The Mormon Way of Doing Business (Hardcover Book)
The founder of JetBlue, the CEO of Dell Computers, the CEO of Deloitte and Touche, the Dean of Harvard Business School — they all have one thing in common. They are devout Mormons who spend their Sundays exclusively with their families, never work long hours, and always put their spouses and children first.
How do they do it? Now, critically acclaimed author and investigative journalist Jeff Benedict (a Mormon himself) examines these highly successful business execs and discovers how their beliefs have influenced them, and enabled them to achieve incredible success. With original interviews and unparalleled access, Benedict shares what truly drives these individuals and the invaluable life lessons from which anyone can benefit.
About the Author
Jeff Benedict is the author of eleven critically acclaimed books, including Little Pink House, The Mormon Way of Doing Business, and Without Reservation. His articles have been published in Sports Illustrated, the New York Times, and the Los Angeles Times, and he appears as an expert on network news and cable television programs. A frequent public speaker, Mr. Benedict teaches writing at Southern Virginia University.
An example of gospel in action
by Customer - reviewed on May 12, 2008
I have now bought 6 copies of the book, 1 DVD and 1 CD! It is a classic. As a Bishop, I use it in counseling and have used the video in firesides. It is one example of D&C 121 41-45 in action!
Excellent business and leadership book
by Cullen - reviewed on November 11, 2007
This is by far one of the best business/leadership books I have ever read. I plan on buying many copies for my family as birthdays and Christmas come.
by Scott & Lori - reviewed on August 15, 2007
This is a wonderful book. Very helpful for everyone in every profession, from stay-at-home moms to CEO's. What an amazing person Jeff Benedict is.
by Tawni - reviewed on December 10, 2007
Amazing book. Was given to all business school graduates from BYU in April and I can see why. It is a must read for anyone who works or knows some one who works. The way he tells how the wives dealt with many kids and CEO husbands is inspiring. I couldn't put the book down.