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Business Think New Testament.

Author: Dave Marcum; Steve; Khalsa Mahan Smith; Joint Committee on the New Translation of the Bible.
Publisher: New York, NY. John Wiley & Sons, Inc. 2002.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English

Two of the most successful presenters at Franklin Covey - their new management gurus - present a method for leaders and managers that redefines thinking and that arms readers to lead their businesses  Read more...


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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Dave Marcum; Steve; Khalsa Mahan Smith; Joint Committee on the New Translation of the Bible.
ISBN: 0471219932 9780471219934
OCLC Number: 855189865
Notes: Translated under the supervision of the Joint Committee on the New Translation of the Bible.
Description: 1 volume 24 cm
Contents: Foreword by Stephen R. Covey. Acknowledgments. Introduction. Think! RULE ONE: CHECK YOUR EGO AT THE DOOR. Ego Alert! The Language of Humility. RULE TWO: CREATE CURIOSITY. The Deep Dive for Curiosity. RULE THREE: MOVE OFF THE SOLUTION. Welcome to the Main Event. No More Guessing. Resist the Solution Seduction! RULE FOUR: GET EVIDENCE. Failure at the Speed of Light: Addicted to Speed. In God We Trust Everyone Else Bring Evidence. Searching for Soft Evidence. Digging for Hard Evidence. RULE FIVE: CALCULATE THE IMPACT. Whiteboard Economics. RULE SIX: EXPLORE THE RIPPLE EFFECT. Who and What Else Is Affected? RULE SEVEN: SLOW DOWN FOR YELLOW LIGHTS. Let's Get Real or Let's Not Play. RULE EIGHT: FIND THE CAUSE. Why Ask Why? THE LAST MILE. Pat Attention: Time, People, and Money. Maybe--Proof Your Company. The Age of Now. Q&A for the businessThink Curious. Notes. Index. About FranklinCovey.
Other Titles: Bible.


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"...this book is replete with good advice and commonsense..." (The Irish Times, 5 April 2002) "...Full of sound, useful advice..." (Long Range Planning, No.36, 2003)

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