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THE KEY TO SUCCESS MIGHT BE UNDER YOUR COCKTAIL GLASS

The latest publishing minitrend: books that teach the art of problem-solving. On napkins. Penguin Group (USA)'s Portfolio has published The Back of the Napkin napkin See Sanitary napkin. : Solving Problems and Selling Ideas with Pictures, by management consultant Dan Roam. It's a right-brain book that urges people to imagine their way out of business challenges by drawing--everything from pie charts to stick figures. Then there's Princeton University Princeton University, at Princeton, N.J.; coeducational; chartered 1746, opened 1747, rechartered 1748, called the College of New Jersey until 1896. Schools and Research Facilities
 Press' Guesstimation: Solving the World's Problems on the Back of a Cocktail Napkin, by physicist Lawrence Weinstein and mathematician John Adam There have been several notable people called John Adam:
  • John Adam (actor), Australian actor
  • John Adam (architect) (1721 – 1792), one of the Adam Brothers, the well known partnership of Scottish eighteenth century architects
, both of Old Dominion University “ODU” redirects here. For other uses, see ODU (disambiguation).

The university was recently named one of the best colleges in the Southeast by The Princeton Review.
, in Norfolk, Va. It's a left-brain book that helps you approximate answers to the types of questions actually asked in some job interviews today. (Example: "How many golf balls would it take to circle the Earth at the equator?")
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Author:Deborah Stead
Publication:BusinessWeek
Date:May 22, 2008
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