101 Business Ideas That Will Change The Way You Work
This title distils business thinking into practical and engaging ideas that will change the way you think and act at work. Ideas explored include how you can tell if a CEO is lying, why innovation can be overrated, and why networking can make you antisocial.
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101 Business Ideas That Will Change The Way You Work takes fascinating findings from world-class business research and shows you how to become cannier and more effective at work. Among other vital findings, discover: * When you should trust your gut instincts * Why being too agreeable could hold back your career progression * How to tell when your CEO is lying This illuminating book not only tells you what you need to know to stay one step ahead, but why you need it and how to do it.
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Company and Chairman of Trustees of the Eden Project 'The gap between business academics and business people is bad for both. This book makes a valuable and stimulating contribution to bridging the gap.' David R Kaye, former partner with Andersen Consulting and former Dean of the City University Business School (now Cass Business School) 'Here is your chance to use the latest findings in your organisation. These business ideas will help you rethink your strategy and your approach as a manager. Bringing the best academic insights to the real problems we all face is truly clever thinking!' Christopher McKenna, Said Business School, University of Oxford and author of The World's Newest Profession 'Antonio Weiss has synthesised key concepts from business research and practice in a manner that is both erudite and highly readable. This book will challenge the way you think about business and help you see the world and the people around you more clearly. It is a book to be read once and then dipped into many times.' Morgen Witzel, Fellow, Centre for Leadership Studies, University of Exeter Business School and author of A History of Management Thought