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Investment Leadership: Building a Winning Culture for Long-Term Success

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Investment Leadership: Building a Winning Culture for Long-Term Success

Jim Ware, Beth Michaels, Dale Primer

ISBN: 978-0-471-45333-8 October 2003 352 Pages

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A comprehensive guide to best practices within the investment industry
Investment Leadership provides readers with the tools to understand the leadership factors that contribute to sustainable growth; diagnose their firm's culture and understand why it is important; and replicate best practices from leading firms. With the help of diagnostic tools, practical advice from industry leaders, and real-life case studies, this book sets out to explain what is wrong with the status quo and reveal the secrets of long-term success in the investment industry.
James W. Ware, CFA, currently works as a consultant to money managers. He is the coauthor of The Leadership Genius of George W. Bush (0-471-42006-9). Beth Michaels has worked with many organizations, including Chevrolet Motors and the McDonald's Corporation. Dale Primer has worked with business executives from more than 700 individual businesses in over eighty-five separate industries.
PART ONE: Foundation Pieces: Cornerstones of Long-Term Success.

CHAPTER 1: Leadership and Culture in the Investment Industry.

CHAPTER 2: Core Values.

CHAPTER 3: Vision: Where Are We Going?

CHAPTER 4: Strong Cultures.

PART TWO: Assessment Tools: Putting Numbers to the Soft Stuff.

CHAPTER 5: Leader Types.

CHAPTER 6: Measuring Culture.

CHAPTER 7: Diagnosing Culture by Measuring Values.

CHAPTER 8: Leadership and Trust.

PART THREE: Getting Practical: Specific Tools for Improvement.

CHAPTER 9: Ambitious Goals and Implementation.

CHAPTER 10: The Innovative Culture.

CHAPTER 11: Compensation and Ownership.

CHAPTER 12: Homegrown Leadership.

PART FOUR: Putting It All Together: Case Study.

CHAPTER 13: The Best of the Best: Ariel Capital.

CHAPTER 14: Continuous Improvement.

PART FIVE: Other Audiences.

CHAPTER 15: Consultant’s View..

CHAPTER 16: Stock Picker’s Corner: Rounding up the Un-Usual Suspects.

NOTES.

INDEX.