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Business and finance new titles

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Our business and finance books cover everything from buying and selling tips, real estate, corporate survival and more. This list updates when we add new titles to our collection.

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Create the future  by Jeremy Gutsche

Create the future

Jeremy Gutsche

Book

Learn to Innovate and Make Real Change. In our era of disruption and possibility, there are so many great opportunities within your grasp; however, most smart and successful people miss out. Unfortunately, your capabilities are limited by the seven traps...

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The future is faster than you think  by Peter H. Diamandis

The future is faster than you think

Peter H. Diamandis

Book

Diamandis and Kotler probe the science of technological convergence and how it will reinvent every part of our lives--transportation, retail, advertising, education, health, entertainment, food, and finance--taking humanity into uncharted territories...

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Sell like crazy  by Sabri Suby

Sell like crazy

Sabri Suby

Book

In this groundbreaking book, Sabri Suby, the founder of Australia's #1 fastest growing digital marketing agency, reveals his exclusive step-by-step formula for growing the sales of any business, in any market or niche! The 8 phase 'secret selling sys...

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Trust-based selling  by Kerry L Johnson

Trust-based selling

Kerry L Johnson

Book

New psychological research into NLP has uncovered easy-to-use, customer-focused strategies to help you understand what your prospective customer is thinking. Now one of America's foremost business psychologists will explain the concepts and provide you...

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Fewer, richer, greener  by Laurence B. Siegel

Fewer, richer, greener

Laurence B. Siegel

Book

Our world is burdened with disappearing economic growth, a deteriorating environment, limited natural resources, and not just too many people, but too many old people. Really? While such pessimism may mark you as a wise soul at the neighborhood cocktail...

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The myth of Chinese capitalism  by Dexter Roberts

The myth of Chinese capitalism

Dexter Roberts

Book

The untold story of how restrictive policies are preventing China from becoming the world's largest economy Dexter Roberts lived in Beijing for two decades working as a reporter on economics, business and politics for Bloomberg. In his book, The Myth...

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The little book of common sense investing  by John C. Bogle

The little book of common sense investing

John C. Bogle

Book

The Little Book of Common Sense Investing is the classic guide to getting smart about the market. Legendary mutual fund pioneer John C. Bogle reveals his key to getting more out of investing: low-cost index funds. Bogle describes the simplest and mos...

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The art of creative rebellion  by John S. Couch

The art of creative rebellion

John S. Couch

Book

From one of today's leading creative minds comes a book for modern rebels about how to find success--without losing your edge. Written for uncompromising creative thinkers and aspiring change-makers, The Art of Creative Rebellion encapsulates insights...

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Think outside the building  by Rosabeth Moss Kanter

Think outside the building

Rosabeth Moss Kanter

Book

Over a decade ago, renowned innovation expert Rosabeth Moss Kanter co-founded and then directed Harvard's Advanced Leadership Initiative. Her breakthrough work with hundreds of successful professionals and executives, as well as aspiring young entrep...

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Testing business ideas  by David J. Bland

Testing business ideas

David J. Bland

Book

There is a large knowledge gap in the market today between business strategy and experimentation. People resort to reading growth hacker blogs or going to meetups or eventually asking consultants for help. This book contains a library of techniques a...

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The unfair advantage  by Ash Ali

The unfair advantage

Ash Ali

Book

We all have unfair advantages in life, whether we happen to be quick, have a talent for maths, a great feel for people. An unfair advantage is simply the element that gives you an edge over your competition. This innovative book shows how to identify...

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The four greatest coaching conversations  by Jerry Connor

The four greatest coaching conversations

Jerry Connor

Book

Based on data and insights from over 100k virtual and in-person coaching conversations conducted by the talented coaches of BTS Coach, comes the first book to take BTS Coach's evidence-based coaching process to a mass audience. In a concise, easy-to-...

