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Winner and Final Chairman: An Expose of an American Corporate Power Struggle and $138 Million Golden Parachute

Norman E. Hill (Author)

ISBN: 0-7414-4773-8 ©2008
Price: $17.95
Book Size: 5.5'' x 8.5'' , 323 pages
Category/Subject: FICTION / General

If you read Barbarians at the Gates or followed Enron, you’ll enjoy this fictionalized version of a corporate power struggle. It shows how a visionary business plan, not followed through, and never-ending corporate politics, undid a promising turnaround.

If you read Barbarians at the Gates or were shocked by Enron’s fraudulent debacle, you should enjoy this fictionalized, hard-hitting version of a corporate power struggle. It shows how a visionary business plan that was not followed through, how never-ending, vicious corporate politics in which a new set of bureaucrats took over from a previously entrenched one, and how executive boredom and carelessness following hard-fought achievement, undid an initially most promising corporate turnaround. Then, along with a conglomerate sale at a bargain price, shareholder hides were further singed by an unprecedented golden parachute award.

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Customer Reviews

  Egos and Agendas , 09/18/2008
Reviewer: Barbara Hanson Dennis
Review of Winner and Final Chairman: Norman E. Hill writes from a wealth of corporate experience in Winner and Final Chairman. Hill crafts a story about a variety of egos and agenda with a cast of characters that rivals a Russian novel. Hill thoughtfully has a glossary of characters and organizations to help the reader keep track while following the thread of corporate greed and self-aggrandizement running through the book. Hill’s sectional headings sound like many organizations: “Stagnation, Frustration and Redirection” to “Domination –or Dominoes?” Whether you are a casual reader or a business leader, you will enjoy and learn from Winner and Final Chairman. ….Barbara Hanson Dennis, business consultant and college administrator

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