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" Who ought to be boss?" is like asking "Who ought to be the tenor in the quartet? "
My Life and Work - Page 264
by Henry Ford, Samuel Crowther - 1922 - 289 pages
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The Corporate Board: Confronting the Paradoxes

Ada Demb, F.-Friedrich Neubauer - Business & Economics - 1992 - 224 pages
...20-36. 4 Whose Responsibility: The Board or Management? The question "Who ought to be the boss?" is like asking "Who ought to be the tenor in the quartet?" Obviously, the man who can sing tenor. HENRY FORD (1863-1947) Who Should Wear the Crown? A famous papal decision from medieval times that...
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Fad Surfing in the Boardroom: Managing in the Age of Instant Answers

Eileen C. Shapiro - Business & Economics - 1996 - 254 pages
...the "Gourmet Night" episode of John Cleese's Fawlty Towers "The question 'Who ought to be boss?' is like asking, 'Who ought to be the tenor in the quartet?' Obviously, the man who can sing tenor." — Henry Ford (1863-1947) internal environment of The Chez Tres Chic; the decisions made by both of...
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O. Eugene Pickett: Borne on a Wintry Wind

Tom Owen-Towle - Religion - 1996 - 222 pages
...and in the situation. ..." Henry Ford put it more bluntly: "The question, 'who ought to be boss?' is like asking 'who ought to be the tenor in the quartet?'. Obviously, the person who can sing tenor!" Shakespeare wrote that "some are born great . . . others have greatness...
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The Seven Fatal Management Sins: Understanding and Avoiding Managerial ...

John W. Collis - Business & Economics - 1998 - 261 pages
...we make a life by what we give. — Winston Churchill The question, "Who ought to be the boss?" is like asking, "Who ought to be the tenor in the quartet?" Obviously, the man who can sing tenor. — Henry Ford We choose directors for all the wrong reasons. Complete authority with no responsibility...
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For a successful man

...up, and goes. JOHN ERSKINE The question: "Who ought to be the boss?" is like saying "Who ought to he the tenor in the quartet?" Obviously, the man who can sing tenor. HENRY FORD We are not interested in the possibilities of defeat. QUEEN VICTORIA All men of action ....
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Schools of Democracy: A Political History of the American Labor Movement

Clayton Sinyai - History - 2006 - 292 pages
..."I am for the kind of democracy that gives to each an equal chance according to his ability. . . . Democracy has nothing to do with the question 'Who...proletariat. Would that have reared another tenor to take his place?"43 Also much like Taylor, Ford believed that correctly ordering production could bring everyone...
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The Ministry Staff Member: A Contemporary, Practical Handbook to Equip ...

Douglas L. Fagerstrom - Religion - 2006 - 320 pages
...he will curse you, and you will pay for it. Two are better than one. Proverbs 30:10 Ecdesiastes 4:9 Who ought to be the tenor in the quartet? Obviously, the man who can sing tenor. Henry Ford Justin had been at Pine Mountain Community Church for about eleven months. As youth pastor,...
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Muddy Boots Leadership: Real Life Stories and Personal Examples of Good, Bad ...

John Chapman - History - 2005 - 174 pages
...because they feel you have value. Don't blow it. "The question Who ought to be boss [leader]?' is like Who ought to be the tenor in the quartet?' Obviously, the man who can sing tenor." —HENRY FORD "Defeat doesn't finish a man — quit does. A man is not finished when he's defeated....
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Great Thoughts to Sell By: Quotes to Motivate You to Success

Gerhard Gschwandtner - Business & Economics - 2007 - 224 pages
...natural plants; they need pruning by study. — SIR FRANCIS BACON The question "Who ought to be boss?" is like asking "Who ought to be the tenor in the quartet?" Obviously, the man who can sing tenor. — HENRY FORD You cannot acquire experience by making experiments. You cannot create experience. You...
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A Little Book on Men

Rahul Roy - Masculinity - 2007
...artificial state that must be won at all odds." (Shekhar Sheshadri) "Asking 'who ought to be the boss' is like asking 'who ought to be the tenor in the quartet?' Obviously, the man who can sing tenor." Henry Ford SUCCESSFUL MEN HAVE AMBITION. THEY HAVE ENTHUSIASM, COMMITMENT, AND PRIDE. THEY HAVE SELF_DISCIPLINE,...
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