2016 Summaries

Executive Summaries of the Best Business Books of 2016

  • Image of The Optimistic Workplace
    Image of The Optimistic Workplace

    Creating an Environment That Energizes Everyone

    by Shawn Murphy

    CEO of Switch & Shift Shawn Murphy argues that our best work is the product of a positive environment. In The Optimistic Workplace, using simple strategies, he demonstrates how a people-centric focus ignites employee potential, increases innovation and catapults an organization to higher performance.

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  • Image of Selfish, Scared and Stupid
    Image of Selfish, Scared and Stupid

    Stop Fighting Human Nature and Increase Your Performance, Engagement and Influence

    by Kieran Flanagan, Dan Gregory

    Behavioral research strategists Dan Gregory and Kieran Flanagan examine the basic instincts of fear, self-interest and simplicity and their impact on the success or failure of a company’s best ideas. They offer three interconnected principles that can be used to head off disengagement inside and outside of a company and to unlock human potential.

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  • Image of Project Management for Non-Project Managers
    Image of Project Management for Non-Project Managers

    by Jack Ferraro

    Functional managers with even basic project management (PM) knowledge are the best people for keeping projects business-focused. This new book demystifies the jargon and processes, encouraging managers to jump into the PM arena and arming them with strategies for increasing the business value created by their company's projects.

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