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  • Image of Chasing Stars
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    The Myth of Talent and the Portability of Performance

    by Boris Groysberg

    It is taken for granted in the knowledge economy that companies must employ the most talented performers to compete and succeed. Many firms try to buy stars by luring them away from competitors. In Chasing Stars, Harvard Business School Professor of Business Administration Boris Groysberg shows what an uncertain and disastrous practice this can be.

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    Leadership Strategies for the Age of Connected Relationships

    by David Nour

    Return on Impact hands leaders the tools that associations and other membership organizations can wield in order to harness the opportunities of the socially enabled world and ensure their growth in the coming times. David Nour charts the implications of a socially enabled world and the reinvention - in structure and governance, talent acquisition, listening practices, and business and revenue models - that leaders of organizations must undertake to fuel growth in the next decade.

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  • Image of Speed Review: Business at the Speed of Now
    Image of Speed Review: Business at the Speed of Now

    Fire Up Your People, Thrill Your Customers, and Crush Your Competitors

    by John M. Bernard

    Wiley, 232 pages

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  • Image of The 5 Levels of Leadership
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    Proven Steps to Maximize Your Potential

    by John C. Maxwell

    The concept of 5 levels of leadership is one that John C. Maxwell has taught all over the world. The levels represent stages in leadership development starting with being the boss who people follow because you have been appointed as their leader, to reaching the pinnacle of leadership, when you are followed because of who you are and what you represent. In The 5 Levels of Leadership, you will learn how to master the ability to inspire people and achieve results. Maxwell details each...

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  • Image of 360 Degrees of Influence
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    Get Everyone to Follow Your Lead on Your Way to the Top

    by Harrison Monarth

    The best leaders influence those who are below and above them, as well as people external to the organization, such as customers and partners. In 360 Degrees of Influence, Harrison Monarth provides advice on how to gain the trust and respect of those around you and how to expand your influence well beyond your immediate environment. Providing valuable insight into human emotion and behavior, Monarth reveals the secrets to knowing what people are thinking and feeling — maybe...

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  • Image of The Thank You Economy
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    by Gary Vaynerchuk

    Gary Vaynerchuk's Thank You Economy principles are about the way we communicate, the way we buy and sell, and the way businesses and consumers interact online and offline. Companies and brands are now competing on a whole new level in an entirely new business era. The Thank You Economy reveals how businesses can harness all the changes and challenges inherent in social media and turn them into tremendous opportunities for profit and growth.

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    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 The Change Function
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    Why Some Technologies Take off and Others Crash and Burn

    by Pip Coburn

    Known for writing some of the liveliest reports on Wall Street, Coburn has identified how some technologies are blockbusters (such as the iPod), while others are losers from the starting gate (like the video phone). The Change Function writes off the “build it and they will come” mentality that so many technology companies adhere to, and shows that technology demands a change in habits—more specifically it demands a change in consumers, who are often uninterested in trading in the norm

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    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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