From the Bureau to the Boardroom: 30 Management Lessons from the FBI


When it comes to motivating and inspiring employees, there is no better or tougher model than the Federal Bureau of Investigation. In its one hundred-year fight against the ever-changing tactics of organized crime and terrorism, the FBI has learned invaluable lessons about powerful leadership and management. Like many companies, the FBI must succeed on a global playing field with limited resources; it must deal with unforeseenchallenges and long-term strategic threats. Former Marine Dan Carrison has had unprecedented access to the inner workings of the FBI. Here he offers an insider's look at the Bureau, taking readers behind the scenes of some of the FBI's most important missions - from infiltrating a world-wide drug cartel to closing in on a terrorist cell. Managers will learn how to:

cultivate an "All for One, One for All" corporate culture
• createa Ten-Most-Wanted customer list
• maintain a sense of readiness, and think on their feet
• deploy task force management
• and more

Instructive and exciting, From the Bureau to the Boardroom will show all leaders how to win in the marketplace and stay true to core values, no matter how tense or challenging the situation.

Additional information

Publisher: Place of publication:
  • New York
Publication year:
  • 2009


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