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Elizabeth I, CEO: Strategic Lessons from the Leader Who Built an Empire
Alan Axelrod (au)
In business terms, Queen Elizabeth I of England was the CEO who managed history’s greatest “corporate turnaround.” In 1558, she inherited a business in trouble. Burdened by runaway inflation & a debased currency, bereft of strategic alliances, torn by internal dissent, & eyed by competitors bent on takeover, her business -- England -- was on the brink of ruin. 45 years later, it was the richest & most powerful nation in Europe. This book condenses Elizabeth’s leadership wizardry into management lessons today’s business leaders can employ in their quest for excellence. Anyone who is a leader will find much to emulate in her successful reign, incl. strategies for communicating a vision of excellence, nurturing creativity, & turning crisis into triumph.
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