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    The ultimate reference guide

    The ultimate reference guide

    Book Review - Engage with Honor by Lee Ellis

    5*Honor in the Real World

    Book Review - Agile Scrum by Scott M. Graffius

    3*Great Resource for Experienced Agile Scrum Users

    4* All about metric development

    5*- An entertaining eye opener!

    A Business Leader's Concise Inside View of How to Build and Manage Analytical Teams

    Book Review - Compass

    Creating Exceptional Organizations: A Leader’s Guide

    We all operate in two fundamentally different modes: our familiar, intentional thinking mode and our elusive, unintentional automatic mode. The auto-self is the second, robot-like mode of human activities. Since our auto-self is always active, it often plays the role of enabler or saboteur of our successes after our thinking-self creates our goals, plans, and task lists. Create Star Performers: If you are a manager at any level, your success depends on making as many as possible of your team members star performers. "The Auto-Self," by author Dr. Barry Borgerson, will show readers how to align their automatic behaviors (such as failing to meet commitments or micromanaging) with the needs of the organization.

    When companies are laying off workers and the economy is going from bad to worse, no job is safe. People who want to survive need to have a Plan B. Having a small or home-based business can be an integral part of Plan B, but business owners must make sure all parts of their business are in balance. In "Plan B," longtime business coach Cesar V. Teague teaches how to take a holistic approach to business so beliefs, thoughts, and actions are all in alignment.

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