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I found this book to be easy to read, enjoyable and quite informative.
Starbucks was and is a great company and Howard Schultz does a great job of sharing his personal journey and sharing what it means to be an entrepreneur.
The book was too long and shared too much detail on every little aspect of the company's turnaround.
Sorry, but as soon as I learned Results Source Inc was involved in getting to #1 on the NYT list I put it down. Manipulating book sales and rankings is dishonest.Published 9 days ago by Amazon Customer
While providing some details of Starbucks early history and the development of today's company, it is far too replete with self-congratulatory passages about the author himself.Published 13 days ago by Janet S. Yoder
Diary of a top level retail C.E.O. That's what this book should have been titled as. Though unintended I'm sure, it was the one thing that impacted me most while reading it. Read morePublished 19 days ago by victor
Very interesting book to read. Written with passion, belief and love for the company. A great Starbucks fan is now an even greater one.Published 20 days ago by Amazon Customer
A great book for anyone looking for lessons in Customer Service or inspiration with concrete examples on the effect of actions on customers. Read morePublished 20 days ago by Jake McHugh
A book about the brains behind Starbucks. It was fascinating to learn the heart of the company. During their down time, it even read like a suspense novel as the company navigated... Read morePublished 22 days ago by Rob
Great for those interested in coffee, an insider's account of Starbucks, and/or general lessons in leadership.Published 1 month ago by Matthew Martorana