By Denise Lee Yohn
Discover confirmed options for construction robust, world-class brands
It's tempting to think that manufacturers like Apple, Nike, and Zappos accomplished their iconic statuses due to serendipity, an unimaginable magic formulation, or maybe the genius of a unmarried visionary chief. even if, those businesses all followed particular methods and ideas that remodeled their usual manufacturers into leaders. In different phrases, nice manufacturers might be built—and Denise Lee Yohn is aware precisely how one can do it.
Delivering a clean point of view, Yohn's What nice manufacturers Do teaches an leading edge brand-as-business technique that boosts model identification whereas boosting revenue margins, bettering corporation tradition, and developing superior stakeholder relationships. Drawing from twenty-five years of consulting paintings with such best manufacturers as Frito-Lay, Sony, Nautica, and Burger King, Yohn explains key ideas of her brand-as-business strategy.
• unearths the seven key ideas that the world's top manufacturers continuously implement
• offers case experiences that discover the emblem development successes and screw ups of businesses of all sizes together with IBM, Lululemon, Chipotle Mexican Grill, and different striking brands
• offers instruments and techniques that agencies can commence utilizing correct away
Filled with distinct tips for CEOs, COOs, marketers, and different association leaders, What nice manufacturers Do is a vital blueprint for launching any model to meteoric heights.
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