(British Aerospace), Sir Richard Evans and
Colin Price (1999).
Vertical Take-Off: The Inside Story of British Aerospace's
Comeback from Crisis to World Class. (London, UK:
Nicholas Brealey, 214 p.). British Aerospace (Firm)--Management;
Aerospace industries--Great Britain--Case studies; Corporate
turnarounds--Great Britain--Case studies.
(Canon), NIKKEI; translated by Mark Schreiber
and Aaron Martin Cohen (2004).
How Canon Got Its Flash Back: The Innovative Turnaround Tactics
of Fujio Mitarai. (Hoboken, NJ: Wiley, 221 p.). Mitarai,
Fujio, 1935- ; Kyanon Kabushiki Kaisha--Management; Camera
(Cisco Systems), Robert Slater (2003).
The Eye of the Storm: How John Chambers Steered Cisco Through
the Internet Collapse. (New York, NY: HarperBusiness, 288
p.). Chambers, John, 1949- ; Cisco Systems, Inc.--Management;
Corporate turnarounds--United States--Case studies; Computer
industry--United States--Management--Case studies; Data
transmission equipment industry--United States--Management--Case
studies; Computer industry--United States--History; Data
transmission equipment industry--United States--History;
Internet industry--United States--History.
(Continental Airlines), Gordon Bethune with
Scott Huler (1998).
From Worst to First: Behind the Scenes of Continental's
Remarkable Comeback. (New York, NY: Wiley, 294 p.).
Continental Airlines--History; Airlines--United
States--Management--Case studies; Corporate turnarounds--United
(Delphi), Steve Miller (2008).
The Turnaround Kid: What I Learned Rescuing America’s Most
Troubled Companies. (New York, NY: Collins, 272 p.).
Chairman, Delphi Corporation. Miller, Robert S. (Robert
Stevens); Automobile industry and trade--United
States--Biography; Executives--Biography; Organizational
effectiveness. Point man
for Lee Iaccoca's rescue team at Chrysler, fixed major problems
in varied industries (steel, construction, health care, auto
parts); inside story of many turnaround jobs that have led to
renown as Mr. Fix It; intimate picture of his relationship with
Maggie Miller, his wife of forty years, trusted adviser until
her death from brain cancer in 2006.
(Ford), Alton F. Doody and Ron Bingaman
Reinventing the Wheels: Ford's Spectacular Comeback.
(Cambridge, MA: Ballinger Publishing Co., 135 p.). Ford Motor
Company, Automobile Industry, Corporate Turnaround
(Ford), Robert L. Shook (1990).
Turnaround: The New Ford Motor Company. (New York, NY:
Prentice Hall Press, 260 p.). Ford Motor Company; Automobile
industry and trade--United States; Corporate turnarounds--United
(Ford), Gerhard Geyer (2011).
Ford Motor Company: The Greatest Corporate Turnaround In U.S.
History. (Seattle, WA: CreateSpace, 518 p.). Former
Executive at Ford Motor Company (in business planning, corporate
strategy, business development, product planning, divestitures,
and he negotiated joint ventures and licensing deals). Ford
Motor Company; corporate turnarounds. Mid-2006
- William Clay
Ford Jr., Chairman and CEO of Ford, recognized that current
business model di not work, appointed Alan Mulally as
company's new CEO - completely changed existing business model
(declining profits, uncompetitive cost structure, rapidly
decreasing sales, unattractive cars, unhappy dealers, low
employee morale); systematically transformed Ford's culture, products, technology, manufacturing
facilities, union relations; led Ford from weakest of
automotive industry's "Big Three" to top of its class.
(GE), Robert Slater (1993).
The New GE: How Jack Welch Revived and American Institution.
(Homewood, IL: Business One Irwin, 295 p.). Jack Welch, General
(GE), Stuart Crainer (1999).
Business the Jack Welch Way: Ten Secrets of the World's Greatest
Turnaround King. (New York, NY: Amacom New Media, 162
p.). Welch, Jack (John Francis), 1935- ; General Electric
Company--Management; Chief executive officers--United
States--Biography; Industrial management--United States;
(GM), Vincent P. Barabba (2004).
Surviving Transformation: Lessons from GM's Surprising
Turnaround. (New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 256
p.). Former General Manager of GM Corporate Strategy and
Knowledge Development. General Motors Corporation Management
Case studies; Automobile industry and trade United States
Management Case studies; Organizational change United States
(Harley-Davidson), Peter C. Reid (1990).
Well Made in America: Lessons from Harley-Davidson on Being the
Best. (New York, NY: McGraw-Hill, 226 p.).
Harley-Davidson Motor Company--Management; Motorcycle
industry--United States--Management; Corporate
turnarounds--United States--Management--Case studies.
(Hertz Equipment Rental Corporation), Daniel
I. Kaplan with Carl Rieser (1994).
Service Success!: Lessons from a Leader on How To Turn Around a
Service Business. (NewYork, NY: Wiley, 262 p.).
President, Hertz Equipment Rental Corporation. Service
industries--Management; Service industries--Quality control.
(IBM), Doug Garr (1999).
IBM Redux: Lou Gerstner and the Business Turnaround of the
Decade. (New York, NY: HarperBusiness, 375 p.). Louis V.
