I recently completed The Goal: A Process of Ongoing Improvement and found it quite fascinating. It was an easy read that was written in a narrative of a fictitious manufacturing company. The primary take away is an introduction to the Theory of Constraints. Organization leaders constantly ...

28.06.18 02:17 PM - Comment(s)

After completing E-Myth, I was hungry for more. Traction is currently the second most influential book in my library (after The Requisite Organization).  It showed me there is a simple but comprehensive organizational blueprint for those of us that didn’t have a formal education in business man...

28.06.18 02:13 PM - Comment(s)

E-Myth was my introduction to a “method to the madness” in business. I often recommend this book as a first read to aspiring business owners. As a person who loves process and order, I took to the “franchise model” concepts immediately. It’s an easy read with the concepts set within a narrative fict...

28.06.18 02:09 PM - Comment(s)

Every successful leader has their top five list of books that have influenced their philosophy and approach to organizational success. At the top of my list is Elliot Jaques’ Requisite Organization. He answers the question of “why does the CEO earn a higher wage than the front-line employees?” The a...

28.06.18 02:06 PM - Comment(s)
Why is an aligned management team important?
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