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Billion-Dollar Lessons: What You Can Learn…
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Billion-Dollar Lessons: What You Can Learn from the Most Inexcusable…

by Paul B. Carroll

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Lots of good stories in the first part of the book like how some company tried to consolidate funeral homes and another with doctor's offices. But as the 2nd half turned into lessons about running a business, i lost interest. Rather have heard a bunch of stories, instead of lessons. Stopped with like 50 pages to go. ( )
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Analyzes the costly mistakes of companies throughout the past quarter century to counsel business professionals on what not to do, in a guide that profiles key strategy failures and challenges popular beliefs about leadership, luck, and effective execution.… (more)

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