SECTIONS - Books - Sir Geoffrey Owen reviews an account of the amazing rise of Amazon.com and Helen Kirwan-Taylor dips into De Botton's philosophy crib sheet
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Management today. - London, ISSN 0025-1925, ZDB-ID 4120243. - 2000, p. 43-47
THINGS MY BOSS TAUGHT ME - Even the most venerated CEOs once sat at the feet of a senior business figure to learn. Here, five leaders share the life lesson from their mentor that have served them well.
Kirwan-Taylor, Helen, (2009)
RE-INVENT YOUR CAREER - For many executives, their professional livelihood was determined by a lucrative job that fell into their lap when they graduated. They start to wonder if they might have found better fulfilment in a role more suited to their personal talents. But how to reinvent yourself? Helen Kirwan-Taylor meets a creative trio who found another way in their thirties.
Kirwan-Taylor, Helen, (2008)
TIME WASTED - The average worker fritters away 2.1 hours of the working day. But shouldn't organisations be skewing expectations towards results achieved rather than time spent? Helen Kirwan-Taylor gets down to business.
Kirwan-Taylor, Helen, (2007)
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