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    • Jane Ciabattari interview, 1988 October

    • Office politics; Career development; Organizational change; Consolidation and merger of corporations; Corporate reorganizations
    • Jane Ciabattari discusses her book, “Winning Moves.” She begins the interview by explaining that her book is about how to know when you’re going to get fired from your corporate job. She talks about what to do if a new boss comes to the...
    • Ronya Kozmetsky interview

    • Executives - Family relationships - United States; Married people - Employment - United States; Life skills - United States
    • Based on her personal experience, Ronya begins the interview discussing the issues “corporate” families face. Among the topics Ronya discusses are changes in gendered notions about work and the impact those changes have had on women as...
    • Warren Bennis interview, 2008

    • Disclosure of information; Corporate governance; Corporate culture
    • Warren Bennis discusses his book, “Transparency: How Leaders Create a Culture of Candor,” written with Daniel Goleman, James O’ Toole, and Patricia Ward Biederman. Bennis says that transparency is inevitable and that one must be...
    • Joseph Finder interview

    • Business intelligence - Fiction; Success in business - Fiction; Corporate culture - Fiction; Commercial crimes - Fiction; Deception - Fiction
    • Joseph Finder discusses his book, “Paranoia.” He begins by discussing the research he did into competition amongst American technology companies and how there is more espionage going on between these companies today then there was during the...
    • Kimberla Lawson Roby interview, 2000

    • Married women - Fiction; Spouses of clergy - Fiction; African American women - Fiction; African American clergy - Fiction
    • Kimberla Lawson Ruby discusses her book, “Casting the First Stone,” which is a book that is very universal and applicable in order that readers can relate to it. Her book describes the life of a minister’s family that loses their focus on...
    • Penny Mickelbury interview, 2000

    • Gibson, Carole Ann (Fictitious character) - Fiction; African American women lawyers - Fiction
    • Penny Mickelbury discusses her book, “The Step Between,” which is about a corporate attorney Caroline, whose husband was killed. Motivated to find the killer, Caroline begins her own private investigation firm. Penny has developed this story...
    • Greg Palast interview, 2003

    • Political corruption - United States; Corporations - Corrupt practices - United States; Political corruption; Corporations - Corrupt practices
    • Greg Palast discusses his book, “The Best Democracy Money Can Buy: An Investigative Reporter Exposes the Truth About Globalization, Corporate Cons, and High Finance Fraudsters.” He begins by explaining that he is a reporter for the British...
    • William J. Coughlin interview

    • Women lawyers - Fiction; Law firms - Fiction; Corporation law - Fiction; Office politics - Fiction; New York (N.Y.) - Fiction
    • William J. Coughlin discusses his book, “The Twelve Apostles,” which talks about twelve attorneys that work in a powerful law firm in New York doing corporate takeovers. Women in particular will relate to one female attorney, Christina, who...
    • Sidney Harman interview

    • Harman, Sidney, 1918-; Harman International - History; Audio equipment industry - United States; Businesspeople - United States - Biography
    • Sidney Harman discusses his book, “Mind Your Own Business.” He begins by explaining that the book discusses his life and his success in business. He shares his method of conducting business in which he rejects the practice of top-down...
    • Art Kleiner interview, 2004 April

    • Corporate power; Organizational behavior; Success in business
    • Art Kleiner discusses his book, “Who Really Matters.” He begins by explaining the importance of a core group, an inner circle of elite members who make an organization run. He talks about several strategies for running a company, and that the...
    • Kevin Maney interview, 2003 April 28

    • Businessmen - United States - Biography; Computer industry - United States - History; International Business Machines Corporation - History; Watson, Arthur Kittredge, 1919 - 1974; Watson, Thomas J., 1914 - 1993; Watson, Thomas John, 1874 - 1956
    • Kevin Maney discusses his book, “The Maverick and his Machine.” He begins by explaining that the book is the story of Thomas Watson’s transformation of the disorganized Computing-Tabulating-Recording Company into the more efficient and...
    • Shirley Conran interview, 1988

    • Survival - Fiction; Islands of the Pacific; Awareness; Race awareness
    • Shirley Conran discusses her book, “Savages,” that describes five corporate housewives, who get stranded on a tropical island, and must work together in order to survive. These women realize how capable and strong they are, as opposed to...
    • Porter B. Williamson interview, 1983 June

    • Patton, George S. (George Smith), 1885-1945; Williamson, Porter B.; United States. Army - Biography; Generals - United States - Biography
    • Porter B. Williamson discusses his book, “Patton’s Principles.” He begins by explaining that he served as a lieutenant under General George Patton in World War II. In the book he quotes General Patton and then gives examples on how to win...

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