Less Is More by Jason Jennings
How Great Companies Use Productivity

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In an age when every business needs to achieve more with fewer resources, Jason Jennings offers the key to ramping up productivity. In this BusinessWeek bestseller, he identifies the world’s most productive companies and reveals their secrets—none of which, surprisingly, include layoffs. The companies he features are truly astonishing, from Ryanair, which generates three times more profit per employee than the legendary Southwest Airlines, to Nucor, a steel firm with annual growth of seventeen percent for the past thirty-one years and the highest paid workers in the industry.

Drawing on these and other amazing companies, Jennings presents his readers with solid advice on how to streamline businesses, eliminate waste, and inspire greatness within a workforce.


About Jason Jennings

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JASON JENNINGS is the bestselling author of four highly acclaimed leadership and management books— Hit the Ground Running; Think Big, Act Small; Less Is More; and It's Not the Big That Eat the Small . . . It's the Fast That Eat the Slow. USA Today called him one of the three most in-demand business speakers in the world. Visit jennings-solutions.com.
Published November 11, 2002 by Portfolio. 284 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Professional & Technical. Non-fiction

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One might imagine that with this title, Jennings (It's Not the Big That Eat the Small, It's the Fast That Eat the Slow) is setting out to proclaim the joys of downsizing and outsourcing.

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The culmination of the research was the publishing of his book describing a mix of companies such as a European airline, a chain of New Zealand and Australian discount stores, a steel maker, a Swedish and Danish furniture retailer, a financial institution, a manufacturing company and a ...

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