Tired of being lazy? Rookie Smarts By Liz Wiseman. Please try again later. Customers who viewed this item also viewed. Building upon the concepts introduced in Good to GreatJim Collins answers the most commonly asked questions raised by his readers in the social sectors. Later, at dinner, we continued our go, and I asked Weekley: Please provide their email address.
I saw this as more of a general self improvement gpod that used businesses as examples of concepts, rather than a book solely about business. An email has been sent to your parent or guardian. Follow up that works. We must reject the idea—well-intentioned, but dead wrong—that the primary path to greatness in the social sectors is to become “more like a business.
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This book is very well laid out, divided into easy to follow chapters that flow one right into the other; I found myself reading over 20 pages at a time without noticing until I took a break!
The critical distinction is not between business and social, but between great and good. Published 10 days ago. Tell us more about what you like to read so we can send you the best offers and opportunities. That is our Hedgehog Concept. This is perhaps the single most important point in all of Good to Great. The book has many one liners that make remembering key points easier. The first thing he told us when we sat down was that he had read the book in graduate school and tries to apply these ideas every day.
Read more Read less. Mediocre companies rarely display the relentless culture of discipline—disciplined people who engage in disciplined thought and who take disciplined action—that we find in truly great companies. Published 13 days ago. Would you like to report this content as inappropriate?
Good To Great And The Social Sectors – Jim Collins – E-book
They are significant, and they must be addressed. The essence of a Hedgehog Concept is to attain piercing clarity about how ggeat produce the best long-term results, and then exercising the relentless discipline to say, “No thank you” to opportunities that fail the hedgehog test. I found this quote profound because I believe that in order to make something more than just mediocre, one must be in an above-mediocre mindset.
Make fast decisions, take quick action, and double your output! Gifting of the Kindle edition at the Kindle MatchBook price is not available. That said, while this monograph can certainly be read as a stand-alone piece, I’ve written it to go gfeat with the book, and the greatest value will accrue to those who read the two together.
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Using information gathered from interviews with over social sector leaders, Jim Collins shows that his “Level 5 Leader” and other good-to-great principles can help social sector organizations make the leap to greatness. Published 1 day ago. Lack of resources is no excuse for lack of rigor—it makes selectivity all the more vital.
I am not interested in being a CEO or anything like that, but I liked this sociao because many of the concepts talked about can be applied to my own life.
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Good to Great and the Social Sectors
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