Culture Defeats Strategy
In the book Culture Defeats Strategy, Coach Randy Jackson takes you into his unique sports program and shows you how he created one of the top sports cultures in the country. He uses stories from his experiences that will bring home his message of program building and leadership development. A must-read anyone wanting to create a championship culture or become an impactful leader.
I’m convinced that you must be intentional in developing a championship culture for your program. Randy’s book is the perfect ‘how to’ to make this happen. I recommend for any coach that wants to take their program to the next level.
Chad Morris – Head College Football Coach
Randy’s ability to motivate and share his vision with his coaches and players is what sets him apart. This book will give you insight into how he defines culture in both his program and in life. If you want to build a culture for your organization Randy’s specific strategies will help you.
Brian Cain – Peak Performance Coach
The book is a MUST READ for anyone wanting to create a championship culture. Randy is one of the elite coaches in the U.S. who has created his success by building a championship mindset and he can help you do this for your program also.
Dr. Rob Gilbert – Creator of Success Hotline
This book will change you, improve your program, and help you WIN MORE! You’ll find a ton of incredibly simple, but amazingly powerful strategies that’ll be instantly effective. I GUARANTEE IT!
This is a must have for coaches of competitive sports! If you want to learn how to build a championship culture, this book will give you the tools! Randy Jackson gives you a specific process for changing and growing the culture of your team. His process is proven and every coach can implement these strategies!
I really enjoyed reading this book and found it helpful in adding a valuable aspect to our football program. In the book, there are lots of examples of ways that Coach Jackson has built programs as a Texas High School football coach. His stories about being fired despite the field success as well as detailing his turnaround seasons at Poteet and at Grapevine are helpful in providing some practical ideas for building our program.