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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 Elevate

    The Three Disciplines of Advanced Strategic Thinking

    by Rich Horwath

    Strategy expert Rich Horwath focuses on advanced strategic thinking that will drive results in the short-and long-term. His three-discipline approach breaks strategy down into its fundamentals: Coalesce, Compete and Champion. Horwath’s practical framework will help leaders keep their careers vital through innovation and inspiration.

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  • Image of Army of Entrepreneurs
    Image of Army of Entrepreneurs

    Create an Engaged and Empowered Workforce for Exceptional Business Growth

    by Jennifer Prosek

    As a young entrepreneur who turned a small PR business into a highly successful, international communications firm, Jennifer Prosek has experienced firsthand the power of instilling an "owner's mind-set" in every employee. In Army of Entrepreneurs, Prosek presents an easy-to-follow action plan any company can use to build a workforce dedicated to generating new business, creating new products and services, and sustaining growth. Filled with inspiring examples, the book...

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  • Image of The Wal-Mart Effect
    Image of The Wal-Mart Effect

    How the World's Most Powerful Company Really Works –– and How It’s Transforming the American Economy

    by Charles Fishman

    The company Sam Walton built and incorporated in 1969 has become the world's number one retailer amplified by diversification into grocery (Wal-Mart Supercenters and Neighborhood Markets), international operations and membership warehouse clubs (Sam's Clubs). Award-winning investigative and magazine journalist Charles Fishman examines this phenomenon. The Wal-Mart Effect, Fishman’s first book, made the bestseller lists of the New York Times, The Wall Street Journal and

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  • Image of The Coaching Manager
    Image of The Coaching Manager

    Developing Top Talent in Business

    by Joseph R. Weintraub, James M. Hunt

    When managers communicate a genuine interest in helping rather than evaluating their employees, they create opportunities for everyone to learn. Managers who try to help employees learn and become more productive in the process. In The Coaching Manager, James Hunt and Joseph Weintraub introduce an easy-to-implement developmental coaching model based on their extensive work with thousands of managers, executives and MBA students. The goal is for managers to help employees learn to be mor

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  • Image of Confronting Reality
    Image of Confronting Reality

    Doing What Matters to Get Things Right

    by Larry Bossidy, Ram Charan

    Larry Bossidy and Ram Charan use a business model they developed to show how to tie together the financial targets you must meet, the external realities of your business and internal activities including strategy, operating activities, selection and development of people and organizational structure. Using this business model as a tool for confronting reality, you’ll learn whether your fundamental business premise is under assault, where your best opportunities lie, what you should change...

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  • Image of How Did That Happen?
    Image of How Did That Happen?

    Holding People Accountable for Results the Positive, Principled Way

    by Roger Connors, Tom Smith

    The economy crashes, the government misfires, businesses fail, leaders don't lead, managers don't manage, and the people we count on for the results that affect our own performance don't follow through, leaving us asking, "How did that happen?" Surprises caused by a lack of personal accountability plague almost every organization today, from the political arena to every large and small business. How Did That Happen? offers a proven way to eliminate these nasty surprises, gain an...

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  • Image of Beyond the Core
    Image of Beyond the Core

    Expand Your Market without Abandoning Your Roots

    by Chris Zook

    In his previous book, Profit from the Core, strategy expert Chris Zook revealed how the most enduring growth performers succeeded by focusing and building around one or two well-defined, dominant cores — and how otherwise well-positioned firms sabotaged their growth by prematurely abandoning their core in pursuit of the next “hot” topic. Now, based on extensive research on the growth patterns of thousands of companies worldwide — including CEO interviews with the top 25 growth performer

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    Image of True To Our Roots

    Fermenting a Business Revolution

    by Paul Dolan

    In True to Our Roots, winemaker and company president Paul Dolan describes the guiding principles he uses at Fetzer that can help managers in any industry build and grow stronger, more sustainable companies. With an intense commitment to define new business principles for the future, Dolan and Fetzer have taken steps toward proliferating sustainable commerce while leading a management revolution in one of the most competitive industries in the world. True to Our Roots offers a

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