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Excellent resource on the practices of several of the best business leaders of our time. There's something to learn from the story of each CEO, and even more in the contrast between some of these great leaders. This is a great book. I found it easy to listen to and quite interesting, though, in my opinion, the case studies did more to detract from the message than add to it.
Excellent treatise on modern leadership and corporate knowhow. Anyone who desires to actually learn and practice the skills of leadership should put this book on their must read list. It was well written and easy to listen to.
I believe that this is the first book of the many that I have reviewed that I have given 5 stars to. What a great resource! I had no problem listening a 2nd and 3rd time to it before returning it. As you go through each of the CEO's, you realize underlying similarities, as well as an understanding of how their philosophies span into other areas. Definitely a must read (listen)!!
Jeffrey A. Krames is publisher and editor-in-chief of McGraw-Hill's trade division. The editor of four previous books on Jack Welch, including the national bestseller "Jack Welch and the GE Way", Krames has written for "The New York Times", "The Wall Street Journal", "Barron's", and other publications. He has appeared on CNN and PBS and been quoted in "Time", "Newsweek", "BusinessWeek", and other periodicals.