The Packer Way: Nine Stepping Stones to Building a Winning Organization

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Macmillan, Sep 18, 1999 - Business & Economics - 288 pages
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The Packer Way is an instructive book on the business of getting your team to the top -- an essential guide for leaders and managers of any organization by the man who rebuilt the Green Bay Packers into Super Bowl champions. Ron Wolf achieved his goal of creating pro football's best team by using the nine coe stepping stones he outlines here. Whether you're managing a small start-up company or are the CEO of a major corporation, Ron Wolf's leadership principles will be invaluable to your organization's success.
  

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In only eight years, under the leadership of vice president/general manager Wolf, the National Football League's Green Bay Packers made five straight playoff appearances, won three Central Division ... Read full review

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Contents

STEPPING STONE NO 1 Identify What Needs to Be Fixed
15
STEPPING STONE NO 2 Hire the Best Before Anyone Else Does
41
STEPPING STONE NO 3 Developing an Obsession with Winning Today
69
STEPPING STONE NO 4 Play to Your Strengths
95
STEPPING STONE NO 5 Use the four Cs to Measure Performance
119
STEPPING STONE NO 6 Making It Work
147
STEPPING STONE NO 7 Keeping It Going
177
STEPPING STONE NO 8 Handling the Unexpected
211
STEPPING STONE NO 9 Staying on Top
235
Epilogue
261
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About the author (1999)

Wolf's career in the National Football League spans more than 30 years.

Attner is a senior writer for The Sporting News.

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