This is one of the best audio books I have listened to or read for that matter. The reader is passionate about his work, honest when he is giving his opinion, and supported by the data his team put together.
The most memorable moment was the discussion of Kimberly Clark's CEO and the impression that you are left with that if you met these people, you would like them, and they probably would like you.
I liked that Jim Collins was himself and was not autocratic in evaluation of the data and decisions on what to include in the book.
Why great leaders are really like you and me.
I felt like the story made me feel childlike or childish and that the presentation was dumbed down to the point that anyone could understand it. But instead of accomplishing its goal it made me feel as though if presented the material in a more challenging way that I would not have been understand it I just did not enjoy the story line
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