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Bonanza book club giveaway: Question 2


How well do you know your training? We are giving away two books a week between now and 18th December in our bi-weekly quiz, all you have to do is keep your eye out for the question which could appear anytime. 

The correct answers were any three of the following: Tim Hawkes (Unlimited Potential), Laura Overton (Towards Maturity) Martin Belton (E2Train), Clive Shepherd (elearning consultant) Graham Davies (Blue Beetle), Larry Reynolds (21st Century Leader), Sam (Motiv8).
'The Halo Effect' by Phil Rosenzweig, answer the following question based on October's content:
Question 2:
At the World of Learning, we sent our roving reporter to find out what innovation meant to visitors. Can you name three of the people (and their company names) that were interviewed in the film?
Keep a look out for our next question to be in with a chance of winning another great training book.
About the book:

Why do some companies prosper while others fail? Despite great amounts of research, many of the studies that claim to pin down the secret of success are based in pseudoscience. THE HALO EFFECT is the outcome of that pseudoscience, a myth that Philip Rosenzweig masterfully debunks in THE HALO EFFECT. It highlights the tendency of experts to point to the high financial performance of a successful company and then spread its golden glow to all of the company's attributes - clear strategy, strong values, and brilliant leadership. But in fact, as Rosenzweig clearly illustrates, the experts are not just wrong, but deluded. Rosenzweig suggests a more accurate way to think about leading a company, a robust and clearheaded approach that can save any business from ultimate failure.

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