Avoid common management pitfalls that can lead a good company to go bad
Source: Wharton School Publishing
Why do good companies go bad? Archival research on companies that have failed in the past several decades and interviews with people from these failed companies lead to the conclusions in this sample chapter from The Self-Destructive Habits of Good Companies and How to Break Them. Learn about the habits that strong companies unwittingly adopt that can undermine the organization's success, become worse over time, and eventually result in the company's failure. Conversely, learn how these self-destructive habits can be broken and overcome, and the companies put back on the road to improved health.
Title: The Self-Destructive Habits of Good Companies and How to Break Them
Published: April 2007
Author: Jagdish N. Sheth
Chapter: Chapter 1: Why Do Good Companies Go Bad?
Published by Wharton School Publishing