Taking Charge: Management Guide to Troubled Companies and Turnarounds available in Paperback
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- Beard Group Inc.
Strained financial resources, demoralized executives, fearful employees, unhappy customers, tense bankers, angry investors, and competitors waiting to pounce -- these are the classic challenges of turnarounds and troubled companies. Taking Charge is a management survival guide that explores the dynamics of troubled companies from the perspective of a turnaround pro, providing a step-by-step plan for success that is punctuated with real-world examples.
Topics include cash control, banking relationships, leadership style, entrepreneurship, equity versus debt, and downsizing and reorganization -- must reading not only for managers of troubled companies, but also for those in relatively stable companies anxious to avoid turnaround status. The principles first set forth in the original edition published in 1987 are still valid in this 1999 reprint edition.
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A step-by-step how-to book that discusses turnarounds in a straightfoward, no-nonsense manner (James D. Miller is Managing Partner, Arthur Andersen & Co.)