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Summary: The Breakthrough Imperative
Summary: The Breakthrough Imperative
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Summary: The Breakthrough Imperative

Review and Analysis of Gottfredson and Schaubert's Book
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Summary: The Breakthrough Imperative

Review and Analysis of Gottfredson and Schaubert's Book
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The must-read summary of Mark Gottfredson and Steve Schaubert's book: `The Breakthrough Imperative: How the Best Managers Get Outstanding Results`.

This complete summary of the ideas from Mark Gottfredson and Steve Schaubert's book `The Breakthrough Imperative` shows how every CEO today is under intense pressure from shareholders and outside analysts to generate performance breakthroughs. If visible progress towards a breakthrough isn’t seen within a year or two, then it becomes highly likely the new CEO will be ousted for someone else. In their book, the authors explain that managers need to make a fast start and can do so by relying on two keys to success: understanding the fundamental laws of business, and following a systematic path to performance improvement. This summary is a must-read for new leaders who want to make sure they make the right start.

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• Save time
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To learn more, read `The Breakthrough Imperative` and find out how you can make a fast start and get on the path to breakthrough success.

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Publisher
Must Read Summaries
Year
2016
ISBN
9782511020012
Topic
Business
Subtopic
Management

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