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.
I feel like the narrator is preforming for a 3rd grade class, he is simple terrible. The only way to tolerate the book is at 2x speed
Really solid message
anyone, he is simple the worst
Simply great data.
Play this at 1.25 speed. Way too slow of a read for anything less.
Jim adds some additional great concepts to build on "Good to Great." Starts out a little boring and theoretical with the triangle concept he presents, but when he gets into the examples, it brings the concepts to life.
The authors attention to detail is incredible. I love how it was read. Thank you so much for the Q and A at the end.
Much much better than their good to great book, which was much drier.
Thank you Jim and Morten!
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.