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The enterpreneur's guide to risk and decisions  by Thomas G. Pittz

The enterpreneur's guide to risk and decisions

Thomas G. Pittz

Book

Becoming a successful entrepreneur is impossible without accepting risk – the question is which risk to take and at what time. Expert authors Thomas G. Pittz and Eric W. Liguori draw on years of working with and in early-stage ventures to provide guidance...

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Business model you  by Tim Clark

Business model you

Tim Clark

Book

Uses the same powerful one-page tool to teach readers how to draw "personal business models," which reveal new ways their skills can be adapted to the changing needs of the marketplace to reveal new, more satisfying, career and life possibilities.

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People powered  by Jono Bacon

People powered

Jono Bacon

Book

Customer communities have been a popular topic since the rise of the internet and social media, but few companies have consistently harnessed their power, driven tangible value, and effectively measured their return on investment (ROI). While large.....

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Everyday millionaires  by Chris Hogan

Everyday millionaires

Chris Hogan

Book

Everywhere we turn, we hear negative financial news--that the American Dream is dead or that the little man can't get ahead. Our culture feeds us the lie that it's impossible to become a millionaire in America today, but it's time you heard the truth.In...

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Staring down the wolf  by Mark Divine

Staring down the wolf

Mark Divine

Book

What does it take to command a team of elite individuals? It requires a commitment to seven key principles: Courage, Trust, Respect, Growth, Excellence, Resiliency, and Alignment. All of these are present in an elite team which commits to them deeply...

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Make meetings matter  by Paul Axtell

Make meetings matter

Paul Axtell

Book

Meetings should matter. No one wants to be called in for a meeting that could've been an email. No one wants to sit in a meeting where everyone's distracted or talking over each other. If you're going to attend or lead a meeting, don't you want it to...

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Influencers & revolutionaries  by Sean Pillot de Chenecey

Influencers & revolutionaries

Sean Pillot de Chenecey

Book

People are looking for alternatives and demanding a better way of doing business. Their demands mean that ethical, flexible, sustainable, collaborative and radical business strategies are required. Influencers & Revolutionaries charts inspiring innov...

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Facebook  by Steven Levy

Facebook

Steven Levy

Book

In his sophomore year of college, Mark Zuckerberg created a simple website to serve as a campus social network. The site caught on like wildfire, and soon students nationwide were on Facebook. Today, Facebook is nearly unrecognizable from Zuckerberg's...

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Bridging differences for better mentoring  by Lisa Z. Fain

Bridging differences for better mentoring

Lisa Z. Fain

Book

This is the first comprehensive guide designed to help mentors and mentees bridge gaps between and among cultures-a growing issue in today's diverse workplace-and it's coauthored by the world's leading authority on mentoring.

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Windows of opportunity  by David Sainsbury

Windows of opportunity

David Sainsbury

Book

Is neoclassical economics dead? Why have the biggest industrial economies stagnated since the financial crisis? Is the competitive threat from China a tired metaphor or a genuine danger to our standard of living? Lord David Sainsbury draws on his experience...

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Generation share  by Benita Matofska

Generation share

Benita Matofska

Book

Generation Share takes readers on a journey around the globe to meet the people who are changing and saving lives by building a Sharing Economy. Through stunning photography, social commentary and interviews with 200 change-makers, Generation Share s...

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The motive  by Patrick Lencioni

The motive

Patrick Lencioni

Book

In what may be his edgiest page-turner to date, Lencioni thrusts his readers into a day-long conversation between rival CEOs. Shay Davis is the CEO of Golden Gate Alarm, who, after just a year in his role, is beginning to worry about his job and is d...

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Bubble in the sun  by Christopher Knowlton

Bubble in the sun

Christopher Knowlton

Book

The 1920s in Florida was a time of incredible excess, immense wealth, and precipitous collapse. The new cities that rose rapidly from the teeming wetlands spawned a new subdivision civilization-- and an egregious large-scale assault on the environment...

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Charismatic leadership  by Kevin Murray

Charismatic leadership

Kevin Murray

Book

We say that someone has charisma when they can attract, inspire and influence people through their personal qualities. We think that this is a special power some fortunate individuals have that makes them able to affect and influence others at a deep...

