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  • Image of Never Bet the Farm
    Image of Never Bet the Farm

    How Entrepreneurs Take Risks, Make Decisions - and How You Can, Too

    by Stephen Spinelli Jr., Anthony L. Iaquinto

    Entrepreneur: Be prepared. Never Bet the Farm celebrates entrepreneurship in its entirety, presenting a framework that can help entrepreneurs reduce risks and simplify decision-making. It is at once both encouraging and cautionary, but neither a textbook how-to nor an inspirational tome lacking substance. “We’re living in a world with unimaginable adversity and invisible threats,” writes Iaquinto. “Why should entrepreneurs be any different from a sailor who stows a well-stocked ...

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  • Image of The Triple Bottom Line
    Image of The Triple Bottom Line

    Why Sustainability is Transforming the Best-Run Companies and How It Can Work for You

    by Andrew Savitz

    Author Andrew Savitz approaches the concept of sustainability in three-part harmony, with a look at how businesses prosper financially while protecting and renewing the social, environmental and economic resources they need. He says they can fail if they do not tend to all three, and his claims are not without merit. With an eye to the Fortune 100 companies leading this movement, The Triple Bottom Line approaches sustainability as a “win-win-win” prospect achievable in any industry.

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  • Image of Satisfaction
    Image of Satisfaction

    How Every Great Company Listens to the Voice of the Customer

    by James D. Power IV, Chris Denove

    Despite claims otherwise, Denove and Power write, “Most organizations have not made a significant and sustained commitment to customer satisfaction.” As a result, these organizations are losing money. This isn’t just another book about customer satisfaction, it’s an unlocked vault on years of closely guarded research data, surveys and feedback collected by J.D. Power and Associates, a name synonymous with measuring customer satisfaction and improving the bottom line.

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  • Image of Embracing Excellence
    Image of Embracing Excellence

    Become an Employer of Choice to Attract and Keep the Best Talent

    by Franklin Ashby, Arthur Pell Ph.D.

    Companies need “A” players to outperform the competition. To attract and keep top-level performers in a highly competitive economy, companies must learn to create corporate cultures that attract and retain “A” players. Embracing Excellence explains how organizations can attract “A” players by building an environment that is committed to values, vision, creativity, trust and respect.

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  • Image of Jack: Straight from the Gut
    Image of Jack: Straight from the Gut

    by Jack Welch

    Follow the career of General Electric CEO Jack Welch from his beginnings as a stuttering, competitive kid from working-class Salem, Massachusetts, to his early days as a GE engineer, to his ascension to CEO and a 20-year reign at the top. In his own words, Welch stresses the importance of people, originality, creativity, and common sense while sharing his thoughts on what it takes to be a great leader.

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