The print version does put perspective that the audio book doesn't, but this is true with all audio books - the limitations of being able to visualize lists and paragraph structure
Lectures by Olivier Fourcadet, a divine professor of Competitive Strategy who seriously put perspective on such a profound topic
Long train running
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The book was a good take on strategy. It has a lot of academic thought put into it which helps one move from the classroom to the boardroom. However, I didn't agree with some of the perspectives put in the book - it leaves one no room to either listen to self perception or market perception of an idea. Was confused on that particular point.
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