Robert Kelley

Robert Kelley teaches at Carnegie Mellon University’s business school and is president of Consultants to Executives and Organizations, Ltd. A leading thinker in the areas of intellectual capital and knowledge workers, he has been published widely, including in the Harvard Business Review. He consults with companies around the world, such as Merck, Andersen Consulting, Northern Telecom, and Hewlett-Packard. His books include How To Be A Star At Work (Three Rivers Press), The Gold-Collar Worker (Addison-Wesley), The Power of Followership (Doubleday Business), and Consulting (Scribner). Robert Kelley’s Web site is

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How To Be A Star At Work: Nine Breakthrough Strategies You Need To Succeed

by Robert Kelley

Through 10 years of path-breaking productivity research and training at world-class organizations like AT&T and 3M, Robert Kelley, Janet Kaplan and their colleagues have discovered the real answers. How To Be A Star At Work will help you rethink all your assumptions and being an innovative exploration into what really makes for star performance.

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