Big Vision, Small Business: 4 Keys to Success Without Growing Big
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BeschreibungAs one of the chapters is titled, "There's More Than One Way to Define Growth." The book advocates having a "Big Vision" instead of growing in size, and it gives lots of examples of small businesses that do this.
PortraitJamie Walters and her firm, Ivy Sea, have provided counsel to a wide variety of organizations, large and small, well-known and unknown. The firm's award-winning public-service web site (www.ivysea.com) was chosen as a content partner for Inc.com; and has been recognized by About.com, Entrepreneur's Edge, The CEO Refresher, and other business and leadership website portals as one of the best sites for small-enterprise owners and entrepreneurs on the Internet.
Pressestimmen"Walters is a prophet of an emerging new economy of intelligent, caring, cutting edge entrepreneurs who seek to make a living - not a killing. Big Vision, Small Business is a mustread for all who believe that business can and should be fun, life serving, and human-scale." - David C. Korten, author of When Corporations Rule the World and Board Chair, Positive Futures Network; "If you're a small business owner - or even just thinking about being one - let Jamie Walters be your guide to finding both money and meaning in your business. Big Vision, Small Business offers practical insights and thoughtful observations on how to craft a company that reflects your entrepreneurial vision. I found it to be one of the most thoughtful and enjoyable books I've read in a long time." - Terri Lonier, author of Working Solo and founder, Working Solo, Inc. and SOHO Summit
Untertitel: Revised. Sprache: Englisch.
Erscheinungsdatum: Oktober 2002
Seitenanzahl: 200 Seiten