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JASON JENNINGS

 

ABOUT JASON JENNINGS

BUSINESS LEADERSHIP BOOKS BY JASON JENNINGS 

Jason is the only author who has studied more than 220,000 companies and interviewed over 17,000 CEOs. He incorporates everything he has learned into his powerfully insightful books.

BEST-SELLING BUSINESS LEADERSHIP BOOKS 

Critics call Jason’s books, “extraordinarily well researched, insightful, crisply written, accessible, intriguing and a vital resource for everyone in business,” and USA TODAY calls Jennings one of the three most in-demand business speakers on the planet along with the authors of, Good to Great, and, In Search of Excellence. 

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NY TIMES, WSJ, & USA TODAY BEST-SELLING BUSINESS

LEADERSHIP BOOKS

Critics call Jason’s books, “extraordinarily well researched, insightful, crisply written, accessible, intriguing and a vital resource for everyone in business,” and USA TODAY calls Jennings one of the three most in-demand business speakers on the planet along with the authors of, Good to Great, and, In Search of Excellence. Jason is the only author who has studied more than 220,000 companies and interviewed over 17,000 CEOs. He incorporates everything he has learned into his powerfully insightful, best-selling books on business leadership.

 
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HIT THE GROUND RUNNING: A MANUAL FOR NEW LEADERS

The toughest job in business is taking over as a new leader. You have to quickly assess the situation, pull together a strong team, decide on a strategy, and inspire everyone to execute it.

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THINK BIG, ACT SMALL HOW AMERICA'S BEST PERFORMING COMPANIES KEEP THE START-UP SPIRIT ALIVE

Is it possible for a company to grow its revenues and profits by ten percent or more, for at least ten consecutive years, not counting acquisitions?

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LESS IS MORE: HOW GREAT COMPANIES USE PRODUCTIVITY AS A COMPETITIVE TOOL IN BUSINESS

The secrets of true productivity have only been mastered by a few companies, and Jason Jennings, author of the New York Times bestseller It’s Not the Big that Eat the Small… It’s the Fast that Eat the Slow has located ten great examples.

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IT'S NOT THE BIG THAT EAT THE SMALL - IT'S THE FAST THAT EAT THE SLOW

The tortoise and the hare — not to mention a popular ’60s-era adage — warned us that Speed Kills. Not so fast, contend Jason Jennings and Laurence Haughton, international consultants who have worked together since 1976.

©2020 by Jason Jennings.