Don't Compete....Tilt the Field: 300 irreverent lessons for tomorrow's business leaders
Here, the author who originated "Break-It" thinking techniques, describes the "THOUGHTWARE-tm" formula for successful business thinking which encapsulates the characteristics of values, beliefs and attitude. The book includes stories, anecdotes and examples from today's most successful companies.
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