Books: Great for public enterprise

In his follow-up to Good to Great, Jim Collins offers a template for a high-performing social sector. An admiring Nigel Crisp suggests areas for further exploration ...

Dear Jim (if I may be so bold): you say that almost as many social-sector managers as business managers e-mail you with questions and comments.

May I, as someone who has spent most of my career in public and voluntary organisations, do the same?

I suspect that most public-sector managers will love the way you apply the principles of your earlier Good to Great to the social sector. They may do so, though, for bad as well as good reasons.

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