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  • Image of The Cluetrain Manifesto
    Image of The Cluetrain Manifesto

    The End of Business As Usual

    by Rick Levine, David Weinberger, Christopher Locke, Doc Searls

    What if the Web marketplace is not really based on click-throughs, cookies and credit cards, but on conversations between human beings, all linked through a network that was created by many and controlled by no one? That is the central question of The Cluetrain Manifesto, a revolutionary way of looking at working that makes hash of corporate assumptions about the nature of online business.

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  • Image of The Channel Advantage
    Image of The Channel Advantage

    Going to Market with Multiple Sales Channels

    by Timothy R. Furey, Lawrence G. Friedman

    Today, many leading companies are putting at least as much effort and creativity into how they go to market as into what they bring to market. Companies have a wide variety of options for connecting products with customers, and each channel has its strengths as well as weaknesses. Friedman and Furey describe how to build a high-performance, competitive multi-channel system that will set your company apart from its competitors.

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  • Image of Reengineering The Corporation
    Image of Reengineering The Corporation

    A Manifesto for Business Revolution

    by Michael Hammer, Jim Champy

    Forget about incremental improvement. Here’s how to make quantum leaps in performance by analyzing and redesigning your work practices. This is your guide to remaining competitive.

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  • Image of Overcoming Resistance
    Image of Overcoming Resistance

    A Practical Guide to Producing Change in the Workplace

    by Jerald Jellison

    Who gives you the most trouble on the job? Resisters -- subordinates and peers who make excuses, complain, and find creative ways to avoid work and responsibility. Jellison's meet-them-head-on method to get cooperation isn't pretty, but it works.

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  • Image of The Change Masters
    Image of The Change Masters

    by Rosabeth Moss Kanter

    Have trouble adapting to organizational changes? This summary, aimed at corporate officials, shows how changes are necessary — and can be profitable.

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