Clear All

Filters

Publication Date

Management

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.

  • Image of e-Profit
    Image of e-Profit

    High-Payoff Strategies for Capturing the E-Commerce Edge

    by Peter S. Cohan

    Cohan addresses both Internet skeptics and believers, offering tips and tactics that allow you to first identify the areas of your business processes that can be transformed by e-commerce technology, then create and implement a plan to make the technology work for you.

    View Details

  • Image of Clicks and Mortar
    Image of Clicks and Mortar

    Passion Driven Growth in an Internet Driven World

    by Terry Pearce, David S. Pottruck

    Pottruck, president and co-CEO of The Charles Schwab Corporation, and co-author Pearce maintain that although the rise of the Internet may seem to have transformed everything about the way business is done, the future still belongs to passionate companies who marry technology with the best qualities of people. In this summary, you will learn what it takes to compete in the new Internet-driven world and what you can do to transform your company into a dynamic, profitable enterprise.

    View Details

  • Image of Identity Is Destiny
    Image of Identity Is Destiny

    Leadership and the Roots of Value Creation

    by Laurence Ackerman

    The true strength of an organization is reflected in its identity — the traits and actions that make it a unique being. In this summary, Ackerman presents the eight laws of identity and provide a strategic framework for creating value.

    View Details

  • Image of Value Nets
    Image of Value Nets

    Breaking the Supply Chain to Unlock Hidden Profits

    by Joseph Martha, David Bovet

    Consultants Bovet and Martha demonstrate how to turn supply chains into value-creating “value nets” by building a radical new business design for your company. Step-by-step, this informative work covers the five elements of the new design: value proposition, scope, profit, strategic control and execution.

    View Details

  • Image of Value Migration
    Image of Value Migration

    How to Think Several Moves Above the Competition

    by Adrian J. Slywotzky

    Value in products or services migrates from company to company and industry to industry over time. (Example: the movement in value from big steel mills to mini-mills.) This summary shows you can anticipate shifting markets to remain successful.

    View Details

Recently Viewed Categories