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If you want to be a CEO--or if you are a CEO and want to keep your job--read Execution and put its principles to work.--Michael Dell, chairman and CEO, Dell Computer Corp.Good practical insight and advice on managing for results at firms of anyMoreIf you want to be a CEO--or if you are a CEO and want to keep your job--read Execution and put its principles to work.--Michael Dell, chairman and CEO, Dell Computer Corp.Good practical insight and advice on managing for results at firms of any size. Execution is key, and this book clearly explains what it means and how it brings together the critical elements of any organization--its people, strategies, and operations. --L. R. Raymond, chairman and CEO, Exxon MobilThe best-thought-out plans in the world arent worth the paper theyre written on if you cant pull them off. And thats what this book is all about. Execution: The Discipline of Getting Things Done is well written and gives sound, practical advice about how to make things happen. It is well worth the reading. --Ralph S. Larsen, chairman and CEO, Johnson & JohnsonLarry Bossidy recognizes how execution in a business defines the true greatness of a company. He captures a lifetime of building winning formulas and puts them in a simple and practical context for executives at any level. Read it! --Ivan Seidenberg, president and co-chief executive officer, VerizonFor those managers who have struggled to make it happen, fix a problem, get it done--or otherwise transform winning strategies into genuine results--heres the missing medicine from two who know from long experience what works and what doesnt. Larry Bossidy and Ram Charan offer a compelling leadership prescription, and it comes down to realism, discipline, and above all, great execution.--Michael Useem, professor of management and director of the Center for Leadership and Change, Wharton School, University of PennsylvaniaLarry Bossidy and Ram Charan define the true meaning of leadership from an implementation point of view. Larry is the expert on productivity in the world of business, and this book demonstrates how leadership is the key to achieving ongoing financial success. --Richard Schroeder, cofounder of Six Sigma Academy From the Hardcover edition.