In Search of Excellence – Peters & Waterman

The one-sentence summary A simultaneous blend of loose and tight properties is the perfect blend for running a successful business. WHAT THE

In Search of Excellence – Peters & Waterman2020-09-23T12:04:24+00:00

The Long Tail – Chris Anderson

The one-sentence summary Endless choice is creating unlimited demand so you probably need to re-think your business model: make everything available and

The Long Tail – Chris Anderson2020-09-23T12:04:26+00:00

Superfreakonomics – Levitt & Dubner

Note: Undoubtedly the bit everyone will latch onto is in chapter 5. When a big volcano erupts it fills the atmosphere with

Superfreakonomics – Levitt & Dubner2020-09-23T12:04:26+00:00

Built to Last – Collins & Porras

The one-sentence summary Ignore charismatic leaders, complex strategies and the competition – if you want enduring success, concentrate on having a common

Built to Last – Collins & Porras2020-09-23T12:04:26+00:00

Blink – Malcolm Gladwell

The one-sentence summary Trust your first instinct, because a snap judgement made very quickly can actually be far more effective than one

Blink – Malcolm Gladwell2020-09-23T12:04:27+00:00
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