Archives for Business Books
What should an operation that is customer-centric look like to be effective? One book that strives to answer that question is Transform.
Author Jeffrey Hayzlett explores the tough times between a grand opening and a milestone and how to get from one to the other.
The atmosphere at your small business could be its biggest asset.
Aspiring actuaries and other number-oriented folks may want to check out the book Strength in Numbers from author Chloe Hung.
The Growth Dilemma seeks to help entrepreneurs and small business owners navigate the murky waters of capital acquisition by focusing on three critical success factors. Find out what they are after the jump.
When you show up to work -- at your own business -- are you always bringing your A-game with you? Great at Work shows how to work hard but smart.
Author Cassandra Fragos explores the rungs on the leadership ladder and provides a framework that serves as a guide for hopeful C-suite leaders in her latest title, Crack the C-Suite Code.
How do you convince customers and clients that your product and business offers them the value they need? By using The 5 Rules of Megavalue Selling.
The Inspiration Code shows you how to get the most energy from yourself and those around you by being an inspirational leader.
The Power of Little Ideas offers case studies and strategies designed for businesses that want to innovate but don't have resources for a full-scale effort.