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Harvard Business Review on Collaborating Effectively: A book review by Bob Morris

Harvard Business Review on Collaborating Effectively

Various Contributors

Harvard Business Review Press (202011)



How and why to establish and then nourish mutually high-impact partnerships within and beyond your organization



This is one of the volumes in… Continue

Added by Robert Morris on August 24, 2011 at 4:23am — No Comments

You Get What You Expect From Performance Assessment



Here is an excerpt from an article written by Ron Ashkenas for the Harvard Business Review blog. To read the complete article, check out the wealth of free resources, and sign up for a subscription to HBR email alerts, please click…

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Added by Robert Morris on July 25, 2011 at 9:30pm — No Comments

Guy Kawasaki's Enchantment: A book review by Bob Morris

Enchantment: The Art of Changing Hearts, Minds, and Actions

Guy Kawasaki

Portfolio/Penguin Group (2011)



How to create a context within which there is authentic magic to be shared



I have read and reviewed all of Guy Kawasaki’s previous books. This… Continue

Added by Robert Morris on March 8, 2011 at 10:09am — No Comments

10 Things All Customers Want



Here is an article written by Steve Tobak for BNET, The CBS Interactive Business Network. To check out an abundance of valuable resources and obtain a free subscription to one or more of the BNET newsletters, please click…

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Added by Robert Morris on February 2, 2011 at 10:36am — No Comments

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