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Good to Great: Why Some Companies Make the Leap...and Others Don't

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The coauthor of the bestselling "Built to Last" now presents a blueprint for transforming good companies into great ones. Charts & graphs throughout.

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natasha

Great Principles!

by natasha on May 5, 2012

I found Jim's book to be a shot of reality of what it takes to succeed as a company in a world caught up in the quick fix. As an entrepreneur, I have seen first hand that the principles Jim outlines as being as being critical to an organization's success. It was great to read a book that focused on building strong fundamentals and sticking to the basics rather than always looking for solutions through tactics. Read this book, you?ll be a better business leader for it.

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Matt J.

A must read for any business person.

by Matt J. on Feb 17, 2012

If you dream of building a company that does more than just make money in the short term, this book is a must read. Jim Collins analyzes factors that companies that have become the icons of American business like 3M.

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Matt J.

A must read for any business person

If you dream of building a company that does more than just make money in the short term, this book is a must read. Jim Collins analyzes factors that companies that have become the icons of American business like 3M.

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