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The methods of 12 top investors
The principal author of this book, John P Reese, was a successful businessman with degrees from MIT (a member of the Artificial Intelligence Laboratory) and Harvard Business School. He was a computer engineer who had built a networking company which he sold to a much bigger firm “for a good deal of money.” With the money he got, Reese started investing...
How do you evaluate the performance of a business? The most obvious answer is by looking at how much profit it has earned. But it isn’t as simple as it sounds, because organisations provide a plethora of reports at the end of the year to summarise their annual performance. Picking up key elements from these reports to evaluate their performance could be a daunting task, except for...
Do leaders decide on the spur?
Are making timely and effective ‘judgement calls’ crucial differentiators in leadership? They are, assert the authors. Boeing’s McNerney quickly made a judgement call to make a complete confession to the congressional committee on the misdeeds of his predecessor and scripted his own story based on transparency. AG Lafley of Procter & Gamble needed to make...