Overview

In this engaging book, award-winning business writer Rod McQueen examines how the pugnacious personality and hard-driving leadership style of Dominic D'Alessandro led Manulife Financial to its position as one of the largest and most profitable life insurance companies in North America, and the fourth largest in the world. From D'Alessandro's role in the successful demutualization and conversion of the company to public company status in 1999, which set the stage for Manulife to become a world leader, to ...
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Manulife

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Overview

In this engaging book, award-winning business writer Rod McQueen examines how the pugnacious personality and hard-driving leadership style of Dominic D'Alessandro led Manulife Financial to its position as one of the largest and most profitable life insurance companies in North America, and the fourth largest in the world. From D'Alessandro's role in the successful demutualization and conversion of the company to public company status in 1999, which set the stage for Manulife to become a world leader, to D'Alessandro's successful completion of Canada's largest cross-border merger, Manulife captures the story of 15 years of outstanding business leadership.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780143175261
  • Publisher: Penguin Group (USA)
  • Publication date: 9/7/2009
  • Sold by: Penguin Group
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 1
  • Sales rank: 1,357,098
  • File size: 4 MB

Meet the Author

Rod McQueen, one of Canada’s best-known and respected writers, is the author of a number of nationally bestselling and award-winning books. They include The Eatons, which won the Canadian Authors Association Award for Canadian History, and Who Killed Confederation Life?, which won the National Business Book Award. Can’t Buy Me Love, Rod McQueen’s most recent book, was a finalist for the National Business Book Award in 2002.
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