At last…. License To Fail is available in the iTunes Store for $2.99
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About kevinpatrickleechKevin Patrick Leech is the author of License To Fail: The Business Mistakes Of Bond Villains. Like a good Bond Villain, he started a business in Eastern Europe, a time during which he made some bad hiring decisions, expanded too rapidly, and blew a pile of money at the hotel where they shot the poker scene in Casino Royale. He has long wondered why Bond Villains’ top advisors allow them to undermine great businesses with half-baked plans for global destruction. He works in the financial sector in New York City.
IF YOU SUCCEED IN DESTROYING THE WORLD, WHO WILL BE YOUR CUSTOMERS?
In the James Bond movies, the villains are often successful entrepreneurs who have built their own world-beating corporations with dominant market positions. Yet instead of continuing their firms' managed growth, they overreach with a plan that is always illegal and often involves global destruction. LICENSE TO FAIL: The Business Mistakes of Bond Villains finally takes these entrepreneurs to task, proving that their downfall is really nothing more than the consequence of bad business decisions.
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