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Soundview Executive Book Summaries® publishes summaries of the best business books of each year on management issues including change management, managing people, crisis management, managing a virtual workforce, project management and more. Browse our extensive collection of management book summaries to solve your most difficult issues.

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  • Image of Business Chemistry
    Image of Business Chemistry

    Practical Magic for Crafting Powerful Work Relationships

    by Kim Christfort, Suzanne Vickberg

    Business Chemistry will help you grasp where others are coming from, appreciate the value they bring, and determine what they need in order to excel.

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  • Image of Break From the Pack
    Image of Break From the Pack

    How to Compete in a Copycat Economy

    by Oren Harari

    To excel in the cramped business world today, individuals and organizations must learn when to leave the herd behind and break from the pack with fresh ideas and ahead-of-the-game innovation. Harari provides a four-pronged process in Break from the Pack for moving into the lead and leaving competition behind, while providing lively examples through the “Madonna Effect” and the “Willie Nelson Principle.” In what Harari calls a “Copycat Economy,” it is essential to differentiate as well a

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  • Image of What the CEO Wants You to Know
    Image of What the CEO Wants You to Know

    How Your Company Really Works

    by Ram Charan

    A Soundview Featured Book Review
    Executive consultant and author Ram Charan doesn't mince words. In this book, he presents the universal truths about what makes a successful business. Whether you run a small shop or a Fortune 500 firm, Charan provides the information to help your business reach new levels of speed, efficiency and profitability.

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  • Image of Making Strategy Work
    Image of Making Strategy Work

    Leading Effective Execution and Change

    by Lawrence Hrebiniak

    While formulating strategy is a challenge, executing that strategy can be an even greater challenge. In Making Strategy Work, Lawrence Hrebiniak offers a comprehensive, disciplined process model for making strategy work in the real world. This model covers every key success factor of effective execution, including organization structure, coordination, information sharing, incentives, controls, change management, culture and the role of power and influence in the process.

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  • Image of Why Some Companies Emerge Stronger and Better from a Crisis
    Image of Why Some Companies Emerge Stronger and Better from a Crisis

    7 Essential Lessons for Surviving Disaster

    by Ian I. Mitroff

    While a significant crisis or disaster can destroy many companies, other companies emerge from the worst crises stronger and better. Crisis management expert Ian Mitroff explains the seven competencies that all companies must learn if they are to survive a major crisis. The companies that successfully overcome crises, writes Mitroff, have the right heart, the right thinking, the right soul, the right social and political skills, the right technical skills, the right integration (of all the previ

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  • Image of The Manager's Balancing Act
    Image of The Manager's Balancing Act

    by Florence Stone

    The "act" is trying to balance traditional methods with new management theories. Solid advice will keep you from stumbling.

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  • Image of The Living Company
    Image of The Living Company

    by Arie DeGeus

    Learn what characteristics will promise longevity for your firm. De Geus found out, and his findings could add decades to the life of your corporation. Valuable for planning.

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  • Image of Moving Mountains
    Image of Moving Mountains

    Lessons in Leadership and Logistics from the Gulf War

    by William Pagonis

    Pagonis, Norman Schwarzkopf's logistics wizard in the Gulf War, shares his leadership and management techniques. This summary proves that initiative and a good management system can lift you into senior management fast.

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  • Image of Liberation Management
    Image of Liberation Management

    Necessary Disorganization for the Nanosecond Nineties: Necessary Disorganization for the Nanosecond Nineties

    by Tom Peters

    Peters once again astonishes business readers with his view of tomorrow’s successful company. It’s organized around projects, it has no hierarchy, its workers get results or get fired, and it doesn’t do anything a subcontractor can do better.

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