Advantage-Makers consistently see possibilities others miss. They learn more, learn faster, and transform their insights into breakaway strategies. They are more effective collaborators, more powerful influencers, better at handling adversity, and dramatically more successful at execution. In The Advantage-Makers, Steven Feinberg shows you how to "think different" and find the commanding vantage point in every situation, from which you can maximize every opportunity.
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|21.||Wired to Care: How Companies Prosper When They Create Widespread Empathy|
|22.||Business Analytics Principles, Concepts, and Applications with SAS: What, Why, and How|
|23.||Make Change Happen: Get to grips with managing change in business|
|24.||Becoming a Strategic Organization (Chapter 2 from Disrupt Together)|
|25.||Business Model Execution - Navigating with the Pivot (Chapter 12 from Disrupt Together)|
|26.||Developing Sustainable Business Models (Chapter 11 from Disrupt Together)|
|27.||Disrupting Yourself - Launching New Business Models from Within Established Enterprises (Chapter 15 from Disrupt Together)|
|28.||Framing the Vision for Engagement (Chapter 3 from Disrupt Together)|
|29.||Interdisciplinarity, Innovation, and Transforming Healthcare (Chapter 14 from Disrupt Together)|
|30.||Leveraging Ethnography to Predict Shifting Cultural Norms (Chapter 7 from Disrupt Together)|
Today's best companies get it. They're generating every form of value that mattersemotional, experiential, social, and financialnot because it's "politically correct," but because it's the only path to long-term competitive advantage. Firms of Endearment illuminates the idea of building companies that can sustain success in a radically new era, earning the powerful loyalty and affection that enables truly breathtaking performance.
Everywhere, products are being commoditized, services are being imitated, and traditional barriers to market entry are collapsing. Break from the Pack shows you how to sustain competitive advantage in today's Copycat Economy: learn how to dominate markets (and when to leave them); how to create a "higher cause" that will mobilize stakeholders; and how to build a pipeline of cool, compelling products, in any industry.