What it really takes to be world class
Starting with the theory that world-class companies, governments, cities, and individuals share a common set of characteristics that make them stand out from the crowd, Sunter uses real-life examples to make his points. Learn what Coco-Cola, a Rwandan convent, Bill Gates, and Princess Diana have in common, and what it really takes to be world-class.
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