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  • Image of The Momentum Effect
    Image of The Momentum Effect

    How to Ignite Exceptional Growth

    by JC Larreche

    Jean-Claude Larreche presents a systematic approach for the design and execution of momentum strategy. He shows how to create new value through momentum and outlines a framework for building the leadership competencies that will deliver profitable growth. Larreche offers a pathway for harnessing the power of the momentum effect, adaptable for use by any business, in any industry under any market condition.

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    Image of Leadership and the Sexes

    Using Gender Science to Create Success in Business

    by Michael Gurian, Barbara Annis

    Gender experts Michael Gurian and Barbara Annis explore what the latest scientific studies reveal about male/female brain differences and explain how these impact the ways men and women negotiate, communicate, lead and run meetings. Then they teach how to use this scientific gender intelligence for business success.

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  • Image of The Necessary Revolution
    Image of The Necessary Revolution

    How Individuals and Organizations Are Working Together to Create a Sustainable World

    by Peter Senge, Sara Schley, Nina Kruschwitz, Bryan Smith, Joe Laur

    The Necessary Revolution focuses on sustainability and the challenge for businesses to invest in new solutions to environmental problems and innovative strategies that will generate both short- and long-term profitability while helping to create a better world. The authors tell us that it is business that has the motivation, ability and resources to dramatically change the way we do things.

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  • Image of Healing the Wounds
    Image of Healing the Wounds

    Overcoming the Trauma of Layoffs and Revitalizing Downsized Organizations

    by David M. Noer

    Downsizing continues to strike American business. What about those who are left behind? How can workers restore their energy, productivity and risk taking when their trust and loyalty have been stripped away? How can managers initiate healing and motivate employees burdened with twice their usual workload? In this summary, training expert David M. Noer skillfully brings together the "hard" and "soft" sides of a critical corporate issue to provide practical and profound guidan

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  • Image of The Giants of Sales
    Image of The Giants of Sales

    What Dale Carnegie, John Patterson, Elmer Wheeler, and Joe Girard Can Teach You About Real Sales Success

    by Tom Sant

    Sales theories come and sales theories go, but nothing beats learning from the original masters. The Giants of Sales introduces readers to the techniques developed by four legendary sales giants – Dale Carnegie, John Patterson, Elmer Wheeler and Joe Girard – and offers concrete examples of how they still work in the 21st century.

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    Image of Small Giants

    Companies that Choose to be Great Instead of Big

    by Bo Burlingham

    Most books about successful businesses focus on public companies. But Inc. magazine Editor Bo Burlingham focuses on privately held companies marching to the beat of a different drum. In Small Giants, he profiles 14 of the best, including Anchor Brewing, CitiStorage, Clif Bar Inc., Righteous Babe Records, Reel Precision Manufacturing and Zingerman’s Community of Businesses. Burlingham takes readers inside these companies to determine the elusive “mojo” that makes them great.

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  • Image of Dealing with Darwin
    Image of Dealing with Darwin

    How Great Companies Innovate at Every Phase of Their Evolution

    by Geoffrey A. Moore

    The Darwinian struggle to deliver profitable products and services ensues as competitive advantage gaps narrow. Geoffrey A. Moore, author of Crossing the Chasm and Inside the Tornado, looks at the challenges faced by today’s companies in this struggle. Moore gives advice to managers and leaders who need to understand their company’s role in its market ecosystem, along with what kind of differentiation will be most rewarded in the marketplace.

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  • Image of The New Mainstream
    Image of The New Mainstream

    How the Multicultural Consumer Is Transforming American Business

    by Guy Garcia

    A new America is emerging. As the multiculturalism of Hispanics, African Americans, Asians and new immigrants comes together, they forge a New Mainstream-based culture and economy that will soon overcome the Anglocentric “Old” Mainstream. Corporations, politicians, institutions and the media will not only have to accept and understand the New Mainstream, but they will have to embrace it and become part of it. In The New Mainstream, journalist and multimedia entrepreneur Guy Garcia ...

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  • Image of Renovate Before You Innovate
    Image of Renovate Before You Innovate

    Why Doing the New Thing Might Not Be the Right Thing

    by Sergio Zyman

    Many companies rely too heavily on innovation to solve their problems, and they attempt to start over with something fresh to revive old and tired businesses. Innovation sounds great. But it is often the lazy approach to marketing, and it typically doesn’t work. In Renovate Before You Innovate, Sergio Zyman preaches the power of renovation to accelerate and sustain top-line growth. It starts with recapturing the essence of your existing brands, products and core competencies and doing m

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