Nightly Business Report Presents Lasting Leadership: What You Can Learn from the Top 25 Business People of Our Times

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Wharton School Pub., 2005 - Business & Economics - 266 pages
What outstanding leaders do, and how they do itActionable insights for achieving your own form of greatnessBuilding corporate culture that can withstand anythingWhat you can learn from Southwest s Herb Kelleher and J J s James BurkeKey attributes of lasting leadershipGiving voice to customers, giving voice to truthGetting smarter, fasterCase studies in building organizations that learn--and actReinventing your business: when it s time, how to do itLessons from the master: Steve JobsDiscovering underserved markets--and serving them profitablyMohammed Yunus: Profiting from entrepreneurship in the world s poorest communities The greatest business leaders of our generationHow they achieved the impossibleWhat you can learn from themHow to use those lessons to supercharge your career25 compelling profiles from two of the world s leading sources of business insight:Nightly Business Report and The Wharton School s KnowledgeWharton25 extraordinary leaders, 25 incisive profiles:Andy Grove, IntelBill Gates, MicrosoftJohn Bogle, The Vanguard GroupSteve Jobs, Apple & PixarWarren Buffett, Berkshire HathawayHerb Kelleher, Southwest AirlinesSam Walton, Wal-MartJack Welch, GEJeff Bezos, AmazonMary

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Leadership Insights Lasting Leadership. It is an ephemeral concept. While most of us when we see it demonstrated, few of us can articulate its attributes. Leaders are not alike; they demonstrate ... Read full review


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Nightly Business Report Presents Lasting Leadership: What You Can Learn from the Top 25 Business People of Our TimesAbout the Authors

Mukul Pandya is editor and director of Knowledge@Wharton, a web-based journal of research and business analysis published by The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.

A winner of four awards for investigative journalism, Mr. Pandya has more than twenty years of experience as a writer and editor. His articles have appeared in The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, The Economist, Time Magazine, The Philadelphia Inquirer, and many other publications. He coauthored Knowledge@Wharton on Building Corporate Value.

Mr. Pandya, who has an M.A. in economics from the University of Bombay, lives in Ewing, NJ, with his wife and daughter.

Robbie Shell, the managing editor of Knowledge@Wharton, has worked as a business reporter and editor for national news services, newspapers, and magazines throughout her career. She has covered both the White House and U.S. Supreme Court and taught journalism at the University of Virginia. Her freelance work most recently appeared in The Wall Street Journal. A graduate of Princeton University, she lives in Wynnewood, PA, with her husband and two sons.

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