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1: Start Small, Think Big: Starting and Growing the Business.
2: If You can Dream it, You can do it Beating the Odds at Start-Up.
3: There's a Gap in the Market, but is There a Market in the Gap?: Finding a Profitable Niche.
4: You can Learn all You Need to Know about the Competition's Operation by Looking in his Garbage Cans: Study the Competition.
5: The Secret of Business is to Know Something that Nobody Else Knows: Stand Out in the Market.
6: Be First or be Better: Gaining an Edge.
7: Put All Your Eggs in one Basket, and Then Watch That Basket: Managing Risk.
8: Luck is a Dividend of Sweat. The More You Sweat, The Luckier You Get: Luck (And How to Get Lucky).
9: Broaden Your Vision, And Maintain Stability while Advancing Forward: Take the Second Step.
10: Nothing Great is Created Suddenly: How Fast to Grow.
11: The Role of the CEO is to Enable People to Excel: From Entrepreneur to Leader.
12: Chains of Habit are too Light to be Felt Until They are too Heavy to be Broken, Keep Evolving Business Practice.
13: A Corporation is a Living Organism It has to Continue to Shed Its Skin Reinventing and Adapting.
14: Without Continual Growth and Progress, Success has no Meaning: The Greiner Curve.
15: If You Believe in Something, Work Nights and Weekends—It won't Feel Like Work: The Weightless Start-Up.
16: Lighting the Fire: Leadership and Human Resources.
17: Managers do Things Right, Leaders do the Right Things: Leading Well.
18: None of Us is As Smart As All of Us: The Value of Teams.
19: Innoyation Must be Inyasiye and Perpetual: Everyone, Everywhere, All of the Time: Creativity and Invention.
20: Dissent Adds Spice, Spirit, And an Invigorating Quality: Beware the Yes-Men.
21: No Great Manager or Leader Ever Fell from Heaven: Gods of Management.
22: A Leader is One Who Knows The Way, Goes The Way, And Shows The Way: Effective Leadership.
23: Teamwork is The Fuel That Allows Common People to Attain Uncommon Results: Organizing Teams and Talent.
24: Leaders Allow Great People to do the Work They were Born to do: Make The Most of Your Talent.
25: The Way Forward May not be to Go Forward: Thinking Outside the Box.
26: The More a Person can Do, The More You can Motivate Them: Is Money the Motivator?.
27: Be an Enzyme—a Catalyst for Change: Changing the Game.
28: The Worst Disease that Afflicts Executives is Egotism: Hubris and Nemesis.
29: Culture is the Way in Which a Group of People Solves Problems: Organizational Culture.
30: Emotional Intelligence: Develop Emotional Intelligence.
31: Management is a Practice Where Art, Science, And Craft Meet: Mintzberg's Management Roles.
32: A Camel is Ahorse Designed by Committee: Avoid Groupthink.
33: The Art of Thinking Independently, Together: The Value of Diversity.
34: Making Money Work: Managing Finances.
35: Do not Let Yourself be Involved in a Fraudulent Business Play by the Rules.
36: Executive Officers Must be Free from Avarice: Profit Before Perks.
37: If Wealth is Placed Where it Bears Interest, It Comes Back to You Redoubled: Investment and Dividends.
38: Borrow Short, Lend Long: Making Money from Work.
39: The Interests of the Shareholders are Our Own: Accountability and Governance.
40: Make The Best Quality of Goods at the Lowest Cost Paying the Highest Wages Possible: Your Workers are Your Customers.
41: Utilize OPM Other People's Money Who Bears the Risk?.
42: Swim Upstream. Go the Other Way. Ignore the Conventional Wisdom Ignoring the Herd.
43: Debt is the Worst Poverty: Leverage and Excess Risk.
44: Cash is King: Profit Versus Cash Flow.
45: Only When the Tide Goes Out Do You Discover Who's been Swimming Naked: Off-Balance-Sheet Risk.
46: Return on Equity is a Financial Goal That can Become an Own Goal: Maximize Return on Equity.
47: As the Role of Private Equity has Grown, So have the Risks It Poses: The Private Equity Model.
48: Assign Costs According to the Resources Consumed: Activity-Based Costing.
49: Working with a Vision: Strategy and Operations.
50: Turn Every Disaster into an Opportunity Learning from Failure.
51: If I had Asked People What They Wanted, They would have Said Faster Horses Leading the Market.
