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Publisher Description

Three top Wall Street analysts reveal enduring lessons in sustainable success from the great industrial titans—the high-tech companies of their day—to the disruptors that now dominate the economy.

Before Silicon Valley disrupted the world with new technologies and business models, America’s industrial giants paved the way. Companies like General Electric, United Technologies, and Caterpillar were the Google and Amazon of their day, setting gold standards in innovation, growth, and profitability. Today’s leaders can learn a great deal from their successes, as well as their missteps. In this essential guide, three veteran Wall Street analysts reveal timeless lessons from the titans of industry—and offer battle-tested survival tactics for an ever-changing world. You’ll learn:

how GE became the largest company on earth—only for a culture of arrogance to set in motion the largest collapse in history

how Boeing reassessed risks, raised profits—and tragically lost its balance

how Danaher avoided the pitfalls of tremendous success—by continually reinventing itself

how Honeywell experienced a near-fatal cultural breakdown—and executed a flawless turnaround

how Caterpillar relied too much on forecasting, lost billions—and rallied by recommitting to the basics






Filled with illuminating case studies and brilliant in-depth analysis, this invaluable book provides a multitude of insights that will help you weather market upheavals, adapt to disruptions, and optimize your resources to your best advantage. You’ll learn hard-won lessons in innovation, growth, resilience, and operational excellence, as well as the time-proven fundamentals of continuous improvement for lasting success. In the end, you’ll have your own personal toolbox of useful takeaways from more than a century’s worth of data, experience, wisdom, and can-do spirit, courtesy of some of the greatest business enterprises of all time. This is how manufacturers survived the first disruptors of technology—and how today’s giants can survive and thrive during continuous cycles of disruption.

GENRE
Business & Personal Finance
RELEASED
2020
July 14
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
288
Pages
PUBLISHER
McGraw-Hill Education
SELLER
The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
SIZE
5.9
MB

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