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The Outsiders Thorndike Pdf Download

 

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The Outsiders Thorndike Pdf Download

 

Singleton and seven other chief executives including Bill Anders of General Dynamics, the aerospace company, and John Malone of TCI, the cable television company are identified by Thorndike as exemplary corporate leaders. Printed from: Print a single copy of this article for personal use. Who? Singleton was a mathematician who played chess blindfolded and became one of historys great CEOs, founding the conglomerate Teledyne in the early 1960s. Thorndike concedes that Welch, during whose tenure GE outperformed the S&P 500 index by 3.3 times, was an undeniably great CEO, but wasnt even in the same zip code as Henry Singleton. Thorndikes focus on these unassuming chief executives lends the book a somewhat boring tone. If you had invested $1 in Teledyne in 1963, writes Thorndike, it would have been worth $180 when Singleton retired as chairman in 1990, during a bear market. Instead, their management style shared common traits a focus on per share value rather than sales or earnings; a talent for allocating capital and human resources; a focus on cash flow; and a decentralised management structure allowing local managers autonomy to release entrepreneurial zeal. These geniuses, says Thorndike, are the Isaac Newtons of business, struck apple-like by enormously powerful ideas that they proceed to execute with maniacal focus and determination. Contact us if you wish to print more to distribute to others. Please don't cut articles from FT.com and redistribute by email or post to the web. The company outperformed the index by more than 12 times during his tenure. You may share using our article tools. Privacy policy Terms Copyright . The Financial Times Ltd 2016 FT and �Financial Times� are trademarks of The Financial Times Ltd. But, according to William Thorndike, author of The Outsiders: Eight Unconventional CEOs and Their Radically Rational Blueprint for Success, Welch emphatically is not the best. He gave shareholders fantastic returns: $1 invested at the start of his tenure would have been worth $48 by the time he handed over to his successor Jeff Immelt. His larger-than-life personality lends itself to interesting copy. Copyright The Financial Times Limited 2016. They were, he says, intelligent contrarians willing to lean against the wall indefinitely when returns were uninteresting. After all, one reason why so many people are likely to name Neutron Jack Welch as the best chief executive of the past 50 years is that they know who he is.

 

However much Thorndike insists his group of chief executives were neither conventional nor complacent they were positive deviants and they were deeply iconoclastic, they were also, he concedes, happily married, middle-aged men (and one woman) [leading] seemingly unexciting balanced, quietly philanthropic lives. Share Print Clip Gift Article Comments VIDEOS You need JavaScript active on your browser in order see this video. EDITOR�S CHOICE Executive MBA ranking Adrian Johnson Download the full 2015 magazine as a pdf MBA Blog Find out about campus life through our bloggers RELATED SECTIONS interactive rankings Investigate MBA, masters and executive programmes News by email Sign up to the Business Education email alert Help "Contact us "About us "Advertise with the FT "Terms & conditions "Privacy policy "Copyright "Cookie policy The Financial Times Ltd 2016 FT and 'Financial Times' are trademarks of The Financial Times Ltd.The Financial Times and its journalism are subject to a self-regulation regime under the FT Editorial Code of Practice. Thorndike wants to give any manager or business owner the confidence to occasionally do things differently from your peers to make the most of the cards theyre dealt and to delight their shareholders. .. SHARE THIS QUOTE Tweet this quote . MoreOn this storyMeet the dean Bill BouldingSimon Caulkin Devil in the detailDeans Column Beyond the ivory towerTechnology Sound and visionHopes & fears Antony SzafranekIN Executive MBA Blind executive navigates an MBA Technology making real-time performance monitoring too easy Consumers love it when devices are compatible Whom would you bring to a meeting?Unlike Citigroups former chief executive, Chuck Prince, who famously declared as long as the music is playing, youve got to get up and dance, these chief executives tended to dance when everyone else was on the sidelines and to cling shyly to the periphery when the music was loudest. ft.com > work&careers > BusinessEducation > Executive MBA Register Subscribe Sign in Subscribe You are signed in Home Tools Tools : About Us Topics Portfolio FT clippings Alerts hub Email briefings MBA rankings FT Lexicon Mobile Currency converter ePaper Executive jobs FT press cuttings Social Media hub Economic calendar World Companies Markets Global Economy Lex Comment Work & Careers Life & Arts October 15, 2012 12:13 am Quiet radicals By Emma Jacobs Share Print Clip Gift Article Comments GettyA star, but never starry: Bill Anders, ex-astronaut and chief executiveWho is the best chief executive of the past 50 years? Jack Welch perhaps? Dubbed manager of the century by Fortune magazine in 1999, he oversaw General Electric for 20 years between 1981 and 2001. All were humble, unassuming and prudent, shunned the celebrity status loved by Welch and shied away from hot management trends e52a6f0149

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