Playing to Win: How Strategy Really Works
|Publisher:||Harvard Business School Press|
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Over the course of this week, we will be posting the shortlist selections for our 8 business book categories: General Business, Leadership, Management, Innovation/Creativity, Small Business/Entrepreneurship, Marketing/Sales, Personal Development, Finance. Then on Monday, December 16th, we'll announce the 8 category winners! In early January, the overall winner of the 2013 800-CEO-READ Business Book Awards will be awarded, so stay tuned to The Daily Blog for all the good news. READ FULL DESCRIPTION
Roger L. Martin & Sally R. Osberg define and document the growing field of social entrepreneurship. READ FULL DESCRIPTION
Click on the links below to read more about our choices for the top books of 2013, as well as the books that made our category shortlists. We will be announcing the Best Business Book of 2013 at our (mostly) annual We Believe in Books party in NYC the second week of January. Stay tuned! READ FULL DESCRIPTION
The entries were submitted, the books were read, the shortlists determined, and we are now ready to announce the category winners of the 2013 800-CEO-READ Business Book Awards! In the Leadership category. . READ FULL DESCRIPTION
Playing to Win: How Strategy Really Works by A. G. Lafley & Roger L. READ FULL DESCRIPTION
There’s a difference between designing products with your customer in mind and designing products born from thoughtfully developed empathy with your customer. READ FULL DESCRIPTION
- Where will we play?
- How will we win?
- What capabilities must we have in place to win?
- What management systems are required to support our choices? The stories of how P&G repeatedly won by applying this method to iconic brands such as Olay, Bounty, Gillette, Swiffer, and Febreze clearly illustrate how deciding on a strategic approach--and then making the right choices to support it--makes the difference between just playing the game and actually winning.