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by Carly Fiorina

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Author:
Carly Fiorina
ISBN13:
978-0143059073
ISBN:
0143059076
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Publisher:
Penguin Audio; Abridged edition (October 9, 2006)
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Subcategory:
Professionals & Academics
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1416 kb
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Rating:
4.1
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Fiorina wrote the book herself, without a ghostwriter, and its well-written

view Kindle eBook view Audible audiobook. Fiorina wrote the book herself, without a ghostwriter, and its well-written. Forbes" A very engaging readChapters dealing with her meteoric rise through Lucent are excellent. BusinessWeek" Her prose is fluid and her voice is authentic. Ms. Fiorina has waited a long time to tell her story, and she does so memorably.

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Tough Choices' will finally reveal the real Carly Fiorina, who writes with brutal honesty about her triumphs and failures, her deepest fears and most painful ding her sudden and very public firing by HP's.

Tough Choices' will finally reveal the real Carly Fiorina, who writes with brutal honesty about her triumphs and failures, her deepest fears and most painful ding her sudden and very public firing by HP's board of directors. It's an amazing life story - Fiorina was a liberal arts major and law school dropout who didn't even consider a business career until her mid-twenties. By accepting the CEO job at Hewlett-Packard, an iconic company that had lost its way, Carly Fiorina confirmed her status as the most powerful businesswoman in America.

Carly Fiorina wrote Tough Choices: A Memoir (2006), which I read in December 2015. I thoroughly enjoyed it, especially the contributions she made in the field in which I thrived for my entire early career – telecommunications

Carly Fiorina wrote Tough Choices: A Memoir (2006), which I read in December 2015. I thoroughly enjoyed it, especially the contributions she made in the field in which I thrived for my entire early career – telecommunications. Both her stint at Lucent and Hewlett-Packard (HP) in leadership positions revealed important lessons many of us learned during the optimistic 1990s and subdued 2000s. Unlike her father’s view that learning was not simply a way to make a living, learning was a goal in and Carly Fiorina wrote Tough Choices: A Memoir (2006), which I read in December 2015.

The book, called Tough Choices, covers Fiorina's rise and fall as America's most powerful female executive. Fiorina's selection as CEO of the technology company in 1999 was a milestone. Never before had a woman led such a big company. Fiorina says the press coverage took her aback.

Behind the headlines-one of the most talked about business leaders in the world tells her own story. The "New York Times" bestseller by the most talked about woman in American business. For five and a half years, Carly Fiorina led Hewlett-Packard through major internal changes, the worst technology slump in decades, and the most controversial merger in high-tech history. Yet just as things were about to turn around, she was abruptly fired, making front-page news around the world.

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Tough Choices: A Memoir. Written by Carly Fiorina. Narrated by Carly Fiorina.

Tough Choices finally reveals the real Carly Fiorina, who writes with brutal honesty about her triumphs and failures, her deepest fears and most painful confrontations – including her sudden and very public firing by HP's board of directors

Tough Choices finally reveals the real Carly Fiorina, who writes with brutal honesty about her triumphs and failures, her deepest fears and most painful confrontations – including her sudden and very public firing by HP's board of directors. Tough Choices shows what it's really like to lead a major corporation in a time of great change while trying to stay true to your values. It's one woman's inspiring story, along with her unique perspective on leadership, technology, globalisation, sexism and many other issues.

Behind the headlines-one of the most talked about business leaders in the world tells her own story. Abridged CDs - 5 CDs, 6 hours
  • Great book about a very accomplished, decent woman that would be an asset to any position that she holds!

  • I bought this book with some speculation. I was intrigued because I am employed by one of the companies Carly mentions in her book and I was also intrigued because she was a female CEO and I wanted to know some "insider" secrets to breaking through the glass. I found what I was looking for and much more. The Carly portrayed in the media is not the Carly revealed in this book. I admire her courage, tenacity, and conviction to stay true to herself through all of the corporate obstacles. The book is a bit challenging to stay with if you are not that interested in business strategies, especially those employed within Lucent or HP. However, Carly's ability to intertwine the other "stuff" going on around her into the message is the beauty of the book. I applaud her for being honest about her feelings and life in general. She taught me that I am not the only manager to experience the politics of a large company. She also taught me that it is okay to cry about it, but then get on with the business of driving the business. Thank you Carly Fiorina.

  • The two most prominent features on the cover are the author's name and picture. The content is no different from the cover. Carly this...Carly that...Carly the other...Not that a memoir should be much different than that but there is scant humility and less personal responsibility.

    There can be no doubt that it is well written and even interesting. The events recounted in this memoir make for an interesting read--even if it is skewed. If I had it to do over again I would opt for the You-Tube version and save the money.

  • This audio book was great to listen to while traveling. As an MBA student, I think this book gives excellent insight into developing oneself into a strong business person, a leader, and most importantly a good human being.

  • Carly is an awesome example of a organized
    person with clear goals. She puts things
    in perspective.

  • A great read. Ms. Fiorina comes off as wise, savvy and human. Enjoyable to everyone, not just those in business.