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  • Image of The High-Speed Company
    Image of The High-Speed Company

    Creating Urgency and Growth in a Nanosecond Culture

    by Laurence Haughton, Jason Jennings

    Jennings and Haughton share strategies and practices demonstrated by businesses with proven records of creating cultures with strong purpose, trust and follow-through. Jennings details the key traits of these high-speed companies and how they outperform others, ultimately showing how to build and sustain one of your own.

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  • Image of Make It Matter
    Image of Make It Matter

    How Managers Can Motivate by Creating Meaning

    by Scott Mautz

    Scott Mautz reveals that fostering meaning at work by giving workers a greater sense of significance is the key to motivation and engagement. By making work matter, people become more committed to their jobs, which positively influences productivity, products and personal satisfaction. Mautz offers tools and plans to create meaning in and at work.

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  • Image of The Hard Thing About Hard Things
    Image of The Hard Thing About Hard Things

    Building a Business When There Are No Easy Answers

    by Ben Horowitz

    Ben Horowitz tells it straight as he shares insights gained from developing, managing, selling, buying investing in and supervising technology companies. He offers techniques for navigating the struggle of being a leader and explains why you should take care of the people, the products and the profits, in that order.

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  • Image of Becoming a Category of One
    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
    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 The Nokia Revolution
    Image of The Nokia Revolution

    The Story of an Extraordinary Company That Transformed an Industry

    by Dan Steinbock

    How did a small pulp mill in Finland become the leading worldwide force in cellular and mobile telephone technology? The Nokia Corp. gained and maintains its position at the head of this rapidly changing technology field using strategic intent, global focus, strategic market-making, global research and development, and a focus on people. Learn how this company struck the right balance between technological business factors and people management factors on its way to amazing success.

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  • Image of The HR Scorecard
    Image of The HR Scorecard

    Linking People, Strategy, and Performance

    by Brian Becker, Mark Huselid, Dave Ulrich

    Many executives say that people are their most valuable assets, but most do not understand how human resources department functions can make this vision a reality. One of the most limiting roadblocks to understanding the importance of human resources management is the inability to measure the impact of HR functions. A new approach has been developed to chart the strategic influence of HR functions and that system is revealed in this timely book that convincingly showcases HR’s impact on business

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  • Image of Culture.com
    Image of Culture.com

    Building Corporate Culture in the Connected Workplace

    by Ray Bender, Peg Neuhauser, Kirk L. Stromberg

    In the age of the Internet, many corporate cultures don’t match up with how people are required to work in the new economy. Here’s a road map for changing your company culture so it will help rather hinder your company’s transformation.

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  • Image of Keeping the People Who Keep You in Business
    Image of Keeping the People Who Keep You in Business

    24 Ways to Hang on to Your Most Valuable Talent

    by Leigh Branham

    With the specific and solid practices in this book, Branham helps you focus on doing what you need to do to retain the employees you most want to keep. Key #1: Be a company people want to work for.

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