Category Archive: Book Notes

As One: Individual Action, Collective Power

Leadership is about productivity, people, and purpose; it’s about exceeding the impact of individuals by creating a “cohesive group of people working together effectively toward a common goal or purpose.” Remarkable results demand… Continue reading

Leading a Multibillion Dollar Company

Harry Kraemer served as chairman and CEO of Baxter International, a multibillion-dollar company, for six years. What follows is a sampling of principles that guided him. Harry Kraemer says in his book, From… Continue reading

Lessons from a Lifetime in Leadership

Jim Kouzes thinks Frances Hesselbein is a national treasure. Stephen Covey said she is, “extraordinary.” The father of modern management, Peter Drucker thought she was the greatest leader in the country. The President… Continue reading

15 Best Creativity Tips

“The only sustainable competitive advantage … is creativity.” Disciplined Dreaming, Josh Linkner is changing the way I look at problems, solutions, and ideation. Here are a few highlights of a book I’m keeping… Continue reading

iLeadership by Jay Elliot

“The Steve Jobs Way: iLeadership for a New Generation,” is several books in one. It’s the personal story of staggering success, painful failure, persistent struggle and white hot passion. Sometimes it reads like… Continue reading

All Hands on Deck

Joe Tye is providing 100 free books to randomly selected participants of this post. Leave a comment and become eligible to win a signed copy of one of three books listed below. Contest… Continue reading