Kiss Theory Good Bye: Five Proven Ways to Get Extraordinary Results in Any Company By Bob Prosen

Kiss Theory Good Bye: Five Proven Ways to Get Extraordinary Results in Any Company
By Bob Prosen

Kiss Theory Good Bye: Five Proven Ways to Get Extraordinary Results in Any Company By Bob ProsenSummary

Other business books tell you how to run your business better, faster, and for greater profit. Kiss Theory Good Bye, winner of the Best Books 2006 award for Business Management by USA Book News and the #1 bestselling book in the management category on Amazon in November 2006, cuts through the fog of political correctness and business-as-usual and gives you step-by-step directions to make it happen.

Take a peek under the cover and review the Table of Contents below.

  • Chapter 1. Stuck in Status Quo: Five Crippling Habits That Attack from Within
  • Chapter 2. Superior Leadership: The Relentless Pursuit of Vision and Results
  • Chapter 3. Sales Effectiveness: Your Company’s Lifeline
  • Chapter 4. Operational Excellence: The Secret Formula to Extraordinary Results
  • Chapter 5. Financial Management: Where Information Is Power
  • Chapter 6. Customer Loyalty: The Win that Keeps On Giving
  • Chapter 7. Bridging the Gap
  • Chapter 8. Be Your Competitor’s Worst Fear
  • Chapter 9. The Critical Path to Getting Things Done
  • Chapter 10. Measure What Matters Most
  • Chapter 11. Maintain the Gain

“Bob’s book is a complete road map that shows the reader how to build and run a company in order to get extraordinary results. If the CEO of a company becomes very proficient at establishing and executing all of the concepts Bob talks about in his book, there is no doubt that the company will become a very profitable leader in its field, generate excellent profits, and be very sellable for the maximum amount when the time comes. I highly recommend it and am already talking it up to my members.” –Bob Carrothers

“What would your life be like if your company continually met or exceeded your expectations? Bob Prosen shares the ‘how to’ techniques to avoid excuses for bad performance. He sites five crippling habits that attack from within:

  1. absence of clear directives
  2. lack of accountability
  3. rationalizing inferior performance
  4. planning in lieu of action
  5. aversion to risk and change

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