Great by Choice by Jim Collins and Morten Hansen

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Collins and Hansen offer analysis gathered from years of research of companies that have consistently beat their competition. The authors share engaging stories and reveal surprising results that challenge the conventional leadership wisdom about business success. For example, innovation and quick action does not guarantee business success, nor does luck or a well-timed bold move. Their empirical evidence and scholarly approach makes for convincing evidence that success can be achieved when basic principles are applied. Check catalog for availability.

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