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The Paradox of Excellence: How Great Performance Can Kill Your Business - Mosby, David; Weissman, Michael
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2005, ISBN: 0787981397

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[EAN: 9780787981396], Neubuch, [PU: Jossey-Bass], Business & Economics|General, Business & Economics|Leadership, Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: "I work with hundreds of CEOs and have seen the ''paradox of excellence'' occur in companies of all types and sizes. David Mosby and Michael Weissman have written an important book that is not only easy and fun to read, but can enable great companies to become truly great in the eyes of those who matter--their customers. The Paradox of Excellence cleverly explains why companies must work as a team to identify, understand, and manage the ever-changing expectations of their customers." --Paul Witkay, founder and CEO, Alliance of Chief Executives "This book reveals a powerful new formula for every business to become distinct and not extinct!" --Ram Charan, coauthor, Confronting Reality and Execution, and author, Boards That Deliver " The Paradox of Excellence is a must-read for any company executive. In today''s competitive environment, it is all too easy to become ''invisible'' to our customers and lead to undesired consequences. This book helps put into perspective issues facing many businesses today." --Garry Betty, CEO, Earthlink " The Paradox of Excellence is a quick read and an excellent investment of your time. It provides a meaningful guide to improving communications and interactions with your customers." --Jerry McElhatton, president, Global Technology & Operations, MasterCard International "The message you are delivering is very important to all companies regardless of size or success. In my thirty-four years in business and eight as a college president, I have often seen and experienced the paradox of excellence phenomenon. This is a must-read for all in today''s business and service environment" --Bill Galvin, retired vice chairman, Xerox Corporation, and retired president, Babson College "A fresh idea made very accessibledefinitely worth reading!" --Ron Okamoto, vice president, Worldwide Developer Relations, Apple Computer " The Paradox of Excellence teaches a fundamental management lesson nestled in an involving, suspenseful story--operations excellence leading to high expectations coupled with inadequate management of your brand can be a recipe for disaster." --David Aaker, vice chairman, Prophet, and author, Brand Portfolio Strategy "I was so impressed with your book. I''m going to order an advanced copy for myself and members of my management team." --Joan Waltman, president, Wireless Business Solutions "Extremely clear and concise with actual remedies instead of only theories. A must read for anyone in sales, marketing and general management responsibilities." --Jackie Meyer, marketing director, Qualcomm Wireless Business Solutions "David Mosby and Michael Weissman have hit the nail on the head with this interesting and understandable look at how outstanding performance can ultimately shipwreck a healthy organization." --Tim Allen, senior director of operations- Ingram Micro Logistics "You put words to my intuition. I have been struggling with this issue and now it has a name! The Paradox of Excellence is a must-read for start-ups, mature companies, and service providers alike. Our company has already begun shattering the paradox and continuing our pursuit of excellence." --Pierce Plam, CEO, Dealer Fusion, Inc. "This book should be required reading of every sales team--without exception! In this day of hyper competition, the seemingly simple task of reminding our customers about our value and the impact we''ve had on their business should be paramount. Forgetting this simple rule of thumb, could result in the loss of so many things both valuable and important to us.Our customer relationships, our market share, and our strong reputation amongst our peers." --Marc Mandel, global strategic solutions manager, OneSource Information Services Inc. " The Paradox of Excellence does an excellent job of describing one of the overlooked subtleties of selling and managing client relationships." --Bill Nichols, managing director, Milpitas Dedicated Fu

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Praise for The Paradox of Excellence ´´This book reveals a powerful new formula for every business to become distinct and not extinct!´´ -Ram Charan, coauthor, Confronting Reality and Execution, and author, Boards That Deliver ´´The Paradox of Excellence is a must-read for any company executive. In today´s competitive environment, it is all too easy to become ´invisible´ to our customers, which leads to undesired consequences. This book helps put into perspective issues facing many businesses today.´´ -Garry Betty, CEO, Earthlink ´´The Paradox of Excellence is a quick read and an excellent investment of your time. It provides a meaningful guide to improving communications and interactions with your customers.´´ -Jerry McElhatton, president, Global Technology & Operations, MasterCard International ´´The message Mosby and Weissman are delivering is very important to all companies regardless of size or success. In my thirty-four years in business and eight as a college president, I have often seen and experienced the paradox of excellence phenomenon. This is a must-read for all in today´s business and service environment.´´ -Bill Galvin, retired vice chairman, Xerox Corporation, and retired president, Babson College ´´A fresh idea made very accessible-definitely worth reading!´´ -Ron Okamoto, vice president, Worldwide Developer Relations, Apple Computer ´´The Paradox of Excellence teaches a fundamental management lesson nestled in an involving, suspenseful story-operations excellence leading to high expectations coupled with inadequate management of your brand can be a recipe for disaster.´´ -David Aaker, vice chairman, Prophet, and author, Brand Portfolio Strategy ´´I was so impressed with this book. I´m going to order an advanced copy for myself and members of my management team.´´ -Joan Waltman, president, Wireless Business Solutions, Qualcomm, Inc. Praise for The Paradox of Excellence ´´This book reveals a powerful new formula for every business to become distinct and not extinct!´´ -Ram Charan, coauthor, Confronting Reality and Execution, and author, Boards That Deliver ´´The Paradox of Excellence is a must-read for any company executive. Bücher > Fremdsprachige Bücher > Englische Bücher Taschenbuch 02.09.2005, Jossey-Bass, .200

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The Paradox of Excellence: How Great Performance Can Kill Your Business
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Mosby, David; Weissman, Michael; Mosby

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The Paradox of Excellence: How Great Performance Can Kill Your Business

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9780787981396

Praise for The Paradox of Excellence "This book reveals a powerful new formula for every business to become distinct and not extinct!" -Ram Charan, coauthor, Confronting Reality and Execution, and author, Boards That Deliver "The Paradox of Excellence is a must-read for any company executive. In today's competitive environment, it is all too easy to become 'invisible' to our customers, which leads to undesired consequences. This book helps put into perspective issues facing many businesses today." -Garry Betty, CEO, Earthlink "The Paradox of Excellence is a quick read and an excellent investment of your time. It provides a meaningful guide to improving communications and interactions with your customers." -Jerry McElhatton, president, Global Technology & Operations, MasterCard International "The message Mosby and Weissman are delivering is very important to all companies regardless of size or success. In my thirty-four years in business and eight as a college president, I have often seen and experienced the paradox of excellence phenomenon. This is a must-read for all in today's business and service environment." -Bill Galvin, retired vice chairman, Xerox Corporation, and retired president, Babson College "A fresh idea made very accessible-definitely worth reading!" -Ron Okamoto, vice president, Worldwide Developer Relations, Apple Computer "The Paradox of Excellence teaches a fundamental management lesson nestled in an involving, suspenseful story-operations excellence leading to high expectations coupled with inadequate management of your brand can be a recipe for disaster." -David Aaker, vice chairman, Prophet, and author, Brand Portfolio Strategy "I was so impressed with this book. I'm going to order an advanced copy for myself and members of my management team." -Joan Waltman, president, Wireless Business Solutions, Qualcomm, Inc.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780787981396
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0787981397
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Taschenbuch
Erscheinungsjahr: 2005
Herausgeber: JOSSEY BASS
224 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,286 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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