Between now and July 6, 2008 you can get a free copy of the book, Execution Revolution, by Gary Harpst, founder of Six Disciplines. The offer is good for one copy of the book, sent to U.S. addresses.
Many thanks to Skip Reardon of Six Disciplines, who among other responsibilities writes Six Disciplines’ blog, Be Excellent. We have Skip to thank for making the book available.
A key premise of the book is that what business owners think is their biggest problem usually isn’t. When asked what our biggest business challenge is, we’re likely to say cost containment, competition, growth or something similar. But our biggest challenge in business is executing on strategy. Read my review of Execution Revolution here.
To get your copy, go to http://www.sixdisciplines.com/START. During the checkout process you’ll be prompted for a discount code. Use “START” as the discount code.
Saw your post on twitter. Thanks for the chance to get this great free book offer.
All the best
Nice offer! I am sorry that I can’t use it due to my location. I am not living in the land of opportunity at the moment. I will email this post to a friend in NYC.
All the Best,
Martin Lindeskog – American in Spirit.
Manchester, New Hampshire, 1997 – 2000.
Troy, Ohio, 2000 – 2002.
I’m a sucker for books…thanks for the heads up!
Thanks for this offer, Anita.
Gary’s premise rings true! Sustaining high performance (and creating the structures to enable others to perform well) is a wall few businesses scale successfully. The ones that do are the ones that grow — and that are fun to own!
I look forward to getting to know Gary’s work.
Susan M. Kuhn
Small Business Advocate
I think you’ll all enjoy the book. It’s quite substantive, and it is for the business that’s serious about growing.
Martin, sorry this is not available to those outside the U.S. Someday I may get an extra copy and can send one to you. I can’t promise, but we’ll see what happens. 🙂
Tried to get it – when I entered the START code it said “code expired June 30th (today)”… 🙁
What a generous offer. Thanks for the heads up. You can’t beat a free book.
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Thanks for bringing this awesome offer to your readers.
FYI: Book arrived yesterday [Tuesday 7/29].
Thumbed through it a bit this evening. Looks like some super content.