How do you build a business model from Good to Great? The answer while not popular is fundamental. We dislike, resist and simply refuse to want more of it in our life: DISCIPLINE
Strategic Discipline Blog
In Tom Verducci’s September 29th article Exit Stage Center on Derek Jeter he provided a number of references to developing habits and routines, along with leadership that in case you missed the article I thought I’d share with you.
What’s more important, having a great system or talent?
Does choosing systems fly in the face of Jim Collins, “First Who than What” principle from Good To Great?
A number of books I’ve read this past year suggest that being a good company, having a Core Purpose (Patrick Lencioni’s The Advantage), and Brand Ideal (Grow by Jim Stengel) and focusing on the humanity of your business can make you not only more successful but more profitable.
How do you find people that share the right values?
This past week I had the opportunity to speak at length with a prospect that is a big fan of Jim Collins, Good to Great. His business has been growing, doubling revenues in the past 24 months. He’s been responsible for several innovations which have resulted in patents for his company. He’s very aware of the momentum of the flywheel and feels his business is at the point that it’s generating that type of thrust.