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  • Image of Speed Review: Dream Teams
    Image of Speed Review: Dream Teams

    Working Together Without Falling Apart

    by Shane Snow

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    Image of Detonate

    Why - and How - Corporations Must Blow Up Best Practices (and Bring a Beginner's Mind) to Survive

    by Steven Goldbach, Geoff Tuff

    Detonate explains how organizations build up bad habits, identifies which ones masquerade as “best practices,” and suggests alternatives that can contribute to winning in the marketplace.

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    Image of What Happens Now?

    Reinvent Yourself as a Leader Before Your Business Outruns You

    by Mark D. Nevins, John Hillen

    What Happens Now? shows leaders how to reinvent themselves in order to attain personal growth and organizational success by inspiring people, nurturing relationships, energizing teams, grooming successors and influencing stakeholders.

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    Image of Next Is Now

    5 Steps for Embracing Change - Building a Business that Thrives into the Future

    by Lior Arussy

    Arussy shares his five-step Future Ready Impact program that will guide change-impacted employees and business owners from a victim mentality to one of participation and ownership.

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    Image of From Concept To Consumer

    How to Turn Ideas Into Money

    by Phil Baker

    Renowned product developer Phil Baker explains how a great idea accounts for only 5 percent of all the factors of success and why the majority of success is dependent upon a myriad of other factors, including the time it takes to get to market, price, marketing and distribution. This book not only shows readers how to take an idea and turn it into a successful product, but also prepares them for what happens after the product’s introduction. It shows them how to stay one step ahead of ...

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    Image of Tactical Transparency

    How Leaders Can Leverage Social Media to Maximize Value and Build Their Brand

    by John C. Havens, Shel Holtz

    Tactical Transparency provides a methodology that will help organizations create their own unique plans to bring greater authenticity to their companies and brands. The authors show how organizations can evaluate their readiness for transparency, what they need to do to get ready, and how to effectively communicate their transparency strategy to customers and employees.

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  • Image of Talent Is Overrated
    Image of Talent Is Overrated

    What Really Separates World-Class Performers from Everybody Else

    by Geoff Colvin

    What’s the real solution to the mystery of high performance? According to distinguished journalist Geoff Colvin, what really makes all the difference is a highly specific kind of effort, what he calls “deliberate practice.” It’s difficult. It hurts. But more of it equals better performance. Tons of it equals great performance.

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  • Image of Free Prize Inside!
    Image of Free Prize Inside!

    The Next Big Marketing Idea

    by Seth Godin

    A free prize is a game-changing soft innovation; a cool twist that doesn’t cost a fortune but transforms the way people think about your product or service. In Free Prize Inside!, marketing guru Seth Godin encourages readers to take on the challenge of doing the essential task of creating innovation. Godin explains that one cannot create innovation by building an organization that is automatically and effortlessly innovative. Instead, companies must develop innovation by creating a desire among

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    Image of Hardball

    Are You Playing to Play or Playing to Win?

    by George Stalk, Rob Lachenauer

    Master strategists George Stalk and Rob Lachenauer predict that business competition will become so fierce over the next 10 years that marginal victories and short-term advantages will not be enough to keep a company thriving. In Hardball, they explain that winning will require relentless strategic execution focused on turning competitive advantages into decisive advantages that neutralize, marginalize and even punish rivals. Stalk and Lachenauer turn the experience they have developed

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