Management Innovation is at the Top of the Innovation Stack

When it comes to innovation, Management Innovation is at the top of the innovation stack. Management Innovation creates new ways of mobilizing talent, allocating resources, and building strategies. Management Innovation is how wars have been won and how businesses have created brilliant breakthroughs and tremendous turnarounds.

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What Kind of Person Do You Want to Become?

What kind of person do you want to become? In the book, The Strategist: Be the Leaders Your Business Needs, Cynthia A. Montgomery shares insights into how to use choice as a chance for endless possibility in business and in life.

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10 Big Ideas from All In Startup

All in Startup: Launching a New Idea When Everything is On the Line, by Diana Kander,is the story of an entrepreneur who goes about the game of business all wrong. Lucky for him, he meets a mentor who teaches him the art and science of startup success.

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Timing is the Biggest Components of Success

In the book, How to Fail at Almost Everything and Still Win Big: Kind of the Story of My Life, Scott Adams shares what he learned about timing, how it plays a key role in success, and how hard it is to get the timing right.

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4 Principles that Profoundly Increase Startup Success

If you know the 4 principles of entrepreneurial success, you can dramatically improve your chance as a startup or as an entrepreneur, whether you are part of an existing organization or out on your own.

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