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Leadership Power Plays


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Format: Paperback, 224pp.
ISBN: 9780071475594
Publisher: McGraw-Hill
Pub. Date: December 7, 2006

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The Last Word in Success from the First Name in Business The new Power Plays series from BusinessWeek analyzes the hard-hitting, highly focused insights from the biggest power players in business, such as Warren Buffett and Steve Jobs, on a range of topics essential for success in today's competitive market. Each book includes real case studies, proven strategies, and the keen industry insight that has made BusinessWeek the world's number-one authority.
  • Each specialized playbook showcases the top industry leaders and headline-making success stories that everyone wants to know about-and learn from
  • Features the wisdom of top business power players, including Jack Welch, Steve Jobs, Ken Chenault, and Bill Weldon
  • Packed with best-practice sidebars, call-outs, how-to strategies, to-do lists, and insider advice in a breezy, no-nonsense style
  • Arms managers and executives with tools they can put to work immediately
  • Each book will include interactive features and downloads on BusinessWeek.com

This practical book shows how to adapt the winning strategies of the world's most successful leaders-including insights into figures like Jack Welch and A. G. Lafley.

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BusinessWeek is the world's number-one business magazine, famous for its award-winning coverage, inside information, and annual rankings of businesses. Established in 1929, the magazine set a new industry standard and ultimately expanded its enormous popularity through the website, BusinessWeek.com.

Table of Contents
Introduction: Stephen J. Adlervii
Jack Welch: How to Run GE1
Steve Ballmer: Remaking Microsoft23
George David: UTC's Unsung CEO37
Alan G. Lafley: The P&G Revolution51
Carlos Ghosn: Nissan's Boss65
Norman Adami: It's Norman Time at Miller75
Dick Parsons: Rescuing AOL Time Warner85
Andy Stern: Can This Man Save Labor?101
Jamie Houghton: Back from the Brink at Corning113
T. K. Kurien: Wipro Takes a Page from Toyota's Playbook125
Howard Solomon: The Personal Business of Forest Laboratories133
Terry Semel: Yahoo! Act Two145
Arthur Levinson: Genentech's Medicine Man157
Fujio Mitarai: Putting the Flash Back in Canon167
Trends: The Man Who Invented Management175

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