to the right thing. Focus is purposeful, not accidental; and it is different than giving attention to something....

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The Must-Have Customer Gordman, Robert | Brott, Armin St. Martin's Press , 2006 Customer Focus, Marketing

Winning and keeping the right customers is the key to sustaining increased profitability and growth. According to Gordman, customers fall into one of two categories: core customers and opportunistic customers. Core...

 
 
Legal Guide for Small Business Stein, Robert A. Robert A. Stein , 2000 Business Strategy, Management

Owning your own business is one of the surest ways to establish financial security for you and your family. Whether you have been in business for a...

 
 
7 Moments That Define Excellent Leaders Colan, Lee J. Lee J. Colan, CornerStone Leadership Institute , 2006 Leadership

A Moment To Commit: Giving your all-time best: Giving your best always gets the best results. A total commitment creates...

 
 
People-Focused Knowledge Management Wiig, Karl Elsevier, Inc. , 2004 Management, Marketing

This book is based on the fundamental belief that in order to build a great enterprise, developing people knowledge is a must. It presents management...

 
 
The Culture Code Rapaille, Clotaire Broadway Books , 2006 Major Works, Marketing

For 30 years, Dr. Clotaire Rapaille has used a revolutionary idea to improve the bottom line of such diverse companies as Chrysler, Procter & Gamble, GE, AT&T, Boeing, Honda, Kellogg, and L’Oreal. This...

 
 
The Well-Timed Strategy Navarro, Peter Wharton School Publishing , 2006 Management

When plotting strategy to achieve competitive advantage, many companies fail to take into account the importance of the business cycle. The business cycle revolves around economic movements that ebb and flow between...

 
 
The Enthusiastic Employee Sirota, David | Mischkind, Louis A. | Meltzer, Michael Irwin Pearson Education, Inc. , 2005 Human Resources, Productivity

Companies must pay attention to their bottom lines, but many companies lose sight of the fact that paying attention to their employees will positively impact their bottom line. What motivates employees to perform, to...

 
 
Small Giants Burlingham, Bo The Penguin Group , 2006 Entrepreneurship, Social Responsibility

Earning a good return on investment or just being big does not equal great. “Small Giants” want to be great at what they do. They aim to provide a great place to work, offer great customer service, maintain great...

 
 
Working With You is Killing Me Crowley, Katherine | Elster, Kathi Warner Business Books , 2006 Management

In a perfect world, businesses would run as they were presented in company brochures and portfolios-- performing as lean, mean, profit-making machines, with all its departments and people united as one mind, moving...

 
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