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Without Their Permission Ohanian, Alexis Hachette Book Group , 2013 Entrepreneurship

The Internet has forever changed the world; it has connected people in ways never before possible and upended traditional business models with grassroots innovation. With a laptop, a good idea, and dedicated effort,...

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Wolf in CIO's Clothing (Chinese) Nunno, Tina Bibliomotion, Inc. , 2015 Chinese

As Tina Nunno explains in The Wolf in CIO's Clothing, many CIOs turn to technology to creatively and strategically achieve a competitive advantage, and they want IT leaders who will lead...

 
 
Women Breaking Through Swiss, Deborah J. Peterson's/Pacesetter Books , 1996 Diversity, Human Resources

Deborah J. Swiss began researching Women Breaking Through with the intention of showcasing organizations that are making a real effort to remove the career roadblocks faced by women at work. But only 17 percent of the...

 
 
Women Lead the Way Tarr-Whelan, Linda Berrett-Koehler Publishers , 2009 Diversity, Leadership

Linda Tarr-Whelan makes the case in Women Lead the Way that having more women leaders will make a positive difference for everyone. Their management skills and techniques match the 21st century...

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Woo, Wow, and Win Stewart, Thomas A. | Connell, Patricia O. HarperCollins Publishers , 2016 Customer Focus

In Woo, Wow, and Win: Service Design, Strategy, and the Art of Customer Delight, Thomas A. Stewart and Patricia O’Connell teach organizational leaders how to align their strategy and enhance customer...

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Words That Work Luntz, Dr. Frank Hyperion Books , 2007 Communication, Leadership, Personal Growth

Communication is about the effective use of language in the context of understanding the audience. The best product or service can have a great slogan or advertisement, but the message fails if the communicator does...

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Work Happy Geisler, Jill Hachette Book Group , 2012 Leadership Development

Most managers do not have the benefit of specialized training when they are promoted into their first leadership roles. High performers are often tapped to head their teams, but what makes people good at their jobs is...

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Work Like a Spy Carleson, J. C. Penguin Group , 2013 Personal Growth

In Work Like a Spy, J.C. Carleson taps into her experience as both a seasoned CIA clandestine officer and a corporate executive to illustrate the different ways professionals can use the fundamentals...

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Work Makes Me Nervous Berent, Jonathan | Lemley, Amy John Wiley & Sons, Inc. , 2010 Personal Growth

Many people experience anxiety on the job. This problem affects employees at every level of organizations, from entry-level workers to senior executives. Although workplace anxiety can be debilitating, it does not have...

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Work Reimagined Leider, Richard J. | Shapiro, David A. Berrett-Koehler Publishers, Inc. , 2015 Economics & Finance

In Work Reimagined, Richard J. Leider and David A. Shapiro urge people to develop a new vision for their work. They offer methods to help people uncover their individual callings rather than simply...

 
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