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  • Image of In Good Company
    Image of In Good Company

    How Social Capital Makes Organizations Work

    by Laurence Prusak, Don Cohen

    Cohen and Prusak explain how to build up the human connections (based on trust, mutual understanding and shared values and behaviors) that make up your company’s social capital — a critical challenge in the age of globalization, free agency and the virtual workplace.

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    Understanding the New Currency of Business

    by Thomas H. Davenport, John C. Beck

    In today’s information-rich business world, the scarcest resource is not talent or technology — it’s attention. Managers face a double challenge: to learn how to get and hold the attention of employees and consumers and to learn when to parcel out their own valuable attention. This summary shows how capturing, managing and holding attention is key to the success of your business.

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  • Image of Speed Review: Stock Options
    Image of Speed Review: Stock Options

    Negotiating Shares and Terms in Incentive and Nonqualified Plans

    by Tom Taulli

    Bloomberg Press, 231 pages

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  • Image of Stress for Success
    Image of Stress for Success

    by James Loehr

    Don't moan about stress; make it work for you. Here's an optimistic, productive approach to a growing problem in industry.

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  • Image of Intellectual Capital
    Image of Intellectual Capital

    The New Wealth of Organizations

    by Thomas Stewart

    Stewart says too many firms today think only of physical and financial assets. They ignore their intellectual capital, the talents of their employees, their information about customers and suppliers, their patents. He will show you how to evaluate them-- and make them grow.

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