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Neil Smith
Neil Smith, a graduate of Harvard Business School and Keele University in England, and CEO of Promontory Growth and Innovation (PGI), has over 20 years' experience helping large corporations dramatically improve performance and profitability by growing revenues and innovatively reducing costs.... show more

Neil Smith, a graduate of Harvard Business School and Keele University in England, and CEO of Promontory Growth and Innovation (PGI), has over 20 years' experience helping large corporations dramatically improve performance and profitability by growing revenues and innovatively reducing costs. Smith has led initiatives across a number of industries with some of the best known companies in the U.S. and internationally including, Bank of America, Willis, and North American Van Lines.
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runner
runner rated it 5 months ago
When I started this book it really confused me. I expect Scandinavian fiction to be a slow burner with deep descriptions and weighty character development. However from page 1 we are literally thrown into the unrelenting action as Detective Sam Berger together with his trusty assistant Deer (Desire)...
Buried In Print
Buried In Print rated it 2 years ago
Much of the pleasure of Boo is derived from an unearthing of layers and interconnections, a gradual comprehension punctuated by a sly sense of humour viewed through the slats. "Do you ever wonder, dear Mother and Father, what kind of toothpaste angels use in heaven? I will tell you. We use baking ...
That's What She Read
That's What She Read rated it 2 years ago
Brian's Book Blog
Brian's Book Blog rated it 3 years ago
Part of the Osprey Myths & Legends series.Takes a look at the stories behind Robin Hood, explores who he may have been, and looks at the different film and TV versions that have appeared.Well illustrated by Peter Dennis.
Sarah's Library
Sarah's Library rated it 3 years ago
22/7 - Great plot! Great suspense! I just wish the author hadn't decided to make his POV changes even worse than they were in Game. The changes are lightning fast, leaving the reader with a paragraph or two only, before the story switches from one sibling to the other, and then back again. The switc...
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