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How to go to work  by Lucy Clayton

How to go to work

Lucy Clayton

Book

How to go to Work is an honest and practical guide covering everything you need to know to get the career you want. It covers key topics like work experience, internships, and interviews but much more importantly it offers a guide to behaviour once you've...

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Pharma  by Gerald L. Posner

Pharma

Gerald L. Posner

Book

Pharmaceutical breakthroughs such as antibiotics and vaccines rank among some of the greatest advancements in human history. Yet exorbitant prices for life-saving drugs, safety recalls affecting tens of millions of Americans, and soaring rates of addiction...

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Why you should be a socialist  by Nathan J. Robinson

Why you should be a socialist

Nathan J. Robinson

Book

A primer on Democratic Socialism for those who are extremely skeptical of it. America is witnessing the rise of a new generation of socialist activists. More young people support socialism now than at any time since the labor movement of the 1920s. T...

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Salesforce  by Liz Kao

Salesforce

Liz Kao

Book

Salesforce For Dummies, 7th Edition gives you an edge in building relationships and managing your company's sales, marketing, customer service, and support operations. You'll learn how to maximize the new user interface to organize contacts, schedule...

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Cryptocurrency mining  by Peter Kent

Cryptocurrency mining

Peter Kent

Book

Find out the essentials of cryptocurrency mining. The cryptocurrency phenomenon has sparked a new opportunity mine for virtual gold, kind of like the prospectors of a couple centuries back. This time around, you need some tech know-how to get into th...

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The gig economy  by Jamie Woodcock

The gig economy

Jamie Woodcock

Book

All of a sudden, everybody's talking about the gig economy. Drawing upon years of research, stories from gig workers, and a review of the key trends and debates, Jamie Woodcock and Mark Graham shed light on how the gig economy came to be, how it works...

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Overcome  by Jason Redman

Overcome

Jason Redman

Book

Adversity can often catch you by surprise and leave you struggling with what to do next. What if you could confront any adversity, from the biggest challenges-the loss of your job, divorce, health issues, bankruptcy-to normal daily challenges-a late flight,...

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Banking bad  by Adele Ferguson

Banking bad

Adele Ferguson

Book

Against all the odds, Australia held a royal commission into the banking and financial services industries. Its revelations rocked the nation. Even defenders of the banks were blindsided. Few people were more instrumental in bringing about the commission...

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Little black book  by Otegha Uwaga

Little black book

Otegha Uwaga

Book

The essential career handbook for women working in the creative industries, and beyond. Little Black Book: A Toolkit For Working Women is the modern career guide every creative woman needs, whether you're just starting out, or already have years of e...

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The truth about the drug companies  by Marcia Angell

The truth about the drug companies

Marcia Angell

Book

In this explosive expose of the drug companies and how they are ripping us off, Marcia Angell, M.D., a doctor, medical journalist, and a former editor of the respected New England Journal of Medicine, reveals the many ways in which the pharmaceutical...

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The crypto trader  by Glen Goodman

The crypto trader

Glen Goodman

Book

Glen Goodman's goal was to retire young and wealthy, escaping the daily grind. He taught himself how to trade everything from shares to Bitcoin and made enough money to realise his dream and quit his day job while still in his 30s. It took Glen years...

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HBR guide to managing strategic initiatives.

HBR guide to managing strategic initiatives.

Book

This big initiative could make or break this fiscal year--or your career. Strategic initiatives are where the rubber meets the road when it comes to putting strategy into action, and leading a critical initiative may be the key to propelling your car...

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The globalization of wine

The globalization of wine

Book

The Globalization of Wine is a one-stop guide to understanding wine across the world today. Examining a broad range of developments in the wine world, it considers the social, cultural, economic, political and geographical dimensions of wine globalization....

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Leadership is language  by L. David Marquet

Leadership is language

L. David Marquet

Book

From the acclaimed author of Turn the Ship Around!, former US Navy Captain David Marquet, comes a radical new playbook for empowering your team to make better decisions and take greater ownership. You might imagine that an effective leader is someone...

