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Stephen Lynch, RESULTS.com - Management Dashboard Software // Author of the award-winning Management book "Business Execution for RESULTS" // Strategy Consultant
Stephen Lynch, RESULTS.com - Management Dashboard Software // Author of the award-winning Management book "Business Execution for RESULTS" // Strategy Consultant

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NEWS FLASH  “Business Execution for RESULTS - A practical guide for leaders of small to mid-sized firms” written by Stephen Lynch, has been named Judges’ Choice Winner in the management category of the 2014 Small Business Book Awards. (Link http://amzn.to/11l3REB )

The Small Business Book Awards celebrate the best business books that appeal to entrepreneurs, small business owners, CEOs, managers and their employees. 

"The Small Business Book Awards are a way to acknowledge the books that small business owners and entrepreneurs appreciated over the past year," said Ivana Taylor, Book Editor at Small Business Trends, which produces the Awards.

The Winners were chosen by an expert panel of 24 judges from the small business community in the USA. The criteria for judging the Winners included: quality and quantity of the content conveyed; usefulness to small business owners and entrepreneurs; and freshness of the subject matter or how it was treated. The level of fan support for each nominee was also taken into account by the judges when choosing the Winners.
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High-performing teams: A timeless leadership topic

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Road trip to Mono Lake
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Why Business Leaders Need to Read More Science Fiction

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Work from home people earn more, quit less, and are happier than their office-bound counterparts

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Being a manager is like being the coach of a sports team. Your players need to deliver the required results in their position on the field, but they also need to exhibit the right behaviors in order to build a cohesive team that plays well together so you can win the game.

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Is a Department Store Future an Oxymoron? The Tsunami is now!

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Voicebots didn’t outshine chatbots. Microsoft, Amazon, and others did
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