52: The Main Thing to Remember Is, The Main Thing is the Main Thing: Protect the Core Business.
53: You don't Need a Huge Company Just a Computer Person and a Part-Time Person: Small is Beautiful.
54: Don't Get Caught in the Middle: Porter's Generic Strategies.
55: The Essence of Strategy is Choosing What Not to Do: Good and Bad Strategy.
56: Synergy and Other Lies: Why Takeovers Disappoint.
57: The Chinese Word “Crisis” is Composed of Two Characters: “Danger” and “Opportunity”: Crisis Management.
58: You cant Grow Long-Term If You Cant Eat Short-Term: Balancing Long-Versus Short-Termism.
59: Market Attractiveness, Business Attractiveness: The MABA Matrix.
60: Only the Paranoid Survive: Avoiding Complacency.
61: To Excel Tap into People's Capacity to Learn: The Learning Organisation.
62: The Future of Business is Selling Less of More the Long Tail.
63: To be an Optimist… Have a Contingency Plan for When All Hell Breaks Loose Contingency Planning.
64: Plans are Useless, But Planning is Indispensable Scenario Planning.
65: The Strongest Competitive Forces Determine the Profitability of an Industry Porter's Five Forces.
66: If You don't Have a Competitive Advantage, Don't Compete.
67: If You don't Know Where You are, A Map Won't Help The Capability Maturity Model.
68: Chaos Brings Uneasiness, But It also Allows for Creativity and Growth: Coping with Chaos.
69: Always Do What is Right. It will Gratify Half of Mankind and Astonish The Other: Morality in Business.
70: There is No Such Thing as a Minor Lapse in Integrity: Collusion.
71: Make It Easier to do the Right Thing and Much Harder to do the Wrong Thing: Creating an Ethical Culture.
72: Successful Selling: Marketing Management.
73: Marketing is Far Too Important to Leave to the Marketing Department: The Marketing Model.
74: Know the Customer so Well That the Product Fits Them and Sells Itself Understanding the Market.
75: Attention, Interest, Desire, Action: The AIDA Model.
76: Marketing Myopia: Focus on the Future Market.
77: The Cash Cow is the Beating Heart of the Organization: Product Portfolio.
78: Expanding Away from Your Core has Risks; Diversification Doubles Them: Ansoff's Matrix.
79: If You're Different You will Stand Out Creating a Brand.
80: There is Only One Boss: The Customer Make Your Customers Love You.
81: Whitewashing, But with a Green Brush: Greenwash.
82: People Want Companies to Believe in Something Beyond Maximizing Profits: The Appeal of Ethics.
83: Everybody Likes Something Extra for Nothing: Promotions and Incentives.
84: In Good Times People Want to Advertise; In Bad Times They Have to: Why Advertise?.
85: Make Your Thinking as Funny as Possible: Generating Buzz.
86: E-Commerce is Becoming Mobile Commerce: M-Commerce.
87: Trying to Predict the Future is Like Driving with No Lights Looking Out of the Back Window: Forecasting.
88: Product Place Price Promotion: Marketing Mix.
89: Delivering the Goods: Production and Postproduction.
90: See How Much, Not How Little, You can Give for a Dollar: Maximize Customer Benefits.
91: Costs do Not Exist to be Calculated. Costs Exist to be Reduced: Lean Production.
92: If the Pie's Not Big Enough, Make a Bigger Pie: Fulfilling Demand.
93: Eliminate Unnecessary Steps: Simplify Processes.
94: Every Gain Through the Elimination of Waste is Gold in the Mine: Juran's Production Ideal.
95: Machines, Facilities, And People Should Work Together to Add Value Kaizen.
96: Learning and Innovation Go Hand in Hand Applying and Testing Ideas.
97: Your Most Unhappy Customers are Your Greatest Source of Learning: Feedback and Innovation.
98: Technology is the Great Growling Engine of Change: The Right Technology.
99: Without “Big Data,” You are Blind and Deaf and in the Middle of a Highway: Benefitting from “Big Data”.
100: Put the Product into the Customer's Hands It will Speak for Itself: Quality Sells.
101: The Desire to Own Something a Little Better, A Little Sooner than Necessary: Planned Obsolescence.
102: Time is Money: Time-Based Management.
103: A Project Without a Critical Path is Like a Ship Without a Rudder: Critical Path Analysis.
104: Taking the Best from the Best: Benchmarking.