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|Advice and Reflections From and For the Real, Former, Almost, and Wanna-Be |
Super-Rich . . . and Others Steven D. Price. If you do it right 51 percent of the time
you will end up a hero. —Alfred P. Sloan I'd love to build a company that will ...
|34 If you do it right 51 percent of the time you will end up a hero. Alfred P. Sloan (|
1875-1966) U.S. president of General Motors. Quoted in Corporate Cultures (
Deal and Kennedy; 1982) 35 lb reach this chair from which the Nobel lecture is ...
|More pithily, he told his managers that “Bedside manners are no substitute for the |
right diagnosis,” and “If you do it right 51 percent of the time, you will end up a
hero.” In My Years with General Motors, he dispensed career advice: “Get the
|most managers today would be very reluctant to admit that their cherished |
procedures are no more nor less than rituals. What do we ... And, as Alfred Sloan
of GM reportedly said, "If you do it right 51 percent of the time you will end up a
|❝If you do it right 51 percent of the time you will end up a hero.❞ —ALFRED P. |
SLOAN, Former President and Chairman, of Carrollton, Texas, Ken Frederickson
was concerned that Children's was not included as an ac- cepted medical center
|Do you want randomness? ... Community Chest If you do it right 51 percent of the |
time you will end up a hero. —Alfred P. Sloan, former president. General Motor.
Consider this question: Who among us experiences true randomness in the ...
|“If you do it right 51 percent of the time you will end up a hero.” —Alfred P. Sloan, |
CEO of General Motors Corp., 1923–1946 “We let our quality go bad. We got
careless; we got sloppy; we built lousy quality cars.” —Henry Ford II, Ford Motor
|In contrast to heroes, villains inspire a culture's members to rally against a 'foe'. |
Villains may be leaders of another (usually competitor) ... 'If you do it right 51 per
cent of the time, you will end up a hero. Everything else involved in the process is
|Insightful, bold, irreverent, and raw, The Fault in Our Stars is award-winning-author John Green’s most ambitious and heartbreaking work yet, brilliantly exploring the funny, thrilling, and tragic business of being alive and in love.|
|My introduction is qlways, If I do not know. the man, "My name is Grant, and I am |
with the Penn Muluul Life Insurance Company. ... We are always glad to find that
man who is well insrred, but you know if we did not circulate we would not find
the man ... we will give you a bond that you will live and remain in good health for
any number of years that you desire, up to 60; ... thoroughly, and would come
right hero to your office and make an examination here without taking any of your