The E-Myth Enterprise explores the requirements that any new business must meet: the satisfaction of its four primary influencers - its employees, customers, suppliers, and investors - through four fundamental categories - visual, emotional, functional, and financial. Together these form the twin strategies every entrepreneur must use to design a business.
The latest book in the Gerber franchise, The E-Myth Enterprise, fits neatly into a training program all entrepreneurs can use to fulfill their dreams.
©2009 Michael Gerber; (P)2009 HarperCollins Publishers
Gerber has done one great book E-myth Revisited, it is great, if you have a start up business read it. This, gets him some money and I don't mind too much as his first book was sooooo good. But really, don't bother unless you are looking for some crumb of inspiration, of which I guess there are a few.
Did I mention his other book was great.
"Tripe, Snake Oil, Utter Rubbish"
Please don't waste your money or your time. Bought this having heard great things about these e-myth titles, would never buy another full of pointless tales from authors own life.
Great deal of content very little substance.
"Bad easy answers to complex questions"
There is no real substance to this book. It offers a list of easy answers to complex questions without actually offering anything practical. The book over simplifies leadership and gives weak subjective case studies as fact. It would be at the bottom of my virtual audio book pile.
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