Management by Baseball: The Official Rules for Winning Managemen

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What do Hall of Fame baseball managers like Connie Mack and John McGraw have in common with today's business leaders? Why are baseball managers like Joe Torre and Dusty Baker better role models for business, government, and non–profit management than respected corporate giants like Jack Welch and Bill Gates? And just what does Peter Drucker have to do with Oriole ex–manager Earl Weaver?

Management consultant, baseball writer, and columnist for InformationWeek,

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Publisher:HarperCollins
ISBN:9780061747274
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