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HEADS YOU WIN: How the Best Companies Think

by Quinn Spitzer

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Reading a bunch of business/leadership books for work and this was the first. It's okay. Nothing that really made me say WOW. But, overall, a decent book about critical thinking. Some of the text was fairly dry but I guess I've come to expect that sometimes with 'business' books. ( )
  amymelniczenko | May 3, 2010 |
Reading a bunch of business/leadership books for work and this was the first. It's okay. Nothing that really made me say WOW. But, overall, a decent book about critical thinking. Some of the text was fairly dry but I guess I've come to expect that sometimes with 'business' books. ( )
  amymelniczenko | May 3, 2010 |
Reading a bunch of business/leadership books for work and this was the first. It's okay. Nothing that really made me say WOW. But, overall, a decent book about critical thinking. Some of the text was fairly dry but I guess I've come to expect that sometimes with 'business' books. ( )
  amymelniczenko | May 3, 2010 |
Reading a bunch of business/leadership books for work and this was the first. It's okay. Nothing that really made me say WOW. But, overall, a decent book about critical thinking. Some of the text was fairly dry but I guess I've come to expect that sometimes with 'business' books. ( )
  amymelniczenko | May 3, 2010 |
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Quinn Spitzer and Ron Evans of the Kepner-Tregoe consulting firm believe "critical thinking" is the true route to a winning business. It is the foundation upon which all other management theories are built, they argue, but it has changed over the years in a manner that few truly understand. In Heads You Win: How The Best Companies Think, they analyze the way top corporations are now harnessing the collective brainpower in their organizations to achieve success.

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