Why Smart Executives Fail: And What You Can Learn from Their Mistakes

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$25.00
Publisher
Portfolio
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Pages
336
Dimensions
5.4 X 8.3 X 0.6 inches | 0.6 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781591840459

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About the Author
A professor of strategy and leadership at Dartmouth's Tuck School of Business, Sydney Finkelstein is a leading figure in worldwide executive education. His writing has appeared in the Harvard Business Review, Organizational Dynamics, and other leading journals.
Reviews
"If you think you know what's bringing down the leaders of the corporate world, think again. Written with tact and humor, and offering tremendous insight (often straight from the horse's mouth), Why Smart Executives Fail can be your road map for avoiding the rocky paths these leaders followed."--Alan Hassenfeld Chairman
"If you think you know what's bringing down the leaders of the corporate world, think again."
A marvel?a jargon-free business book based on serious research that offers genuine insights with clarity and sometimes even wit... it should be required reading not just for executives but for investors as well. ("The Wall Street Journal") Richly detailed storytelling and analysis. ("Fortune") A landmark book, certain to become a classic. (Warren Bennis) If you think you know what's bringing down the leaders of the corporate world, think again. (Alan Hassenfeld, Chairman and CEO, Hasbro Inc.)
A marvela jargon-free business book based on serious research that offers genuine insights with clarity and sometimes even wit... it should be required reading not just for executives but for investors as well. ("The Wall Street Journal") Richly detailed storytelling and analysis. ("Fortune") A landmark book, certain to become a classic. (Warren Bennis) If you think you know whats bringing down the leaders of the corporate world, think again. (Alan Hassenfeld, Chairman and CEO, Hasbro Inc.)
A marvelaa jargon-free business book based on serious research that offers genuine insights with clarity and sometimes even wit... it should be required reading not just for executives but for investors as well. ("The Wall Street Journal") Richly detailed storytelling and analysis. ("Fortune") A landmark book, certain to become a classic. (Warren Bennis) If you think you know whatas bringing down the leaders of the corporate world, think again. (Alan Hassenfeld, Chairman and CEO, Hasbro Inc.)