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Now in 1998, Richard Koch takes a fresh look at the 80/20 principle and finds that the basic imbalance observed by Pareto 100 years ago can be found in almost every aspect of modern life. Whether you're investing in stocks, analyzing company sales, or looking at the performance of a Web site, you'll find that it's usually 20 percent that produces 80 percent of the total result. This means 80 percent of what you do may not count for much. Koch helps you to identify that 20 percent and shows you how you can get more out of your business, and life, for less. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
I love the 80-20 heuristic so much that I would advice against buying this book. Just do some browsing on the web instead and you will get 80% of the benefit with very little... Read morePublished 8 days ago by Jackal
The biggest epiphany I got from this book was that it doesn’t require extraordinary effort to achieve extraordinary results. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Gabriel Bradly
So thought provoking, and plenty to provoke a good debate among friends. Part one - the business environment is practical an logical, and easy to take on board, part two rather... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Richard Umbers
Outstanding read. A must for 1. Every Business Owner, and 2. Anyone wanting to improve their happiness and/or productivity. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Greg
Very educational and informative book, used it for my e-MBA classes, has plenty great information, was able to get some new ideas and tips for management classes and was able to... Read morePublished 5 months ago by AndreyA
For anyone who is trying to find out how to have more time
in their lives....and live effectively...
great principles... and teaching methods.. Read more
Bravo!! Why I haven't read it before? Schools & colleges should prescribe text book based? To make it work in your subconscious mind one must read it over & over and see the magic... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Saurabh Agarwal