How the World's Most Powerful Company Really Works--and How It's Transforming the American Economy
Charles Fishman Alan Sklar, Charles Fishman
Award-winning journalist Charles Fishman reveals that what we know about Wal-Mart isn't even half of the real story—the company is now so powerful that it has become a kind of economic ecosystem that affects our everyday lives, even if we don't shop at Wal-Mart. In contrast to recent polemics, The Wal-Mart Effect offers the first truly fair, thought-provoking look at the hidden reach and transformative power that is "the Wal-Mart effect."
The 8 Blind Spots Between Men and Women in Business
Barbara Annis, John Gray Kirsten Potter
Barbara Annis, world-renowned expert on gender issues in the workplace, and John Gray, author of the number one relationship book, Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus, team up to resolve the most stressful and confusing challenges facing men and women at work.
From the bestselling authors of A Carrot A Day and The 24-Carrot Manager.
Most employees feel invisible to their leadership—and many times prefer to stay hidden in the corporate shadow lands. The Invisible Employee, part fable, part business advice, teaches managers how to actively engage employees, and find the way to bring out the best in them. This book focuses on how managers can lead people from obscurity to achievement and take companies from ordinary to extraordinary by something as simple as setting a guiding vision, providing rewarding work, and then recognizing the right behaviors.