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Harvard Business Review Guides
Harvard Business Review Guides are for busy managers looking for quick answers to common challenges. Each guide is packed with useful tips and practical advice.
Price: £13.99 and buy one get second half price, published May.
Winning Without Losing by Martin Bjergegaard
Whatever your job is, chances are you find it hard to switch off. Today, we work longer hours, at weekends, at home and on the move - while the office is only ever a click away via smartphones and the Internet. But as much as we assume that this is the price of success - it doesn't have to be this way. Martin Bjergegaard and Jordan Milne are here to show you how to build your business into something big, sustainable and widely recognized - and still lead a happy, whole and balanced life. In sixty-six short insights, they re¬veal strategies and methods which will allow you to combine professional success with putting friends, family and happiness first.
Price: £12.99, published in May.
Trust Works by Ken Blanchard
Ken Blanchard is famous for his ability to make the seemingly complex simple. In Trust Works! he brings his talent to bear on the complicated and timely issue of trust.
Trust is an evergreen topic but is particularly relevant today, as protests in cities throughout the world underscore a growing distrust of corporations and institutions. Now more than ever, people need trust-building skills and a common language for learning the behaviours that build – or erode – trust.TRUST WORKS! is the first book to create a common, easy-to-learn language for talking about trust in a way that can bring peace and co-operation where once there was dissension.
£7.99, publihed in May.
What Money Can’t Buy by Michael Sandel
What Money Can't Buy is the Top Ten Sunday Times Bestseller from 'the superstar philosopher', Michael SandelShould we financially reward children for good marks? Is it ethical to pay people to donate organs? What about hiring mercenaries to fight our wars, outsourcing inmates to for-profit prisons or selling citizenship? In recent decades, market values have impinged on almost every aspect of life - medicine, education, government, law, even family life. We have drifted from having a market economy to being a market society. In What Money Can't Buy Michael Sandel asks: Isn't there something wrong with a world in which everything is for sale? And how do we protect the things that really matter
Price: £8.99, published in May.