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Unformatted text preview: SIGNIFCANCE OF SAMPLING SIZE 3/23/2008 2 ` 1,435 COMPANIES SELECTED FROM FORTUNE 500 1965-1995 ` AMERICA’S LARGEST PUBLIC COMPANIES ` RATES OF RETURN DATA TO REDUCE NUMBERS ` WANTED COMPANIES THAT MADE A TRANSITION NOT INDUSTRIES THAT MADE A TRANSITION ` ABBOTT ` CIRCUIT CITY ` FANNIE MAE ` GILLETTE ` NUCOR ` PHILLIP MORRIS ` PITNEY BOWES ` WALGREENS ` KIMBERLY-CLARK ` KROGER ` WELLS FARGO ` THE KEY QUESTION BECAME: What did the Good-to-Great companies share in common that distinguished them from the comparison companies? 3/23/2008 3 ` LEVEL 5 LEADERSHIP ` FIRST WHO ` STOCKDALE PARADOX ` BUILD-UP BREAKTHROUGH FLYWHEEL ` THE HEDGEHOG CONCEPT ` TECHNOLOGY ACCELERATORS ` A CULTURE OF DISCIPLINE...
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This note was uploaded on 02/26/2010 for the course ITM ENT526 taught by Professor Wise during the Spring '10 term at Ryerson.
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