Extended Summary Of Good To Great: Why Some Companies Make The Leap…And Others Don't — Based On The Book By Jim Collins
Is your business paralyzed and doesn't grow?
Do you want to improve your business results
But you don't know what to do?
Apply these seven principles from jim collins and you will achieve the great jump.
In this book, Jim Collins sets out the seven principles for successful management, which will allow your company to move from good achievements to great success. It’s a suggested reading for those entrepreneurs and leaders who want a change of perspective in their organizations, one that will allow them to get out of the stalemate and stand out.
What Will You Learn?
You will understand the function of a good leader.
You will know how a successful team works.
You will understand that there are no magic recipes, as change requires effort.
You will learn that small steps lead to big goals.
You will understand that corporate culture is the path to success.
Chapter 01: What Is The Difference Between Mediocre And Outstanding Companies?
Chapter 02: What Factors Determine Success Or Failure For A Company?
Chapter 03: What Are The Features Of An Ideal Leader?
Chapter 04: What To Take Into Account To Find The Perfect Employee?
Chapter 05: Why Is Honesty So Important To Tackle Any Problem?
Chapter 06: Why Is It Helpful To Imitate The Hedgehog’s Behavior?
Chapter 07: What Is The Difference Between Discipline And Control?
Chapter 08: What Is The True Role Of Technology?
Chapter 09: Should You Hurry The Company’s Gear?
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This summary is taken from the most important themes of the original book.
Most people don’t like books. People just want to know what the book says they have to do. If you trust the source you don’t need the arguments. So much of a book is arguing its points, but often you don’t need the argument if you trust the source you can just get the point.
This summary takes the effort to distill the blahs into themes for the people who are just not going to read the whole book. All this information is in the original book.