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Soundview Executive Book Summaries® publishes summaries of the best business books of each year on management issues including change management, managing people, crisis management, managing a virtual workforce, project management and more. Browse our extensive collection of management book summaries to solve your most difficult issues.

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    Six Strategies to Accelerate Talent Development, Reshape Your Culture, and Succeed with Purpose

    by Morag Barrett, Linda D. Sharkey, Ph.D.

    The Future-Proof Workplace is a survival guide for the new realities of business. It highlights the changes already taking place: the transition from skills to knowledge, the neuroscience approach to leadership and motivation, galloping technical advances and more.

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    Image of Chief Culture Officer

    How to Create a Living, Breathing Corporation

    by Grant McCracken

    Companies around the world need to pay attention to the newest trends. In fact, corporations need a new professional, a Chief Culture Officer. Anthropologist Grant McCracken trains some of the world’s biggest companies and consulting firms and argues that hiring a Chief Culture Officer would help detect changes and have a deeper understanding of the waves of culture in America and the world to expand your business.

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  • Image of Now, Build a Great Business!
    Image of Now, Build a Great Business!

    7 Ways to Maximize Your Profits in Any Market

    by Mark Thompson, Brian Tracy

    Now, Build a Great Business! is an essential success kit from business heavyweights and acclaimed authors Mark Thompson and Brian Tracy. It is filled with straightforward, powerful strategies to ignite growth in your business and is packed with insights from face-to-face interviews with world-class business leaders. This executive summary offers practical steps that you can take away immediately and clear-cut strategies for moving your business forward.

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    How Great Teams Turn Conflict Into Strength

    by Diana McLain Smith

    In Divide or Conquer, Diana McLain Smith distills almost thirty years of experience studying and advising leaders to offer a new way to think about teams –– not as a bunch of individuals, but as the sum of their relationships.

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    Converting Intangible Assets into Tangible Outcomes

    by David P. Norton, Robert S. Kaplan

    The Balanced Scorecard is a revolutionary performance measurement system that allows organizations to quantify critical intangible assets, such as people, information and culture. Now the people who first developed the Balanced Scorecard, Robert S. Kaplan and David P. Norton, have created a powerful new tool based on their ongoing research. The strategy map allows companies to describe the links between intangible assets and value creation so all aspects of strategy can be implemented in a manne

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  • Image of When Goliaths Clash
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    Managing Executive Conflict to Build a More Dynamic Organization

    by Howard M. Guttman

    In When Goliath’s Clash, Howard M. Guttman, the principal of Guttman Development Strategies Inc., a management consulting firm, describes how unresolved conflict in organizations, especially at the highest level, can have dire consequences. These include low productivity, employees’ anger and hostility, increased costs, and increased absenteeism and turnover. He explains that it is important for leaders to realize that conflict handled properly can actually be a great asset to a company

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  • Image of Nanocosm
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    Nanotechnology and the Big Changes Coming from the Inconceivabley Small

    by William Illsey Atkinson

    Since the beginning of the industrial age, many machines have grown steadily smaller even as they have grown more powerful and complex. Nanotechnology, based on a new science of the infinitesimally small, takes technology beyond most popular definitions of reality, to a realm of molecular machines, cell-sized computers and other astounding possibilities. In Nanocosm, technology consultant and writer William Illsey Atkinson reveals a spectacular view of the immediate future of nanotechno

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  • Image of Winning the Merger Endgame
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    A Playbook for Profiting from Industry Consolidation

    by Stefan Zeisel, Graeme K. Deans, Dr. Fritz Kroeger

    After studying mergers in many industries through the 1990s, the authors of Winning the Merger Endgame, officers and consultants from A.T. Kearney, have discovered that all industries move through four stages of what they call the “Endgames Curve” toward inevitable consolidation. The path up the curve starts with the Opening Stage where industries begin and companies proliferate. In the Scale Stage companies acquire other companies as they realize that organic growth will not push them

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    What It Takes to Keep Your Company on the Cutting Edge

    by Gerard H. Gaynor

    While many equate innovation with a creative drive found in the best and brightest employees, true innovation is much more than that — it is an organization-wide commitment to openness and communication. It requires a culture that values original thought and that supports new and valuable ideas with principles, policies and appropriate infrastructure, across the entire company. In Innovation by Design, Gerard Gaynor provides sound, practical advice and real-world examples (culled from 4

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