Tuesday, April 5, 2016

Book Spine Poetry Returns

In honor of April being National Poetry Month, we bring back our series of book spine poems. Today's installment is:

It Doesn't Add Up!

You don't say!
Show me the numbers

Zero by Kathryn Otoshi. JF O
Otoshi cleverly covers issues like bullying and accepting oneself while (painlessly) introducing children to the concept of numbers.

Zilch: The Power of Zero in Business by Nancy Lublin. 658 L929z
The CEO of the non-profit agency Do Something shares her insights on how businesses, both for-profit and non-profit, can thrive by doing more with less.

Mumford, a consultant who assists failing companies, advises corporate leaders about how transforming their companies can restore the U.S. economy.

You Don't Say: Navigating Nonverbal Communication Between the Sexes by Audrey Nelson, with Susan K. Golant.  302.222 N424y
According to the authors, 90% of our communication is translated through non-verbal cues. That means we need to watch what we say and how we say it.

Mr. Few has some tips and tricks to help novice and proficient presenters convey data graphically without distorting the information or confusing the audience.

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