The book Simplify contends that the best businesses, even those that seem complex, are really good at competing on just two things, price or offering.
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The book Ignite encourages you to look for untapped and innovative talent among your current team rather than looking outside.Jan 14, 2017 181 Shares
The Future Workplace Experience explores ten trends that will impact employers as they recruit, select, and train employees, contractors, or freelancers.Jan 8, 2017 247 Shares
Second Shift: The Inside Story of the Keep GM Movement is a model for dealing with a difficult problem that will require a lot of complex parts.Jan 7, 2017 169 Shares
Author Sara Roberts' book Nimble Focused Feisty explores why culture, even one of success, can destroy a business if not proactively managed and cultivated.Jan 1, 2017 190 Shares
When you need to bridge the gap between innovation as a concept versus innovation as a practice, use Bigger Business Blueprint as your guide.Dec 31, 2016 162 Shares
The Start-Up J Curve seeks to dispel the myth of "overnight startup success". What really goes on behind the scenes is a lot messier.Dec 25, 2016 239 Shares
Creativity isn't just a "wonderful to have" asset anymore, it's a strategic part of business survival. Here are 10 great books on creativity for 2017.Dec 24, 2016 557 Shares
If your small business has been around for a while, complexity may abound leading to the problems discussed in the book Why Are There Snowblowers in Miami.Dec 18, 2016 180 Shares
How do you raise fees and make a case for those higher fees? The Dominant Brand was written to provide independent workers an answer to that question.Dec 17, 2016 210 Shares
The book, What Customers Crave, is declaring war on the old way of providing customer service, everything from long lines to restrictive return policies.Dec 11, 2016 374 Shares
The book, Selling at the Table, focuses on how to raise the amount each customer spends in your restaurant during a single visit.Dec 10, 2016 136 Shares