In his trademark straight-talking style, legendary auto executive Lee Iacocca speaks his mind on the most pressing issues facing America today: the shortage of responsible leaders in the business world and in government; the nation's damaged relations with its longtime allies; the challenges presented by the emergence of China and India on the world's economic stage; the decline of the American car business; and the state of the American family.
Iacocca shares the lessons he's learned from a lifetime of hard work and adventure, of spectacular successes and stunning defeats, of integrity and grace and good old-fashioned American optimism.
About the Author
Lee Iacocca is a former president of both the Ford Motor Company, where he created the Mustang, and the Chrysler Corporation, which he famously -- and more or less single-handedly -- saved from ruin. Now retired, he spends his time travelling, giving speeches, and supporting The Iacocca Foundation, which funds research for a cure for diabetes.
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Comments about Where Have All the Leaders Gone:
Entertaining read. Iacocca at his best criticising US corporate greed and providing alternate paths for US home industries and multinationals.
Number Of Pages: 274
Published: 4th August 2008
Publisher: Simon & Schuster Ltd
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 19.8 x 13.0 x 2.0
Weight (kg): 0.198