Audible obsessed lifelong learner.
Collins uses a similar comparison technique he used in his Built to Last, Good to Great, and How the Mighty Fall books however the focus is now comparison of companies during times of great turmoil. The discussion around how companies deal with good and bad luck and how the great companies are prepared ahead of time to gain from both good and bad luck was very eye opening idea. Very similar to the other books but still a very worthwhile read.
What a horrible book. Why couldn't these guys hire a narrator? It's like listening to a motivational speaker yelling at your ear. Pauses for like two seconds every other word for the whole effect of driving you nuts. The thesis of the book is interesting, as long as you can tolerate the narration.
This book contains loads of insite and real life examples of companies that not only weathered the storm but came out leaps and bounds ahead of the competition.
Jim dive deep in what is most relevant for running an successful organization. Is one of the best business books out there.
I would definitely recommend for those wishing to take their companies to the next level.
Top 5 of all books.
20 mile march. What it means to be consistent.
Made very specific points to the 10x'er. Are you a 10x'er?
Persistence and value blew me away!
If this book does not motivate you, I am super sorry. This is one of the new age motivational and confidence builders of today.
I have always been a fan of Jim Collins' work. The first book I read of his was "built to last". Then I went on to "good to great". "Great by choice" probably has helped me more than any of the other books, although they all are significant to my business operation. The other books by Collins have been very helpful, but this one helped me understand the overall picture of my business better than the other two books. I would recommend it to anyone who wants to improve their business or their personal life or other organization.