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Synergy and Other Lies: Downsizing,…

Synergy and Other Lies: Downsizing, Bureaucracy, and Corporate Culture…

by Harold Geneen

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Harold Geneen is widely hailed as one of the greatest innovators the business world has ever known. In his final book, the father of the conglomerate who called himself "just plain Harold" took on the popular beliefs and practices in the business world today, and championed the no-nonsense values that served him so well. The result is the equivalent of a master class with one of the most accomplished businessmen of our time.

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