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  • Posted April 1, 2010

    Inpiration For Each Day

    I lead an organization of 2400 employees and contractors. I read this book, because I am always looking for books on self-development, leadership or for material that will help me motivate my team members to develop themselves and their teams. This is quite a find. I sent this book to all of the leaders on my team and had each of them provide us all with a view of what 'gems' they found in the book for their teams and what one area of the book could help their teams get better. This book and exercise turned out to receive GREAT reviews from the team members and there were many stories and examples shared by the team members about many of the '47 ways'. It is now a workplace 'reference guide' that is used when it's time for a little inspiration or consideration. Since our team exercise, there isn't a day that goes by when I don't hear someone over a wall or in a meeting reference something in this book. I have recommended this book to many in my company and recommend it to you!!!

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  • Posted April 14, 2011

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    Personalized account of 47 best practices that will make your organization outstanding

    John G. Miller always kept his eyes and ears open as he consulted with many "Fortune 500" companies over the years. In the process, he became a perceptive student of business. Now Miller has assembled (and sometimes perhaps slightly oversimplified) 47 of the best approaches, practices and techniques he saw as a consumer or as a consultant when he observed superior organizations. getAbstract finds that this engaging book does a good job of explicating each of these valuable concepts.

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