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Recommendation

C. Ray Johnson analyzes the thought processes used by successful CEOs and breaks them down into a simple, step-by-step formula anyone can practice. Focusing on the fundamentals, this book is an excellent overview for any manager eyeing advancement, and can help average managers become extraordinary managers. Use it to help you identify the simple decisions that underlie the complex particulars of any given business situation. The organization of the book makes it easy to find information relating to specific disciplines, yet it flows smoothly if you want to read it cover to cover. This is not an academic book, but a practical one, which the author developed based upon 25 years of lessons learned while managing diverse public and private companies with annual revenues ranging from $5 million to $500 million. getAbstract recommends this book to managers at any level, especially those who are working hard toward a promotion.

In this summary, you will learn

  • Why good business sense is the first prerequisite for a CEO;
  • How an executive’s core values anchor a business; and
  • Why a CEO must be comfortable delegating responsibility.
 

About the Author

C. Ray Johnson is chairman and CEO of Underground Technology Inc. He is a former Fortune 500 president.

 

Summary

Thinking Like a CEO
Regardless of your current rung on the corporate ladder, you can improve your performance if you learn to think like a CEO. Those who try to discern the secrets of successful CEOs mistakenly focus on what CEOs do. Doing is essential, but understanding the thought that...

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