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Break From the Pack offers a broad array of valuable and exciting insights on how to succeed in today's competitive environment. Unlike so many books that are long on generalities and short on specifics, Harari's book offers tangible examples of 'how to' and 'how not to' succeed in key strategic issues. I recommend this book to any business leader. - Garry Betty, President ...more
Hardcover, 299 pages
Published September 1st 2006 by FT Press (first published August 24th 2006)
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Desde Leader Summaries recomendamos la lectura del libro Salirse de la multitud, de Oren Harari.
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One the most formidable challenges most organizations now face is how to differentiate themselves from the competition, especially at a time when customers have more choices and more control of the purchase decision, and when, as Oren Harari observes, “In every industry, a very small number of organizations are fast, fit, healthy, and clearly at the forefront. They are followed by a few pretty good wannabes nipping at their heels. These groups are clearly ahead of ‘the pack’ – that large, undiff ...more
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Oren Harari is a genius. He is on the faculty at U.C. San Francisco and was formerly a partner and leading speaker for Peter Drucker. In this book he dispenses advice about differentiating oneself or ones organization as a matter of survival. Very interesting case studies of once-great organizations gone wrong and occasionally reborn as something even better.
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I will be hearing Oren Harari speak today - very exciting!
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