“By combining a scientist's rigor with a storyteller's gifts, Jim Stengel has produced a brilliant, must-read book supremely suited to our times.” —Arianna Huffington
“When you start reading Grow
, you may well feel a little skeptical about the ideal and its bottom-line value. But you’ll soon become intrigued – and then utterly convinced. Jim Stengel shares his beliefs and his experience with a generosity bordering on the reckless; and has the hard, clean numbers to bear his teachings out.” —Sir Martin Sorrell, CEO, WPP
is a tool kit for turning the power of ideals…into competitive advantage and sustainable growth.” —Robert A. McDonald, chairman, president, and CEO, Procter & Gamble
“A landmark book tailor-made for the times!” —Tom Peters, coauthor of In Search of Excellence
“ ... A new, powerful model for business. ... A must-read ... for all business leaders.” —Sheryl Sandberg, COO, Facebook
“This breakthrough book, filled with original ideas and engaging stories, will inspire you to rethink what truly matters to your company and career. " —William C. Taylor, founding editor, Fast Company, bestselling author of Practically Radical
“Jim Stengel shows quite conclusively the power of galvanizing your company around a noble cause. It’s a great way to think about your business!” —David C. Novak, Chairman and CEO, Yum! Brands, Inc.
“In this fascinating book…I personally discovered ideas that are exactly what we need in today’s business environment.” —Maurice Lévy, chairman and CEO, Publicis Group
“Jim Stengel is a pioneer. Not only has he cracked the code on growth, unlocking the mysteries of what drives supercharged performance, he gives us something more profound. When you truly and measurably improve other people’s lives, your life and the life of your business and brand improves exponentially. Mystery solved. Truth unleashed.” —Roy Spence, chairman and cofounder, GSD&M; CEO and cofounder, The Purpose Institute; and author of It’s Not What You Sell, It’s What You Stand For
About the Author
As Global Marketing Officer from 2001 to 2008, Jim Stengel
led the effort to leverage higher ideals in brands throughout Procter & Gamble. Since 2008 he has been CEO of The Jim Stengel Company, a think tank and consultancy conducting proprietary research, generating thought leadership and applying his ideals-driven framework to drive business growth. He is also an adjunct professor at the UCLA Anderson School of Management, and serves on the boards of directors of Motorola Mobility and AOL Jim has published in Harvard Business Review and was recently named to Fortune magazine’s First Executive Dream Team. Jim and his wife Kathleen live in Cincinnati, Ohio and Coronado, California.