Compass Book Review: Good to Great

Compass Book Review: Good to Great

Garry's Must-Read Books For All Business Owners

Good to Great by Jim Collins 

Good to Great by Jim Collins is a must-read business classic. Jim Collins analyzes the different types of leadership in business. He uses real examples of how to build a culture that lasts verses the cult like culture many business leaders try to develop. This classic was written almost 20 years ago and is still accurate today. Business leaders committed to real business growth will benefit from the compelling information shared in this book.  




Garry Kishbaugh, Managing Director of Compass Business Coaching, and been helping business owners make a powerful impact in their organizations through his effective and unparalleled business strategies. His experience and extensive business knowledge has earned him the recognition of one of Cleveland’s leading entrepreneurial and business coaches, creating measurable results for his clients.

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