ORGANIZATIONAL behavior

ORGANIZATIONAL behavior

 
The Strategy of Execution Mellon, Liz | Carter, Simon McGraw-Hill Education , 2014 Business Strategy

Nobody expects a freight train to make it up a steep hill without a powerful engine, but leaders often think that a strategy should be successful just because all the parts are in place and appear to fit well together...

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Execution Is the Strategy Stack, Laura Berrett-Koehler Publishers, Inc. , 2014 Business Strategy, Change Management, Leadership

Execution Is the Strategy by Laura Stack is a how-to manual for business leaders that will guide them as they develop their organizations and employees into becoming efficient and capable in today’s...

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Getting to It! Loflin, Jones | Musig, Todd HarperCollins , 2013 Productivity

Everyone is busy, but many people and organizations still seem to fail at progressing toward their goals. The root cause is a failure to focus on the most Important Thing (IT). In Getting to It!, Jones...

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Your Brain at Work Rock, David HarperCollins Publishers , 2009 Personal Growth, Productivity

The modern workforce is made up of increasing numbers of knowledge professionals: people employed to solve problems, make decisions, and be creative. These people can benefit greatly by understanding the brain’s...

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Stealing the Corner Office Reid, Brendan Career Press , 2014 Leadership Development, Personal Growth

Many people develop their concepts of how success is achieved through the lens of Hollywood rags-to-riches movies, which begin with hard work, include lots of talent and passion, and end with fame and fortune. However...

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The Power of Paradox Schroeder-Saulnier, Deborah The Career Press, Inc. , 2014 Change Management, Innovation

In The Power of Paradox, Deborah Schroeder-Saulnier presents a compelling argument in favor of paradox thinking. She argues that finding balance between paradoxical points of view can provide an...

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Who Kidnapped Excellence? Paul, Henry | Britt, John | Jent, Ed Berrett-Koehler Publishers, Inc. , 2014 Productivity

Most companies want excellence to be an integral part of their company cultures, but how people perceive excellence at the outset of a new job or company initiative can subtly degrade over time. Both at work and in...

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Personality Power Zichy, Shoya | Bidou, Ann AMACOM , 2013 Personal Growth, Relationships

Shoya Zichy created the personality assessment model known as Color Q, which organizes human behaviors into four basic personality temperaments: Gold, Green, Red, and Blue. In Personality Power,...

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A Culture of Purpose Lueneburger, Christoph HarperBusiness , 2013 Business Strategy

In A Culture of Purpose, Christoph Lueneburger relates how leadership today faces the complex task of building a culture of purpose to power organizations. Pursuing a purpose rooted in commercial...

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Tipping Sacred Cows Breeden, Jake Jossey-Bass , 2013 Management, Productivity

Every person and profession possesses cherished guidelines that are seemingly impenetrable. Tipping Sacred Cows by Jake Breeden examines these conventional wisdoms of business and exposes how long-...

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