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Culture Rules

After completing a global study with more than 6,000 participants from ten countries, Mark Miller and his team have exposed the most predominant fissures and their fixes. Culture Rules makes the case for why leaders should invest their time and energy on building culture and gives them three simple, actionable rules they must play by if they want to stay in the game and win!

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Chess Not Checkers

In Chess Not Checkers, adapting strategies from the game of chess, Mark Miller reveals four essential moves all high-performance organizations make. They bet on leadership, act as one, win the heart, and excel at execution. Chess Not Checkers is an accessible and easily applied guide to help leaders elevate their own leadership and the performance of their team.

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Good to Great

In “Good to Great: Why Some Companies Make the Leap… and Others Don’t,” Jim Collins answers the question: How can a good, mediocre, or even bad company achieve enduring greatness? With the assumption that some great companies – those that triumph in the marketplace, show superior stock returns, and experience long-term, sustained performance – didn’t have greatness engineered in their enterprises from the start, Collins reports on an in-depth study of the universal distinguishing characteristics that can lead to greatness.

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