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  • Pulling ahead vs. catching up
    To pull away from the pack one needs to break performance trade-offs by getting better in several ways at once. The struggle for greatness, however, is far more complex and subtle. Prevailing over capable adversaries requires accepting and exploiting trade-offs and very often seeking an advantage in only a very small number of very carefully identified ways, while frequently accepting a performance disadvantage along other dimensions.
  • To thine own self be true
    Sustaining superior performance requires knowing what should change and what should stay the same.
  • A random search for excellence
    Read this monograph on how to separate fable from fact in studies of high performance.
  • Growth's triple crown
    When it comes to exceptional performance, the best companies don’t make trade-offs: They break them
    It is tempting to assume that as companies grow they will see a decline in either or both their profitability and shareholder returns. What if we could find and learn from companies that have delivered superior growth, league-leading profitability and shareholder returns at the same time? What does it take to win growth’s “triple crown”?
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