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Invent, Reinvent, Thrive: The Keys to Success for Any Start-Up, Entrepreneur, or Family Business

Gebonden Engels 2014 9780071823005
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In today's uncertain world of business, one rule stands above the rest: If you want to survive-let alone thrive-you must embrace change. Everything else comes after.

In Invent Reinvent Thrive Kellogg School of Management Professor Lloyd Shefsky provides the inspiration and insight any entrepreneur or family business needs for long-term success--and he backs it all up with proven models of what works and what doesn't.

Shefsky reveals the common thread of all business success stories: reinvention. He explains not just how to reinvent concepts and ideas from the start, but ways to continuously innovate and reinvent your business to meet today's constantly changing marketplace conditions. In addition to his own expert insight, Shefsky provides firsthand advice through case studies derived from dozens of original interviews with entrepreneurs and family business giants, consisting of the leaders of some of today's most successful companies, including:
- Howard Schultz (founder, Chairman, and CEO of Starbucks)
- Jim Sinegal (founder of Costco)
- Chuck Schwab (founder of Charles Schwab & Co.)
- Tom Stemberg (founder of Staples)

The author also gives special attention to family businesses (which account for over half the U.S. GDP) and how to address vexing family disparities, enabling family businesses to last more than two generations.

Invent Reinvent Thrive offers all the answers you need to get your business where you want it to be. You'll learn exactly where new and multi-generational business owners fall short and miss incredible opportunities, why they fail to take the plunge or innovate--and how you can rework, revitalize, and reinvent your business not just to avoid the most common perils but to lead your business to the apex of your industry.

Specificaties

ISBN13:9780071823005
Taal:Engels
Bindwijze:gebonden
Aantal pagina's:304
Druk:1
Verschijningsdatum:1-9-2014
Hoofdrubriek:Algemeen management

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Over Lloyd Shefsky

Lloyd E. Shefsky is Clinical Professor of Entrepreneurship at Kellogg School of Management, as well as founder and Co-Director of the school's Center for Family Enterprises and cofounder of its Center for Executive Women. Cofounder of several businesses and nonprofits, he has taught, lectured, and spoken in China, Japan, Thailand, Canada, Israel, and throughout the United States. Invent Reinvent Thrive is Shefsky's first book since his 1994 debut, Entrepreneurs Are Made Not Born.

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Inhoudsopgave

Preface
Acknowledgments
Introduction

Part 1: REINVENTING YOURSELF AS AN ENTREPRENEUR
1. Core Competencies Will Relaunch Your Career
2. Ignoring the Noise of Dissent

Part 2: REINVENTING YOUR BUSINESS
3. In Business, Reinventing Isn't Everything; It's the Constant Thing
4. Sleeping with the Enemy

Part 3: CAPTAINS OF INDUSTRY: DON'T JUST GRANDSTAND--DO SOMETHING
5. Maturity Is No Excuse: Reinvent or Atrophy
6. Kodak and IBM: The Goliath Factor

Part 4: ENTREPRENEURS MORPH TO CORPORATE CHIEFS
7. Moving to a Higher Platform
8. When Does the Entrepreneur Need to Let Go?

Part 5: THE FAMILY BUSINESS AND THE SUCCESSION PARADOX
9. Silver Spoons: Why Do Some Tarnish While Others Shine?
10. Col. Henry Crown: The Long Shadow of His Legacy
11. Changing Times Call for New Skill Sets
12. Differences Between Leading the Family Business and Leading the Family
13. Reinventing Family Business So Successors' Skills Shine Through
14. What's Love Got to Do with It

Conclusion: Magic Pill? Remember to Refill Your Prescription

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