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  • Image of The Age of Agile
    Image of The Age of Agile

    How Smart Companies Are Transforming the Way Work Gets Done

    by Stephen Denning

    The Agile movement enables a team, a unit or an enterprise to nimbly adapt and upgrade products and services to meet rapidly changing technology and customer needs.

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  • Image of Impromptu
    Image of Impromptu

    Leading in the Moment

    by Judith Humphrey

    Leadership communications expert Judith Humphrey guides leaders in how to listen, think and respond quickly when impromptu opportunities arise.

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  • Image of The Star Factor
    Image of The Star Factor

    Discover What Your Top Performers Do Differently - And Inspire a New Level of Greatness in All

    by William Seidman, Richard Grbavac

    In every company, a select few produce more, sell more and deliver better results. The Star Factor delivers a unique system for unlocking their wisdom

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  • Image of Speed Review: The Price Is Wrong
    Image of Speed Review: The Price Is Wrong

    Understanding What Makes a Price Seem Fair and the True Cost of Unfair Pricing

    by Sarah Maxwell, Ph.D.

    John Wiley & Sons, 304 pages

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  • Image of The Breakthrough Company
    Image of The Breakthrough Company

    How Everyday Companies Become Extraordinary Performers

    by Keith McFarland

    A Soundview Featured Book Review
    A number of small businesses stay small but not always by choice. Only one tenth of 1 percent is persistent enough to break through to sales above $250 million a year. McFarland points out in The Breakthrough Company that it doesn’t take luck to make your “everyday” company “extraordinary.” Instead, for a company to make it big it takes a specific set of skills and strategies that can be used by anyone, from a startup to major company.

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  • Image of The Talent Powered Organization
    Image of The Talent Powered Organization

    Strategies for Globalization, Talent Management and High Performance

    by Robert Thomas, Peter Cheese, Elizabeth Craig

    The key to strategic success is talent –– an organization’s people, from its current and future leaders to its frontline employees. But today, talent is harder to find and nurture, and easier to waste and lose. This has caused talent to move quickly to the top of every leader’s strategic agenda, but few organizations are managing their talent strategically. Combining strategic insight with proven and practical methods, The Talent Powered Organization is essential for people at all level

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  • Image of Meatball Sundae
    Image of Meatball Sundae

    Is Your Marketing Out of Sync?

    by Seth Godin

    Godin’s latest book is the definitive guide to the 14 trends no marketer can afford to ignore. It explains what to do about the increasing power of stories, not facts; about shorter and shorter attention spans; and about the new math that says 5,000 people who want to hear your message are more valuable than 5 million who don’t. Godin doesn’t pretend that it’s easy to get your products, marketing messages and internal systems in sync. But he’ll definitely convince you that it’s worth the effort.

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  • Image of Talent is Never Enough
    Image of Talent is Never Enough

    Discover the Choices That Will Take You Beyond Your Talent

    by John C. Maxwell

    Maxwell, a leadership expert, asserts that talent is often misunderstood and overrated. To combat this, he suggests that people build their strengths and become a “Talent-plus person.”

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  • Image of What Got You Here Won’t Get You There
    Image of What Got You Here Won’t Get You There

    How Successful People Become Even More Successful

    by Marshall Goldsmith

    The corporate world is full of intelligent and skilled executives, but few will ever reach the top and, according to Goldsmith, subtle nuances make the difference.

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