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Richard Koch

The 80/20 Principle: The Secret to Achieving More with Less

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With a simple observation that in his garden, 80 percent of the peas were borne by 20 percent of the pods, Vilfredo Pareto created a revolutionary principle. Known as the Pareto’s principle or the rule of 80-20, the core of this principle lies in the fact, that 80 percent of the results which one receives in a field of activity is a result of 20 percent of the efforts.

In case of business, merely 20 percent of the customers help in generating 80 percent of the revenue. This principle is developed and presented in a systematic way by Richard Koch. He not only explains the intricacies of the principle but also goes a step ahead by explaining the reasons that make this principle work.

It is a secret used by highly successful people, which is made known to the common man through this book. RHUS published the reprint edition of The 80/20 Principle: The Secret to Achieving More with Less; Reprint edition in 1999.

13 reviews for The 80/20 Principle: The Secret to Achieving More with Less

  1. Harsh Kumar

    Unbelievably good. If you buy it and read it once…you can achieve anything.

  2. Rajesh Jain

    The book has some charisma after reading the book one’s perpetuated thought start analysing the daily chores in 80/20.

  3. Bikash Das

    The book shows how the 80/20 principle works out in your corporate and personal life. very good book and simple to read and funny

  4. Rupesh Tiwari

    Good condition, excellent. Promptly delivered as expected. Let’s not hesitate to buy second books please. Let’s start this culture again

  5. shubham kashyap

    The book is good for business purpose, its not as useful for general purpose because everything in it is about business, not even an example is outside business.

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