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David Nour, (Executive M.B.A.), on quantifiable value of business relationships and a systematic process to identify, build, nurture and leverage personal, functional and strategic relationships.
David Nour is the thought leader on Relationship Economics® – the quantifiable value of business relationships.
In a global economy that is becoming increasingly disconnected, he has attracted clients such as KPMG, Siemens, Disney, Alvarez & Marsal, Assurant, HP, and over 100 marquee organizations in driving unprecedented growth through unique return on their strategic relationships.
David has pioneered the phenomenon that relationships are the greatest off balance sheet asset any organizations possesses, large and small, public and private.
David’s unique perspective and independent insights on Relationship Economics® have been featured in a variety of prominent publications including The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, The Atlanta Journal and Constitution, Association Now, Entrepreneur and Success magazine.
He is the author of several books and is currently writing his forthcoming book Listen Louder – the power & promise of a socially enabled enterprise.
Getting value from training isn’t magical.
Training that adds quantifiable and strategic value must be integrated with other management systems: performance management systems, strategic planning processes, and career development initiatives.
Training must be managed so that it is planned, and deliberately and clearly linked to workplace outcomes.
Books by David Nour, M.B.A.
- Relationship Economics
- The Entrepreneur’s Guide to Raising Capital
- Social Networking Technology Best Practices Series
- The Social Media Bible