Guide to Presentations
A concise, practical book for those who give professional presentations. It shows you how you can: relax and enhance your credibility before, during, and after your presentation; design slides to highlight key data and hold your audience’s interest; improve your nonverbal image (gestures, voice, stance); make sure your audience remembers the main points of your presentation; and become a more persuasive presenter.
Guide to Meetings
Tips to assure that your meetings will be: necessary, not a waste of time; marked by healthy discussion, not hostile confrontation; interesting and well organized; based on new technology when appropriate; a place for people to share, rather than show off, their ideas; constructive and creative; inclusive; a forum for decisions that get acted upon; and efficient.
The Quest for Global Dominance: Transforming Global Presence into Global Competitive Advantage
With illustrated conceptual frameworks for understanding the realities of today’s global industry and knowledge businesses, Global Dominance provides executives with skills in identifying world market opportunities, converting global presence into competitive advantage, and in rethinking answers to classic business questions. It is a cutting-edge, thoughtful work that will inspire entrepreneurs, students, politicians, and decision makers.
Managing Strategic Relationships: The Key to Business Success
Contrary to the gospel of a century of management thinkers, the primary job of the manager is no longer to plan, organize, direct, or control. Instead, today’s successful managers are primarily negotiators. Greenhalgh shows how to foster, coach, protect, and support collaborative relationships and manage conflict with peers, workers, bosses, suppliers, customers, regulators, competitors, and stakeholders.
Strategic Supremacy: How Industry Leaders Create Growth, Wealth, and Power Through Spheres of Influe
Counter-revolutionary strategies and tactics that any industry leader or established company can use to defend itself against revolutionaries, disrupters, or hypercompetitors. D’Aveni presents a framework that will enable any resource-rich or clever defender to gain strategic supremacy by being first to define the playing field. Case analyses include Disney, Microsoft, and Procter & Gamble.
Our Separate Ways: Black and White Women and the Struggle for Personal Identity
An unflinching look at the surprising differences between black and white women’s trials and triumphs climbing the executive ladder, based on eight years of groundbreaking research, this book compares and contrasts the experiences of 120 female managers in U.S. business. In-depth histories bring to life women’s journeys from childhood to professional success, highlighting roles played by gender, race, and class.