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One of the ongoing questions in the life of a reader is, what should I read next. We’re here to help you answer that question, following the constant flood of books being released in the business genre and filtering the best of them here for you to discover.




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New Releases - 1/17/05

By 800-CEO-READ, published January 17, 2005, at 4:49 PM – Filed under: Management & Workplace Culture

I am a little delayed on new releases. Here is what has hit the shelves in the last couple of weeks. Category Killers: The Retail Revolution and Its Impact on Consumer Culture by Robert Spector (HBSP, 1/7/05) Deep Smarts: How to Cultivate and Transfer Enduring Businesss Wisdom by Dorothy Leonard and Walter Swap (HBSP, 1/11/05) You're In Charge--Now What?

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New Releases - 12/22/04

By 800-CEO-READ, published December 23, 2004, at 2:14 AM – Filed under: Management & Workplace Culture

Here are some new releases I wanted to highlight. A couple came out last week (shame on me) and the rest will start shipping during the holidays: The Art of Selling to the Affluent: How to Attract, Service, and Retain Wealthy Customers & Clients for Life by Matt Oechsli (Wiley, 12/17/04) How to Feed Friends and Influence People : The Carnegie Deli. .

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New Releases - Week of 11/29/04

By 800-CEO-READ, published November 30, 2004, at 3:35 PM – Filed under: Management & Workplace Culture

The only book I have run across dropping this week is The New CIO Leader by Marianne Broadbent and Ellen Kitzis. Since this is the only book this week, we'll give you a nice little summary of the title: Two converging factors-the ubiquitous presence of technology in organizations and the recent technology downturn-have brought Chief Information Officers (CIOs) to a critical breaking point. They can seize the moment to leverage their expertise into a larger and more strategic role than ever before, or they can allow themselves to be relegated to the sideline function of "chief technology mechanic.