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The reinventionist mindset  by Joe Jackman

The reinventionist mindset

Joe Jackman

Book

The status quo is the serial killer of great companies. Nothing is immune from the need for change, but when faced with change, most companies do one of three things: double down, endlessly strategize, or "Ostrich." But there's a fourth (and only) op...

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Sabotage  by Anastasia Nesvetailova

Sabotage

Anastasia Nesvetailova

Book

The fundamental motive for financial innovation is not to make the system work better, but to avoid regulation and oversight. This is not a bug of the financial system, but a built-in feature. The president of the US is not a tax avoider because he is...

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Radical uncertainty  by J. A. (John Anderson) Kay

Radical uncertainty

J. A. (John Anderson) Kay

Book

When uncertainty is all around us, and the facts are not clear, how can we make good decisions? We do not know what the future will hold, particularly in the midst of a crisis, but we must make decisions anyway. We regularly crave certainties which c...

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Radical collaboration  by James W. Tamm

Radical collaboration

James W. Tamm

Book

In today's networked world, being able to add value by collaborating effectively with others has gone beyond being nice to have to become a new business imperative. The collaborative capital of a company is now of equal importance to its intellectual...

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Never split the difference  by Chris Voss

Never split the difference

Chris Voss

Book

"A former international hostage negotiator for the FBI offers a new, field-tested approach to high-stakes negotiations whether in the boardroom or at home. After a stint policing the rough streets of Kansas City, Missouri, Chris Voss joined the FBI, where...

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The CEO factory  by Sudhir Sitapati

The CEO factory

Sudhir Sitapati

Book

For six decades Hindustan Unilever has remained among India's top five most valuable companies. No other corporation in the world has done so well for so long. Its brands sit in most Indian homes (nine out of ten Indians use an HUL product every month),...

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Innovator's playbook  by Nathan Baird

Innovator's playbook

Nathan Baird

Book

Innovation is hard and rarely successful. Most innovations fail because of little or poor work at the front-end of the innovation process, that is, the initial pre-development phase where opportunities are identified and concepts are developed. In this...

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Safety-first retirement planning  by Wade Donald Pfau

Safety-first retirement planning

Wade Donald Pfau

Book

Two fundamentally different philosophies for retirement income planning, which I call probability-based and safety-first, diverge on the critical issue of where a retirement plan is best served: in the risk/reward trade-offs of a diversified and aggr...

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Know what you're for  by Jeff Henderson

Know what you're for

Jeff Henderson

Book

We don't want something from you. We want something for you." This simple idea can revolutionize your business. As Jeff Henderson writes in his book For vs. From, this idea isn't simply a slogan. It's a mission, a purpose, a rallying cry for those who...

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Catch and kill  by Ronan Farrow

Catch and kill

Ronan Farrow

Book

In a dramatic account of violence and espionage, Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative reporter Ronan Farrow exposes serial abusers and a cabal of powerful interests hell-bent on covering up the truth, at any cost. In 2017, a routine network televisio...

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Unlocking potential  by Michael K. (Leadership coach) Simpson

Unlocking potential

Michael K. (Leadership coach) Simps...

Book

To get the best from your employees, you need to be more than a manager. You need to be a coach. You’re a leader because you possess expertise in your field. You have the training and experience. You understand your business…but can you fully motivate...

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The calling  by author Rha Goddess

The calling

author Rha Goddess

Book

Every single one of us has a calling. For most people, it is the thing you have to force yourself not to do. When you ignore it, it is the thing that weighs on you and consumes your conscience until you give it its due. It is the thing that both terrifies...

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Sales 101  by Wendy Connick

Sales 101

Wendy Connick

Book

Whether you are interested in pursuing a full-times sales career, want to make extra money with sales as a side hustle, or are just looking to turn your hobby into a business, everyone can benefit from knowing how to sell. With Sales 101 you can start...

