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    The Art of Using Information Technology Effectively

    by David Andrews, Kenneth R. Johnson

    In jargon-free language, Andrews and Johnson explain how managers can get the most out of their IT investment. The authors focus on successfully managing IT projects, including controlling project scope.

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    Inside IBM's Historic Turnaround

    by Louis Gerstner Jr.

    The visionary former chairman and CEO of IBM gives his detailed, insider account of the now-legendary turnaround at the giant computer company. Among the lessons you will learn: If it’s broken, fix it; if it’s not broken, fix it anyway.

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    The 11 Management Principles That Made Fedex an Overnight Sensation

    by James Wetherbe

    It took FedEx only twenty-three years to grow from inception to worldwide leader in overnight delivery. The key to its remarkable success lies in its eleven guiding principles.

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    72 Ways to Make Good, Smart, Quick Decision in Any Meeting

    by Ava Butler

    Do your meetings produce results or waste time? These seventy-two techniques for planning, conducting, and evaluating meetings will get results.

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    How the Process-Centered Organization Is Changing Our Work and Our Lives

    by Michael Hammer

    Reengineered corporations focus on processes rather than individuals. Hammer looks at the effect these processes have on corporations, their work forces, and society.

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