Eat People: And Other Unapologetic Rules for Game-Changing Entrepreneurs
by Andy Kessler
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by Scott Patterson
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Alan Mulally, CEO of Ford Motor Company, was just named CEO of the Year. The linked interview below provides a summary of this view of the future of the car business and Ford Motor Company.
Read "CEO of the Year Alan Mulally: The Road Ahead" from Chief Executive Magazine.
Frustrated with Washington's inability to address our pressing national problems? Perhaps it has always been this way.
Read "Hip, Hip — if Not Hooray — for a Standstill Nation" from The New York Times.
How do companies encourage creative and innovative thinking? This article provides an interesting and surprising view of this timely topic.
Read "Creation Myth" from The New Yorker.
Andy Kessler is a columnist with the Wall Street Journal whose new book “Eat People and Other Unapologetic Rules for Game-Changing Entrepreneurs” takes a different and somewhat irreverent view of entrepreneurship today. The book is an easy read and combines a new spin on some classic economic theories along with different ideas for the “new” economy. I do not agree with all of his theories or conclusions and I doubt you will either. But the book is thought provoking and gives a person of my generation a different perspective. It’s worth the time and a fun read.
Check out “Eat People and Other Unapologetic Rules for Game-Changing Entrepreneurs” at Amazon.com or visit author Andy Kessler's website.
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