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1 10 2006

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by Larry Bossidy and Ram Charan

Bossidy, the legendary CEO of Honeywell International, Inc., joins forces
with consultant and prolific author Charan to explain how getting things
done — not strategy, innovation or anything else — is the most important
function of a leader. The authors examine in detail the three key processes
of execution — people, strategy and operations — and show how all three are
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Prize Inside!

by Seth Godin

A free prize is a game-changing soft innovation; a cool twist that doesn’t
cost a fortune but transforms the way people think about your product or
service. In Free Prize Inside!, marketing guru Seth Godin encourages
readers to take on the challenge of creating innovation. Godin explains that
one cannot create innovation by building an organization that is
automatically innovative. Instead, companies must create a desire among
individuals to do the difficult work that makes innovation happen.
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Good to Great
by Jim Collins

What do good companies need to do to become great? To answer this question,
Jim Collins (the author of the bestseller Built to Last) and a team
of researchers used strict benchmarks to identify a group of 11 elite
companies that made the leap from good to great and sustained that greatness
for at least 15 years. The companies that made the list, and those that did
not, provide a vast supply of strategies and ideas that leaders can use
within their own organizations to propel them to greatness.
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The 8th Habit

by Stephen R. Covey

Excellence is no longer merely an option — survival requires it. But to
thrive, excel and lead we must move beyond effectiveness to greatness.
Leadership guru Stephen Covey writes that accessing a higher level of human
genius and motivation requires a sea change in thinking: a new mind-set and
skill set — in short, an additional habit to those featured in his book
The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People
. Covey explains that the crucial
challenge is to find our own voice and inspire others to find theirs.
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Says Elephants Can’t Dance

by Louis V. Gerstner, Jr.

The visionary former chairman and CEO of IBM gives his detailed, insider
account of the now-legendary turnaround at the giant computer company. Among
the lessons you will learn: If it’s broken, fix it; if it’s not broken, fix
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