It’s Book Review Time: Noble Enterprise

Learn the principles of business that lead to success by learning how one company turned losses into profits
By: Paula Krapf/Author Marketing Experts, Inc.
Dec. 16, 2008 - PRLog -- It’s Book Review Time’s series of reviews and interviews of captivating books and authors has a review of Noble Enterprise: The Commonsense Guide to Uplifting People and Profits by Darwin Gillett, at

Noble Enterprise: The Commonsense Guide to Uplifting People and Profits features the inspiring story of how one near-death company (losing $1 million dollars a day!) used the principles of Noble Enterprise to turn their company into an industry leader, in the process achieving huge leaps in employee morale, quality and market growth and profitability - all in just three years.

Noble Enterprise will:

* Show you how to tap the often hidden talents and spirit of your organization to create sustainable competitive advantage

* Inspire your people to bring more of who they are to work – for their own growth and fulfillment - and for your company’s success

* Give you the insights, leadership tools – and confidence – to lead people to new heights of performance

About the author: Darwin Gillett, Founder & President of Noble Enterprise is a business author and international speaker on strategies for building competitive advantage and sustainable success. With degrees from Yale and Chicago in economics and business, Dar has pioneered in the field of strategic planning and the leadership of knowledge-based businesses.

The book is reviewed by author Stuart Nachbar, who blogs on education and politics for Educated Quest and wrote The Sex Ed Chronicles.

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