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Procter & Gamble CEO says that great innovation comes from co- author with consultant Ram Charan of The Game-Changer: How. How you can increase and sustain organic revenue and profit growth whether you’re running an entire company or in your first management job. This book is both intriguing and highly useful. Procter & Gamble CEO A. G. Lafley and business author Ram Charan draw examples from several large.

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We live in strange times. Lafley has reenergized a venerable giant. In world-renowned innovation expert Clayton M. Lafley and Ram Charan Hardcover: It was a well written business book, but tough to translate to a real life business example if you are not leading a large organization or business changet.

In typical Ram Charan style, the author offers a variety of anecdotal stories to drive home the main thesis of the book, “The customer is our boss”.

Feb 14, Holly Green rated it lavley liked it. Jul 27, Aaron added it. Overview Praise Excerpt How you can increase and sustain organic revenue and profit growth.

Can innovation be more than a game of hit and miss? This is a game-changing book that helps you redefine your leadership and improve your management game.

These elements comprise the “game-changer,” the real source of competitive advantage. About The Game-Changer How you can increase and sustain organic revenue and profit growth.

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I liked the two moments of truth for product, once when the customer selects the product, and second when they go home and use the product – whether it lives up to its claims. I just don’t you need such a lengthy book to keep making the same points over and over again which in no way will keep a reader excited to read more I was going to rate this book one star but thought I’d leave it at 2 stars as I lost patience half way through at how boring and repetitive this book is See all books by A.

The Game-Changer – Ram Charan

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Their inspiring lessons can help you learn how to: I just don’t you need such a gamw book to keep making the same points over changrr over again which in no way will keep a reader excited to read more or by any chance remember many of them – let alone the already the average problems us readers have in the average information retention from reading a book But this was poor n could have been ‘ok’ maybe good if everything was just compressed to about least have the content if not less rather than boring us with the same point over n over Yaaawwwnn!

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The Game-Changer

A nice book to learn about PnG’s strategy for its various chanter at different points of time. Good book about game theory, although it was more about examples of game theory in real life than how to apply game theory to real life.

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Nov 21, Nick rated it liked it. Innovate to grow a mature business. Nov 05, Eric Morgan rated it liked it Shelves: Even patent filings, market dominance, and financial resources can’t shield them from copycats. Return to Book Page.

So what can we do – and, what can we learn from companies that have endured? Trivia About The Game-Changer. Harvard Business School professor Clayton Christensen has the answer.

I ended up never finishing the book, and while I still own it and could finish lxfley someday, I doubt I will.

Granted, we should all hope for such billion-dollar brands to be part our innovation portfolios. Looking for Changwr Great Reads? Innovation in this world is the best way to win—arguably the only way to really win. The quote was great, but I found the book not as engaging.