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  • Image of Winners Never Cheat
    Image of Winners Never Cheat

    Everyday Values We Learned as Children (But May Have Forgotten)

    by Jon Huntsman

    Jon M. Huntsman started with practically nothing, and built a world-class business that carried him to Forbes’ list of America’s wealthiest people. In Winners Never Cheat, Huntsman, chairman and founder of Huntsman Corp., the world’s largest privately held chemical company, presents the principled lessons he has learned and followed throughout his lifetime. He also explains how business can return to the days when your word was your bond, a handshake was sacred, and swarms of lawyers we

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    Image of Tough Management

    The 7 Ways to Make Tough Decisions Easier, Deliver the Numbers, and Grow Business in Good Times and Bad

    by Chuck Martin

    Faced with shrinking budgets, smaller staffs, shorter deadlines, more demanding customers and an unrelenting call for innovation and growth, many executives need a fresh, bottom-line approach designed for what really works in today’s business environment. This new approach is what business strategist and CEO of NFI Research Chuck Martin offers in Tough Management. Based on more than two years of surveys of more than 2,000 senior executives and managers, this summary provides managers wi

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    Image of Becoming a Category of One

    How Extraordinary Companies Transcend Commodity and Defy Comparison

    by Joe Calloway

    These days, so many companies strive to fit into a niche that they must elbow their way past a mass of competitors to do so. Why strive to be a leader in your category when you can create a different category and be the only one in it? Such are the lessons to be learned in Becoming a Category of One. By using consultant Joe Calloway’s tips and advice, you can avoid being “commoditized” and differentiate yourself and your business from your competitors simply by shifting focus to your cu

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    Image of The Third Opinion

    How Successful Leaders Use Outside Insight to Create Superior Results

    by Dr. Saj-Nicole A. Joni

    In recent years, authority has given way to influence. In The Third Opinion, Dr. Saj-nicole A. Joni explores how this raising of the leadership bar has given way to an even greater challenge for leaders — determining to whom they can turn when experienced, trustworthy advice is required. Some leaders might turn to colleagues inside the organization for help; others might call upon a trusted adviser outside the company. There is, however, another opinion for which most people never ask:

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  • Image of Speed Review: The Man Behind the Microchip
    Image of Speed Review: The Man Behind the Microchip

    Robert Noyce and the Invention of Silicon Valley

    by Leslie Berlin

    Oxford University Press, 402 pages

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  • Image of Speed Review: The Rational Project Manager
    Image of Speed Review: The Rational Project Manager

    A Thinking Team's Guide to Getting Work Done

    by Andrew Longman, Jim Mullins

    John Wiley & Sons, 226 pages

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  • Image of Speed Review: TurboCoach
    Image of Speed Review: TurboCoach

    A Powerful System for Achieving Breakthrough Career Success

    by Brian Tracy, Campbell Fraser

    AMACOM, 212 pages

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  • Image of Re-Thinking the Network Economy
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    The True Forces That Drive the Digital Marketplace

    by Stan Liebowitz

    Economist Liebowitz explains why the dot.com bust was inevitable, despite the declarations of many people — from respected academics and risk-conscious venture capitalists to stock brokers and investors — who should have known better. The theme of this summary, however, is not, “I told you so!” but rather “Here’s what will work.” The Internet does offer many incredible business opportunities, Liebowitz writes, as long as businesspeople and their advisors don’t ignore the traditional, fundamental

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    The Five Keys to Developing GREAT New Products

    by Richard R. Reilly, Gary S. Lynn

    All companies, no matter what size or in what industry, need to generate innovative new products and services if they are to succeed. One innovative product can alter the future of a single company, lead to entirely new families of products, and may even usher in a whole new industry. In Blockbusters, Lynn and Reilly share the results of their exhaustive study of highly successful new product development teams. The study, as shown in detail in this summary, reveals the five critical pra

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