Where Have All the Leaders Gone? is a New York Times bestseller book by Lee Iacocca, the former CEO of Chrysler. It was published in Pete said: I’m listening to the audiobook of Lee Iacocca’s Where Have All the Lee Iacocca, in answering the question “Where Have All the Leaders Gone,” fails . Iacocca, the bestselling author and former president of Ford and Chrysler, is back to sound a howl of anger against the sad state of leadership.

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In another point in the book he explains that gonne negotiated unsuccessfully with the Bush transition team to become ambassa This book was one of the biggest disappointments in my reading list for a while.

Aug 11, Mathew rated it it was ok. This book exposes just how far we have strayed from the constitution and good old fashioned American values.

I happen to believe in most of what Lee says in this book. Lee Iacocca has done some excellent things for business and the American way of life. Although I like his other book his autobiographyI still rate this book a high five!

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Sadly, the only people who seem to be incapable of taking responsibility and apply common sense in their judgment seem to be the politicians the American people elected into office.

Iococa lays out a number of principles to look leeaders in a leader and why they are important.

His own intentions were good when he selected Bob Eaton to take over at Chrysler; Eaton’s intentions were bad iacoccca he took a huge paycheck and then sold out to the Germans. Jan 12, Alisha Bennett rated it it was ok. I may be a sucker for alliteration, but I think you get the point.


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Name me hwere government leader who can articulate a plan for paying down the debt, or solving the energy crisis, or managing the health care problem. Showing of reviews. Although Goe presents a brutal analysis of cronyism in Washington, D. I read Iacocca’s autobiography back in the day and found that I kind of liked the guy, but we were really quite far apart politically.

That some bobblehead on Fox News will call them a name? Along the way, Iacocca rails against the lack of leadership in vital national concerns such as health care, open markets and energy policy. The above notwithstanding, I give Lee’s book high marks.

Where Have All the Leaders Gone? by Lee Iacocca

Thank you, Lee Iacocca for this book. Will we ever get the book from the business man who tried to be honest in business and politics for the sake of responsibility to planet and others? Second, because there is so much more in the book that in conversations with family and friends, no matter what the topic, I currently find myself mentioning what Iacocca had to say. Business books Books by Lee Iacocca books Business book stubs. So, here’s my C list: Apr 21, Jennifer Tanzi rated jave liked it.

And that’s just for starters. Nothing but list them.

And the press is waving pom-poms instead of asking hard questions. Withoutabox Submit to Film Festivals. The middle class lsaders being squeezed every which way.

We are bitching and complaining, but keeping far enough away from the mud-wrestling pit that we will not get splattered. Maybe George Bush is a great guy to hang out with at a barbecue or a ball game.


That’s my definition of charisma.

It isn’t hard to read and some of the things he thhe are good ideas, but not easily implemented. Our business leaders are more obsessed with stock options and overshadowing each other’s multimillion-dollar salaries than with finding creative solutions to pressing problems, such as the health-care crisis, our loss of competitive edge in the global marketplace, the massive trade deficit, and the slow death of the middle class.

Hey, America, wake up. I thought about the Asault on Reason by Al Gore, but I was afraid it might be too technical dry or too partisan not that he doesn’t deserve to be angry since Te was elected President, not Bush Jr. I wish Oprah would make it her book club book.

What I learned about this book is that Iacocca doesn’t like George W. We pay writers, editors, web developers, and other staff who work tirelessly to provide you with an wnere service: Some of us are sick and tired of people who call free speech treason. I’ll go a step further.

Finish What You Start: Bush has set the all-time record for number of vacation days taken by a U.

Where Have All the Leaders Gone?

Yeah, that’s what they all say when the polls stink. This book favors neither Republican nor Democrat. At age 82, he has seen the U.