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The Power of Confidence: Genesis and Structure of the Way of
     

The Power of Confidence: Genesis and Structure of the Way of "Spiritual Childhood" of St. Therese of Lisieux

by Conrad De Meester, Jerome T. Coe, Patrick V. Ahern (Editor)
 

Unlikely Victory argues that GE's diversification into the chemical business was not planned by headquarters, but initiated by a small group of forward-thinking employees who reshaped GE's corporate culture. Chemical industry executives and teachers of business management should find this case study highly valuable, and others will find it fascinating. "[Coe] tells

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Unlikely Victory argues that GE's diversification into the chemical business was not planned by headquarters, but initiated by a small group of forward-thinking employees who reshaped GE's corporate culture. Chemical industry executives and teachers of business management should find this case study highly valuable, and others will find it fascinating. "[Coe] tells a remarkable story, and Unlikely Victory merits a place on any bookshelf of corporate histories."—David M. Kiefer, Chemical & Engineering News

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ISBN-13:
9780818908194
Publisher:
Chemical Heritage Foundation
Publication date:
06/28/2005
Pages:
219
Sales rank:
1,144,828
Product dimensions:
14.00(w) x 20.80(h) x 2.60(d)

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