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This book will appeal to anyone, from entry-level to CEO, who wants to cut through the clutter and discover the brilliant books that are truly worth their investment of time and money. Category — 1: YOU Improving your life, your person and your strengths. Drucker 7. Robert E. Kelley 8. Covey 9. Mackay Seuss Category — 2: Posner Tichy with Stratford Sherman Kotter Never Give In!
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These trackers stealthily follow shoppers through a store, noting on a paper form everything the shopper does. Underhill took this rich material and wrote Why We Buy based on the mechanics, demographics, and, finally, the dynamics of shopping.
How many experiences did you have today that you are going to tell your five closest friends about?
Now, think about the experiences your customers had today. Will they be raving to their friends? The Law of the Few introduces us to three social groups; the Mavens, the Connectors, and the Salesmen.
To make sure the show resonates with the audience, researchers test every show three times before it goes on air, meeting with preschoolers every week to tweak the scripts.
I just love the concept of going directly to your audience and using the data to create a product that is memorable, even if the changes are small. The Broken Windows theory is an example of the third essential, the Power of Context, which argues that an epidemic does not occur in a vacuum. In the Broken Window theory, if a window of a building is broken and left unrepaired, people will conclude that nobody cares, nobody is in charge, and, as a result, more windows will be broken, leading to more crime in the vicinity.
In the s, crime in NYC was at its highest level in history. The subway system was in a shambles, the cars were often covered with graffiti, and people were afraid to use the system. One of the first things David Gunn did was set up a plan to clean the graffiti off the subway cars and keep it off. The transit workers became almost obsessive about removing the graffiti: The final step of performing the operation proves that knowledge has been acquired and transferred.
This training construct matches one used by the U. Airline pilots, ocean freighter captains, and professional athletes follow the same strategy, but business practitioners seem to favor theory over practice. The white hat is concerned with objective facts and figures. Red suggests anger seeing red , rage, and emotions.
The red hat gives the emotional view. Black is somber and serious. The black hat is cautious and careful.
It points out the weaknesses in an idea. Yellow is sunny and positive. The yellow hat is optimistic and covers hope and positive thinking. Green is grass, vegetation, and abundant, fertile growth. The green hat indicates creativity and new ideas. Blue is cool, and it is also the color of the sky, which is above everything else.
The blue hat is concerned with control, the organization of the thinking process, and the use of other hats.
The Art of the Start 2. Breadth of knowledge creates, rather than opposes, depth of knowledge. Each essay ties an accessible metaphor to a piece of specific research and its implications for investors.
To dismiss the work as not in your purview would be to miss the richness of sources Mauboussin draws from and miss the very point of using a broader base of knowledge to make better decisions.
What can Tupperware parties teach us about influence? The breadth of subjects Mauboussin draws from and his central message that we should never put limits on what we know should inspire each of us to develop more numerous sources of inspiration as we try to make better sense of what we do and of the greater world around us.
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How to be a Star at Work: Kelley 5. The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People: Powerful Lessons in Person saya tak reti nak review buku Covey 6. Mackay 8. The Power of Intuition: Oh, the Places You'll Go!
Chasing Daylight: On Becoming a Leader: The Leadership Moment: Kouzes and Barry Z. Posner The Radical Leap: Tichy and Stratford Sherman Kotter Questions of Character: Badaracco Jr. The Story Factor: Never Give In! The Bset of Winston Churchill's Speeches In Search of Excellence: Peters and Robert H. Waterman Jr.
Good to Great: Why Some Companies make the Leap The Innovator's Dilemma: Christensen Only the Paranoid Survive: Grove Who Says Elephants Can't Dance? Gerstner Jr. Discovering the Soul of Service: Berry Prahalad Cialdini Selling the Invisible: Crossing the Chasm: Moore How to Become a Rainmaker: Fox Why We Buy: The Experience Economy: Gilmore Purple Cow: The Tipping Point: Naked Economics: Financial Intelligence: The Balanced Scorecard: Kaplan and David P.
Norton The Essential Drucker: Drucker Edwards Deming Toyota Production System: Reengineering the Corporation: The Goal: Goldratt and Jeff Cox The Great Game of Business: First, Break All the Rules: A New Brand world: Clinton The Knowing-Doing Gap: The Five Dysfunctions of a Team: The Life of John D. Sloan Jr. The HP Way: Moments of Truth: Sam Walton: Losing My Virginity: The E-Myth Revisited: Gerber The Republic of Tea: The Partnership Charter: Guerrilla Marketing: The Monk and the Riddle: Love American Steel: The Smatest Guys in the Room: When Genius Failed: Orbiting the Giant Hairball: The Art of Innovation: Jump Start Your Business Brain: A Whack on the Side of the Head: Todd Sattersten currently runs BizBookLab , a company that identifies, develops, and launches business books around the world from Portland, Oregon.
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