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SAP: Cancer's Corporate Conscience

Having spent many years as an executive in the business world, I've often wondered what makes a good company great. Renowned author Jim Collins tried to answer that in his 2001 mega-blockbuster, "Good to Great: Why Some Companies Make the Leap... and Others Don't." He concluded that identifying and promoting disciplined people to think and focus in a disciplined manner was a key ingredient of strong and consistent financial success.
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