Inside The Minds: The Telecommunications Industry - Ceos From Tellabs, Dsl.net, Primus, Voicestream & More Share Their Knowledge On The Future Of The Telecommunications Revolution
ISBN : 1587620669
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Praise for Inside the Minds:
"Unlike any other business books, Inside the Minds captures the essence, the deep-down thinking processes, of people who make things happen." - Martin Cooper, CEO, Arraycomm
"True insight from the doers in the industry, as opposed to the critics on the sideline." - Steve Hanson, CEO, On Semiconductor (NASDAQ: ONNN)
Inside the Minds (Real World Intelligence From Industry Insiders) was conceived in order to give readers actual insights into the leading minds of business executives worldwide and are written by C-level (CEO, CTO, CFO, CMO, COO) executives from over half of the Fortune 100 companies and other leading executives. Because so few books or other publications are actually written by executives in industry, Inside the Minds presents an unprecedented look at various industries and professions never before available. Each chapter is comparable to a white paper and is a very future oriented look at where their industry/profession is heading. In addition, the Inside the Minds web site makes the reading experience interactive by enabling readers to post messages and interact with each other, ask questions in upcoming books, read expanded comments on the topics covered and nominate individuals for upcoming books. The Inside the Minds series is revolutionizing the business book market by publishing an unparalleled group of executives and providing an unprecedented introspective look into the leading minds of the business world. Other books include Inside the Minds: Venture Capitalists, Inside the Minds: The Wireless Industry, Inside the Minds: Leading CTOs, Inside the Minds: Chief Technology Officers and over 30 other topics on leading industries and professions.
Author : Aspatore Books Staff
ISBN : 1587620669
Language : English
No of Pages : 240
Publication Date : 2002-12
Format/Binding : Paperback
Book dimensions : 8.56x5.66x0.72
Book weight : 0.01
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