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What Matters Now Hamel, Gary Jossey-Bass , 2012 Change Management

In What Matters Now, author Gary Hamel presents compelling reasons to change the management model of the 20th century in order to succeed in the 21st century. The traditional management style has grown...

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What Millennials Want from Work Deal, Jennifer J. | Levenson, Alec McGraw-Hill Education , 2016 Management

Millennials, individuals born between 1980 and 2000, have been branded in the workplace as spoiled, lazy, and entitled. To successfully engage with the misunderstood Millennial generation, managers must determine who...

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What Really Counts for CEOs Borenstein, Gal S. Borenstein Executive University Press , 2009 Marketing

At the end of the day, the CEO must determine what is and isn't working for in his or her company, and act accordingly. Yet, trapped by old-school...

 
 
What Stays in Vegas Tanner, Adam PublicAffairs , 2014 Technology

The incessant gathering, analyzing, and processing of personal information the digital era has enabled is both creating new and lucrative business opportunities and posing some serious privacy concerns. In What...

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What the CEO Wants You to Know Charan, Ram Random House , 2001 Business Strategy

From running a multi-billion dollar business to selling fruit on the street, the CEO and the vendor share the same street-smart instincts or "business acumen" that are the essential skills to running a business...

 
 
What the Customer Wants You to Know Charan, Ram The Penguin Group , 2008 Customer Focus

The sales process used by most companies today has changed very little through the decades. Their methods for selling are still rooted in a time when supplies were tight and vendors held the cards, when orders had to...

 
 
What the U.S. Can Learn from China Lee, Ann Berrett-Koehler Publishers , 2012 Business Strategy, Global Business

In What the U.S. Can Learn from China, Ann Lee discusses ways in which the United States can improve its economy, governance, and confidence by looking to China. The U.S. economy is the worst since the...

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What to Ask the Person in the Mirror Kaplan, Robert Steven Harvard Business School Publishing Corporation , 2011 Personal Growth

The ability to reflect and ask astute questions is an often overlooked skill in business. Some people mistakenly believe inquiry is a sign of weakness when, in fact, it is a critical practice for both individuals and...

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What to Ask the Person in the Mirror (Chinese) Kaplan, Robert Steven Harvard Business School Publishing Corporation , 2011 Chinese

The ability to reflect and ask astute questions is an often overlooked skill in business. Some people mistakenly believe inquiry is a sign of weakness when, in fact, it is a critical...

 
 
What To Do When There's Too Much To Do Stack, Laura Berrett-Koehler Publishers, Inc. , 2012 Productivity

Today’s fast-paced and high-pressured business environment often requires workers to spend sixty, seventy, eighty, or more hours per week on the job. Unfortunately, productivity tends to decrease as work hours increase...

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