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The obstacle is the way  by Ryan Holiday

The obstacle is the way

Ryan Holiday

Book

"With a simple change of attitude, what seem like insurmountable obstacles become once-in-a-lifetime opportunities. Ryan Holiday, who dropped out of college at nineteen to serve as an apprentice to bestselling 'modern Machiavelli' Robert Greene and is...

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The wealth of nations  by Adam Smith

The wealth of nations

Adam Smith

Book

A book about economics which provides a comprehensive analysis of industrial economies. It offers an exposition of Smith's two great liberal principles of self-interest and natural liberty.

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HBR guide to making better decisions.

HBR guide to making better decisions.

Book

Learn how to make better, faster decisions. As a manager you have to make decisions--from daily choices about team priorities to deciding which long-term innovation projects to pursue. But most decisions don't have a clear-cut answer, and assessing t...

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Respect trumps harmony  by Rachael Robertson

Respect trumps harmony

Rachael Robertson

Book

In recent years there has been a huge push towards passion and purpose at work. There is a notion that when you love what you do at work, your colleagues become like family. But sometimes, work is just work, it's hard to get passionate about it. And ...

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The advice trap  by Michael Bungay Stanier

The advice trap

Michael Bungay Stanier

Book

Hi there, it's Michael, the author. You might know my previous book, The Coaching Habit. It was an unexpected bestseller: more than 700,000 copies sold so far, 1,000+ 5-star reviews on Amazon (my favourite: "I have plodded through many books that wish...

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25 hours a day  by Nick Bare

25 hours a day

Nick Bare

Book

You have big dreams that fire you up, and yet a fear of failure is holding you back. You see the success others have achieved and doubt you could ever do what they've done. You tell yourself you lack the smarts, skills, or leadership capabilities to live...

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Adopt & embrace Microsoft Teams  by Paul Woods

Adopt & embrace Microsoft Teams

Paul Woods

Book

You don't need to spend your day stuck in email, or endless meetings! Set your team up for success with practical guidance designed specifically for Executives, Managers and Team Leaders who want to achieve more, using Microsoft Teams. Embrace new wo...

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Anarchy, Inc.  by Patrick Schwerdtfeger

Anarchy, Inc.

Patrick Schwerdtfeger

Book

Don’t ask, “Who’s gonna eat our lunch?” Ask instead, “Who else’s lunch can we eat?” Anarchy is coming. Decentralization is accelerating, and technology is facilitating the trend. Nobody trusts traditional institutions or authority figures anymore. Bi...

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Will the gig economy prevail?  by Colin Crouch

Will the gig economy prevail?

Colin Crouch

Book

In this book, Colin Crouch takes a step back and questions the logic of the 'gig economy'. He shows how the idea of an employee - a stable status that involves a bundle of rights - has, despite many changes and threats, shown a curious persistence. It...

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The mysterious affair at Olivetti  by Meryle Secrest

The mysterious affair at Olivetti

Meryle Secrest

Book

The never-before-told true account of the design and development of the first desktop computer by the world's most famous high-styled typewriter company, more than a decade before the arrival of the Osborne 1, the Apple 1, the first Intel microprocessor,...

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From technocrat to leader  by Donald Macrae Gordon

From technocrat to leader

Donald Macrae Gordon

Book

This compelling book provides practical and ethical guidance to all people who are on the path to becoming leaders. The author focuses on the foundations of leadership - trust and care. All other aspects of successful leadership rely on the application...

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Buddha's office  by Dan Zigmond

Buddha's office

Dan Zigmond

Book

Can enlightenment be found at the office? From the co-author of Buddha's Diet comes another book that shows how the wisdom of Buddha can apply to our modern lives -- this time exploring how Buddha's guidance can help us navigate the perils of work li...

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Shut up and listen!  by Tilman Fertitta

Shut up and listen!

Tilman Fertitta

Book

For aspiring entrepreneurs or people in business, this book will help you take your company to the next level. When you put this book down, you'll know what you're doing right and what you're doing wrong to operate your business, and if you're just g...

