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Sinopse

A revised and updated edition of the business classic that has sold over 300,000 copies worldwide, but has never been published in the UK.

‘The most influential consultant alive.’ Fortune

Have you ever noticed that the best CEOs seem to have a special kind of intelligence, an ability to sense where the opportunities in their industries are and how to take advantage of them? The best have a knack for simplifying the most complex business practices down to the fundamentals – the same fundamentals of the small family business.

In What the CEO Wants You To Know, Ram Charan explains in clear, simple language how to do what great CEOs do instinctively and persistently – understand the basic building blocks of a company and use them to figure out how to make it work as a total business. Being able to decide what to do when, despite the clutter of day-to-day to-do lists and the complexity of the real world, takes the mystery out of business and offers a clear road map of organisational success.

First published in 2001 (with over 300,000 copies sold worldwide) but never before published in the UK, this business classic has been completely rewritten and updated with new stories from today’s market leaders and companies, and the latest insights from the cutting edge of management research.

‘One of the world’s most renowned management consultants and authors.’ Fast Company

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Autor

Ram Charan

Consultor e conferencista muito solicitado, famoso entre os executivos de topo pela sua habilidade singular para resolver os problemas mais difíceis. Durante mais de 35 anos, Ram Charan trabalhou nos bastidores com os diretores executivos de algumas das melhores empresas do mundo, dando conselhos práticos e relevantes que levam em conta as complexidades reais do mundo empresarial. É também coautor de Execution; The Game-Changer e Confronting Reality; e autor de What the CEO Wants you to Know, Leadership in the Era of Economic Uncertainty, bem como Know-How e O Que Querem os Clientes, estes dois últimos publicados pela Actual.

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