Anatomy of an American Corporation

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AuthorHouse, Oct 1, 2005 - Fiction - 416 pages
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This is a fictionalized treatisecombining the many real occurrences as they happened at several aerospace companies the author has had the pleasure of being employed. The human aspects, as they appear in this book, still occur on a daily basis with probably no corrective actions possible to prevent them from happening again. The lack of good management, good planning, good administrative processes and procedures, and a "don't give a damn" attitude set the stage for the imminent failure of the company. This story is about one man's struggle to take such a company and turn it from loss to profit in less than 18 months. This will require complete reorganization, changing the company culture, mass firings of executives, and eliminating greed and corruption from the rank and file. The question is: can it be done?

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