Loopholes of Real Estate is for the first time as well as seasoned investors. It reveals the legal and tax strategies used by the rich for generations to acquire and benefit from real estate investments. The audiobook clearly identifies how these loopholes can be used together to maximize your income and protect your investments. Written in easy to understand language, this audiobook demystifies the legal and tax aspect of investing with easy-to-follow, real-life examples.
In Scaling Up Excellence, best-selling author Robert Sutton and Stanford colleague Huggy Rao tackle a challenge that determines every organization’s success: scaling up further, faster, and more effectively as a program or an organization creates a larger footprint. Sutton and Rao have devoted much of the last decade to uncovering what it takes to build and uncover pockets of exemplary performance, to help spread them, and to keep recharging organizations with ever-better work practices.
"A must read for all high growth organizations."
In a landmark article published in the Harvard Business Review, Stanford University professor Robert I. Sutton addressed a taboo topic that affects every workplace: employees who are insensitive to their colleagues, corporate bullies, bosses who just don't get it, the kind of people who make you exclaim in exasperation, "What an asshole!" Now, in a definitive book that addresses this growing problem, Sutton shows you how you can work with unsavory people without becoming one of them yourself.
"okay, I get it"
Stanford Professor Robert Sutton weaves together the best psychological and management research with compelling stories and cases to reveal the mindset and moves of the best (and worst) bosses. This book was inspired by the deluge of emails, research, phone calls, and conversations that Dr. Sutton experienced after publishing his blockbuster best seller The No Asshole Rule. He realized that most of these stories and studies swirled around a central figure in every workplace: THE BOSS.
"Most pragmatic management handbook"
Scaling up excellence is the key to creating a great organisation. It's how a small enterprise expands without losing focus. It's how a brilliant new idea or plan developed by the few goes on to be adopted by the many. And, in hard times and tough situations, it's how pockets of smart new thinking overcome cultures of indifference or negativity. An organisation that doesn't know how to scale up what is best within it won't achieve long-term success.
How can you tell if you're one of those bad bosses? It's hard to self-evaluate; according to a Zogby study 35% of workers reported having a boss who bullied them but only 0.5% of bosses said they ever bullied anyone. Obviously there is a disconnect somewhere. Robert Sutton, in his new audiobook, Good Boss, Bad Boss, gives some tips on how to look inward and figure out if you're a good boss or a bad boss.
Robert I. Sutton, a professor of management science and engineering at Stanford University, writes about what the best bosses do during the tough times.