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Repetition makes this a short book,
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Rezension bezieht sich auf: Built to Last: Successful Habits of Visionary Companies (Taschenbuch)
This book states a premise at the beginning of each chapter and then overdoses the reader with multitudes of examples. These get too be quite long and are very selective in how they praise companies. The authors don't take any position on the morality of how companies got into their group. For example, Phillip Morris makes their list as a great visionary company. If this is the case, the Columbian drug dealers should have made the list as well. Also, Wal-Mart makes the list. How they treat their suppliers is absolutely deplorable and their effect on the communities they put their stores in is catastrophic. Nice club to belong to. Overall the book is sort of disjointed and too long. Does have some good points, however and should be skimmed (skipping the plethora of examples) and some of its core ideas should be used in running companies.