GOOD TO GREAT

GOOD TO GREAT - Why Some Companies Make the Leap ? Great...

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Why Some Companies Make the Leap ??? Good Result Poor Great Result What ??? Average
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Screening Process for Selecting Good to Great Companies Cut 4 Cut 3 Cut 2 Cut 1 11 Companies selected into good to great set 19 Companies Selected into industry analysis 126 companies selected into full CRSP data pattern analysis 1,435 Companies Selected from the Fortune 500, 1965 - 1995 11 Selected Companies : Abbott : 3.98 Circuit City : 18.5 Fannie Mae : 7.56 Gillette : 7.39 Kimberly-Clark : 3.42 Kroger : 4.17 Nucor : 5.16 Philip Morris : 7.06 Pitney Bowes : 7.16 Walgreens : 7.34 Wells Fargo : 3.99
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1. 1. Learning and Understanding on Book Contents in  Learning and Understanding on Book Contents in  General General 2. 2. Concepts or key finding in details Concepts or key finding in details 3. 3. suggestions suggestions 4. 4. Implications for further research Implications for further research 5. 5. Implications for business practices Implications for business practices CONTENTS OF THE BOOK CONTENTS OF THE BOOK ( What does the book actually say?) C O N C L U S I O N S C O N C L U S I O N S
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Fly Wheel Level 5 Leadership First Who then What Confront The Brutal Fact Hedgehog Concept Culture of Discipline Technology Accelerators Buildup Breakthrough Disciplined People Disciplined Thought Disciplined Action General Findings And Learning Good Company Great!! Company Built to Last
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Introduction : Good is the Enemy of Great 1. Level 5 Leadership 2. First Who… Then What 3. Confront the Brutal Fats (Yet Never Lose Faith) 4. The Hedgehog Concept (Simplicity within the Three Circles) 5. A Culture of Discipline 6. Technology Accelerators 7. The Flywheel and the Doom Loop 8. From Good to Great to Built to Last
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Good to great is about how Mr. Collins and a team of 22 researchers set out to determine whether good companies could become great. It was believed that good companies never
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GOOD TO GREAT - Why Some Companies Make the Leap ? Great...

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