The Code of the Executive by Don Schmincke
40 7 Ancient Samurai princs esntl for 20 1ST Century Leadership Success

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More than a thousand years ago, a group of business executives developed a set of principles for organizational leadership in a competitive market. Those executives were the samurai of ninth-century Japan, and their rigid code of ethics, known as bushido, was one of the most effective frameworks for management in history. The Code of the Executive is business adviser Don Schmincke's modern interpretation of the Code of the Samurai--ancient wisdom written for today's corporate warriors. These principles provide a dynamic system of practical and moral training for effective leadership. In addition to interactive strategies for relating to the business world, this philosophy provides at its core a guide to the inner development necessary for consistent and long-term success. A terrific gift for a friend, relative, new graduate, or business associate, The Code of the Executive is filled with relevant wisdom and offers an enlightened path to business fulfillment.
 

About Don Schmincke

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Don Schmincke is president of Methods International, Inc., advisers to CEOs and executive teams worldwide. His work has been recognized in national media such as The Wall Street Journal and USA Today, and he speaks internationally to more than three hundred CEOs each year. A graduate of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, he is on the faculty of Johns Hopkins University and lives in Baltimore, Maryland.
 
Published January 1, 2000 by Plume. 132 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Self Help, Health, Fitness & Dieting. Non-fiction

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