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The Silo Effect: The Peril of Expertise and the Promise of Breaking Down Barriers

by Gillian Tett

From award-winning columnist and journalist Gillian Tett comes a brilliant examination of how our tendency to create functional departments—silos—hinders our work…and how some people and organizations...


Bookkeeping for Small Businesses: Simple steps to becoming a confident bookkeeper

by Andy Lymer & Nick Rowbottom

Is this the right book for me?

Book keeping is neither dull nor mysterious - its rules are logical and straightforward and are readily mastered by practice. Successful Bookkeeping for Small Business is a substantial...


Start a Small Business: The Complete Guide to Starting a Business

by David Weller & Vera Hughes

'Hits the bull's-eye with every chapter... Very highly recommended.' - The Independent

This is a fully updated new edition of the bestselling guide for anyone who is thinking of starting their own business....


Leap: Leaving a Job with No Plan B to Find the Career and Life You Really Want

by Tess Vigeland

Until recently, Tess Vigeland was a longtime host with Public Radio's Marketplace; it was a rewarding, high-status job, and Tess was very good at it—but she'd begun to feel restless. Without any definite,...


Lighting the World

by Jim Rogers

1.2 billion people on Earth still don't have electricity. Even where cell phones are now common, like sub-Saharan Africa and parts of India, villagers still walk miles to charge them. But new large-scale, sustainable...


Cracking the AP Economics Macro & Micro Exams, 2016 Edition

by Princeton Review

EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO SCORE A PERFECT 5. Equip yourself to ace the AP Economics Macro & Micro Exams with The Princeton Review's comprehensive study guide—including thorough content reviews, targeted strategies...


Most Likely to Succeed: Preparing Our Kids for the Innovation Era

by Tony Wagner & Ted Dintersmith

From two leading experts in education and entrepreneurship, an urgent call for the radical re-imagining of American education so that we better equip students for the realities of the twenty-first century economy....


The Iron Men: The Workers of the Iron Age in Georgian Britain

by Anthony Burton

This is the story of how a change in how iron was made in the 18th century changed the world forever, and of the men and women who made it happen. The production of iron around 700BC was so important that it...


Safari

by Geoffrey Kent

"It's here, in nature, that we are completely unified with all of life."

Geoffrey Kent had nothing but an East African shilling and an old Land Rover when he launched a safari business in 1962 with his parents...


Collaborative Intelligence: Thinking with People Who Think Differently

by Dawna Markova & Angie Mcarthur

A breakthrough book on the transformative power of collaborative thinking

 

Collaborative intelligence, or CQ, is a measure of our ability to think with others on behalf of what matters to us all. It is emerging...


Louder than Words: Harness the Power of Your Authentic Voice

by Todd Henry

The next step in personal effectiveness, by the acclaimed author of The Accidental Creative and Die Empty.

There has never been a better time to build an audience around your idea or product. But with so many...


Do What You Love: And Other Lies About Success & Happiness

by Miya Tokumitsu

The American claim that we should love and be passionate about our job may sound uplifting, or at least, harmless, but Do What You Love exposes the tangible damages such rhetoric has leveled upon contemporary...


Behavioral Marketing: Delivering Personalized Experiences At Scale

by Dave Walters & Bill Nussey

Grow revenue by leveraging behavioral marketing during your next campaign

Behavioral Marketing guides you in using relatively new marketing tactics to grow revenue and create process efficiencies. An incredibly...


5 Gears: How to Be Present and Productive When There Is Never Enough Time

by Jeremie Kubicek & Steve Cockram

Be present, connect more effectively, all while being as productive as possible

5 Gears: How to Be Present and Productive When There's Never Enough Time teaches you to shift into the right gear at the right...


Uninvested: How Wall Street Hijacks Your Money and How to Fight Back

by Bobby Monks, Justin Jaffe & Bree LaCasse

Bobby Monks is blowing the whistle on Wall Street, giving middle class Americans the low down on how they’re being fleeced of their retirement money—and what they can do about it

Every month our financial...


Humans Are Underrated: What High Achievers Know That Brilliant Machines Never Will

by Geoff Colvin

As technology races ahead, what will people do better than computers?

What hope will there be for us when computers can drive cars better than humans, predict Supreme Court decisions better than legal experts,...


The Type B Manager: Leading Successfully in a Type A World

by Victor Lipman

In The Type B Manager, Victor Lipman offers a unique lens through which to view the challenging problems of management. While management has long been considered the realm of Type A individuals—hard-driving,...


Boss Life: Surviving My Own Small Business

by Paul Downs

When columnist Paul Downs was approached by The New York Times to write for their “You’re the Boss” blog, he had been running his custom furniture business for twenty-four years strong. or mostly strong....


Expanding Your Strengths

by Curt Liesveld

Wouldn’t it be great if everyone knew and understood their strengths so we could all work together more effectively? Now you can take the next step to advance the strengths mission. Expanding Your Strengths...


Made to Lead

by Karan Kharb

There is a spark of leadership in all of us. Made to Lead tries to rekindle it. With the help of Vedic wisdom and drawing upon real life parables, it creates awareness of the immense potential within us and...