New Book Argues That Business Growth Is Less About Passion, More About Objectivity
“A business leader needs to get in touch with her realities more than her inner inspiration,”
He proposes in 8 Blocks that businesses grow best when their leaders identify the unique shape of their opportunities and acting accordingly. The 8 Blocks framework walks readers through the four internal and four external realities that can either prevent growth, or enable it.
Schwada suggests that readers in established businesses will use 8 Blocks differently from those working with a startup. “The average established business has plenty of growth potential,” he says. “The team just needs to figure out where it can find traction. The entrepreneur in the startup, though, still needs to figure out whether or not the business is viable. 8 Blocks can save both a lot of grief.”
8 Blocks will be released in hardcover and e-book editions on December 7, 2015 By GamePlan Press (www.gameplanpress.com)
Paul Schwada applies experience from diverse industries, geographic markets and business models to help clients around the world. Schwada is a frequent writer, speaker, and contributor to business literature; his thinking can be found in Forbes, Industry Week, Investor’s Business Daily, California Business Review, The San Francisco Chronicle, and more.
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Title: 8 Blocks
Subtitle: The Critical Realities for Growing Any Business
Author: Paul Schwada
Formats: Available in hardcover and e-book
Price: USD 24.95
Publication Date: December 7, 2015