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Warfighting

Author: General Al Gray

Publisher: Broadway Business

ISBN: Wally Bock

Summary:Because it's short and about strategy, Warfighting invites comparison with The Art of War. They're both excellent, but if you can only have one, pick Warfighting.


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What the Customer Wants You To Know

Author: Ram Charan

Publisher: Portfolio Hardcover

ISBN: Mandy Leonard

Summary:Moving away from the traditional idea of just trying to sell a commodity to a customer, Charan presents us with the Value Creation Selling (VCS) sales process.


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What To Do When You Become The Boss

Author: Bob Selden

Publisher: Outskirts Press, 2008

ISBN: Mandy Leonard

Summary:Taking on a new managerial role requires effective, responsible leadership and the ability to maintain strong relationships.


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Why Don't You Want What I Want?

Author: Rick Maurer

Publisher: Bard Press 2002

ISBN: Zoë Williams

Summary:How often have you been so absorbed in your own ideas for innovation that you just ride over all opposition, leaving a trail of broken relationships in your wake? Forget traditional advice about gaining support for change. It’s not necessarily the other person that causes the problem, but our approach to them and their concerns.


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Why Should The Boss Listen To You?

Author: James E. Lukaszewski

Publisher: Jossey-Bass

ISBN: Mandy Leonard

Summary:Realize the importance of understanding how top executives think and what they expect and need from their advisors,


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Will Your Next Mistake Be Fatal?

Author: Robert E Mittelstaedt, Jr.

Publisher: Wharton School Publishing

ISBN: Melanie Smith

Summary:Robert explains how to avoid the chain of mistakes that can destroy your organization.


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Wired Life - who are we in the digital age?

Author: Charles Jonscher

Publisher: Bantam Press, 1999

ISBN: Mick Yates

Summary:Jonscher turns the whole "digital life" thing on it's head, arguing with a great deal of force that the analog nature of human beings gives us all cause for optimism


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Womenomics: Write Your Own Rules for Success

Author: Claire Shipman & Katty Kay

Publisher: Harper Business

ISBN: Mandy Yates

Summary:Through candid examples and useful “news you can use” bites, the authors explain that Womenomics is a power that will get you the work life balance you really want.


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Work the System: The Simple Mechanics of Making More and Working Less

Author: Sam Carpenter

Publisher: Greenleaf Book Group Press

ISBN: Mandy Leonard

Summary:Whilst we may know the systems we should use, we’re not necessarily implementing them to best advantage. This books shows you how.


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