Marvin Davis, a member of Gerbsman Partners Board of Intellectual Capital has just released his new book; “Take No Prisoners”.
“Whether you are a manager, corporate director, executive, or business owner, this book supplies an effective no-nonsense action plan for fixing problems, strengthening weak spots, and building profitable competitive operations”.
As a seasoned turnaround expert, Marvin Davis has seen companies make the same mistakes over and over again. In TAKE NO PRISONERS, he shows companies how to achieve their full profitability potential by asking themselves some very basic questions and analyzing their operations properly, Packed with dozens of real-world examples and ready-to-use worksheets, the book shows you how to critically investigate every aspect of your operations….from marketing strategies to pricing policies, from products and services to operating costs and overhead….uncovering devastating inefficiencies as well as hidden opportunities for enhancing profitability. These often simple, proven ideas have worked for organizations small and large, both public and privately held and they can help yours too.
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Gerbsman Partners has published a new story on our website; “The Tipping Point – Its Here”. It makes for some thoughtful reading and discusses some well formulated insights and observations on the economic and political issues for maximizing enterprise value in the upcoming business crisis.
“As time passes, we have become increasingly struck by our inability to predict events on a macro scale and by the fundamental randomness of such events. We also note that most professionals whose business it is to make such predictions, such as security analysts, marketing strategy consultants, economists and mutual fund managers, have an abysmal record. It is very educational to look back five years at their predictions and compare such predictions to what actually occurred. Most of these professionals simply project forward existing trends and miss “Black Swan” events, such as the Crash of 1987, the Savings and Loan crisis, the September 11 attacks, the current Sub-Prime Mortgage, or more positively, the impact of the Internet.”
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