Publisher: Random House (UK)
Weight: 420 g
LEGO is one of the world's best-loved and most familiar brands, adored by generations of children. What is less well known, though, is how close this iconic company came to total collapse in 2003.
Brick by Brick is the compelling story of a Danish family-owned company that enjoyed decades of success before its inability to keep in step with a rapidly changing market brought it crashing to earth. It's also the story of an extraordinary recovery. As disaster stared them in the face, the management of LEGO embarked on an audacious and innovative plan to turn their fortunes around, and then painstakingly implemented it. Today, the company is riding high once again, and enjoying results that are the envy of their competitors.
Granted unprecedented access to every part of the LEGO Group, David Robertson not only charts each twist in the company's story but explains precisely what went wrong and how it was fixed. His clear-sighted analysis will prove invaluable to all those who want to understand how companies can not only ride the storm of change, but benefit from it.
Robertson and Breen investigated the company's secrets and solutions from behind the scene, visiting the factory and offices, as well as associates and partners who contributed to the success of LEGO, from Lucasfilm to robotics and to theme-parks. Today, LEGO is not just a brick toy company, but a creativity starter company. This book tells the ups and downs of this remarkable company.
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