Cracking the Corporate Code: The Revealing Success Stories of 32 African-American Executives

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Cracking the Corporate Code
The Revealing Success Stories of
32 African-American Executives

Price M. Cobbs and Judith L. Turnock

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Cracking the Corporate Code: The Revealing Success Stories of 32 African-American Executives
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iv
  • Table of Contents vii
  • Foreword ix
  • Introduction: Setting the Record Straight xi
  • 1: Ambiguity 1
  • 2: Managing Your Demons 7
  • 3: Fitting In 37
  • 4: [Reading] Unwritten Rules 55
  • 5: Making Your Mark 75
  • 6: Managing Relationships 101
  • 7: Understanding Power 135
  • 8: Acquiring Power 159
  • 9: Using Power for Leadership 177
  • 10: From Big Business to My Business 199
  • 11: The Diversity Legacy I 213
  • 12: The Diversity Legacy Ii 231
  • Appendix A - Biographies of the Executives Interviewed 241
  • Appendix B - Snapshot: Executive Leadership Council Membership 261
  • Afterword 267
  • Acknowledgments 269
  • Bibliography 271
  • Index 275
  • About the Authors 287
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