How to Grow When Markets Don't by Adrian Slywotzky

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Though most companies claim to be growth oriented, surprisingly few actually achieve double-digit growth-and over the past 10 years, that percentage has steadily decreased.
 

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ADRIAN J. SLYWOTZKY - cited by Industry Week as promising "to be what Peter Drucker was to much of the 20th century, the management guru against whom all others are measured"-is a director of Oliver Wyman. He is the author of the bestselling The Profit Zone (selected by BusinessWeek as one of the ten best books of 1998), Value Migration, and How to Grow When Markets Don't. He has also been published in the Harvard Business Review and the Wall Street Journal and has been a featured speaker at the Davos World Economic Forum, the Microsoft CEO Summit, the Forbes CEO Forum, and the Fortune CEO Conference. KARL WEBER is a freelance writer and editor who has collaborated with Adrian Slywotzky on several books and worked with such authors as former president Jimmy Carter, Loews Hotels CEO Jonathan Tisch, UN ambassador Richard Butler, and representative Richard Gephardt. "From the Hardcover edition. Wise is Senior Lecturer of Media Arts at the University of Luton. KARL WEBER writes about business and current affairs.
 
Published April 1, 2003 by Business Plus. 352 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Professional & Technical. Non-fiction

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In this shrewdly titled volume for today's tough economy, global strategy consultants Slywotsky (The Art of Profitability) and Wise analyze companies in mature markets that have managed to achieve sig

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