Entrepreneurship, Leadership Development

Good to Great by Jim Collins

Every week I choose a new Big Idea to feature on my YouTube channel. Sometimes I stumble over lesser-known ideas and feel excitement over helping the authors spread the word, and some weeks I simply go with the classics. These are the books that has endured the test of time and become ‘evergreens’! Books like Good to Great by Jim Collins which just so happens to be the Big Idea featured on the channel this week.

In the book, Collins reveals his important findings on why some companies reach staggering heights of success, whilst others in similar situations floundered or failed to make a lasting impression.

In this video, we will walk you through 5 Big Ideas from the book. They are as follows:

#1 Great Leadership is required

#2 Build the right team

#3 Confront reality head-on

#4 The hedgehog concept.

#5 Once you gain momentum – keep going!

In a nutshell, Good to Great underpins that a successful company is built by having Humble and dedicated leaders, the right people in the right positions, and by relentlessly pursuing success.

You can check out the video here: https://youtu.be/rcpvrcHdN1E

We hope you will enjoy it, that it will inspire you, help you Grow your Mind, and Motivate You to be The Best You!

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