Why do so many good companies go bad? In The Self-Destructive Habits of Good Companies...And How to Avoid Them, the authors examine the companies that were once thought-of as great (A & P, Sears, Xerox, Kodak, GM, Corning, Atari, Wang) and analyze how they ended up self-destructing. This book identifies seven dangerous habits even well-run companies fall victim to: denial, complacency, overdependence on traditional competencies, competitive myopia, an obsession with volume, rising culture conflict and turf wars, arrogance. By listening to The Self-Destructive Habits of Good Companies you can avoid the mistakes these companies made; diagnose your own company's failings; and discover specific, detailed techniques for "curing" or, better yet, preventing every one of these self-destructive habits.More
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excellent with practical advice
Useful and humbling experience
- Marian Hanganu