David Williams, author of the new book, The 7 Non-Negotiables of Winning, is the CEO of Fishbowl Inventory, a fast-growing software company in Utah where has successfully tested his radical new management paradigm.
Williams, and Fishbowl President Mary Scott, will join me today (July 29, 2013) at noon Eastern to discuss the book, its principles and their impact on Fishbowl.
The seven principles of Williams’s new book are: respect, belief, trust, loyalty, commitment, courage and gratitude.
In December of 2012, I visited Fishbowl to learn more about the company’s CAM Center, a social enterprise operating within Fishbowl, and was impressed by the culture of the entire business. You can find my report here.
From the 7NNs website:
Who is David K Williams and What Does he Stand For? David is the chief executive officer of Fishbowl, a company he helped transform from a struggling tech startup into the nation’s leading provider of inventory management software for SMBs. He is a frequent contributor to Deseret News, Harvard Business Review, and Forbes.
David was honored as one of vSpring Capital’s Top 100 Venture Capital Entrepreneurs in 2011 and 2012. He mentors business students at Utah Valley University and he is a member of the Woodbury School of Business Board. He also serves on the Utah Valley Chamber of Commerce Executive Roundtable.
About This Book In The 7 Non-Negotiables of Winning, David presents the seven basic principles he used to build a successful business. The 7 Non-Negotiables create a safe work environment in which everyone can develop and contribute their own unique gifts.
The secret to success is to Fail Up. You don’t have to be defined by your failures or achievements. You can change your life and become a great leader by changing your mindset and getting rid of arbitrary limitations.