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Chocolate wars  by Deborah Cadbury

Chocolate wars

Deborah Cadbury

Book

"With a cast of characters that wouldn't be out of place in a Victorian novel, Chocolate Wars tells the story of the great chocolatier dynasties, through the prism of the Cadburys. Chocolate was consumed unrefined and unprocessed as a rather bitter, ...

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The customer of the future  by Blake (Marketing researcher) Morgan

The customer of the future

Blake (Marketing researcher) Morgan

Book

Tomorrow's customers need to be targeted today! With emerging technology transforming customer expectations, it's more important than ever to keep a laser focus on the experience companies provide their customers. In The Customer of the Future, custo...

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Competing in the age of AI  by Marco Iansiti

Competing in the age of AI

Marco Iansiti

Book

While we often still treat AI as the domain of a specific skill, business function, or sector, we have entered a new era in which AI is challenging the very concept of the firm. AI-centric organizations exhibit a new operating architecture, redefining...

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Magnetic marketing  by Dan S. Kennedy

Magnetic marketing

Dan S. Kennedy

Book

Magnetic Marketing is a radical, dramatically different sea-change in the way new customers, clients, patients or prospects are attracted and in the way products, services, businesses and practices are advertised. It is a "change movement" that has e...

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The debt delusion  by John Weeks

The debt delusion

John Weeks

Book

Governments should spend no more than their tax income.' Most people in Europe and North America accept this statement as simple common sense. It matches the deeply engrained economic metaphors that dominate public discourse, from 'living within your...

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Fit to compete  by Michael Beer

Fit to compete

Michael Beer

Book

In thirty years of working in corporations, Michael Beer has witnessed how organizational silence has derailed many a strategic objective. When lower-level employees in the organization can't speak truth to power, senior leaders don't hear what they need...

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Social media success for every brand  by Claire Diaz-Ortiz

Social media success for every brand

Claire Diaz-Ortiz

Book

Most business owners are blindly guessing at their social media strategy, and it's costing them time and money. Based on Donald Miller's bestselling book Building a StoryBrand, Claire Diaz-Ortiz applies the seven principles of the StoryBrand Framework...

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The savvy investor's guide to avoiding pitfalls, frauds, and scams  by H. Kent (Harold Kent) Baker

The savvy investor's guide to avoiding pitfalls, frauds, and scams

H. Kent (Harold Kent) Baker

Book

There are two important things you must do to be a savvy investor: make good investment decisions and avoid costly mistakes. As important as good investments are, one bad mistake can ruin the result of all your good decisions. In the second book in The...

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Leading in the global matrix  by John Futterknecht

Leading in the global matrix

John Futterknecht

Book

Enter the matrix . . . and discover a whole new reality for your organization. In today's global business world, many organizations are shifting away from decentralized, vertical structures-with silo functions such as finance, HR, or operations-to a ...

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Do the work you love  by Joe Barnes

Do the work you love

Joe Barnes

Book

Taking the reader on a journey from discovering a marketable passion to generating an income from it, this book is a practical guide to tackling one of the key questions of our era: how to make a living doing the thing you love. Aimed at all those who...

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The intention imperative  by Mark Sanborn

The intention imperative

Mark Sanborn

Book

Today’s leaders often lack clarity and therefore the ability to execute, leaving their organizations mired in the status quo. Renowned leadership expert Mark Sanborn demystifies the essential elements of great leadership and provides a formula for leaders...

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Tickbox  by David Boyle

Tickbox

David Boyle

Book

The word 'tickbox' emerged recently as a cynical angle on official or corporate incompetence. They had 'ticked the box' - people said - but failed to act. It is increasingly used to describe this gap between official spin and reality. Yet, says David...

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The story factor  by Annette Simmons

The story factor

Annette Simmons

Book

In this modern classic, Annette Simmons reminds us that the oldest tool of influence--storytelling--is also the most powerful. Fully revised and updated to account for new technology and social media, along with two new chapters on the role of stories...

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The coaching manual  by Julie Starr

The coaching manual

Julie Starr

Book

Widely recognised as a leading practical handbook on coaching, The Coaching Manual combines an understanding of coaching principles, skills, attitudes and behaviours, along with practical guidance and a comprehensive tool kit for coaches. The Coaching...

