Who Says Elephants Can t Dance Inside IBM s Historic Turnaround

  • Title: Who Says Elephants Can't Dance: Inside IBM's Historic Turnaround
  • Author: Louis V. Gerstner
  • ISBN: 0060743468
  • Page: 128
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    1. Mr Gerstner describes how he succeeded bringing back IBM competitiveness and most importantly it's service culture. Ast read for all industry leaders.


    2. Though written more than a decade ago, this is hands-down one of the best business books on the planet and is relevant to leaders of both large and small organizations.Here is how Lou Gerstner (LG) Saved IBM:1. Overarching strategy: At the time LG arrived, IBM was proprietary hardware- (mainframe) and software-led. However, an explosion of niche competitors were undercutting IBM’s pricing in its most profitable segments. The prior leadership and Board of Directors were planning to break the c [...]


    3. I asked a friend for business book recommendations and this was one of them. Even though it doesn't go into painstaking detail, Lou Gerstner gives you a pretty good idea what the function and role of a CEO is.It gives you a broad overview of how he managed to change IBM's culture and strategy and the rationale for doing so. Some of the company restructuring he discusses are: changing and implementing strategy, image and brand revival, strengthening customer relationships, the buying and selling [...]


    4. Gerstner's book about saving one of America's most important companies (IBM) from bankruptcy is interesting and a real page turner. IBM knew what was wrong after the PC became popular and mainframe computers lost much of their appeal, and had file drawers full of strategy documents on how to fix the situation, many of which would have worked, but IBM's top executives just could not change the company. Gerstner's insight was that IBM was its own worst enemy. Discovering what the single critica [...]


    5. The book starts with IBM in state in 1993 and how it IBM emerged like a phoenix.The book is candid on the facts. It provides principles how one can improve work life, with practical examples. . My favorite quote in this book "there is an opportunity to learn in everything we do".Whatever mentioned is true, I see this now in lot of IT companies. Many of them perish after couple of years. This book provides, with example how to over come.If we read the book, we can same thing HP is trying to do, [...]


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