The Bullet Journal Method

The Bullet Journal Method

Digital product designer Ryder Carroll suffers from attention deficit disorder. Frustrated by his disorganization, he developed the “Bullet Journal” method to keep track of the moving parts of his life. His method can help you sort your goals...

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Growth Gamble

Growth Gamble

Some senior executives are so eager for growth that they gamble their company’s riches on new business initiatives that will probably fail. Researchers estimate that the failure rate for company-spawned business initiatives is as high as 99%...

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Managing Multiple Projects

Managing Multiple Projects

Irene and Michael Tobis have written an essential book for managers who run numerous small projects or complex combinations of large and small projects with multiple employees who have varying skill levels. If the process you manage hasn’t been...

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Corporate Entrepreneurship

Corporate Entrepreneurship

Top Managers and New Business Creation Vijay Sathe Cambridge UP, 2003 Take-Aways Large organizations can innovate.Entrepreneurship in large organizations requires top-level leadership.Nations need entrepreneurial...

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101 Tips for Telecommuters

101 Tips for Telecommuters

RECOMMENDATION Debra A. Dinnocenzo has written a friendly, informal and sometimes humorous book for people who are or want to become telecommuters. Using her firsthand experiences, the author covers a broad range of tricky issues that...

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Superbosses

Superbosses

RECOMMENDATION Dartmouth College business professor Sydney Finkelstein asked star performers across many industries, “Who is the best boss you’ve ever worked for?” They described driven, enigmatic, tireless “superbosses.” These leaders populate...

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The One Minute Negotiator

The One Minute Negotiator

People intensely dislike negotiating. This is true for everyone, including senior business professionals. This dread may derive from the mistaken attitude that negotiation must be a win- lose confrontation. Not so, according to Don Hutson and...

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The Negotiation Field book

The Negotiation Field book

The objective of this guidebook is to teach you how to negotiate. Many books about negotiation are available and they offer many different kinds of advice. This guide takes a slightly different approach. It begins by emphasizing advance...

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The Negotiation Book

The Negotiation Book

Steve Gates, a negotiation consultant, takes a balanced approach – exemplified in his conceptual tool, “the negotiation clock face” – that makes this manual valuable for negotiators with a wide range of skills and approaches. Gates is...

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The Art of Negotiation

The Art of Negotiation

Sports great Arthur Ashe enjoyed a lucrative endorsement contract with Head, the firm that supplied his tennis rackets, but the company wanted to stop paying his 5% sales royalty. During discussions, the chairman of Head barged into the room...

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