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The phenomenal rise of the Internet seems to have transformed business as we know it. However, according to two men who have been at the forefront of the Internet's impact, some important things haven't changed: the future still belongs to passionate companies made up of passionate people. In Clicks and Morter, Schwab co-CEO David Pottruck teams up with leadership master and best-selling author Terry Pearce to show what it takes to build a high-growth organization in today's electronic environment.
©2000 Jossey-Bass, Inc.; (P)2000 Penton Overseas, Inc. Published by Penton Overseas, Inc. and Audio Scholar, Inc.

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"If there is a better handbook on adapting to the internet economy, I have yet to find it." (The New York Times)

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  • Ahmed
  • Pretoria, South Africa
  • 08-20-10

Nothing about driving growth or passion here!

This is the most disappointing book I have come across audible so far. The book is supposed to be about passion and driving growth in today's internet driven world, instead the author gives you advice on things that really should be norms in business today. If you are a shady type of person that lacks business ethics and values money over your customers then this is for you. As for passion, if the author would start with a more passionate voice maybe I would have at least finished the book, but the dry monotone reminded me of my grade 8 physics master who used to lull the whole class to sleep. I had to turn it off. There is nothing about driving growth or passion here, instead its a pitch about how good Schwab is and how ethical they are, which takes me back to the first point I made, if you lack ethics in the way you do business and want to change that then this book is for you.