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Alex Johnson Business and Society BTL assignment 1 1. Collins and Porras describe a visionary company as something that has prospered over a long period of time. “ They are more than successful. They are more than enduring. In most cases, they are the best of the best in their industries, and have been that way for decades.” They don’t have to be successful all the time. Most visionary companies have suffered a crash. 2. With looking at the stat about putting $1 into a general fund, comparison fund, and a visionary fund, you can clearly see that the visionary funds are much stronger and more successful. They have just about 6 times the amount of the comparison funds do. 3. Myth 1: Starting without a great idea can lead to more success by having more opportunities to change or add your companies product. Myth 2: Too much vision within a company can cause problems because of a lack of leadership. Myth 3: Not everything is about making money. It also has to do with core values and creating a strong structured company. Myth 4: Each company has its own core
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This note was uploaded on 04/10/2008 for the course BUS 100 taught by Professor Laine during the Fall '08 term at Whittier.

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BTL#1 - Alex Johnson Business and Society BTL assignment 1...

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