Exponential Organizations: Why New Organizations Are Ten Times Better, Faster, and Cheaper Than Your

Exponential Organizations: Why New Organizations Are Ten Times Better, Faster, and Cheaper Than Yours (and What to Do about It)

By Salim Ismail, Michael S Malone, and Yuri Van Geest

Exponential Organizations--already being hailed as the "must-read book of the year by tech industry insiders--delivers groundbreaking analysis and insight, as well as "how-to" advice for companies of any size. It is poised to become this year's Lean Startup, a big business book about innovation.


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Book Information

Publisher: Diversion Books
Publish Date: 10/14/2014
Pages: 328
ISBN-13: 9781626814233
ISBN-10: 1626814236
Language: English

Full Description

In business, performance is key. In performance, how you organize can be the key to growth.

In the past five years, the business world has seen the birth of a new breed of company-the Exponential Organization-that has revolutionized how a company can accelerate its growth by using technology. An ExO can eliminate the incremental, linear way traditional companies get bigger, leveraging assets like community, big data, algorithms, and new technology into achieving performance benchmarks ten times better than its peers.

Three luminaries of the business world-Salim Ismail, Yuri van Geest, and Mike Malone-have researched this phenomenon and documented ten characteristics of Exponential Organizations. Here, in EXPONENTIAL ORGANIZATIONS, they walk the reader through how any company, from a startup to a multi-national, can become an ExO, streamline its performance, and grow to the next level.

About the Author

Salim Ismail is the founding Executive Director at Singularity University, where he moderates most academic programs, and is its current Global Ambassador. Before that, as a vice president at Yahoo, he built and ran Brickhouse, Yahoo's internal incubator. His most recent company, Angstro, was sold to Google in August 2010.

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