6 Ways to Go from Good to Great

What we can learn from Good-to-great companies?

How does strategic management differ at good-to-great companies versus mediocre ones?

# Finding a simple “Hedgehog concept (Shaded part – Intersection of passion, skill, and economic value)“ provides a clear path to follow.

 

# Success comes from many tiny incremental pushes in the right direction.

New technology should be viewed only as an accelerator toward a goal, not as a goal itself.

How do the people and culture differ at good-to-great companies versus mediocre ones?

Team drives successful transformations from good to great. Right people in the right place are the foundation of greatness.

Success requires confronting the nasty facts, while never losing faith. Leaders must create an environment where the brutal facts are aired without hesitation.

A culture of rigorous self-discipline is needed to adhere to the simple Hedgehog concept.

Follow the above steps to build a great company.

How to extract emails from multiple documents…

Here is simple ways to extract emails from PDFs, Microsoft Docs or Text Files with examples in Linux or Windows Cygwin:

1. Extract Emails from Microsoft documents (*.doc,*.docx):

  • Install tool catdoc using apt-get or yum or download in windows.
  • Copy all the docs in a single folder from which you want to extract emails.
  • Run the below command inside the folder:

for i in *.doc; do catdoc "$i" | grep -i -o '[A-Z0-9._%+-]\+@[A-Z0-9.-]\+\.[A-Z]\{2,4\}'; done

2. Extract Emails from PDFs:

  • Install tool pdf2txt.py using apt-get or yum or download in windows.
  • Copy all the pdfs in a single folder from which you want to extract emails
  • Run the below command inside the folder, and emails will be printed in console:

for i in *.pdf; do pdf2txt.py "$i" | grep -i -o '[A-Z0-9._%+-]\+@[A-Z0-9.-]\+\.[A-Z]\{2,4\}'; done

3. Extract Emails from textfiles:

  • Use grep command in linux/cygwin
  • Copy all the textfiles in a single folder
  • Run the below command and emails will be printed in console:

grep -i -o '[A-Z0-9._%+-]\+@[A-Z0-9.-]\+\.[A-Z]\{2,4\}'

Please share your comments below for any further details…