- Hardcover: 272 pages
- Publisher: Portfolio (Sept. 18 2012)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0670066451
- ISBN-13: 978-0670066452
- Product Dimensions: 15.9 x 2.3 x 23.6 cm
- Shipping Weight: 476 g
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- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #199,687 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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"Power of the Best is a tribute to the Canadian business landscape. Peter Brown and John Hughes offer a rare glimpse inside Canada's most admired private companies and their management teams. Business leaders from all industries will benefit from these invaluable lessons." - Arlene Dickinson, co-star of CBC's Dragons' Den and bestselling author of Persuasion
"The entrepreneurial landscape in Canada continues to evolve, with new opportunities and challenges arising every day. The innovation demonstrated by Best Managed Companies in Canada over the past twenty years is a true testimony to the spirit of entrepreneurship that builds, fuels, and drives our country." - Jon Hountalas, Executive Vice President, CIBC Business Banking
"Peter Brown and John Hughes share insightful portraits from several remarkable Canadian business leaders. Their portraits are nothing short of inspiring. The invaluable lessons exemplified by these extraordinary private companies will inspire the innovative entrepreneurs of today and tomorrow." - Frank Vettese, Managing Partner and Chief Executive, Deloitte Canada
"Power of the Best is a must-read for entrepreneurs who want to turn challenges into opportunities to drive sustainable growthjust as each of these Best Managed Companies has." - Paul Godfrey, President and Chief Executive Officer, Postmedia Network Inc.
"The companies profiled by Peter Brown and John Hughes provide living proof that the entrepreneurial spirit is alive and well in Canada. There is much that can be learned from these inspiring stories." - David M. Saunders, Dean, Queen's School of Business
About the Author
John Hughes is the national leader for Canada's Best Managed Companies program and leader of the Greater Toronto Growth Enterprise practice for Deloitte. Hughes has spent his career helping entrepreneurs and their management teams create value and grow their businesses. He has developed a broad range of expertise in issues unique to entrepreneurs in privately held companies, particularly where corporate ownership and families intertwine. He has extensive experience in strategic planning, corporate and personal taxation, mergers & acquisitions, and in transaction due diligence. As national leader, Hughes has been involved with Canada's Best Managed Companies program since its inception and is the co-author of Building the Best: Lessons from Inside Canada's Best Managed Companies.
Peter Brown is the national leader for Growth Enterprises at Deloitte. This practice area comprises all of Deloitte's private company clients, private equity clients, and small- to mid-cap public companies. Brown has over twenty-seven years of experience in public accounting, serving both the public and private sectors. He has gained significant international experience in assurance and advisory services. He has served as the lead audit, relationship and advisory partner for a number of Deloitte's most significant mid-market accounts. Brown has served on the board of directors for Deloitte Canada and on both the Global and Americas Growth Enterprises Committees for Deloitte.
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