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Good To Great: Why Some Companies Make the Leap...And Others Don't Hardcover – 4 Oct 2001

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"...the biggest selling and most influential management book of the new millennium." (Financial Times)

"...seminal..." (The Times)

"...a must-read..." (Management Today)

"Peppered with dozens of stories and examples from the great and not-so-great, Collins lays a well-reasoned roadmap to excellence that any organisation would do well to consider. Like Built to Last, Good to Great is one of those books that managers and CEOs will be reading and rereading for years to come." (Amazon.co.uk Review)

"in this category (management books) there is nothing to touch Jim Collins... It is essential reading." (Sunday Times Business Books of the Year)

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Jim Collins, bestselling author of Built to Last returns with Good to Great, a look at what it takes to succeed in business and how a good company can become a great one.

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  • Hardcover: 320 pages
  • Publisher: RHUK (4 October 2001)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0712676090
  • ISBN-13: 978-0712676090
  • Product Dimensions: 16 x 3 x 24 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (51 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #453 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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My first Jim Collins book. Read the book over a span of 3 month (during which time i started and finished several easy reads), and as easily been worth the time spent. Easy of the basic founding principles made me reflect and work on myself, and by the end of 3 months, i was a better person indeed.
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The author has gone in depth on building a Great company ....giving example of companies like GE and the likes interviewing CEOs of those iconic companies during the time they turned around what they did to become the companies they are today ...interviewing pCEOs during the turning around dad
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By Nilesh Pune TOP 500 REVIEWER on 8 October 2014
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excellent book written though deep research about business strategies of successful companies in long run.
book explains how few companies far surpassed their competitors by focusing on core competencies.
numerous data tables, graphs & comparison tables help reader to immediately correlate company strategies with end results.
this is a really great book
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The book, Good to Great by Jim Collins, has been in my reading list for quite some time. I had a cursory look sometime back too! But very recently I could finish the book. The study segregates the 'Good' companies as the ones which performed 2.5X times better than the market for 15 years. The list of the companies includes the respectable companies like Intel, Boeing, Merck, ... amongst many peers. The 'Great' companies are the ones who could outperform the general market by minimum 3X for at least 15 years. The list of 'Great' companies includes Wells Fargo, Abbott, Gillette,... The study focuses on the transition from the 'Good' to 'Great' companies and tries to arrive at the key elements influencing the process. At the end of the study, Jim Collins compares with the earlier study for 'Built to Last' and comes to the conclusion in the next sentence. The sequel 'Good to Great' is actually prequel for 'Built to Last' in terms of adoption by the companies on their journey to achieve enduring greatness.

The book offers many lessons for the entrepreneurs and business leaders as well. The lessons have been put together succinctly in the framework.

Jim Collins and the team identifies the following elements of the framework and their distinct traits. The essence of the findings can be distilled into the discipline adopted by the leaders. The whole process was kick started by the 'Disciplined People' ensuring 'Disciplined Thought' in the organizations leading to 'Disciplined Action'. The disciplined people religiously applied the disciplined thoughts to disciplined action to build up the momentum of the flywheel which facilitated the journey towards greatness. Such a sustained journey led to the creation of sufficient momentum for breakthrough to achieve the'Greatness'.
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This is not a mere theory. It is a theory which evolved out of reality. The unique knowledge written in the book is useful not only in business but many other facets of life.
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Concepts have changed in last five to eight years. Need to have revised version
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This is a good book. Properly researched, clear and understandable. Esp. The Breakthrough model of this book is very good. Anyone who could execute that model will definitely make a great company.
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By Ab on 8 April 2017
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This is a very good book that analyses how some companies went from good to becoming great. A must read as this is also applicable to our personal lives
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