Category: Books

Book Review: When

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I think the best way for you to know what Dan Pink wants you to get out of When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing is to quote a long paragraph from the end of the book. “The product of writing— this book— contains more answers than questions. But the process of writing is the opposite. Writing is an act of  »  Read More

Book Review: The Power of Little Ideas

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A good book review should answer the question, “Should I buy this book?” If you’re a senior executive in a large corporation, one that has lots of specialized positions, like financial analyst, and product development managers, and senior vice presidents of marketing, The Power of Little Ideas: A Low-Risk  »  Read More

Best Books on Innovation

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There’s a reason why most successful leaders set aside time to read books. Reading stretches your experience beyond the people and situations you encounter on your own. Reading articles and blog posts will help keep you current. Reading books takes you deeper into important thoughts, situations, and experiences. This is  »  Read More

Book Review: Great at Work

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I think we’ve all heard the advice that we should “Work smarter, not harder.” If you’re like me, you always wanted to shout back something like, “Okay! But how?” Time to relax. Morten Hansen wrote the book that we were asking for, even if we didn’t know it. Here’s how he describes his reason for writing  »  Read More

Leadership Books: Suggestions for New Leaders

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There’s a reason why most successful leaders set aside time to read books. Reading stretches your experience beyond the people and situations you encounter on your own. Reading articles and blog posts will help keep you current. Reading books takes you deeper into important thoughts, situations, and experiences. This is  »  Read More

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