Chapter One: The Corporate Funeral.
Chapter Two: Brooklyn Union, the Fertile Hen.
Chapter Three: Enlightened Self-Interest.
Chapter Four: The LILCO Deal.
Chapter Five: High Noon.
Chapter Six: The Aftermath.
Chapter Seven: The New Millennium.
Chapter Eight: September 11th.
Chapter Nine: Preserving the Corporate Goodness.
Epilogue: The CEO; The Monk.
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""If you're interested in CEO thinking, human resources issues, and corporate culture, ''The CEO and the Monk"" is worth reading."" (Boston Globe, March 7, 2004)