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The innovation paradox why good businesses kill breakthroughs and how they can change —Davila, Tony.
EBook
2014

" It's a paradox: as big companies get better at achieving operational excellence, actual breakthroughs seem to decrease. It's the scrappy little startups, with comparatively tiny budgets, that continue to be founts of i...

How to be a positive leader small actions, big impact
EBook
2014

"This is a book about how to lead people and organizations in ways that unlock their greatness. It offers a potent assembly of ideas about how small actions leaders take can make a difference in changing the trajectory o...

Overfished ocean strategy powering up innovation for a resource-deprived world —Zhexembayeva, Nadya.
EBook
2014

" We are living amidst a remarkable transformation. The linear, throwaway economy of today--in which we extract resources, create products, use them, and throw them away like a cheap plastic fork--is rapidly coming to a ...

Employee surveys that work improving design, use, and organizational impact —Levenson, Alec Robert, 1966-
EBook
2014

" Employee Surveys That Work offers groundbreaking ways to make employee surveys more useful, accurate, and effective. It is meant as a reference to enable better design and use of results, countering a number of unhelpf...

The idea-driven organization unlocking the power in bottom-up ideas —Robinson, Alan (Alan G.)
EBook
2014

Too many organizations are overlooking, or even suppressing, their single most powerful source of growth and innovation. And it's right under their noses. The frontline employees who interact directly with your customers...

Boards that excel candid insights and practical advice for directors —White, B. Joseph, author.
EBook
2014

"Having served on numerous corporate and nonprofit boards, former business school dean and university president White has a surprising message--many directors don't understand their roles as stewards. Rather than seeing ...

Virtual Leadership Learning to Lead Differently. —Caulat, Ghislaine.
EBook
2012

For at least two decades, people have been working together virtually, their interactions enabled and mediated by communication technology; based on years of research, this book summarizes what it takes to lead effective...

Power through partnership how women lead better together. —Polk, Betsy.
EBook
2014

Betsy Polk and Maggie Chotas have learned something powerful: when women work together they discover a level of support, flexibility, confidence, accountability, and freedom to be themselves that they rarely find in othe...

Let's stop meeting like this tools to save time and get more done —Axelrod, Richard H., 1943- author.
EBook
2014

Ugh--meetings. They're where productivity goes to die, right? There has to be a better way. According to leading consultants Dick and Emily Axelrod, there is. Using the same principles that make video games so engaging a...

Changeology how to enable groups, communities and societies to do things they've never done before. —Robinson, Les.
EBook
2012

Is about influencing the behaviour of human beings for the better. The book is relevant to change projects both large and small, and in almost any area of activity, but with an emphasis on key topics such as climate chan...

Making sustainability work best practices in managing and measuring corporate social, environmental, and economic impacts —Epstein, Marc J.
EBook
2014

Now completely updated, Making Sustainability Work is the bible for applying real metrics and best practices to the often-nebulous realm of business sustainability. Mark Epstein and Adriana Rejc Buhovac provide concrete ...

Be the Best Bad Presenter Ever Break the Rules, Make Mistakes, and Win Them Over. —Hough, Karen.
EBook
2014

If you're like most people, the phrase "You'll be giving a presentation" is on a par with "It looks like that molar will have to come out." Well, let's be honest: you'd prefer the surgery, wouldn't you? One reason most p...

Economics unmasked from power and greed to compassion and the common good —Smith, Philip B. (Philip Bartlett)
EBook
2011

The economic system under which we live not only forces the great majority of humankind to live their lives in indignity and poverty but also threatens all forms of life on Earth. Economics Unmasked presents a cogent cri...

Compass creating exceptional organizations: a leader's guide —Brandt, William F.
EBook
2013

A how-to book for business leaders providing the principles, processes and tools to build Exceptional Organizations. Filled with lessons that provide education, training and tools to support change and progress--it will ...

A minute to think : reclaim creativity, conquer busyness, and do your best work. —Funt, Juliet.

"Forget the 24/7 lifestyle; productivity expert Juliet Funt explains how to avoid burnout, speed execution, reduce waste, and help teams do more meaningful work by introducing strategic pauses--what she calls "whitespace...

Keeping the Books Basic Recordkeeping and Accounting for the successful Small Business —Pinson, Linda.
EBook
2014

Now in its 27th year, this is one of the most successful and effective guides to preparing and analyzing financial statements, setting up bookkeeping systems, and planning for taxes. Featuring chapters on income and expe...

Anatomy of a business plan the step-by-step guide to building your business and securing your company's future —Pinson, Linda, author.
EBook
2013

"This new edition of Anatomy of a business plan has been revised to reflect the latest online and printed financial and marketing resources and current business plan practices"--Page [4] of cover.

Who kidnapped excellence? what stops us from giving and being our best —Paul, Harry, 1950-
EBook
2014

"In the tradition of "Who Killed Change?," the book begins with a crime being committed: Excellence (personified) has been kidnapped and Leadership assembles Excellence's team (Passion, Flexibility, Communication, Compet...

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