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  • Image of The Critical Few
    Image of The Critical Few

    Energize Your Company’s Culture by Choosing What Really Matters

    by Jon R. Katzenbach, Gretchen Anderson, James Thomas

    The Critical Few lays out the Katzenbach Center's proven methodology for identifying your culture's four most critical elements: traits, keystone behaviors, authentic informal leaders, and metrics.

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  • Image of Escape Velocity
    Image of Escape Velocity

    Free Your Company's Future from the Pull of the Past

    by Geoffrey A. Moore

    Geoffrey Moore's now-classic Crossing the Chasm became a must-read book by presenting an innovative framework to address the make-or-break obstacle facing all high-tech companies: how to gain market share from early adopters and from mainstream consumers. Now, Moore's Escape Velocity offers a pragmatic plan to engage the most critical challenge that established enterprises face in the twenty-first-century economy: how to move beyond past success and drive next-generation...

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  • Image of A Sense Of Urgency
    Image of A Sense Of Urgency

    by John P. Kotter

    A Soundview Featured Book Review
    Bestselling author and business guru John Kotter shows what a true sense of urgency really is, why it is becoming an exceptionally important asset and how you can create and sustain it within your organization –– starting today.

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  • Image of The Change Monster
    Image of The Change Monster

    The Human Forces That Fuel or Foil Corporate Transformation and Change

    by Jeanie Daniel Duck

    Despite careful management of the operational aspects of corporate change, many managers and executives ignore the human element how changing a job description or corporate environment makes people feel. Respected consultant Jeanie Daniel Duck introduces a five-stage framework that helps managers and executives understand how to manage the human element of the change process.

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