Corporate Dictatorship: The Evil Behind the Collapse of the World's Economy

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Prothics Consulting, 2009 - Business & Economics - 291 pages
Today's top business executives are like celebrities; they are the rock stars of capitalism and a cornerstone of public life. Unfortunately, we tend to think that their leadership is infallible. We never account for the fact that they may err, they can be biased, and it is normal that they have weaknesses and desires that can possibly be malicious. Unfortunately, many corporate empires are falling, taking with them billions of dollars of workers' hard-earned savings. Corporate Dictatorship is one of the first books to focus exclusively on the topic of dictatorships within organizations. The similarities among state leaders and many of today's corporate executives is intriguing--the way they manage their companies, treat their employees, communicate with investors, and deal with opposition and minority opinions. The book presents analysis and pragmatic governance ideas that prove that ethical leadership can simultaneously coexist with financial and market share leadership.

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Dr. Yasser Nafei is the founder and president of Prothics Consulting. The firm defines and implements ethical decision-making guidelines and provides leadership training to corporations in the United States, Canada, Europe, and the Middle East. Throughout a twenty-year career, he worked for numerous multinational corporations, including Alcatel, IBM, Motorola, Nortel Networks, and Tellabs. His several global assignments covered a wide range of disciplines--engineering, research and development, quality, technology strategy, and mergers and acquisitions. He holds a bachelor's and master's degree in Electrical Engineering, a master's of science in telecommunications, and a Ph.D. in organization development.

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