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The Lessons of Experience: How Successful Executives Develop on the Job

People rarely come into management possessing all the knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary to advance. They must develop, and most development occurs not in the classroom but on the job. This classic book, based on information from 191 accomplished and high-potential executives, describes key developmental events and the lessons that can be learned from them.


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Table of Contents

Product Specifications:

  • Publisher: Lexington Books
  • Stock Number (Print): 211
  • Stock Number (eBook): N/A
  • ISBN Number (Print): 978-0-669-18095-4
  • ISBN Number (eBook): N/A
  • Author: Morgan McCall, Jr., Michael Lombardo, Ann Morrison
  • Copyright: ©1988
  • Number of Pages: 210 Pages

Table of Contents

The Lessons of Experience: How Successful Executives Develop on the Job, Lexington Books, 1988
Figures vii
Foreword: Warren Bennis ix
Acknowledgements xi
1. Developing Executive Talent 1
2. Trial by Fire: Learning from Job Assignments 15
3. When Other People Matter 67
4. Hardships 87
5. Making the Most of Experience 121
6. Making It Work: The Corporate Opportunity 147
Appendix: The Original Interview Guide 189
Notes 195
References 201
Index 205
About the Authors 209i