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Confidential: business Secrets Getting Theirs - Keeping Yours Paperback – 1999
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Amazon.com: 8 reviews
A classic, but out to dated.
26 September 2013 - Published on Amazon.com
One person found this helpful.
This book is a classic. I got the recommendation during an elicitation course. It tells everything about elicitation techniques. If you want to go deep into elicitation techniques this book is what you need. However, I gotta tell you that this book is very out to dated. Of course you can learn a lot of things about Competitive Intelligence, but 30% of the book is useless, from the time of pagers. I would suggest the author an updated edition.
Don't hold your breath, nothing to "read" here
8 February 2015 - Published on Amazon.com
90% of information in this book is common sense and most of us "learned" from simply watching movies. Almost no informative content, kept on reading and waiting to finally learn some interesting or new fact, but realized I wasted time with this book. 3 stars because book was delivered and in good condition, but it was a letdown in terms of value.
Nathan S. Marlar
A very good read!
9 December 2010 - Published on Amazon.com
Mr. Nolan has written a very valuable book here. Elicitation is an art form and difficult to teach, as there are many subtleties and lots of intuition involved. However, this book will get you on the right track! A great resource, highly recommended!
19 October 2014 - Published on Amazon.com
Very interesting !
This is great
3 March 2013 - Published on Amazon.com
Hearing the author in an interview was enough for me to want to read the book. It is a great guide for communication and much more.