By the way, it's a very good book, but still, I feel cheated.
Geoffrey Moore's new book Escape Velocity presents models and advice for how established, successful companies can continue to grow and compete against start-ups.
I read it on an eReader, which is great, but now using it as a reference is not the same as a hard copy.
Somehow felt ill structured in bringing out the message. Didn't enjoy.Published 1 month ago by Janakiraman Srinivasan
There really aren't that many revolutionary ideas in this book. That isn't a bad thing. Geoffrey Moore has in one book brought together theoretical ideas from several resources and... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Devin B. Hedge
Love the book. This is a very practical approach to a business that is stuck.Published 4 months ago by Edward D Pierce
Fun reading for all involved in business even if you're not a manager.
Because the real life examples of companies we all know this book get you in to the topic and makes it... Read more
Reading this book was like being at the local barber shop listening to regulars talk and retell the same story they told you last time you were in, and the time before that, and... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Eskimo
This wraps up the series with excellent perspective and process on how to structure and plan your business development investments.Published 22 months ago by IT Setup Guy for Small Company
Very well articulated thought that all of us inherently seem to understand but struggle to understand with clarity and purpose. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Mahesh Rangarajan
Concept of creating value by creating a new catagory brings clarity to setting direction for your business. Read morePublished on January 10, 2013 by David Lehmann