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  1. Chapter Summary. A level 5 leader is a key component of what it takes to make a company change from good to great. This chapter was about what level 5’s are and the rest of the book describes what they do. We should look at the model level 5’s and aspire to be like them. Whether or not we make it to level 5, it will always be worth the effort.
  2. Jim Collins, the author of Good to Great, is a student and teacher of enduring great companies. In order to make this book, Mr. Collins started his research with 1, good companies. Then, he examined their performance over 40 years, to later on, find the 11 companies that became great.
  3. The Stockdale Paradox is one of the book’s most explicit discussions of good-to-great companies’ duality. The example of Stockdale’s own life is a particularly dramatic one, but its extremity makes it an especially good illustration of Collins’s point: anyone, in any situation, can strive to preserve hope and realism simultaneously.
  4. Discuss and determine where you are on your journey from good to great. READ: Discussion Guide. Gain a deeper understanding of the ideas presented in the books Built to Last and Good to Great by using these questions A list of Jim Collins's core concepts that you can find throughout his books. BOOKS. Turning the Flywheel Good to Great Built.
  5. Author Jim Collins begins by stating that good is the enemy of great. His previous book, Built to Last, highlighted how great companies stay great over time, but colleagues pointed out to him that most great companies had always been that way. With this new book, Collins decided to explore how companies that are merely good can become ones that.
  6. GOOD TO GREAT This book addresses a single question: can a good company become a great company, and if so, how? Based on a five-year research project comparing companies that made the leap to those that did not, Good to Great shows that greatness is not primarily a function of circumstance but largely a matter of conscious choice, and discipline.. This book discusses concepts like Level 5.
  7. Good to Great by Jim Collins Cliff Notes Max Hodgen Chapter 1 ‐ Good is the Enemy of Great Theme of the book – Discovering what made good companies great. *Phase 1: The Search A six month long financial analysis looking for companies that showed the following basic pattern:
  8. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Book CD release of Good To Great on Discogs. Label: HarperCollins Publishers - CD (5) • Format: 5x, CD Album Book • Country: US • Genre: Non-Music • Style: Spoken Word.

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