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  • Image of Microtrends
    Image of Microtrends

    The Small Forces Behind Tomorrow's Big Changes

    by Mark Penn

    A Soundview Featured Book Review
    Join Penn for a fast-paced ride through more than 70 “microtrends” found in politics, family life, religion and leisure and how each one is impacting our lifestyles as well as our business world.

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    A Revolutionary New Model for Competing in a Flat World

    by Charles Grantham, James Ware, Cory Williamson

    In order to compete in the flat world –– where the rules are constantly changing –– businesses must be willing to embrace a new strategic model. This model needs to allow for the understanding of the evolving work force, the inception of new technologies, and the re-examination of work place structure. Corporate Agility provides the blueprint for this revolutionary move forward.

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    Sensing the Future to Compete in the Present

    by Bob Johansen

    Very few leaders consult a crystal ball or a psychic when it comes to looking into the future with regards to their business; nonetheless, they are still responsible for understanding how the decisions they made yesterday will affect their organization five years from now. Johansen and the Institute for the Future provide their insights into the next decade, and show readers how they too can begin to navigate the road to the future.

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  • Image of Breakthrough Business Results with MVT
    Image of Breakthrough Business Results with MVT

    A Fast, Cost-Free, "Secret Weapon" for Boosting Sales, Cutting Expenses, and Improving Any Business Process

    by Charles Holland, David Cochran

    Breakthrough Business Results with MVT describes and details the one revolutionary method that offers a powerful, fast and inexpensive way to prove with certainty that ideas will have the biggest impact on your bottom line. MVT, or Multivariable Testing, uses advanced statistics to test the real-world effects of dozens of business improvement ideas, discover the synergies between them, and identify those ideas that are the most powerful and profitable under real-world conditions.

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  • Image of StrikingItRich.com
    Image of StrikingItRich.com

    Profiles of 23 Incredibly Successful Web Sites...That You've Probably Never Heard Of!

    by Jaclyn Easton

    If the returns from your Web site are less than expected, let Easton give you valuable pointers that will boost your site profits. She suggests ways to attract customers, give them choices, and get them to buy. Most helpful, she checked on more than 200 companies to learn how they make money, then tells you what you can learn from them. A very helpful feature is to visit some of the sites she profiles, to see for yourself how they do it.

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  • Image of Soaring with the Phoenix
    Image of Soaring with the Phoenix

    Renewing the Vision, Reviving the Spirit, and Re-Creating the Success of Your Company

    by Jerre Stead, James Belasco

    Belasco and Stead spell out a step-by-step way to renew your company. You will learn to be a Phoenix leader, lifting your company from the ashes of its past and preparing it to soar. Here's a sample of the authors' thinking: "We are all connected to vast networks of customers; to be successful, we must create success for these customers." Summing up, the authors tell you not to try to change the present. Instead, create the future.

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    Image of Listening to Conflict

    Finding Constructive Solutions to Workplace Disputes

    by Erik Van Slyke

    This will prepare you to resolve those disruptive disputes in your company. You will learn to listen -- and hear what people don't say as well as say. You will discover what sets you off in anger and how to change this behavior. Finally, you'll understand what to do if you can't reach a constructive resolution to a dispute.

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