'Taylor and Harrison's Supergrowth Companies - Entrepreneurs in Action combines careful scholarship, practical case studies and uncommon insight in a path-breaking study of Europe's economic engines of prosperity. Beyond confirming important similarities in leadership practice with America's winning performers, Supergrowth Companies discovers some new secrets of European entrepreneurial success. Must reading for those who seek to grow great businesses from great ideas.'
Richard E. Cavanagh, President and CEO, The Conference Board Inc., New York
and co-author The Winning Performance: How America's High Growth Midsized Companies Succeed.
' The book's strategies include surviving recession, negotiating barriers
to growth,growing a successful service and more'.
Supergrowth Companies is based on extensive research following the progress of over 200 businesses, including Anita Roddick and The Body Shop and Alan Sugar and Amstrad. It features interviews with company executives and a collection of over fifty case studies.
It also reports on ten years of research involving fifteen researchers in Britain and Germany and producing guidelines concerning new business opportunities, growth strategies, leadership styles, organization expansion, overseas expansion, strategies for service businesses, managing risk and uncertainty.
Supergrowth Companies is aimed primarily at managers and entrepreneurs who want to learn from the experience of a wide range of businesses so that theirs may grow faster and more profitably. It will also be of interest to students of business growth and managers on corporate development programmes.
Based on original research from Henley Management College
Bernard Taylor is the well-known and widely respected author and editor of Long Range Planning (key Elsevier business journal)
Medium-sized companies are very much in vogue - as acquisition targets and as having the most growth potential in the future.
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Descripción Butterworth-Heinemann, 1996. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería DADAX0750627506