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(Wiley: Hoboken, NJ) -- It All Matters (Wiley, 2017) presents a framework for the rest of your life. What are those dreams you would only dare to dream if there was no possibility of failure? How can you live a life of real intention and purpose instead of duty and obligation? This book answers these questions and more.

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(Wiley: Hoboken, NJ) -- The book, Managing to Make a Difference: How to Engage, Retain, and Develop Talent for Maximum Performance, by Larry Sternberg and Kim Turnage (Wiley, 2017), presents a leadership guide for those in the middle.

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(Wiley: Hoboken, NJ) -- Illuminating Statistical Analysis Using Scenarios and Simulations, by Jeffrey E. Kottemann (Wiley, 2017), presents the basic concepts of statistics and statistical inference using the dual mechanisms of scenarios and simulations.

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(Wiley: Hoboken, NJ) -- Process Simulation Using WITNESS teaches basic and advanced modeling and simulation techniques to both undergraduate and postgraduate students and serves as a practical guide and manual for professionals learning how to build simulation models using WITNESS, a free-standing software package.

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(Wiley: Hoboken, NJ) -- Do you have trouble finding time during your hectic day to grow your business? Is your company stalled because you are too busy reacting to customer problems? Do you lack the funds to jumpstart an effective marketing plan?

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(Wiley: Hoboken, NJ) -- Make the move up to senior management with lessons from world-renowned business school experts.

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(Wiley: Hoboken, NJ) -- Measurement Madness, by Dina Gray, Pietro Micheli, and Andrey Pavlov (Wiley, 2014), presents a level-headed approach to performance management, helping leaders avoid the often-bizarre and unintended consequences of key performance indicators (KPIs).

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(Wiley: Hoboken, NJ) -- Change is a constant, and leaders must do more than keep up—they must innovate and accelerate to succeed. Yet people are often unnerved by change.