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30 MARCH 2010
Hoodwinked, John Perkins
The book is a description of where we are now economically, how we got to this desperate place, and where to go next.
25 FEBRUARY 2010
Strengths based Leadership, Tom Bowler
This book will add to your insights into what it takes to be even more successful at leading.
12 FEBRUARY 2010
Owning Up, Ram Charan
This book is comprised of fourteen questions that every board member needs to ask, especially as the business environment becomes more difficult.
28 JANUARY 2010
The Squeeze, Tom Bowler
Why do you need to know about the oil industry? For starters, it is the world's biggest business, and every aspect of mankind's lives depend on the refining of crude oil into energy, plastics, chemicals and drugs.
12 NOVEMBER 2009
Borrowing Brilliance, David Kord Murray
There is nothing new under the sun, says entrepreneur Murray. All good ideas are constructed out of existing ones. Rather than viewing borrowing as theft, we should view it as necessary.
30 OCTOBER 2009
Clever, Rob Goffee and Gareth Jones
Knowledge is not an isolated or nice-to-have phenomenon; it is the essence of most enterprises and the heart of the corporate and national competitiveness.
16 OCTOBER 2009
False Economy, Allan Beattie
Alan Beattie, the World Trade Editor of the (British) Financial Times, asks odd questions and has profound answers that deeply insightful and enlightening.
02 OCTOBER 2009
The Next Hundred Years, George Friedman
This is a forecast for the 21st century by the founder of Stratford, the world's leading private intelligence and forecasting company.
12 SEPTEMBER 2009
How the Mighty Fall, Jim Collins
In his two previous books, "Built to Last" and "Good to Great", Jim Collins identified great companies and what made them great. Some of those profiled are no longer great, some no longer exist.
29 AUGUST 2009
Free, Chris Anderson
Only 32 of the top 100 companies in the world today make things that can drop on your foot. The other 68 traffic mostly in ideas, or enable the markets for other's goods.
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