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  • Doing What Mattersby James M. Kilts; John F. Manfredi; Robert Lorber

    Crown Publishing Group 2007; US$ 17.00

    When Warren Buffett was asked why the Gillette board of directors chose Jim Kilts to be CEO, he said, ?Jim made as much sense in terms of talking about business as anybody I?ve ever talked to. If you listen to Jim analyze a business situation you get absolutely no baloney. And, frankly, finding someone like that is a rarity.? There is only one... more...

  • The Power of Inclusionby Michael C. Hyter; Judith L. Turnock; James M. Kilts

    Wiley 2009; US$ 55.00

    There is an enormous amount of wasted potential within organizations today because most do not adequately tap in to the wealth of human capital available to them. Most organizations believe that they are meritocracies, but that is a myth that masks the real situation of unequal opportunity that exists in most firms. Exclusionary tendencies are built... more...

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