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  • Image of Global Vision
    Image of Global Vision

    How Companies Can Overcome the Pitfalls of Globalization

    by Robert Salomon

    Global Vision offers a lens through which to view globalization in a new and compelling way, helping managers understand the risks associated with globalization while equipping them with the necessary tools to overcome those risks.

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    A Manager's Guide to Getting Results - Without Losing Your Soul

    by David Dye, Karin Hurt

    Winning Well offers managers a quick, practical action plan. They will learn how to stamp out the corrosive win-at-all-costs mentality; focus on the game, not just the score; reinforce behaviors that produce results; build productive relationships; and be the leader people want to work for.

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    The 12 Levers of Success

    by Stephen R. Covey

    In Primary Greatness, a posthumous work, Covey lays out the 12 levers of success that will lead to a life of primary greatness: Integrity, Contribution, Priority, Sacrifice, Service, Responsibility, Loyalty, Reciprocity, Diversity, Learning, Teaching and Renewal.

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    Image of Making Strategy Work

    Leading Effective Execution and Change

    by Lawrence Hrebiniak

    While formulating strategy is a challenge, executing that strategy can be an even greater challenge. In Making Strategy Work, Lawrence Hrebiniak offers a comprehensive, disciplined process model for making strategy work in the real world. This model covers every key success factor of effective execution, including organization structure, coordination, information sharing, incentives, controls, change management, culture and the role of power and influence in the process.

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    Image of Why Some Companies Emerge Stronger and Better from a Crisis

    7 Essential Lessons for Surviving Disaster

    by Ian I. Mitroff

    While a significant crisis or disaster can destroy many companies, other companies emerge from the worst crises stronger and better. Crisis management expert Ian Mitroff explains the seven competencies that all companies must learn if they are to survive a major crisis. The companies that successfully overcome crises, writes Mitroff, have the right heart, the right thinking, the right soul, the right social and political skills, the right technical skills, the right integration (of all the previ

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    Image of Winning With the P&G 99

    99 Principles and Practices of Procter and Gamble's Success

    by Charles Decker

    Procter & Gamble sells its many products to five billion people worldwide. Its 1998 sales are about $37 billion. Each year this company wins recognition as one of the most admired in the United States. What accounts for this success? Following time-tested principles and practices. Believing the consumer is queen. Offering superior products. Shine in the development and marketing of new products. Here's a chance to learn about P&G's 99 brilliant principles and practices. They will help any compan

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    How to Protect Yourself from Being Stalked, Conned, Libeled, or Blackmailed on the Web

    by Daniel Janal

    The Internet? It's great. It also can be dangerous. Janal tells you the many ways cybercriminals are attacking reputations, finances, and even the personal safety of individuals and companies. The possibilities are many, from fraudulent purchases of your products made with stolen credit cards to vicious rumors aired in newsgroups, and trade secrets leaking out. Read this and you'll be a trifle timorous, but far better prepared for the threats of this new technology.

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