Polish your leadership skills and hone your business know-how with the best books of the year.
Use this holiday season to brush up on your business savvy. This collection of books delves into the top qualities of strong business leaders, investigates emerging trends, and recounts some of the year's most interesting and newsworthy technology stories.
Harvard-trained researcher Shawn Achor describes why happiness is the precursor to greater success and how a positive outlook can help you achieve your professional goals. Learn about five strategies to put you on the path to success.
How did Google searches predict the spread of the H1N1 flu outbreak? How can officials identify the most dangerous New York manholes before they explode? This book offers a peek into the new world of big data, how it changes lives, and how people can protect themselves from its hazards.
Learn how to stop agonizing over decisions, make group decisions without destructive politics, and ensure that you don't overlook opportunities to change your course. This book highlights a four-step process to help make better choices in both your personal and professional life.
Do you spend your day bouncing from task to task, scrambling to make deadlines and trying to snag the next promotion? Author Todd Henry encourages readers to focus on the present day and introduces a process that instills consistent practices into your life that will keep you on a steady, productive course.
Everyone has worked with a difficult person at one time or another. This book teaches readers how to build stronger relationships through better communication and offers tips on practical ways to deal with different personalities.
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Cybersecurity Strategies for the Digital EraAt its core, digital business relies on strong security practices. In addition, leveraging security intelligence and integrating security with operations and developer teams can help organizations push the boundaries of innovation.