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📒Business Stripped Bare ✍ Richard Branson
✏Business Stripped Bare Book Summary : "The brave may not live forever-but the cautious do not live at all!" -Sir Richard Branson Richard Branson is an iconic entrepreneur and the founder of Virgin Airways, Virgin Records, and many other Virgin businesses around the world. Now he shares the inside track on his life in business and reveals the incredible truth about his most risky, brilliant, and audacious deals. Combining invaluable advice with remarkable, and candid stories of Virgin's greatest achievements, as well as some of its setbacks, this is a dynamic, inspirational, and truly original guide. Whether you are an executive, an entrepreneur, or are just starting out, Branson strips business down to show how you can succeed and make a difference.
📒Summary Business Stripped Bare ✍ BusinessNews Publishing
✏Summary Business Stripped Bare Book Summary : The must-read summary of Richard Branson's book: "Business Stripped Bare: Adventures of a Global Entrepreneur". This complete summary of the ideas from Richard Branson's book "Business Stripped Bare" shows that the whole object of being in business is to create new things, make them and sell them. The essence of any business is creativity. There is no reverse gear in commerce – if you have a problem, you have to invent a solution rather than trying to un-invent what is already there. Furthermore, this summary presents seven elements that need to be in place to really make the right things happen. Your success or failure then flows from the ethics you enshrine and your ability to put those ethics into action. In business, ethics are everything. If you can create a company you’re proud of, which does things you feel good about and which genuinely takes a step towards making the world a better place, then you’ve achieved something very worthwhile. Added-value of this summary: • Save time • Understand key concepts • Increase your business knowledge To learn more, read "Business Stripped Bare" and discover very interesting ideas written by one of the most successful people on earth.
📒Management Stripped Bare ✍ Jo Owen
✏Management Stripped Bare Book Summary : Management Stripped Bare from best-selling author Jo Owen is an essential everyday tool for managers based on 20 years of working at the sharp end. Irreverent and incisive, it provides realistic advice on over 150 everyday management challenges such as bad meetings, boring presentations, difficult bosses, political intrigue, unreasonable goals and inadequate resources. Short on theory and long on experience, Management Stripped Bare cuts through the usual hype and rhetoric to help you make sense of business and ensure your corporate survival.
📒Virgin Rebel Richard Branson In His Own Words ✍ Danielle McLimore
✏Virgin Rebel Richard Branson In His Own Words Book Summary : Richard Branson, who has been called "England's most outrageous billionaire," is also one of the world's most successful business leaders. Since the age of 16, when he founded Student magazine, Branson has been creating companies and finding innovative ways to grow them into the prodigious conglomerate known as the Virgin Group. At the age of 20, Branson founded a mail-order record retailer. Two years later he built a recording studio where the first artist signed to his Virgin label, Mike Oldfield, recorded the haunting soundtrack to The Exorcist. Decades later, industries as varied as entertainment (Virgin Music), retail (Virgin Megastores), transportation (Virgin Airlines), and telecommunications (Virgin Mobile) all bear Branson's business moniker. For the first time, the most thought-provoking, revealing, and inspiring quotes from Branson are compiled in a single book. Virgin Rebel: Richard Branson in His Own Words is a comprehensive guidebook to the inner workings of the Virgin Group chairman and founder. Hundreds of Branson's best quotes, comprising thoughts on business, music, entrepreneurship, politics, exploration, and life lessons, provide an intimate and direct look into the mind of this modern business icon.
📒Creating Brand Energy ✍ Cath Sutherland
✏Creating Brand Energy Book Summary : Discover a refreshing and meaningful way of doing business: One that starts with you, and explores who you are, what you stand for and why you are here. Cath Sutherland, invites you on a fun and affirming journey through her innovative Brand Creation Process, to discover your powerful and unique Brand Energy. This is your ultimate personalised blueprint for; who you are as a business, 'how' to do business and 'how' to operate as a Conscious Business. Connect with and activate your Global Vision, Purpose, Values, Personality and Product to create unique emotional value that will attract 'like energy' and nurture life partnerships with your team, customers and stakeholders. This practical and creative guide is as powerful for the entrepreneur as it is for the corporate professional. Featuring inspiring case studies, it is a genuine 'how to' book demonstrating that businesses who are true to who they are (whether that is one of you or a collective) can naturally build powerful brands and long term, sustainable business success. Get ready to be energised! 'It's one of the most remarkable, riveting, and I hope game-changing (for me/so many ideas!) book I have read in a decade. Simply amazing!' Michael Lee -Managing Director, International Advertising Association 'Creating Brand Energy is a book for our times and for the future of business. It is Exciting, Neotenous (maintaining childlike wonder yet being an expression of wisdom), Empathetic, Really Gutsy and will be of great benefit to You, Your business and Your relationships. In short, it is positive ENERGY. Read it and grow.' Glenn Capelli CSP Churchill Fellow and author of Thinking Caps 'It's a great training tool to show our staff the natural evolution of our brand, what it means to be a part of our energy, what they can do to activate it and importantly provide consistency for our business.' Richard Poulson, Owner, Morrison. 'Creating Brand Energy is not just evolutionary it is revolutionary.' Jeff Allis, CEO, Boost Juice.
