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    Image of Confidence

    How Winning Streaks and Losing Streaks Begin and End

    by Rosabeth Moss Kanter

    Presidents, managers, coaches and even individuals have the power to choose how they deal with a loss, and whether they are going to allow it to be the beginning of a trend, or have the confidence to learn how to win next time. By studying winning and losing teams, companies and organizations, Harvard Business School Professor Rosabeth Moss Kanter has found the keys to confidence and the way to find it when it is lost. Confidence presents the new theory and practice of success, and expl

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    How Gatorade Turned the Science of Sweat Into a Cultural Phenomenon

    by Darren Rovell

    First in Thirst chronicles the rise of the sports-drink industry and the near-monopoly that Gatorade has built and maintained through savvy marketing and branding strategies. In this summary, business journalist Darren Rovell offers an inside look at the negotiations, battles, lawsuits, mergers and acquisitions, product strategies, lucky breaks, and even the missteps that have attended Gatorade’s reign as the 800-pound gorilla of the sports-drink scene.

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    Image of Managing Customers as Investments

    The Strategic Value of Customers in the Long Run

    by Donald Lehmann, Sunil Gupta

    In Managing Customers as Investments, business professors Sunil Gupta and Donald R. Lehmann offer a set of tools that shows you the correlation between your customer assets and the value of your firm. They explain the triggers that drive this value, and how to better manage your customers and, as a result, your shareholders’ wealth. They unlock the metrics, show you where you are and where you’re going, and provide you with the tools and tips to make your customer-related efforts more e

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    Building Corporate Culture in the Connected Workplace

    by Ray Bender, Peg Neuhauser, Kirk L. Stromberg

    In the age of the Internet, many corporate cultures don’t match up with how people are required to work in the new economy. Here’s a road map for changing your company culture so it will help rather hinder your company’s transformation.

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    Image of Keeping the People Who Keep You in Business

    24 Ways to Hang on to Your Most Valuable Talent

    by Leigh Branham

    With the specific and solid practices in this book, Branham helps you focus on doing what you need to do to retain the employees you most want to keep. Key #1: Be a company people want to work for.

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    Image of The Strategy-Focused Organization

    How Balanced Scorecard Companies Thrive in the New Business Environment

    by Robert S. Kaplan, David P. Norton

    Developers of the Balanced Scorecard, Kaplan and Norton offer five principles to help companies transform this groundbreaking performance management tool into a tool for creating a strategy-driven performance management company.

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    Image of The Mind of The Strategist

    The Art of Japanese Business

    by Kenichi Ohmae

    The legendary Kenichi Ohmae, head of McKinsey's Tokyo office, teaches the basic elements of business strength.

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  • Image of Networking With The Affluent
    Image of Networking With The Affluent

    by Thomas Stanley

    Many a ho-hum producer has turned into a sales star by learning to sell to the affluent. But you've got to understand the wealthy and support their efforts before they'll buy from you. Here's what you need to know.

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