The Art of Profitability



The Art of Profitability An extraordinarily new business slant on how companies can generate greater profits Presented in 23 compact lessons, The Art of Profitability features an ongoing tutorial between two fictitious individuals. New Read The Art of Profitability [ author ] Adrian J. Slywotzky [ Kindle ePUB or eBook ] – heartforum.co.uk

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  • Hardcover
  • 206 pages
  • The Art of Profitability
  • Adrian J. Slywotzky
  • English
  • 17 October 2017
  • 0446531502

10 thoughts on “The Art of Profitability

  1. Youngju says:

    Good summary of different business models but I personally thought 23 models are way too many and many of them overlapped It eventually falls down to 4 5 models reselling profit, scale profit, diversified profit, early mover profit, profit multipler The way the author structured the story conversation between old mentor zhao and young guy steve made it easy to understand but was distracting highlights switchboard profit model reminds me of power of network effect in the business Good summary of different business models but I personally thought 23 models are way too many and many of them overlapped It eventually falls down to 4 5 models reselling profit, scale profit, diversified profit, early mover profit, profit multipler The way the author structured the story conversation between old mentor zhao and young guy steve made it easy to understand but was distracting highlights switchboard profit model reminds me of power of network effect in the business model Also the concept i...

  2. Jim says:

    An easy read, but the lessons aren t far fetched or mind blowing Decent read since you can finish it in one sitting, but don t expect lightning in a bottle.

  3. Stephen says:

    The Art of Profitability uses the same novel approach as The Guy Who Fired His Boss Lost and Found , two books which I read earlier, except that the delivery style is reminiscent of Gu Long, the late Taiwanese Wuxia novelist, who had a habit of not explaining everything explicitly in his novels This is good in the sense that it leaves you to ponder over the concepts and draw quite literally your own conclusions On the flip side, sometimes there is too much backstory going on for i The Art of Profitability uses the same novel approach as The Guy Who Fired His Boss Lost and Found , two books which I read earlier, except that the delivery style is...

  4. Carlos says:

    the summary for this fabulous is that there are many ways to make profit and it is unlikely that your business does all of them People will pay different prices for the same thing in different situations Good profit models are easy to brainstorm and hard to execute YESSS I would recommend this book.

  5. Gustaf says:

    Patterns for business development One of the best books I ve read delivering inspiration for business development and strategy discussions I am sure I will return to it many times Plus, it comes with a lot of recommendations on further reading.

  6. Ahmed Bin Madhi أحمد بن ماضي says:

    This 160 pages book makes for a very interesting and enjoyable reading The book s main premise is that Profit works in highly definable pathways that can be analyzed, modeled and reconstructed The author does an excellent job in defining and describing various profit models The book is uniquely structured as a story in the narrative, chronicling the tutoring sessions taking place between two fictional characters Steve, a young strategic planning specialist working for a diversified conglomer This 160 pages book makes for a ve...

  7. Alberto Lopez says:

    This book was sooooo slow that I struggled to catch its main points I found myself constantly having to go back because its tediously slow fable style made it impossible to discern what was important and what was just a filler Since I found the subject potentially interesting nonetheless, I will try to read the author s other books on the subject with the hope that the terrible nature of this one is an abnormality My suggestion to you is to skip this book at less that you are an ambitious fiv This book was sooooo slow that I struggled to catch its main points I found myself constantly having to go back because its tediously slow fable style made it impossible to dis...

  8. Tony Canas says:

    This is a wonderful little business fable in the style of Who Moved My Cheese and Five Disfunctions of a team which tells the story of a young man and an old man The mentorship relationship that develops between them helps the reader understand step by step 23 different ways in which a company can create profitability The story is very enjoyable and can teach you a lot My favorite part is that even though the story is fictional the examples used are real and the student gets homework each This is a wonderful little business fable in the style of Who Moved My Cheese and Five Disfunctions of a team which tells the story of a young man and an old man The mentorship relationship that develops between them helps the reader understand step by step 23 different ways in which a company can create pro...

  9. Waseem says:

    Even although I had the audiobook version of this book, i found it very hard ti complete this book even bad books can sometimes be listened to passively on audio and ultimately completed, however I found the non fiction story style of teaching business models very boring, hard to follow and a bit pointless as its hard to take seriously Maybe its just the way I prefer to learn, but it came to a point midway through this book I found myself absolutely forgetting whats going ...

  10. Abdullah Alzahim says:

    Reading Soundview s summary of the book, the fable is about Zhao, the mentor, and Gardner, the mentee Zhao teaches Gardner the art of profitability in an informal way by starting with the old fashioned business models to eventually the newest ones this is the methodology used by Zhao and noticed by Gardner in the end.Although the author presented 23 business models, most of them have subtle nuances Overall, I found out that there are 4 major business models, namely 1 customer solution profi Reading Soundview s summary of the book, the fable is about Zhao, the mentor, and Gardner, the mentee Zhao teaches Gardner the art of profitability in an informal way by starting with the old fash...

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