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10 Best & 10 Worst Decisions of Australian Ceos - THIS IS A REMAINDER STOCK COPY - PLEASE READ DESCRIPTION

by: Gottliebsen Robert

On-line Price: $24.95 (includes GST)

Paperback package 320

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Retail Price: $29.95

Publisher: VIKING,03/03/2003

Category: Level:

ISBN: 0670040355
ISBN13: 9780670040353

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**THIS IS A PREOWNED COPY. Book has been read, and shows some shelfwear to covers and edges of pages. Otherwise in good condition** *Please contact bookware customer service for more information* Robert Gottliebsen's 10 Best and 10 Worst Decisions of Australian CEOs charts the course of twenty business decisions of the 1990s that led to Australia's worst losses and greatest successes. From the ridiculous extravagances of Ray Williams and Jodee Rich, to the sure guidance of Chris Corrigan and Gerry Harvey, this is Australian business at its very worst and its very best.

Through Gottliebsen's expert analysis, patterns emerge for what makes good business and good corporate governance. What also emerges is that the shocking collapses of HIH, Ansett and One.Tel were both foreseeable and preventable. From the twenty stories of success and failure, Robert Gottliebsen draws sixty valuable lessons for executives, board members, shareholders, management students and, most importantly, business owners. Learning to recognise good decision-making patterns and following in the footsteps of our most brilliant CEOs could well lead other Australian businesses to national and global success.