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Publisher's Summary

Business gurus and best-selling authors Noel M. Tichy and Warren G. Bennis put their heads together for this vital book on making good decisions. According to the authors, the essence of good leadership is the ability to make consistently sound judgments. While many believe people are either born with this ability or not, Tichy and Bennis explain that it can be developed - and it can lead to greatness. Judgment will have listeners making better decisions in no time.
©2007 Noel Tichy; 2007 Warren Bennis (P)2007 Recorded Books

Critic Reviews

"This is an instant classic that will be read and consulted by leaders - and those who seek to become leaders - for years to come." (Richard D. Parsons, chairman and CEO, Time Warner)
"Great calls deserve a comparable book to explain them, and now we have one. Read, learn, enjoy." (George P. Shultz, former United States Secretary of State)
" Judgment is a singular achievement. It's just the right blend of management wisdom and leadership action." (Howard Schultz, founder and chairman, Starbucks)

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  • WINDERMERE, FL, United States
  • 03-01-10

Probably better as a book.

It is an interesting book, with lots of examples of big companies and how the got through hard decisions through the application of a supposed framework of sound judgment, and how other companies failed. It's OK except when it gets to the tabulated areas, which get very monotonous. Those parts don't carry well to this format.

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