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Business Think

3.42 of 5 stars 3.42  ·  rating details  ·  33 ratings  ·  7 reviews
Over fifty percent of all business decisions fail; eighty-two percent of businesses go under before their tenth anniversary and eight out of ten new products fail. In direct contrast, research also shows that ninety-one percent of all businesspeople are as confident as ever in making decisions. Decision confidence is up. Success is down. While we are an inventive, entrepre ...more
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Published May 1st 2002 by Covey (first published November 17th 1998)
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Brandon
Interesting book...I got it as a gift, so felt compelled to read it. It discusses how to think smarter in business. Interesting, but there are better ways of spending valuable reading time.
Lori Grant
A should-read book on decision making and problem solving, which are two critical competencies in business life.
Mark Holencik
Gave me some insights into getting to the real problem not just what it looks like on the surface.
Jeff Wombold
A slow read but good refresher for those who are into business politics
Matt
Put me to sleep. Literally.
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