Welch's optimistic, no excuses, get-it-done mind-set is riveting. Packed with personal anecdotes and written in Jack's distinctive no-b.s. voice, Winning is a great read and a great business book. It offers deep insights, original thinking, and nuts-and-bolts advice that are bound to change the way people think about work.
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"It's difficult to think of anyone in business who wouldn't benefit from reading this savvy, engaging cubicle-to-boardroom guide to success." (Publishers Weekly)
I read this business title in hard copy on a recent business trip and found it a useful skim. Much like all the Lee Iaccoca books and lectures that we suffered through in the 80s and 90s, this man is a (very successful) gas-bag. Pick it up for a quick skim at best, there are some good career lessons and caveats in the book.
...content. Really enjoyed listening to his wisdom. plenty of real life examples. lots of good stories that can be applied next day in your comany
Quite nice book.
It's chapters division and clear speech make it easy to the listener to enviaion what is said and for what reason.
Even for non-businessmen/women, this book gives helpful insight on managing anu kind of relationship,
I've always had a passion to win as an associate, team leader, and middle manager. This read left me incredibly thirsty - loved listening to Jack talk about his philosophies. Business is a fun game - one that important written, and unwritten, rules... this book sums it up.
Great book for all the stuff middle to upper level management encounters. I actually enjoyed Jack's narration.
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