2014 Volume 17 Issue 2

The Book Corner

The Book Corner

Reviews of Business Books

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Customer Experience 3.0

by John A. Goodman

AMACOM, 2014

256 pages

Reviewed by William Bleuel, PhD

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Moments in Talent Management cover sizedAHA Moments in Talent Management: A Business Fable With Practical Exercises

by Mark Allen

ASTD Press, August 2014

168 pages

Reviewed by Nancy Ellen Dodd, MPW, MFA

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Keeping Up with the Quants book cover 150x200Keeping Up with the Quants

by Thomas H. Davenport and Jinho Kim

Harvard Business Review Press, June 2013

240 pages

Reviewed by William Bleuel, PhD

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