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Audie Award Winner, Business/Educational, 2014

Business guru Peter Drucker referred to the Salvation Army as "The most effective organization in the U.S." The Salvation Army has long been revered for its passionate adherence to its mission and purpose of delivering humanitarian and spiritual aid to anyone, no matter who they are. In this important book, former commissioner of the Salvation Army in the U.S. Robert Watson outlines those principles that not only guide that organization, but also can apply to companies, ministries, and organizations anywhere.

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  • Bill
  • Nalcrest, Florida United States
  • 03-27-15

Hard to get through

I try to listen to one self-improvement or betterment or history for each one of my passion - which is murder mystery.

This one just took a long time for me to listen to. The history of the Salvation Army is interesting, but I just found the general structure of the book somewhat boring.

That being said, it is clear the Salvation Army is : one hell of an organization...smile.

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