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Author Molly Fletcher (dubbed by CNN "The Female Jerry McGuire") discusses her book "The Business of Being the Best: Inside the World of Go-Getters and Game Changers."
A leading executive coach pinpoints three vital traits necessary to advance your career
Transformative HR details five guiding principles to next generation of talent management: Provides case studies from leading global organizations
In Falling Upward, Richard Rohr seeks to help readers understand the tasks of the two halves of life and to show them that those who have gone “down” are the only ones who understand “up.” Those who have somehow fallen, and fallen well, are the only ones who can grow spiritually and not misuse “up”. More than anything else, he describes what “up” (in the second half of life) will look like and could look like.
A comprehensive survey of expert analysis on paving the way forward for the global financial industry.
A collection of articles from leading commercial bankers, risk managers and regulators from around the world on key issues in risk management and crisis management.
This book is concerned with the branding and marketing of companies, products and services to Islamic countries in Middle East, Asia, Africa and Europe where there is massive business activity, with Islamic trade currently assessed in trillions of dollars.
US schoolteacher Andrew Hallam explains how average people can build wealth in the stock market by shunning the investment products peddled by most financial advisors and avoiding the get-rich-quicker products concocted by an ever widening, self-serving industry.
A step-by-step guide to designing the Balanced Scorecard framework (that includes both financial and non-financial performance perspectives) and how to align the whole organization behind the strategic goals of the enterprise.
During the Age of Enlightenment our societies flourished, propelled by the wonder of new discoveries, radical ideas for economic and social development and a sense that we all had a responsibility to improve our world. In this thought-provoking, lively and entertaining book, Graeme Maxton looks at what brought us to this state and what we can do about it.
The Future of Value reveals what it takes for companies to grow and outperform the competition in today's growth-constrained, sustainability conscious world.
Based on forty years of in-depth work with over one hundred companies, The Performance Pipeline: Getting the Right Performance at Every Level of Leadership defines the results and measurements required at each leadership layer to make the leader, the business and the enterprise successful.
Women have made tremendous strides in business over the past five decades, but their presence in the C-suite remains disappointingly small. A recent survey showed less than 17 percent of the top leadership positions in the Fortune 500 are held by female executives. What’s more, it showed that organizations that reflect the population at large, with more women in top leadership roles, are more profitable and better suited for growth in the 21st century.
A guide to help ensure that a greater number of students are truly ready for college and work.
A book of practical, clear, and powerful ideas to help leaders improve the teaching and learning in their schools. This title is part of the Jossey-Bass Leadership Library in Education series, a collection of books written by experts on various topics within Educational Leadership.
How to Lead and Succeed in Any Business Environment
Twitter for Good is the first definitive guide outlining how to use Twitter to create larger strategies for caused-based campaigns.
In our work lives when something isn't working, we struggle with what part of the problem to tackle first. Do we start with cost reduction? What about morale? Or should we go for process improvements first? We pick the problem to work on, and depending on whether our plan makes sense, one of two things happen. First, we fail--and then we add "frustration" to our list of problems. Two, we succeed, and then some new problem pops out to replace the old. We cut 10% out of our budget, and our star performers leave in frustration because we sliced what they saw as a critical program. It's as though the system we're working on is an old inner tube. The moment we patch one hole and add pressure, another spot tears open.
Authors Clayton Christensen and Henry Eyring discuss their new book, The Innovative University.
From change guru Michael Fullan -- the essential skill-set of the successful leader and the importance of practice in developing powerful leadership.