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Friday, August 24, 2007

New book: Amazing Pace: Turbo-Charged Business Development



Well worth a read you can get a copy through Earl's web site or on Amazon - click here




Amazing Pace: Turbo-Charged Business Development


by Dr. Earl R. Smith II (http://www.dr-smith.com/)








"The book is great! It gives perspectives that are not only enlightening but flow of the book stimulates the thought process associated with building a truly successful business. It is direct for those willing to open their minds and understand that they are not the single greatest business authority. This book provides a refreshing view of the dual process involved between the CEO and the expert on how to take a company to the next level – the level of success!” Vice President, Public Sector, RWD Technologies




Amazing Pace: Turbo-Charged Business Development describes how an advisory board populated with highly experienced, committed and well connected individuals is the fastest and most effective way to drive a company’s top line. The book describes the design, operation and management of such boards – boards that will radically increase the effectiveness of a company’s business development process. It describes how an advisory board populated with highly experienced, committed and well connected individuals is the fastest and most effective way to drive a company’s top line. The book describes the design, operation and management of such boards – boards that will radically increase the effectiveness of a company’s business development process.




Amazing Pace will show you how it is done and, more importantly, that it can be done for virtually any company with amazing results. Its core messages are that:
1. Getting business development right is the primary challenge for any senior team;
2. There is a solution to this persistent and painful challenge;
3. The solution is potent and highly cost effective and;
4. Given a professional approach, this solution is not rocket science – it can be deployed for virtually any company.
In this book you will read about the design, population and management of these boards and how they can radically increase the effectiveness of a company’s business development process.






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