📒The Young Entrepreneur S Guide To Starting And Running A Business ✍ Steve Mariotti
✏The Young Entrepreneur s Guide to Starting and Running a Business Book Summary : It doesn't matter how old you are or where you're from; you can start a profitable business. The Young Entrepreneur's Guide to Starting and Running a Business will show you how. Through stories of young entrepreneurs who have started businesses, this book illustrates how to turn hobbies, skills, and interests into profit-making ventures. Mariotti describes the characteristics of the successful entrepreneur and covers the nuts and bolts of getting a business up, running and successful.
📒Screw Business As Usual ✍ Richard Branson
✏Screw Business As Usual Book Summary : RICHARD BRANSON, one of the world's most famous and admired business leaders, argues that it's time to turn capitalism upside down-to shift our values from an exclusive focus on profit to also caring for people, communities and the planet. As he writes: "It's a vibrant and definite sea change from the way business was always done, when financial profit was a driving force. Today, people aren't afraid to say, Screw business as usual!-and show they mean it. "It's amazing how I keep coming across the same message, from bustling global cities to the townships of South Africa to small villages in India to G8 climate conferences. "It's no coincidence that so many people are talking about the same thing. There's a real buzz in the air. Change is happening. "People often associate me with challenges, with trying to break records while sailing the Atlantic or flying in a jet stream in a balloon or going into space with Virgin Galactic. But this book isn't just about fun and adventure and exceeding one's wildest dreams. It's a different kind of business book. It's about revolution. My message is a simple one: business as usual isn't working. In fact, business as usual is wrecking this planet. Resources are being used up; the air, the sea, the land are all heavily polluted. The poor are getting poorer. Many are dying of starvation or because they can't afford a dollar a day for lifesaving medicine. "But my message is not all doom and gloom. I will describe how I think business can help fix things and create a more prosperous world for everyone. I happen to believe in business because I believe that business is a force for good. By that I mean that doing good is good for business. "Doing the right thing can be profitable. I will show how this works step by step in the following pages. It's the core message of this book. I often say, 'Have fun and the money will come.' I still believe that, but now I am saying, 'Do good, have fun and the money will come.'" From the Hardcover edition.
📒Organisational Design ✍ Andrew Olivier
✏Organisational Design Book Summary : I like the title and the structure a lot, it gives a strong feeling of combining strong factual base with concrete advice/principles. There are several aspects that I feel I need to learn more about after reading the first chapter and that I believe is a good sign! - It clearly shows that you are an authority in the field and that you know this broadly and deeply - The references to Branson, Yunus et al are very good and strong proof points, actually I would buy the book just for learning more about their stories from this leadership/work structure perspective. Ericsson, Billing & Customer Care, Sweden Your approach in the book is very practical. This I believe will be most helpful to the practitioner. You have managed to distil theory into good bite size chunks that will be very helpful to someone out in the field. I enjoyed reading it. Overall, I loved it. There are some strong linkages with Semlers 1993 book Maverick. *** Organisational Design: What Your University Forgot to Teach You by Andrew Olivier is an in-depth analysis of Dr. Elliott Jaques's organizational design model. In addition to coining the concept of a "mid-life crisis," Dr. Jaques was both renowned and criticized by his peers in the 1960s and 1970s for organizational models that contradicted the norm and left little room for interpretation. As a business consultant, Olivier states he has successfully applied Jaques's theories to his client companies throughout his career and provides case studies showcasing the model in action. This is no mean feat, as the model is exceptionally dense and layered. It is comprised of seven "key principles," in which four "domains" and seven "work levels" are housed, as well as complexity-based design theory, event sequencing, and time-focused systems. Despite the confusing relationship between the theories, systems, domains, principles, sequences, and levels, the individual concepts are logical, if not banal. For example, Olivier describes the fifth principle on "Empowering Role Relationships" as "agree on authority levels for role relationships and ensure understanding to all stakeholders." Olivier notes that he wanted to write Organisational Design to provide an "entry point into this body of knowledge" because he believes Jaques's work has been unfairly marginalized due to its incompatibility with other organizational design theories. (One detractor quoted here notes that "any theory not open to inclusion with existing theories is doomed to expulsion from the academic ranks.") Standing on its own, Jaques's seven work levels, providing a map for building an organization's personnel structure, is Indeed useful. And Olivier's table on page 27 breaking down each level's goals and Suggested timeframe is worth reviewing. But while his enthusiasm for both the model and man are apparent, Olivier generally fails to dissect the complicated approach in a manner that will be accessible for those unfamiliar with Jaques's work. His book may be valuable for advanced organizational psychologists but is not recommended for novice and intermediate design specialists. -Blueink Review
📒The Secrets Of Successful Coaches ✍ Karen Williams
✏The Secrets of Successful Coaches Book Summary : Every year, thousands of people across the UK train to be a life, business or executive coach, yet many struggle to make a living. If they don't have the skills to run a successful business, they won't be able to create the business they need. In this book, you will discover 10 easy-to-follow steps to create your own successful business.
📒Give And Take ✍ Adam Grant
✏Give and Take Book Summary : A groundbreaking look at why our interactions with others hold the key to success, from the bestselling author of Originals For generations, we have focused on the individual drivers of success: passion, hard work, talent, and luck. But in today’s dramatically reconfigured world, success is increasingly dependent on how we interact with others. In Give and Take, Adam Grant, an award-winning researcher and Wharton’s highest-rated professor, examines the surprising forces that shape why some people rise to the top of the success ladder while others sink to the bottom. Praised by social scientists, business theorists, and corporate leaders, Give and Take opens up an approach to work, interactions, and productivity that is nothing short of revolutionary.