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Companies and the leaders within them struggle to achieve results. With the advances in technology companies are either running successfully into this new world, or failing to keep up. Is your company beached? Stranded on the sands of past success? Slow and steady no longer wins the race. Beached Whale will equip you to evaluate if your company has become beached. Do you Companies and the leaders within them struggle to achieve results. With the advances in technology companies are either running successfully into this new world, or failing to keep up. Is your company beached? Stranded on the sands of past success? Slow and steady no longer wins the race. Beached Whale will equip you to evaluate if your company has become beached. Do you have a coordinated enterprise company, or do you have a company mired down in bureaucracy? You could be a Beached Whale company. There is only one way to find out.


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Companies and the leaders within them struggle to achieve results. With the advances in technology companies are either running successfully into this new world, or failing to keep up. Is your company beached? Stranded on the sands of past success? Slow and steady no longer wins the race. Beached Whale will equip you to evaluate if your company has become beached. Do you Companies and the leaders within them struggle to achieve results. With the advances in technology companies are either running successfully into this new world, or failing to keep up. Is your company beached? Stranded on the sands of past success? Slow and steady no longer wins the race. Beached Whale will equip you to evaluate if your company has become beached. Do you have a coordinated enterprise company, or do you have a company mired down in bureaucracy? You could be a Beached Whale company. There is only one way to find out.

21 review for Beached Whale: Learning to Swim in the New Ocean

  1. 5 out of 5

    Vishnu Chevli

    Here, the author quoted an example of a whale stuck on the beach. It is so gigantic in size nothing can be done. Slowly, it will die. Same way the author has talked about corporate giants like blue whales who don't understand that they are beached and they would end up dying slowly. The author has shows ways to identify a beached company and how to unbeach them. I got "Beached Whale" and "The Sink" in one mail from the author - Daren Martin in the exchange of the honest review. I accepted both bo Here, the author quoted an example of a whale stuck on the beach. It is so gigantic in size nothing can be done. Slowly, it will die. Same way the author has talked about corporate giants like blue whales who don't understand that they are beached and they would end up dying slowly. The author has shows ways to identify a beached company and how to unbeach them. I got "Beached Whale" and "The Sink" in one mail from the author - Daren Martin in the exchange of the honest review. I accepted both books but didn't download that time. I completely forgot about books after that. Last week, while checking emails I found the mail and instantly downloaded book to Kindle app. I finished both books within an hour. Yes, both books in an hour because both are just hardly 20-30 pages long. The author knew how to make self-help books interesting. He kept interest intact until last paragraph. Detailed Review Link - http://chevusread.blogspot.in/2017/11...

  2. 4 out of 5

    Charles Franklin

    This was a very interesting little book with a big powerful message! It addresses the tendency of successful businesses resting on their own laurels once they achieve success. While there are many books that discuss this issue (one that easily comes to mind is Why Are There Snowblowers in Miami?: Transform Your Business Using the Five Principles of Engagement). This book does in a very concise way like James Fried and David Hansson did in the book Rework This was a very interesting little book with a big powerful message! It addresses the tendency of successful businesses resting on their own laurels once they achieve success. While there are many books that discuss this issue (one that easily comes to mind is Why Are There Snowblowers in Miami?: Transform Your Business Using the Five Principles of Engagement). This book does in a very concise way like James Fried and David Hansson did in the book Rework

  3. 5 out of 5

    Nancy Richner

    Extended PowerPoint style, fast read The theory of beached whales mets Dilbert in a fast paced dissertation of an expert consultant fishing for his next client.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Helena

    In this book, the author shows us the way that companies should function. He advises that everyone, every employ are a part of something, we have to see them as a group, not as individuals. It was very interesting to read that the companies should function differently in today’s world. They have to incorporate a bunch of new concepts like social media. In this way, facebook and youtube, for example, are tools for work. Full review: http://semtudo.pt/2017/05/11/beachedw... In this book, the author shows us the way that companies should function. He advises that everyone, every employ are a part of something, we have to see them as a group, not as individuals. It was very interesting to read that the companies should function differently in today’s world. They have to incorporate a bunch of new concepts like social media. In this way, facebook and youtube, for example, are tools for work. Full review: http://semtudo.pt/2017/05/11/beachedw...

  5. 5 out of 5

    Spencer (Sphynx Reads)

    A short visual, business book. Insightful.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Abigail

  7. 5 out of 5

    Mike Davis

  8. 5 out of 5

    Kevin Lanners

  9. 5 out of 5

    Thourya

    I just finished reading this book, but I'm not really happy after reading it. I liked the book cover and the description. I thought I was going to learn what makes big companies fail and how to survive failure and it should have done that!! I also know that the writer has a great knowledge and experience but I didn't learn anything from this book. I read 192 pages that were too long to read and too short to learn anything, And it was full of illustrations. Illustrations were cute and funny but I I just finished reading this book, but I'm not really happy after reading it. I liked the book cover and the description. I thought I was going to learn what makes big companies fail and how to survive failure and it should have done that!! I also know that the writer has a great knowledge and experience but I didn't learn anything from this book. I read 192 pages that were too long to read and too short to learn anything, And it was full of illustrations. Illustrations were cute and funny but I felt I was reading a book for children not a book for students or people who want to be leaders. If you are one of the people who enjoy reading small books that contain small pieces of advice and quotes you will enjoy this book. If you're like me who loves to go deep in every situation and every piece of advice you're going to feel that you're wasting your time.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Jocelyn Mit

  11. 5 out of 5

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  12. 4 out of 5

    Shiloh Glaze

  13. 5 out of 5

    Mike

  14. 4 out of 5

    Alexander L

  15. 5 out of 5

    Emi Garcia

  16. 4 out of 5

    Stacy

  17. 5 out of 5

    Ben

  18. 5 out of 5

    Calvinia Fields

  19. 4 out of 5

    Valar Dohaeris

  20. 5 out of 5

    Janet

  21. 5 out of 5

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