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Summaries of the 50 Best Business Books

Destination Innovation

This is the list of sections and book summaries: Alltime Classics How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie – 1936 Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill – 1937 The Power of Positive Thinking by Norman Vincent Peale – 1952 The One Minute Manager by Ken Blanchard and Spencer Johnson – 1981 In Search of Excellence (..)

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2013 User Experience Awards

Boxes and Arrows

The 2013 User Experience Awards were presented Tuesday, May 21, 2013, at Parson’s Tischman Auditorium in New York. Jurors of the 2013 UX Awards were: Anders Ramsay, agile UX designer & coach, UX author, leader of NYC IA Meetup and Agile Experience Design Group. Chris Jaffe, director, product innovation at Netflix.


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The Covert Cost of Poor Communication: A Business Wake-Up Call

Daniel Burrus

Back in 2013, the CEO of Yahoo! We have all heard that the key to becoming a successful business is effective communication and collaboration, but do we really know what that means? Unfortunately for many business leaders, they believe they do. But the reality is they actually struggle with the concept. Continue reading on »

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Top Posts of 2022

Digital Tonto

Top Posts of 2013. If anything, we’ve learned how […]. The post Top Posts of 2022 first appeared on Digital Tonto. Related posts: Top Posts of 2017. Top Posts for 2014. Top Posts Of 2020. Top Posts of 2012.

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To Beat the Workforce Shortage, Reimagine the Workforce

Business and Tech

She had no background or experience in the construction field when she started her pre-apprenticeship training in September 2013. Leilanna Barrentes is a perfect example of the change that can happen when women are given an opportunity.

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Change Isn’t About Persuasion. It’s About Power

Digital Tonto

In 2013, the political scientist Moisés Naím published The End of Power, in which he argued that because of the increase in mobility and technology and decrease in poverty, the power of institutions was diminishing. Power hadn’t ended exactly but, as he put it, power was becoming “easier to gain but harder to use or keep.”.

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The Robots Aren’t Really Going to Take Over

Innovation Excellence

GUEST POST from Greg Satell In 2013, a study at Oxford University found that 47% of jobs in the United States are likely to be replaced by robots over the next two decades. As if that doesn’t seem bad enough, Yuval Noah Harari, in his bestselling book Homo Deus, writes that “humans might become militarily […]

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