The Executive Entrepreneur by Jim Stovall,Paula Marshall

The Executive Entrepreneur

by Jim Stovall, Paula Marshall


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Jim Stovall began his career in a broom closet lined with boat cushions. He went on to become the successful CEO of his Emmy Award winning company Narrative Television Network. Paula Marshall began working on the floor of her father's pie plant when she had nowhere else to turn to pay the bills and support her newborn daughter. She rose to the top of the organization, and though no one supposed she would be the successor, she took on the CEO role in 1985 and grew her family's company, The Bama Companies, to a $200 million organization. To what do they attribute to their success? The two have very different skill sets: Paula an executive and Jim an entrepreneur. What made the difference for them? As Jim says, "if you're not growin', you're dyin'." What is the key to growth? If you're an executive, it's important to find the entrepreneur within yourself and infuse your organization with new ideas and innovation. For an entrepreneur, it's critical to tap into your managerial side, learn to scale your company strategically and build a team to sustain your creativity. Paula and Jim provide the perfect compliments to the Executive Entrepreneur dichotomy, and their stories, told in tandem make an amazing and revolutionary learning tool for any businessperson.

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Weight: 0.39 lbs

ISBN-10: 193687508X

ISBN-13: 9781936875085

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