Shopping Cart

Free Shipping on Orders over $35!

The Success Cage: You've Built a Business That Owns You ... Now What?

The Success Cage: You've Built a Business That Owns You ... Now What?

Regular price $24.86 Sale price

Compare at $29.95

  • ISBN-13: 9781927483633
  • Publisher: BPS Books
  • Release Date: Aug 01, 2013
  • Pages: 190 pages
  • Dimensions: 0.5 x 9.21 x 6.14 inches

Overview

"Three words describe Bruce Hunter's new book: insightful, pragmatic, and essential."
--PETER BUCHANAN, President, Management Transitions, and Regional Chair, The Executive Committee

Entrepreneurs are a special breed. With clear-eyed vision and sheer grit -- and in the face of incredible odds and challenges -- they create new, successful enterprises. They also share a secret pain. Once their business is built, they suffer in the day-to-day management roles they've fashioned for themselves, burdened with responsibilities they hadn't foreseen or don't want.

But they can't or don't know how to let go.

In this practical and compelling book, Bruce Hunter provides entrepreneurs with candid insight, no-nonsense advice, and powerful tools for focused action. The Success Cage is an invaluable guide to building a high-performance business that thrives without the owner/entrepreneur's day-to-day involvement.

And the result for entrepreneurs? A much happier life -- and a much more valuable business.

P. Bruce Hunter is President and CEO of Lighthouse 360, an advisory firm that helps business leaders unlock operational insights critical to their business and personal success. He works with business owners, corporations, and teams to accelerate their transition to higher-performance organizations. Prior to his current role, he led Kraft Canada's $1.5 billion of retail brands as VP Marketing to sustained double-digit growth and Marketer of the Year. As General Manager, he tripled the margin and doubled the profitability of an underperforming $400 million business. He has also led acquisitions, divestitures, and business integrations worth over $2 billion.

Customer Reviews


We Also Recommend