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  • Image of Low-Hanging Fruit
    Image of Low-Hanging Fruit

    77 Eye-Opening Ways to Improve Productivity and Profits

    by Jeremy Eden, Terri Long

    Jeremy Eden and Terri Long have distilled 77 of their most effective techniques for generating real performance improvements drawn from their success working with major companies. If you think you don’t have the resources to be faster, better and more profitable, think again. Low-Hanging Fruit can help identify and solve hidden problems.

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    Image of Bringing Strategy Back

    How Strategic Shock Absorbers Make Planning Relevant in a World of Constant Change

    by Jeffrey Sampler

    Strategy expert Jeffrey Sampler introduces four "strategic shock absorbers" that enable leaders to build resilient organizations that can withstand even the most unexpected global turbulence. With this framework, leaders will be shown how to be prepared and proactive, rather than reactive, even when the future is uncertain.

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    Image of Blueprint to a Billion

    The 7 Essentials to Achieve Exponential Growth

    by David G. Thomson

    Microsoft, Google and eBay did it. And in David G. Thomson’s Blueprint to a Billion, he will tell you how to turn billion-dollar ideas into billion-dollar businesses. Based on three years of in-depth research, Thomson provides an assessment of the success pattern common across a distinct group of 387 “Blueprint Companies” that went from an initial public offering since 1980 and achieved $1 billion in revenue. Rather than focusing on one unique company, Thomson focuses on a quantifiable,

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    Image of The Well-Timed Strategy

    Managing the Business Cycle for Competitive Advantage

    by Peter Navarro

    It’s not enough to understand the business cycle and the industry cycle. In The Well-Timed Strategy, Peter Navarro discusses today’s unprecedented level of macroeconomic turbulence – from oil price hikes to drought and disease. Whether an executive, a strategist or an investor, Navarro provides the tools to align every facet of business strategy, tactics and operations to reflect changing business conditions. Keeping in mind finance, supply chains, production, marketing, HR and more, th

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  • Image of Working Relationships
    Image of Working Relationships

    The Simple Truth About Getting Along with Friends and Foes at Work

    by Bob Wall

    No matter how good you are at what you do, no matter how talented, skilled and knowledgeable you are, the most important and frustrating factor in determining your success and satisfaction in the workplace is your ability to forge effective relationships with others. This book is designed to help you meet that challenge.

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  • Image of The Cluetrain Manifesto
    Image of The Cluetrain Manifesto

    The End of Business As Usual

    by Rick Levine, David Weinberger, Doc Searls, Christopher Locke

    What if the Web marketplace is not really based on click-throughs, cookies and credit cards, but on conversations between human beings, all linked through a network that was created by many and controlled by no one? That is the central question of The Cluetrain Manifesto, a revolutionary way of looking at working that makes hash of corporate assumptions about the nature of online business.

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    Image of The Channel Advantage

    Going to Market with Multiple Sales Channels

    by Timothy R. Furey, Lawrence G. Friedman

    Today, many leading companies are putting at least as much effort and creativity into how they go to market as into what they bring to market. Companies have a wide variety of options for connecting products with customers, and each channel has its strengths as well as weaknesses. Friedman and Furey describe how to build a high-performance, competitive multi-channel system that will set your company apart from its competitors.

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