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Human Capital Expert Reveals New Business Design Playbook for CEOs

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Ogg, a veteran C-Suite advisor, presents questions leaders need to address and offers clear advice for leveraging the intangibles that drive businesses to the next level. Touching on a variety of subjects including accountability and restructuring, his book presents solutions to the demands that companies face today. “Growth today comes from creating and capturing value in increasingly faster and more agile ways,” said Ogg.

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This step-by-step guide helps leaders adopt new methods that will drive success to business across different industries. Ogg creates blueprints for a company that would work without friction to create exponential growth. /grow: The CEO’s Master Playbook for Coaching Value into Existence is available for purchase on Amazon.com.

About Sandy Ogg

Sandy Ogg is the founder of CEO.works. He earned his bachelor’s in Mathematics from the Coast Guard Academy, his master’s in Human Development from George Washington University, and his MBA from the Kellogg School of Management. In addition to positions at companies including Motorola, the VIA Consulting Group, and Blackstone, Ogg spent eight years as Chief Human Resources Officer at Unilever, spearheading change in the organization’s operating network and leadership system. In November 2015, the National Academy of Human Resources inducted him into its class of Fellows.

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Sandy Ogg, CEO.works, info@ceoworks.com
Katie Rutledge, ForbesBooks, krutledge@advantageww.com

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