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How to increase your company’s chances of success in the future

â—Ź A highly original and significant perspective on why some companies are more successful than most

● The approach is based on the authors’deep work with some of the world’s leading companies

● A contrarian approach that goes against the grain of much of today’s current management thinking

● An important management book for all business executives, especially in today’s intensely competitive and changing business environment


AUTHORS

Guy is the published author of Great or Poor, and Sales through Service. He works with Business Advice Organisations, offering simple and hugely powerful guidance as well as referrals and reputation sales.

Russell is a professional trainer and business advisor for SME, national, FTSE 100 and private companies working in B2C and B2B environments.

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