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    Image of Free Agent Nation

    How America's New Independent Workers Are Transforming the Way We Live

    by Daniel H. Pink

    The Organization Man is dead. Long live the Free Agent. Pink explains the reasons for the development of widespread free agency and how it impacts your company and your industry.

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    How to Recapture Lost Customers - And Keep Them Loyal

    by Michael W. Lowenstein, Jill Griffin

    Don’t be fooled, warn the authors: No customer is truly safe from defection. Here’s a hands-on guide on winning back the customers you lost — and making your company defection-proof.

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    Image of The Agenda

    What Every Business Must Do to Dominate the Decade

    by Michael Hammer

    The author of Reengineering the Corporation presents nine core principles critical to contemporary corporate success. Among Hammer’s agenda items: “managing without structure” and “creating order where chaos reigns.”

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    Thriving Locally in the Global Economy

    by Rosabeth Moss Kanter

    The famed Harvard professor shows how to us the three C’s – concepts, competence, and connections – to prosper in the global economy. A priceless blueprint for achieving success in the next century.

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    Image of Kevin Trudeau's Mega Memory

    How to Release Your Superpower Memory in 30 Minutes or Less a Day

    by Kevin Trudeau

    Lost your keys lately? This summary will help you remember where they are. More important, it shows business uses of a good memory: remembering names and details, speaking to a group without notes, and gathering business intelligence.

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