Advantage-Makers consistently see possibilities others miss. They learn more, learn faster, and transform their insights into breakaway strategies. They are more effective collaborators, more powerful influencers, better at handling adversity, and dramatically more successful at execution. In The Advantage-Makers, Steven Feinberg shows you how to "think different" and find the commanding vantage point in every situation, from which you can maximize every opportunity.
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|21.||Interdisciplinarity, Innovation, and Transforming Healthcare (Chapter 14 from Disrupt Together)|
|22.||Leveraging Ethnography to Predict Shifting Cultural Norms (Chapter 7 from Disrupt Together)|
|23.||Navigating Spaces - Tools for Discovery (Chapter 9 from Disrupt Together)|
|24.||Opportunities in Branding - Benefits of Cross-Functional Collaboration in Driving Identity (Chapter 16 from Disrupt Together)|
|25.||The Role of Learning Styles in Innovation Team Design (Chapter 5 from Disrupt Together)|
|26.||Value Creation through Shaping Opportunity - The Business Model (Chapter 10 from Disrupt Together)|
|27.||Your Team Dynamics and the Dynamics of Your Team (Chapter 6 from Disrupt Together)|
|28.||The Innovation Book: How to Manage Ideas and Execution for Outstanding Results|
|29.||Advanced Analytics Methodologies: Driving Business Value with Analytics|
|30.||Communication Book, The|
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