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Behind Every Good Decision Jain, Piyanka | Sharma, Puneet AMACOM , 2015 Leadership, Management

Business decisions made without the proper data analysis can be catastrophic. The key word is “analysis.” Businesses often use data to make decisions, but do not take the time or effort to move through a structured...

 
 
Critical Knowledge Transfer Leonard, Dorothy | Swap, Walter | Barton, Gavin Harvard Business School Publishing Corporation , 2015 Leadership Development

A large number of company experts are approaching retirement age, and companies are increasingly onboarding millennials into key technical positions. However, as Dorothy Leonard, Walter Swap, and Gavin Barton explain...

 
 
The 10X Rule Cardone, Grant John Wiley & Sons, Inc. , 2011 Personal Growth

People have long sought a definitive answer to why some people succeed in life and in business and why others do not. While there are no shortcuts or magic bullets to achieving success, author Grant Cardone believes he...

 
 
Engaged Leadership Swindall, Clint John Wiley & Sons, Inc. , 2011 Leadership, Management

Employee disengagement undoubtedly exists today, although productivity is high by historical standards. Employees may seem more engaged in their work, but they may also be working hard out of fear of job loss or just...

 
 
Primal Teams Barretta, Jackie AMACOM , 2015 Teams

In Primal Teams, Jackie Barretta explains how primal emotions are the fuel for optimal performance. Logical and analytical thinking are important, but they are sharpest when powered by primal emotions...

 
 
The Gen Z Effect Koulopoulos, Thomas | Keldsen, Dan Bibliomotion, Inc. , 2014 Diversity, Relationships

Gen Z (the generation born ten years before or after 2005) is changing the world. In The Gen Z Effect, however, Thomas Koulopoulos and Dan Keldsen show how a person’s year of birth does not need to...

 
 
Brief McCormack, Joseph John Wiley & Sons, Inc. , 2014 Communication

The more people become inundated with messages and new mediums for relaying them, the more distracted they become. As a result, most people will tune out anyone who adds too much information, interruption, time, or...

 
 
Conversational Capacity Weber, Craig McGraw-Hill , 2013 Communication

Some teams are good at handling routine problems, but fall apart when faced with difficult situations, while other teams can succeed when dealing with the stickiest problems. The differentiating factor is the amount of...

 
 
The Brain Sell Lewis, Dr. David Nicholas Brealey Publishing , 2013 Customer Focus, Marketing

In the last 50 years, neuroscience has made tremendous strides in understanding the brain, even developing techniques to measure people’s thoughts and emotions in real time. For advertisers and marketers, brain...

 
 
The CEO Difference Benton, D A. McGraw-Hill Education , 2014 Leadership

The most important concept in career success is differentiating oneself from the crowd. That concept can be broken down further into three parts: thinking, presentation, and action. In The CEO Difference...

 
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