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Have you ever wondered how some companies almost quadruple their market cap in a relatively short period? Companies like Tesla or Facebook are known to have had a very accelerated growth rate in recent years. If you're an entrepreneur or visionary trying to build the next big company to change the world, grab a copy of Talent: The Market Cap Multiplier. In this book, General Atlantic Operating Partner Anish Batlaw and experienced business advisor and New York Times Bestselling author Ram Charan team up to offer the required tools and techniques needed to run a successful organization. By developing a methodology that places high performers in the right jobs, the authors show ways that result in strong investment returns for firms. They cite real-life examples of six different companies that have benefitted from this kind of approach.
In today's highly competitive age, it is necessary for companies to keep up with modern approaches and bring ever new ideas to make their firms grow. Authors Anish Batlaw and Ram Charan use their vast knowledge and experience of working in various successful organizations and show exactly why they became so. One of the six examples of companies cited in this book is Vishal Retail -- a hypermarket chain from India, which had an almost miraculous turnaround from being debt-ridden and verging on bankruptcy to becoming one of India's largest retail chains. All of this was achieved by hiring new management and enacting organizational restructuring. Overall, I found Talent: The Market Cap Multiplier to be an illuminating and informative book that I will recommend to anyone looking to grow their firm into a powerhouse.