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In this powerful sequel to his classic bestseller The 80/20 Principle, Richard Koch uniquely makes the connection between the rise of the individual and the 80/20 principle - achieving more with less to create great new wealth. From big business to small, from Hollywood to sport, Richard Koch demonstrates how the innovative individual now has the competitive advantage. The 80/20 Principle showed how individuals could improve their personal lives - but not their professional lives. The 80/20 Individual is different. Koch reveals how innovative individuals are taking over the world and how you can join in the revolution - creating new wealth and wellbeing in a twenty-first century individualism The 80/20 principle enables anyone who is determined, bright or shrewd to stamp their footprint on the world, to become an 80/20 person. 80/20 people cut across all established fields and all walks of life: politics, business, social work and not-for-profits, sports, entertainment and the media.
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Richard Koch is a highly successful author, investor and entrepreneur, having made large returns from businesses as diverse as hotels, restaurants, personal organisers and consulting. A former partner at consulting firm Bain & Co, and co-founder of The LEK Partnership, the fastest growing and most profitable 'strategy boutique' of the 1980s, Richard now lives the 80/20 way between Gibraltar, Spain, Portugal and South Africa.Review:
"Koch writes with inspirational verve and assurance drawing on personal experience of building businesses. A useful motivational tool for appraising and leveraging talent in the organisation, his book yields some valuable lessons that any business can apply and will be of particular interest to the would-be entrepreneur." Choice of the Month, Director
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Book Description Nicholas Brealey Publishing, 2003. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P111857883101
Book Description Nicholas Brealey Publishing, 2003. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1857883101