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  • Image of Follow This Path
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    How the World’s Greatest Organizations Drive Growth by Unleashing Human Potential

    by Curt Coffman, Gabriel Gonzalez-Molina

    Follow This Path describes how organizations should value and develop relationships with their employees and customers. Authors Curt Coffman and Gabriel Gonzalez-Molina, Ph.D. use research from a Gallup study to show how developing your employees can lead to major cost efficiencies and profits.

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    Image of Leadership and the New Science

    Discovering Order in a Chaotic World

    by Margaret Wheatley

    In the chaotic times in which we live, we need new ideas, new ways of seeing, and new relationships to help us. With the new discoveries in biology, chaos theory, and quantum physics, this new science offers this guidance. Management professor Margaret Wheatley describes in Leadership and the New Science, how the new science drastically changes our understanding of the world, and how it can teach us to live and work better together in these chaotic times.

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    Rebooting Business and the World

    by Don Tapscott, Anthony D. Williams

    In this follow up to their 2007 bestseller, Wikinomics, Don Tapscott and Anthony Willliams once again use original research to provide new examples of organizations that are successfully embracing the principles of wikinomics to change the world. Find out how in this executive book summary of Macrowikonomics.

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    Image of Clutch

    Why Some People Excel Under Pressure and Others Don't

    by Paul Sullivan

    Do you choke under pressure, or are you "clutch"? In this executive book summary of Paul Sullivan's book Clutch, you will learn how to successfully perform under extraordinary pressure.

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    Why the Most Original Minds in Business Win

    by William Taylor, Polly LaBarre

    A Soundview Featured Book Review
    The old adage of “business as usual” is beginning to lose its steam as the old guard loses its ground and the new guard, or mavericks, begin to take control. In a world where innovation is becoming more of a necessity and less a pleasant surprise, the only way to stand out from the crowd is to stand for something truly original.

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    Stories of Valor and Virtue and the Principles They Teach

    by John J. Sosik

    Leading With Character offers a unique collection of fascinating stories about 25 famous leaders from business, history and pop culture such as John F. Kennedy, Brian Wilson, Rosa Parks, Joe Namath, Pat Tillman and Nelson Mandela to name a handful.

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    How Mass Collaboration Changes Everything

    by Don Tapscott, Anthony D. Williams

    Using the collaborative-software “wiki” concept as their theme, the authors address how the Internet’s social network offers new, decentralized ways to produce content, goods, services and profit.

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    The Truth about Stock Options (and Why Every Employee Should Have Them)

    by Douglas L. Kruse, Aaron Bernstein, Joseph R. Blasi

    Recently, stock options have received a bad reputation as the run-up in thestock market during the 1990s allowed some corporate executives to pursueunethical strategies to pump up their stock and cash in on their options,while employees saw huge potential fortunes disappear overnight. Theproblems were a consequence of abuse of stock options, not the conceptitself. In the Company of Owners shows how and why stock options and therisk of ownership should be given to most of the work force.

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    Lessons in Leadership from a CEO's Journey through Business and Life

    by Randall Tobias

    Randall Tobias, former CEO of pharmaceutical giant Eli Lilly and Co., knows what it takes to get to the top. In Put the Moose on the Table, Tobias mixes personal anecdotes with his thoughts on effective business and leadership practices, often focusing on the intangible qualities — integrity, dedication and respect for colleagues — that separate the best from the rest. A vice president at AT&T when he took the job at Lilly, Tobias recalls how a major crisis on his first day tested his a

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