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Why Aren't E-Books Gaining More Ground in Academic Libraries? E-Book Use and Perceptions: A Review of Published Literature and Research
E-books have yet to assume a significant place in academic library collections. This article focuses on extracting common themes from the literature that might help the reader better understand whyExpand
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The GE Way Fieldbook: Jack Welch's Battle Plan for Corporate Revolution
Book I: The GE Way: A Fieldbook for Corporate Revolution. I: The Leadership Module. Leadership I: Management Is Not Complicated. Leadership II: Ask the Right Questions. Leadership III: People AreExpand
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E-books or print books, “big deals” or local selections—What gets more use?
This paper tracks the use of several hundred books at Oakland University that were made available both in print and electronically. Expand
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Saving Big Blue: Leadership Lessons and Turnaround Tactics of IBM's Lou Gerstner
From the Publisher: When Lou Gerstner arrived as IBM's newest CEO in 1993 - after what The New York Times called "the most vividly watched talent search in the history of American business" - theExpand
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Jack Welch on Leadership: Abridged from Jack Welch and the GE Way
This book provides management no-nonsense leadership secrets that helped Jack Welch become the most celebrated and successful CEO of his era. 'Jack Welch is a genius at making all who work for himExpand
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The 'great fire'
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29 Leadership Secrets from Jack Welch
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Get better or get beaten! : 29 leadership secrets from GE's Jack Welch
"Get Better or Get Beaten", 2nd edition, is a thorough revision of one of the best selling Jack Welch books ever published. First published in hardcover in 1994, that book sold close to 100,000Expand
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The Wal-Mart Triumph : inside the world's #1 company
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Jack Welch & The G.E. Way: Management Insights and Leadership Secrets of the Legendary CEO
Part I: Act Like a Leader, Not a Manager. Embrace Change, Don't Fear It. Stop Managing, Start Leading. Cultivate Managers Who Share Your Vision. Face Reality, Then Act Decisively. Be Simple, BeExpand
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