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OECD economic surveys. New Zealand. by issuing body Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development

OECD economic surveys. New Zealand.

issuing body Organisation for Economic...

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The Kiwi branding edge  by Ryan L. Jennings

The Kiwi branding edge

Ryan L. Jennings

Book

"The Kiwi Branding Edge book explores how New Zealand businesses are creating an edge with the New Zealand Made Kiwi trademark. This practical guide shows you how to create a market origin advantage for the products you make through the lens of 70+ b...

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Almost alchemy  by Dan S. Kennedy

Almost alchemy

Dan S. Kennedy

Book

Almost Alchemy challenges your existing beliefs and self-imposed limitations--forcing you to re-imagine, reinvent, and reorganize your business to achieve and exceed goals in a systematic and sustainable way. In this radical new book, Dan Kennedy destroys...

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The neurodiverse workplace  by Victoria (Language and communication teacher) Honeybourne

The neurodiverse workplace

Victoria (Language and communication...

Book

Estimates suggest that up to 20% of employees, customers and clients might have a neurodivergent condition - such as dyslexia, autism, Asperger's, ADHD or dyspraxia - yet these individuals often struggle to gain and maintain employment, despite being...

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The six conversations of a brilliant manager  by Alan J. Sears

The six conversations of a brilliant manager

Alan J. Sears

Book

In The Six Conversations of a Brilliant Manager, Alan J. Sears distils over 20 years' experience as a management consultant and coach into six simple conversational structures that cover every management situation. A natural storyteller with a great ...

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Microsoft Project 2019 step by step  by Cindy S. Lewis

Microsoft Project 2019 step by step

Cindy S. Lewis

Book

This is learning made easy. Get more done quickly with Microsoft Project 2019. Jump in wherever you need answersbrisk lessons and informative screenshots show you exactly what to do, step by step. Other Project users will want to grab this book as we...

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The design thinking playbook  by Michael Lewrick

The design thinking playbook

Michael Lewrick

Book

A radical shift in perspective to transform your organization to become more innovative The Design Thinking Playbook is an actionable guide to the future of business. By stepping back and questioning the current mindset, the faults of the status quo stand...

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Margin of trust  by Lawrence A. Cunningham

Margin of trust

Lawrence A. Cunningham

Book

For the past 25 years, Lawrence Cunningham has written books, articles, and essays about Warren Buffett and Berkshire Hathaway, contributing to the vast quantity of literature on the subject. In recent years his writings have focused more on the key ...

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Align  by Jonathan Trevor

Align

Jonathan Trevor

Book

Why do some businesses thrive, while many more struggle and fail? A key reason--and the focus of this book--is strategic alignment. This is the careful arrangement of the various elements of an enterprise--from its business strategy to its organisati...

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Loonshots  by Safi Bahcall

Loonshots

Safi Bahcall

Book

What do James Bond and Lipitor have in common? Why do traffic jams appear out of nowhere on highways? How did the Allies win the secret war against the Nazis? Why does the world speak English? What do the answers to these questions tell us about building...

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Enough  by John C. Bogle

Enough

John C. Bogle

Book

John Bogle puts our obsession with financial success in perspective Throughout his legendary career, John C. Bogle-founder of the Vanguard Mutual Fund Group and creator of the first index mutual fund-has helped investors build wealth the right way and...

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Money School  by Lacey Filipich

Money School

Lacey Filipich

Book

From the founder of Money School comes an approachable and inspiring guide to taking control of your money and your time so you can build the life you really want. 'Time poor' is the catch-cry of our era, and yet end-of-life retirement means we have an...

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Arguing with zombies  by Paul R. Krugman

Arguing with zombies

Paul R. Krugman

Book

An accessible, compelling introduction to today's major policy issues from columnist, best-selling author, and Nobel Prize-winning economist Paul Krugman. There is no better guide than Paul Krugman to basic economics, the ideas that animate much of our...

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