Hoover's Vision

Hoover's Vision : Original Thinking for Business Success

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Through stories and exercises, this book teaches us how to cultivate the virtues of every breakthrough in business and in the rest of life: curiosity, clarity, passion and panoramic vision. It is an education in innovation. Innovation means cultivating insight to think above bwhere others are thinking, see patterns where others weave fragments, and weave it all together. In the end we have the means to create something extraordinary. Anyone can think like a CEO, inventor or entrepreneur if they train themselves to do so and Gary Hoover, founder of many ventures himself, speaks from personal experience. This book is geared towards the individual who seeks to think bigger and broader in business and in life in general.show more

Product details

  • Hardback | 256 pages
  • 160.3 x 236.2 x 32.5mm | 666.79g
  • Cengage Learning, Inc
  • Texere Publishing
  • Florence, United States
  • English
  • 1587990598
  • 9781587990595

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Publishing News, July 13, 2001 A unique and innovative book about why winners win and losers lose in business and in life... IT Week, October 1, 2001 A provocative text, chock-full of stimulating examples of smart-thinking corporations.show more

About Gary Hoover

Gary Hoover has a degree in economics from the University of Chicago, studying under Nobel Prize winners George Stigler and Milton Friedman. He was a retail stock analyst for Citibank on Wall Street, a buyer for Federated Department Stores and manager of strategic planning for May Department Stores. He founded Bookstop, Inc. the Reference Press, Inc., and Hoover's Online. He lives in Austin, Texas.show more

Table of contents

Part One Exploration: The foundation for finding your own path to success Part Two Essence: The power of vision Part Three Execution: Enterprises at Workshow more

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