Visionary companies—ones that manage to endure throughout the decades—outlast their competition by continuously producing great products created by high-caliber employees. How do they do it? In his 1994 book, Built to Last, Jim Collins takes an in-depth look at top organizations like Johnson & Johnson and The Walt Disney Company, detailing the traits that enable them to continuously innovate and grow. This audiobook summary distills Built to Last into a series of bite-sized clips, allowing you to benefit from the book’s findings while you’re on the go. Explore the habits that distinguish visionary companies from their competitors—and keep them thriving for decades.
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