Fail Fast. Succeed Faster.: Sunil Godse
Fail Fast, Fail Often:How Losing Can Help You Win TarcherPerigee Ryan Babineaux, John Krumboltz
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Summary: Fail Fast or Win Big:Review and Analysis of Schroeder´s Book BusinessNews Publishing
Fail Fast or Win Big:The Start-Up Plan for Starting Now Thomas Nelson. US open market-Ausgabe Bernhard Schroeder
Fail Faster, Succeed Sooner is a new way to embrace lessons from the journey of learning. Many believe that one hires someone for their expertise. This is not quite complete. One hires someone for their ability to have learned from their failure to ensure that when they come to fix your problem with their expertise, they fix your problem the right way, the first time. If one wants to succeed, one has to learn how to fail in order to succeed more quickly, faster. Learn these secrets to help shorten your learn curve along your journey to success! 1. Language: English. Narrator: Duane Stjernholm. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/047483/bk_acx0_047483_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Entrepreneurs have long been taught that to be successful, they need to spend months perfecting a business plan and finding investors before they can finally launch their business. But with the marketplace changing at lightning speed, this notion is not only outdated - it´s costly. There´s no point to building a business in a bubble. Today’s entrepreneurs must embrace the idea of ´´failing fast.´´ They need to connect with real customers and determine quickly whether their idea is worth pursuing, needs new direction, or should be abandoned altogether. Fail Fast or Win Big shows entrepreneurs how to: Create a rapid prototype of their product or service Develop a business model instead of a business plan Test it repeatedly with customers so they can spot failure early Continue to refine the model based on customer interactions Leverage their network and resources in order to run lean The longer it takes to launch a company, the more changes there will have been in the market place. Featuring real-life examples of entrepreneurs who set out to fail fast and ended up winning big, this ground breaking guide reveals how the right kind of risk can really pay off. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Steven Menasche. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/gdan/001524/bk_gdan_001524_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
The best-selling novel featuring the ´´wonderfully epic hero´´ (People) who inspired the hit film Jack Reacher. Skilled, stealthy, and anonymous, Jack Reacher is the perfect man for the job: to assassinate the vice president of the United States. Theoretically. The head of a high-level Secret Service security detail wants Reacher to find the holes in her system - and fast. A group of desperate men already has the vice president in its sights. And it will stop at nothing to realize its objective. The assassins have planned well. But they never planned on Jack Reacher. See Jack Reacher now in his first major motion picture! 1. Language: English. Narrator: Dick Hill. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/rand/004374/bk_rand_004374_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Named a best book of 2018 by the Financial Times.A groundbreaking take on how complexity causes failure in all kinds of modern systems - from social media to air travel - this practical and entertaining book reveals how we can prevent meltdowns in business and life.´´Endlessly fascinating, brimming with insight, and more fun than a book about failure has any right to be, Meltdown will transform how you think about the systems that govern our lives. This is a wonderful book.´´ (Charles Duhigg, author of The Power of Habit and Smarter Faster Better)A crash on the Washington, DC, metro system. An accidental overdose in a state-of-the-art hospital. An overcooked holiday meal. At first glance, these disasters seem to have little in common. But surprising new research shows that all these events - and the myriad failures that dominate headlines every day - share similar causes. By understanding what lies behind these failures, we can design better systems, make our teams more productive, and transform how we make decisions at work and at home.Weaving together cutting-edge social science with riveting stories that take us from the front lines of the Volkswagen scandal to backstage at the Oscars, and from deep beneath the Gulf of Mexico to the top of Mount Everest, Chris Clearfield and András Tilcsik explain how the increasing complexity of our systems creates conditions ripe for failure and why our brains and teams can´t keep up. They highlight the paradox of progress: Though modern systems have given us new capabilities, they´ve become vulnerable to surprising meltdowns - and even to corruption and misconduct.But Meltdown isn´t just about failure; it´s about solutions - whether you´re managing a team or the chaos of your family´s morning routine. It reveals why ugly designs make us safer, how a five-minute exercise can pre 1. Language: English. Narrator: Jonathan Todd Ross. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/peng/003934/bk_peng_003934_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.