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By Brian P. Watson  |  Posted 01-03-2012 Print

Just as the pace of technology continues to accelerate, breakthrough thought leadership from countless industry experts, visionaries and corporate leaders is helping us manage and analyze the ever-changing nature of the IT-business relationship. Our picks for the 10 top IT-business books of 2011 cover a broad spectrum-from practical advice on IT leadership and management, to revolutionary theories on the impact of technology change on our business, society and culture. These works-all of which are available on Amazon.com and via other book distributors-help current and aspiring IT leaders to cut through the techno-clutter to drive real results. They provide much-needed perspective on our ever-changing industry. And they offer compelling wisdom and tools that will help you embrace the current reality to accelerate your future. If you haven't already read these choice books, add them to your reading list for early 2012.

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What to Ask the Person in the Mirror: Critical Questions for Becoming a More Effective Leader and Reaching Your Potential By Robert Steven KaplanHarvard Business PressPublished July 2011The Harvard Business School professor explains why asking the right questions-and not just having the right answers-can separate great leaders from the pack.



 

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