Good to Great: Why Some Companies Make the Leap ... and Others Don't
HD57.7 .C645 2005 Disc 1-8 CD
Presents the findings of a long-term study on a group of companies that made the leap from good to great and sustained those results for at least fifteen years, looking at how those businesses compared with organizations that failed to achieve high performance, and identifying the factors that make the difference.
- CD 1. Harper audio presents Good to Great -- Undaunted curiosity -- The core of our method -- The timeless "physics" of good to great -- Level 5 leadership -- Ambition for the company: setting up successors for success
- CD 2. The eleven good-to-great CEOs -- The window and the mirror -- Cultivating level 5 leadership -- Level 5 leadership key points -- First who...then what -- It's who you pay, not how you pay them -- Rigorous, not ruthless
- CD 3. How to be rigorous -- First who, great companies and a great life -- Confront the brutal facts -- Facts are better than dreams -- Leading from good to great
- CD 4. Unwavering faith amid the brutal facts -- Chapter 5:The hedgehog concept -- The three circles -- Circle number two: insight into your economic engine -- Understanding your passion.
- CD 5. The triumph of understanding over bravado -- The hedgehog concept -- A culture of discipline -- Freedom (and responsibility) within a framework -- A culture, not a tyrant -- For nearly forty years
- CD 6. This notion of fanatical consistency -- The "stop doing" list -- Technology accelerators -- Technology as an accelerator, not a creator, of momentum -- Technology and the fear of being left behind
- CD 7. The flywheel and the doom loop -- I'd like to share with you -- The doom loop -- The flywheel as a wraparound idea of good to great -- From good to great to built to last -- Core ideology: the extra dimension of enduring greatness
- CD 8. Good BHAGS, bad BHAGS, and other conceptual links -- Why greatness? -- Epilogue -- Final question -- Now that you've been through the journey.
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