I have lost count of how often I have to go back and read this again (usually when I don’t know the answer to a question):
I wrote this summary of Good To Great in 2012 I think. I look it up every now and then. I posted it here ages ago. Today I read it again. What a great book. Today I could replace the opening with something about how, I am on a train, thinking about work, I suppose.
“…I woke up at 0100 last night, thinking about work. This is rare. One of the more challenging aspects of my new role is establishing the facts about how it all works so we can confront and deal with them. “I need facts!”, I thought, as my mind raced and the LED clock seemingly stopped.
I remembered how important the confrontation of facts is in Good to Great by Jim Collins. I reckoned at 0100 that facts must be the most important bit, the idea that trumps all the others.
Then I remembered I’d clumsily…
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