It's not the BIG that eats the SMALL...
it's the FAST that eats the SLOW

Fast Company: How To Use Speed as a Competitive Tool in Business

Jason Jennings and Laurence Haughton




From Publishers Weekly

What do successful companies master that other ventures cannot?

They are ready to face the 21st-century economy with an ability to adjust to change and a constant concern with providing first-rate customer service. To find these companies, the authors traveled around the world to learn these secrets from such winning firms and innovative enterprises as H&M clothing stores, Charles Schwab, Hotmail and Telepizza.

Among the smart strategies are spotting trends, testing products and getting to market quickly.

The authors offer lots of tips, interspersed with anecdotes about both successful and failing companies.

The information is excellent and the presentation clear.

entrepreneurs and HEADS of GROWTH willing to put in the effort will get practical help from this book.

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"The tortoise and the hare -- not to mention a popular '60s-era adage -- warned us that Speed Kills. Not so fast, contend Jason Jennings and Laurence Haughton, international consultants. In It's Not the Big That Eat the Small... It's the Fast That Eat the Slow, the two argue that only the swiftest of corporations will thrive in the 21st century.


They then outline a program, based on best practices developed by contemporary speedsters like Charles Schwab and AOL that readers can work into their own businesses by similarly focusing on "commerce, resource deployment, and people."

Its four parts examine ways to create environments that anticipate the future, reassess operations and personnel and make appropriate adjustments whenever necessary, launch a "crusade" while "staying beneath the radar," and maintain velocity through institutionalization and close customer relationships.

"This book will show you how to think and move faster than your competition," they write, adding that "being faster doesn't mean being out of breath. It means being smarter.

Many of their suggestions will be familiar to those who follow the business of business improvement, but the singular (and quite convincing) context to which Jennings and Haughton now apply them help make this book unique." ~ Howard Rothman

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In today's rapidly changing world,
"it's not the BIG that eats the SMALL,

it's the FAST that eats the SLOW!"

That's why people and companies who mastered
light-speed subconscious thinking
win today!

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