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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.

  • Image of The Science of High-Performance Supplier Management
    Image of The Science of High-Performance Supplier Management

    A Systematic Approach to Improving Procurement Costs, Quality, and Relationships

    by Randy A. Moore

    Moore presents an in-depth, nuts-and-bolts guide to procurement that will prove invaluable to purchasing managers as well as company executives. Based on practices developed in the procurement of high technology systems, Moore’s framework, called STeP (Systematic Technology for Procurement), is a repeatable, scientific process for purchasing.

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    Image of Now or Never

    How Companies Must Change Today to Win the Battle for Internet Consumers

    by Mary Modahl

    Modahl, vice-president of research at Forrester Research Inc., introduces a new model of consumer behavior, called Technographics, to help companies understand how consumers think about and use the Internet. The Technographics information helps guide companies as they plot successful Internet strategies.

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  • Image of Trusted Partners
    Image of Trusted Partners

    How Companies Build Mutual Trust and Win Together

    by Jordan D. Lewis Ph.D.

    Internationally recognized strategic alliances expert Lewis, author of The Connected Corporation, shows how to build, manage, measure, improve and repair trust, the key ingredient to successful partnerships.

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  • Image of Jack Welch and the GE Way
    Image of Jack Welch and the GE Way

    Management Insights and Leadership Secrets of the Legendary CEO

    by Robert Slater

    Jack Welch gets the credit, as CEO, for the booming success of General Electric since 1981. How did he do it? This summary describes it in detail, his role as a leader, the way he stripped the company of its weighty bureaucracy, and, perhaps most important, how he found the ideas that spurred the company's growth. Engrossing reading for leaders and would-be leaders.

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  • Image of Stop Managing, Start Coaching
    Image of Stop Managing, Start Coaching

    How Performance Coaching Can Enhance Commitment and Improve Productivity

    by Jerry Gilley, Nathaniel Boughton

    This summary will teach you how to coach. You'll learn how to train employees for specific jobs, mentor them, and confront those not performing well. You'll gain motivated, productive employees.

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  • Image of The Loyalty Effect
    Image of The Loyalty Effect

    The Hidden Force Behind Growth, Profits, and Lasting Value

    by Fred Reichheld

    The loyalty of customers, employees, and in­vestors can combine to create companies with miraculous levels of cash flow. Lessons from A. G. Edwards, State Farm Insurance, and others show how to inspire loyalty.

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