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- Kurzbeschreibung<p><b>A <i>NEW YORK TIMES</i> BESTSELLER</b></p><p>In 1961, Charles Koch joined his father´s Wichita-based company, then valued at $21 million. Six years later, following his father´s death, he was named chairman of the board and CEO of Koch Industries, Inc. Today, Koch Industries´ estimated worth is $100 billion - making it one of the largest private companies in the world. Koch exceeds the S&P 500´s five-decade growth by 27-fold, and plans to double its value on average every six years. </p><p> What exactly does this company do and why is it so remarkably profitable? While you won´t find the Koch name on your stain-resistant carpet, stretch denim jeans, the connectors in your smartphone or your baby´s ultra-absorbent diapers, Charles Koch´s Market-Based Management® system, intended to generate <b><i>good </i>profit</b>, drove these innovations and many more. </p><p>Good profit results from products and services that customers vote for freely with their money; products that help improve people´s lives. It results from a culture where employees are empowered to act entrepreneurially to discover customer preferences and the best ways to satisfy them. Good profit is the earnings that follow when <i><b>long-term value is created for everyone - customers, employees, shareholders and society</b>.</i> Readers will learn to:</p><p>· Craft a <b>vision </b>for how a business can thrive in spite of disruption and ever-changing consumer values<br>· Find and retain a workforce possessing both <b>virtue and talent</b> (the first being the more important)<br>· Award employees with <b>ownership and decision rights</b> based on their comparative advantages and proven contributions, rather than job title<br>· Motivate all employees to maximise their contributions with <b>effectively structured incentives</b> so employees´ compensation is limited only by the value they create - not budgets or company-wide policy</p><p> A <b><i>must-read for any leader, entrepreneur or student</i></b>, as well as those who want a more civil, fair and prosperous society, GOOD PROFIT is destined to rank as one of the greatest management books of all time.</p>
- AutorCharles G. Koch
- VerlagLittle Brown & Co Inc
- Seiten288 Seiten
- Gewicht380 g
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