To achieve unimaginable business success and financial wealth—to reach the upper echelons of entrepreneurs, where you’ll find Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook, Sara Blakely of Spanx, Mark Pincus of Zynga, Kevin Plank of Under Armour, and many others—you have to change the way you think.
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In order to survive on a daily basis, you have to have the attention of someone and, on some days, a lot of people. This is purely functional, but the need seems to go beyond that. Why do you want people to take an interest in you? Do you actually need them to? We think so. We want to be interesting to others for many reasons. Socially, it’s important for us
In Exceptional Service, Exceptional Profit insiders Leonardo Inghilleri and Micah Solomon reveal the secrets of providing online and offline customer service so superior it nearly guarantees loyalty.
If you are a boss who wants to do great work, what can you do about it? Good Boss, Bad Boss is devoted to answering that question. Stanford Professor Robert Sutton weaves together the best psychological and management research with compelling stories and cases to reveal the mindset and moves of the best (and worst) bosses. This book was inspired by the deluge of emails, research, phone calls, and conversations that Dr. Sutton
DIY U: Edupunks, Edupreneurs and the Coming Transformation of Higher Education is about the future of higher education. It’s a story about the communities of visionaries who are tackling the enormous challenges of cost, access, and quality in higher ed, using new technologies to bring us a revolution in higher learning that is affordable, accessible, and learner-centered.
Is your child chronically late turning in papers? Does she show up for soccer practice without her soccer bag? Say things without thinking? Read something and forget what he read? Wait until the last minute and then get caught short of time to complete tasks? Written by two clinical psychologists, Late, Lost, and Unprepared is a practical, down-to-earth guide for parents of children and adolescents who have difficulty with these skills-planning
The story takes place in “Goode Farm” and starts with a scarecrow “looking out protectively through his navy blue plastic button eyes”. Though everything looked normal at first, there was something which he gained from his twelve-year experience at the farm that “made him certain something was wrong”. Suddenly, Farmer Goode calls animals to a meeting. This was an unusual event since “normally Farmer Goode held the animal stock meeting in winter
We are living in a world where society trends influence business trends. This has led to offices being ruled by politically correct leaders who tip-toe around inexpert, incompetent employees; refusing or ignoring to correct their employees’ behaviors, favoring office harmony over productivity. The core of the following is to learn the traits of incorrect political leaders and implementing on your company a base of meritocracy in where everyone gets what they
In this delightful, quick to read, business management allegory, Donna M. Genett Ph.D., uses an entertaining narrative about identical cousins, James and Jones, to introduce her successful six-step program for effective delegation. Whether you are the one delegating or the one being delegated to, implementing these six steps is guaranteed to lighten your workload and give you more time to focus on what's really important--on and off the job.
The idea that the path from good to great in the social sectors is to become “more like a business” is dead wrong. Great companies make a prosperous society, but not a great society for economic growth and power are the means, not the end, of a great nation. Few businesses excel to greatness. They’re about as only 11 out of 1435 companies—according to my estimates in my previous book “Good
Based on research performed by the prestigious Saratoga Institute, The 7 Hidden Reasons Employees Leave provides readers with real solutions for the costly problem of employee turnover. Readers will learn how to align employee expectations with the realities of the position, avoid job–person mismatches, and provide feedback and coaching that breed employee confidence. The book examines factors such as manager relationships, lack of trust in senior leadership, company culture and integrity,
Certainly, being a young, educated adult is not the same now as it was even just a mere decade ago, with a rapidly changing world. To create innovators, from this Millennial Generation, not only means supplying the potential innovator with the right skills, tools and atmosphere, but also to supply the people around them who nurture their growth. Parents, teachers, mentors and basically anyone interested in fostering future generations must also
There are two distinct extremes when it comes to parenting. First, there are the straight-laced, locked-down, rule-setting, control-freak parents who try to force their kids into a tight little box where they have no opportunities to make any decisions on their own. Some of these kids grow up, run off to college, and go completely crazy. That's because they've never been given an ounce of freedom. They simply don't know how
The dominant thinking of strategy work over the past 25 years has only focused on competition-based red ocean strategies. The result has been a fairly good understanding of how to compete skillfully in red oceans, with tools such as downsizing, differentiation, focus and benchmarking the competition. We rarely find any tools that help create blue oceans. Creating blue oceans has remained wishful thinking. We hope to change that by providing practical frameworks
If You're Not First, You're Last is about how to sell your products and services—despite the economy—and provides the reader with ways to capitalize regardless of their product, service, or idea. Grant shares his proven strategies that will allow you to not just continue to sell, but create new products, increase margins, gain market share and much more.
The new question: Ten years after the worldwide bestseller Good to Great, Jim Collins returns to ask: Why do some companies thrive in uncertainty, even chaos, and others do not? In Great by Choice, Collins and his colleague, Morten T. Hansen, enumerate the principles for building a truly great enterprise in unpredictable, tumultuous, and fast-moving times. The new study: Great by Choice distinguishes itself from Collins's prior work by its focus on
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