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Design to Grow

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Ability to adapt uickly to new business realities Established companies are at risk but it’s no easier being an agile startup because most of those fail due to their inability to scale Tomorrow’s business winners regardless of size or industry will be the ones that know how to combine scale with agility In Design to Grow a Coca Cola senior executive shares both the successes and failures of one of the world’s largest companies. This book is big on sweeping generalities and light on substance Many issues or are alluded to but very little how to is actually given The best part of this book starts on page 201 and those are the recommended readings from other authors

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As it learns to use design to be both agile and big In this rare and unprecedented behind the scenes look David Butler and senior Fast Company editor Linda Tischler use plain language and easy to understand case studies to show how this works at Coca Cola and how other companies can use the same approach to grow their business This book is a must read for managers inside large corporations as well as entrepreneurs just getting starte. Excellent comparison of past present and future on Company DesignHolistic approach decoded on Scale and Agility

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Expert advice from Coca Cola’s vice president of Innovation and Entrepreneurship Learn how Coca Cola uses design to grow its business by combining the advantages of scale with the agility to respond to fast changing market conditionsIn today’s world every company is at risk of having a “Kodak Moment” watching its industry and the competitive advantages it has developed over years even decades vanish overnight The reason An in. Although the book claims to be for everyone I strongly felt it was targeted towards senior executives If you're already familiar with innovation strategy or the startup environment this book adds little knowledge to your repertoire To me the case studies from Coca Cola weren't inspiring enough to really find it worth the read If you're a fan of coca cola and fairly new to the startup world of lean agile and design for scale I can imagine this can be a great book for you If you already have some decent experience in this field this book has little to offer but coca cola case studies Pray! Pray! Pray! its business by combining the advantages of scale with the agility to respond to fast changing market conditionsIn today’s world every company Killer Cat is at risk of having a “Kodak Moment” watching 14 Sai (14æ­³, its Public Speaking industry and the competitive advantages False Prophet (Peter Decker/Rina Lazarus, it has developed over years even decades vanish overnight The reason An A Forfeit Owed (Eldritch Legacy, in. Although the book claims to be for everyone I strongly felt The Book of Hebrews it was targeted towards senior executives If you're already familiar with Daughter Of Vanth innovation strategy or the startup environment this book adds little knowledge to your repertoire To me the case studies from Coca Cola weren't The Red Duke inspiring enough to really find Love Notes (Love Notes, it worth the read If you're a fan of coca cola and fairly new to the startup world of lean agile and design for scale I can Hearts in Atlantis/Misery imagine this can be a great book for you If you already have some decent experience Smallpox Strikes! (The American Adventure, in this field this book has little to offer but coca cola case studies


10 thoughts on “Design to Grow

  1. says:

    There is so much that I want to learn from Coca Cola None of that was in this book No new concepts here if you've read a handful of books on start ups


  2. says:

    Not a very well designed book Ramblings running all over the place lost and forgotten threads


  3. says:

    Although the book claims to be for everyone I strongly felt it was targeted towards senior executives If you're already familiar with innovation strategy or the startup environment this book adds little knowledge to your repertoire To me the case studies from Coca Cola weren't inspiring enough to really find it worth the read If you're a fan of coca cola and fairly new to the startup world of lean agile and design for scale I can imagine this can be a great book for you If you already have some decent experience in this field this book has little to offer but coca cola case studies


  4. says:

    Design is a very subjective topic but this book does a brilliant job in simplifying the understanding of design I clearly understand people who are looking to dive deep into the process of Coca Cola Company with its intricacies to scale into a billion dollar company may not uite find dope on those lines But that is the point coca cola is merely the premise the author has focused on his ability to present a story where he provides a structure a journey map to arrive at a place where brands can sustain A good book to making your foundation of design stronger and ready to apply


  5. says:

    Not really much new here Large corporations have to be agile and scale to compete against small ones Some small tidbits on the history of Coke and its business marketing strategy too little of that Significant portions of the author's commentary on the nature of startups is redundant with any number of dedicated books that have been released on the subject previously Some of the design insights were interesting especially on the brand design of juices across geographies but not enough of that sort of commentary Just meh


  6. says:

    This book is big on sweeping generalities and light on substance Many issues or are alluded to but very little how to is actually given The best part of this book starts on page 201 and those are the recommended readings from other authors


  7. says:

    Excellent comparison of past present and future on Company DesignHolistic approach decoded on Scale and Agility


  8. says:

    Most literature on agility and scaling tends to be either terribly lopsided or hopelessly commercial as in selling the scaling agility models without even understanding what is scaling all about This is a great book that sorts out these two issues pretty well and helps readers understand what scaling is all about and how does an organization go about scaling up It adds credibility to know that examples are from real world atomic products such as a bottle of CokeI would strongly recommend it to all business leaders and process thinkers Especially all the so called agile coaches who think scaling up is only a matter of applying the latest version of their scaling framework


  9. says:

    To sum it up this book shows a round up exemplary of how Coca Cola could make the most of its portfolio and assets while in the same time pursue agility through relentless efforts in learning and develop their both tangible and intangible assetsI believe it is a good read for any start ups and corporate facing their maturing phase


  10. says:

    Good book to understand the locus of designExcellent opinion that design is not only for branding products but the entire systems of the companyActual cases of application to the CocaCola system are not written


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