Hurry - Only 4 left in stock!
?A vibrant and vivid account of women in the executive suite and why they are there to stay. Esther Wachs Book really captures the essence of these ?new paradigm leaders' with a series of superbly executed case studies. If you read just one book about leadership this year, make it this one.?-- Glenn Rifkin, veteran business journalist and co-author of "Radical Marketing?Insightful, rich and full of engaging and well-chosen true stories. Esther Wachs Book persuasively documents one of the most remarkable phenomena of our era: the extraordinary confluence between what the new economy demands and what women are providing -- in terms of leadership, fresh ideas for business, new ways to play the game. Highly recommended.?-- Sally Helgesen, Author of "The Female Advantage: Women's Ways of Leadership""Why the Best Man for the Job is a Woman will quickly become the "In Search of Excellence of women's management literature. Great reporting. Great stories. Trenchant conclusions. Extraordinary women chronicled. In a word: Superb!"-Tom Peters, Co-author of "In Search of Excellence and author of "The Brand You 50Esther Wachs Book has done her research! She not only understands what it takes to be a successful leader in today?s economy, she is able to distill that knowledge into management tips that can benefit everyone from budding entrepreneurs to corporate CEOs. I?m honoredto be among the accomplished women profiled in "WHY THE BEST MAN FOR THE JOB IS A WOMAN.- Darla Moore, President of Rainwater, Inc. We have a growing crisis of leadership, hundreds of CEO vacencies in the .com world, large corporations like HP, IBM, Merck, AT&T have had to go outside for leadership. A big part of rsolving this crisis lies in the vast underutilized reservoir of leadership talent, women. WHY THE BEST MAN FOR THE JOB IS A WOMAN by Esther Book provides world class benchmarks of women leaders and a template for what all leaders need to do in the world ahead. A must read.- Noel Tichy, Professor, Univeristy of Michigan Business School and author of "The Leadership Engine"