Where Have All the Leaders Gone? is a New York Times bestseller book by Lee Iacocca, the former CEO of Chrysler. It was published in Pete said: I’m listening to the audiobook of Lee Iacocca’s Where Have All the Lee Iacocca, in answering the question “Where Have All the Leaders Gone,” fails . Iacocca, the bestselling author and former president of Ford and Chrysler, is back to sound a howl of anger against the sad state of leadership.
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The motivations behind the war in Iraq are questionable, and the execution of the war has been a disaster. He even evaluates some of the top candidates from both parties on how well they measure up on each of his principles of leadership. I did find his “Rah Rah America” and naive historical references frustrating up until Gitmo – America abided by the Geneva convention And Starbucks spends more on health insurance than it does on coffee beans.
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He has to listen to people outside leadera the “Yes, sir” crowd in his inner circle. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.
No trivia or quizzes yet. He goes on a long, rambling rant about the auto industry.
First half of the book was filled with a lot of anti-Bush commentary. At age 82, he has seen the U. I think people gave listen to me.
Where Have All the Leaders Gone? by Lee Iacocca
Filed Under barack obamalee iacocca. He’d rather clear brush on his ranch than immerse himself in the business of governing. Like many pundits it is easy to point out flaws in the system, but what can we do for solutions? Bush has set the all-time record for number of vacation days taken by a U.
He did a series of so-called town hall meetings last year, in auditoriums packed with his most devoted fans. Gas prices are skyrocketing, and nobody in power has a coherent energy policy. But when you look around, you’ve got to ask: Not worth fishing for!
If you’re a politician, courage means taking a position even when you know it will cost you votes. We are bitching and complaining, but keeping far enough away from the mud-wrestling pit that we will not get splattered.
Where Have All the Leaders Gone? | Book by Lee Iacocca | Official Publisher Page | Simon & Schuster
And he naturally spends a portion of his time defending his legacy and the auto industry. It took a “thumping” on election day to wake him up, but even then you got the feeling he wasn’t listening so much as he was calculating how to do a better job of convincing everyone he was right. Lee Iacocca was perhaps the man most responsible for CEOs becoming celebrities and super millionaires. This is a surprisingly outspoken take on the pressing need for real leadership in this country.
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Where Have All the Leaders Gone?
Who would have thought that the mastermind behind hwere success of the minivan would be so uninspiring. I’ve said for years that it’s not the government that will save us. This is more like somebody just musing about the good ol’ days!
I’m going to speak up because it’s my patriotic duty. Leaders are made, not born. Maybe we can learn something before we go to the polls in A really fun book. Just a man who wants iacoccs final say. I reference it in some of my own draft books. The final third weakens a bit and becomes more of a rant. Return to Book Page. You know, think outside the box.