Learning Resources and Tools For Growth
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  • "Verne's Rockefeller Habits has provided us with the focus and discipline to ensure consistent growth whilst providing a framework to maintain and energise our corporate culture."

    -TRENT BROWN, CEO, Ezypay
  • "Verne's One Page Strategic Plan has provided Silver Chef Limited with a road map to develop and execute our objectives and thereby grow our profit by more than a compound 23% per year since listing on the ASX."

    -CHARLES GREGORY, CEO, Silver Chef Limited
  • "I am honoured to have attended Verne’s first seminar in Australia in 2005 with my team. It was the most important step in our organisation’s history and was the catalyst for us tripling our revenue since that time. We have keenly embraced all of the Rockefeller habits and remain Verne’s avid followers."

    -ALLAN McKEOWN, CEO, Prosperity Adviser
How to reinvent yourself and your legacy: Josh Linkner's secret
When, how and why do we all need to get onto the job of reinventing our companies? Josh Linkner has the answers, based on hundreds of examples and case studies, in his book, The Road to Reinvention: How to drive disruption and accelerate transformation.
3 real-life business growth lessons from an Australian investment group
Investment groups are masters at making a good company better, and uncovering growth potential. For leaders in mid-tier, fast growth companies the skills and techniques investments groups use can also be applied in day-to-day business activities to drive growth, and are especially valuable when it comes to acquisitions, joint ventures and timing exits from either corporate divisions or the whole entity.
5 Myths of Great Companies
The nine-year research project behind Great by Choice started in 2002 around a simple question: Why do some companies thrive in uncertainty, even chaos, and others do not? When buffeted by tumultuous events, when hit by big, fast-moving forces that we can neither predict nor control, what distinguishes those who perform exceptionally well from those who under-perform or worse?