Four leading innovation-strategy leaders outline a path-breaking guide designed to help companies develop products and services customers will buy for premium prices, outlining a revolutionary approach based on a theory that companies are actually "hired" by their customers to perform specific jobs.
The author of Pound Foolish shares 10 straightforward rules about investing and how to apply them to enable 10 to 20 percent of income savings, citing the vulnerabilities of trend-based habits while explaining how to take charge of one's finances to make more informed decisions.
"Let Stefan Thomas show you how to take a fresh look at Networking 2.0 and teach you how networking is no longer just something we do with other people. Instant Networking will show you how to build networking into all that you do, whether you're self-employed, fresh out of education and ready to take on the world or just ready to make your presence known. Learn how to: Combine networking, social media, marketing, and sales skills to give a full picture of how to network effectively. Explore how to establish your personal brand. Deal with the key challenges people face at networking events"
A leading risk management practitioner draws on insights from economics, finance and behavioral science to counsel readers on how to prepare for and make informed choices in a dynamic new economy to prevent global economic disorder and stagnation.
The CEO of Peak Potentials describes how anyone at any age can tap their true potential and transition or transform their career through step-by-step exercises, introspective prompts and daily rituals that will help create a clear a space for change.
A result of the author’s yearlong productivity project, this book, drawing on interviews with the world’s foremost gurus in the field, and a series of productivity experiments, offers readers more than 30 best practices that will help them be more productive in every facet of their lives and accomplish even more. Graphs.
A veteran financial advisor compiles the most important and compelling points from a series of letters written by Warren Buffett between 1956 and 1970 to demonstrate the successful businessman's tactics, control and discipline in a variety of markets and investing climates.