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The Art Of Corporate Success

Author : Ken Auletta
ISBN : 9781504018593
Genre : Business & Economics
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A revealing portrait of one of the world’s finest, yet most opaque, companies—and the quiet genius who made it thrive Ken Auletta set out to locate one of the world’s most prosperous businesses and explain its formula for success. He searched for an enterprise with a vivid chief executive and found that company in Schlumberger Limited, a multinational oilfield services firm with skyrocketing profits and a reputation as one of the best-managed global corporations. Auletta also found his fascinating CEO in Jean Riboud, a man who had eluded media attention even though he had guided Schlumberger for 2 decades. In this compelling portrait, Auletta brings the notoriously low-profile executive to life, detailing his unique style of management and the unusual corporate culture he nurtured. A self-proclaimed socialist from France, Riboud fought in the resistance during World War II, was captured by the Nazis, and was held prisoner at the Buchenwald concentration camp. He joined Schlumberger as an assistant and quickly rose through the company’s ranks. Although he was admired for his fierce drive for perfection and eye for long-term planning and expansion, Riboud distanced himself from his corporate cohorts and instead socialized with a diverse group of artists, writers, and politicians. Brilliant and paradoxical, Riboud makes for a fascinating subject in Auletta’s comprehensive and illuminating book.

Write To The Top

Author : Deborah Dumaine
ISBN : 9780812968989
Genre : Business & Economics
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Thoroughly updated and revised, this practical guide to the art of corporate writing explains how to create materials for any business needs, covering the basics of grammar, editing, e-mail, PowerPoint presentations, proposals, Web content, and more. Original. 15,000 first printing.

The Eternally Successful Organization

Author : Philip B. Crosby
ISBN : UCSC:32106011638464
Genre : Business & Economics
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The author of Quality Is Free offers his proven, step-by-step program for keeping a company fiscally fit, discussing the histories of great companies who have benefited from his program. Reprint.

Around The Corporate Campfire

Author : Evelyn Clark
ISBN : 9781932863048
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 31. 30 MB
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Business Confidential

Author : Peter Earnest
ISBN : 9780814414484
Genre : Business & Economics
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From the situation room to the boardroom: intelligence secrets to win your corporate warucold or hot.

Foundations Of Corporate Success

Author : John Kay
ISBN : 9780191610813
Genre : Business & Economics
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How did BMW recover from the edge of bankruptcy to become on of Europe's strongest companies? Why did Saatchi and Saatchi's global strategy bring the company to its knees? Why has Philips's outstanding record in innovation not been translated into success in the market? What can be learnt from the marriage contract about the conduct of commercial negotiations? These are some of the questions addressed as John Kay asks `What makes a business successful?' Drawing on his own business experience and on concepts in economics, legal theory, and sociology, the author presents a fresh approach to questions of business strategy. He rejects the military analogy which underpins much strategic thinking, in which success depends on size and share, on vision and leadership, on shifting patterns of mergers and alliances. John Kay argues that outstanding businesses derive their strength from a distinctive structure of relationships with employees, customers, and suppliers, and explains why continuity and stability in these relationships is essential for a flexible and co-operative response to change. By integrating organizational and financial perspectives on the performance of the firm, Kay not only gives insights into the creation of effective business strategies, but sheds light on the success - and failure - of national economies. As the single market develops, this book - full of insight and rigour, yet lively in style - is probably the most important European contribution to strategic thinking for many years. It will be vital reading for all who want to understand what distinguishes the successful company.

Waste Management

Author : Timothy C. Jacobson
ISBN : UCSC:32106010092143
Genre : Business & Economics
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Recounts how Waste Management, Inc. created a business opportunity out of the growing environmental movement over the past twenty years, becoming the world's largest and most successful provider of environmental management services.

Write Up The Corporate Ladder

Author : Kevin Ryan
ISBN : 0814471501
Genre : Business & Economics
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Annotation Ryan, a freelance writer and consultant, offers techniques and tips for writing effectively in any business situation and interviews successful business writers, journalists, and senior executives on their backgrounds, methods, and attitudes. Annotation (c)2003 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (

The Executive Calling

Author : Roger D. Andersen
ISBN : 9781599793467
Genre : Business & Economics
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There are a vast number of Christians in professional and management positions in corporate America who wish to lead as Christ intended. The Executive Calling describes how they can to reconcile their faith with corporate cultures in ways that can enable them to lead effectively and righteously. This book not only challenges current Christian leaders in corporations to discover God’s calling for them in their jobs, but calls younger professional and college students to consider leadership careers in the corporate world. Roger Andersen, once vice president of PepsiCo, breaks new ground for anyone who is struggling with reconciling career success and obedient service to Jesus. In these ten expansive chapters—rich in sound, biblical wisdom, and mixed with Andersen's insights from thirty-years of experience—readers will discover why Christians can and are, indeed, called to excel in the corporate world. It examines Scriptural advice on the most important leadership qualities and successful management practices. Available at the end of the book is a comprehensive Christian Executive's Study Guide that is perfectly suited for further individual, small group, or devotional study.

Who Really Matters

Author : Art Kleiner
ISBN : 0385510985
Genre : Business & Economics
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In a breakthrough Organization Man for the twenty-first century, bestselling author Art Kleiner reveals that every organization is driven by a desire to satisfy a Core Group of influential individuals and explains why understanding this group’s expectations is the key to success. When corporate leaders announce, with seeming sincerity, “We make our decisions on behalf of our shareholders,” their words are taken at face value. But as recent news stories prove, this imperative is routinely violated. In Who Really Matters, Art Kleiner argues that the dissonance between a declared mission and actual operation can be seen at organizations large and small. All organizations have one motive in common. Every decision—which projects to back, who to promote, or how to spend money—is affected by the perceived wants and needs of a core group of people “who really matter.” The composition of the group can differ from organization to organization. Often, the most senior people in the hierarchy are members—but not always. Sometimes, the people who “matter” can extend far down the corporate ladder, or even reach outside the company to include key customers, labor union leaders, and stockholders. Kleiner gives readers clues about how to identify a core group’s real mission by observing its day-to-day actions, listening to the fundamental message it sends employees, examining its management of new members; understanding the ideas that shape its policies about management, money, and the way the world works; and avoiding the taboos governing the way it operates. Whether you’re a member of the Core Group—or want to be—this deft, engaging blend of argument and observation, anecdotes and advice, is the one guide you’ll need to achieve your career goals and aspirations by navigating the hidden pathways in any organization, large or small.

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