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Michael E. Gerber hailed as a business visionary, Gerber talks about:
“The Turn-Key Revolution,” a stunningly original way to increase performance and productivity of companies, managers, and sales people in any size organization.
Gerber has spoken to audiences worldwide, presenting a compelling, pragmatic approach to business success.
The business should be able to run consistently and effectively without you having to be there. All this is accomplished by creating a systems-dependent, not a people-dependent business.
Michael Gerber on Management:
“There aren’t any bad managers. There are only untrained managers, unmanaged managers, managers operating without a management system, managers expected to produce miracles without the right perspective and without the right tools and the right training. Anyone can become an effective manager who wants to, provided the right systems are in place. But no one can become an effective manager without those systems.
Michael Gerber on Marketing:
“The simplest approach to creating a powerful position in your market… immediately…no matter what your business does, no matter where you do it.
Great marketing is found in very few businesses.
Great marketing comes from an understanding that every business has an opportunity to seize what I call “The Power Point,” that specific place in the mind of its customers, its competitors, its employee, its suppliers, its shareholders, and its lenders and investors which distinguishes that business from every other business in the world. Knowing what that place is and how to fill it as fully as possible is what great marketing is all about.”
Michael Gerber on The Entrepreneur:
“The fact is that most people who start a business of their own aren’t entrepreneurs. They’re technicians suffering from an entrepreneurial seizure. And that’s the problem. The technician who starts a business looking for independence builds the business around his or her own personal skills, and immediately goes to work.
By anybody’s definition, that’s not a business but a job.
The entrepreneur, on the other hand, creates a business that works successfully without the entrepreneur. Thought of in that way, the truly entrepreneurial personality invents a business that works in such a remarkably unique way that it is immediately differentiated from every other business in the world.”