I read theis book when I was starting my business.
Most importantly, Treacy and Wiersema make the case that companies must fully commit to one of the three disciplines in order to build and sustain market leadership.
The book reemphasizes the importance of product or service leadership, customer intimacy, and operational excellence.
Great Book. It's very important to reach the focus to attack the market.Published 1 day ago by Carlos H. C. Correa
Outdated, seems very boxed into one business paradigm (WalMart style). Was used to help provide some focus in a seminar at work, and failed miserably. Read morePublished 27 days ago by W. E. Beck
The thesis is terrific, and the supporting material is still somewhat relevant.Published 2 months ago by J. Ferron
This is an easy read - which gets you thinking about how to focus your organization and culture on a value
Operational excellence... Read more
Our business world is full of stories of corporations and their executives who, once reaching the top, failed to maintain a competitive advantage. Read morePublished 3 months ago by M. Bell
I read this book as part of my HR Business Strategy graduate course. Interesting, easy read.... A little outdated with its references and examples.Published 6 months ago by Karron Pitcock
Doesn t matter it is from the last century this book can be very usefull now a days. I think it is great.Published 7 months ago by Svetozar
Back in 1994, when this book was first published, the president of the company I was working for bought a copy of this book for every member of the executive team. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Joseph W. Deibert
if you want to see the crib notes on this pay about $6.95 for the HBR article. the book is greatPublished 7 months ago by Ray W. Swanson