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Organizational Physics - The Science of Growing a Business
by Lex Sisney
There are hidden laws at work in every aspect of your business. Understand them, and you can create extraordinary growth. Ignore them, and you run the risk of becoming another statistic. It's become almost cliche: 8 out of every 10 new ventures fail. Of the ones that succeed, how many truly thrive-for the long run? And of those that thrive, how many continually overcome ...more
Hardcover, 230 pages
Published March 27th 2013 by Lulu.com
(first published June 21st 2012)
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Loved this book. Ok, the writing, meh. But, the concept of long term and short term thinking roles in a company, and the stress of combining them in one person's role in a company - brilliant. I recommend reading this book and considering it before any major re-org, and when building a business. Great read, and worth contemplating...
Oh man what a jewel. Planning on going right back through it again. Some unique paradigms for viewing business growth and products in the market place. I feel like I will use some of these ideas for the rest of my life as an entrepreneur and consultant.
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