Gerstner, IBM, Computer Industry. Title says it all.
(IBM), Robert Slater (1999).
Saving Big Blue: Leadership Lessons and Turnaround Tactics of
IBM's Lou Gerstner. (New York, NY: McGraw-Hill, 309 p.).
Gerstner, Louis V.; International Business Machines Corporation;
Computer industry--United States.
(Kodak), Stephen J. Frangos with Steven J.
Team Zebra: How 1500 Partners Revitalized Eastman Kodak's Black
& White Film-Making Flow. (Essex Junction, VT: O.
Wright, 216 p.). Manager, Kodak's Black and White Film Division.
Eastman Kodak Company. Black and White Film Division;
Organizational change -- New York (State) -- Rochester -- Case
(Korea First Bank), Robert
A. Cohen (2010).
Turning Around a Bank in Korea, a Business and Cultural
Challenge. (lulu.com: 232 p.). Former President and
Chief Executive Officer of First Bank Korea
Ltd. Only non Korean CEO of large Korean Bank;
directed turnaround effort of 400-branch corporate, retail
lender; reduced non-performing loan ratio to lowest among Korean
banks, tripled number of loans in portfolio; 2005 - acquired by
(Microchip Technology), Steve Sanghi, Michael
J. Jones (2006).
Driving Excellence: How the Aggregate System Turned Microchip
Technology, from a Failing Company to a Market Leader.
(Hoboken, NJ: Wiley, 253 p.). President, CEO and Chairman of the
Board of Microchip Technology Inc.; Former VP of Human
Resources, Microchip Technology Inc. Microchip
Technology--Management; Semiconductor industry--United
States--Management; Organizational effectiveness; Corporate
culture; Industrial management. From dire straits to leader in
(National Semiconductor), Robert H. Miles;
foreword by Gil Amelio (1997).
Corporate Comeback: The Story of Renewal and Transformation at
National Semiconductor. (San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass,
388 p.). National Semiconductor Corporation--Management;
Semiconductor industry--United States--Management; Corporate
turnarounds--United States--Case studies.
(NEXT plc), David Jones; Foreword by Philip
NEXT TO ME: Luck, Leadership and Living with Parkinson's.
(London, UK: Nicholas Brealey Publishing, 256 p.). Chairman of
NEXT plc, Deputy Chairman of Wm. Morrison. Jones, David; NEXT
plc; Parkinson's Disease. Turnaround of NEXT Plc while battling with Parkinson’s Disease.
(Nissan), David Magee (2003).
Turnaround: How Carlos Ghosn Rescued Nissan. (New York,
NY: HarperBusiness, 238 p.). Ghosn, Carlos, 1954- ; Nissan Motor
Corporation in U.S.A.--Management; Automobile industry and
trade--United States--Management; Automobile industry and
trade--Japan--Management; Corporate turnarounds--United States.
(Nissan), Carlos Ghosn and Philippe Riès;
translated from the French by John Cullen (2005).
Shift: Inside Nissan's Historic Revival. (New York, NY:
Currency/Doubleday, 232 p. [orig. pub. 2003 in France]). CEO
(Nissan). Ghosn, Carlos, 1954- ; Nissan Jid¯osha Kabushiki
Kaisha--History; Chief executive officers--Japan--Biography;
Automobile industry and trade--Japan--Biography.
(Sears), Arthur C. Martinez with Charles
Madigan (1998). The Hard Road to the Softer Side: Lessons
from the Transformation of Sears. (New York, NY: Times
Business, 247 p.). Former CEO, Sears. Sears, Roebuck and
Company--Management; Corporate turnarounds--United States--Case
(Springfield Remanufacturing Corp.), Jack
Stack; edited by Bo Burlingham (1992).
The Great Game of Business: The Only Sensible Way To Run a
Company. (New York, NY: Doubleday, 252 p.). CEO of the
Springfield Remanufacturing Corporation (Springfield, Missouri);
Recipient of the 1993 Business Enterprise Trust Award. Success
in business; "open-book" management.
(Tampa Bay Rays), Jonah Keri (2011).
The Extra 2%: How Wall Street Strategies Took a Major League
Baseball Team from Worst to First. (New York, NY:
ESPN, 272 p.). Columnist for Investor’s Business Daily. Tampa
Bay Rays (Baseball team); Baseball --Economic aspects; Sports
franchises --Economic aspects --Florida --Tampa bay.
Stuart Sternberg and Matthew Silverman, former Goldman Sachs
partners, assumed control of Tampa Bay Devil Rays; innovative ideas about employee development,
marketing, public relations, personnel management; developed
metrics to take advantage of undervalued aspects of game
(defense), hired forward-thinking field manager dedicated to
unconventional strategy; quantified game’s intangibles (extra 2%
that separates winning organizations from losing ones); 2008 - won
American League pennant; one of greatest turnarounds in baseball
history from divisional doormat to World Series contender.
(Unilever), Philip Mirvis, Karen Ayas, George
To the Desert and Back: The Story of One of the Most Dramatic
Business Transformations on Record. (San Francisco, CA:
Jossey-Bass, 257 p.). Organizational Psychologist, Research
Fellow (Erasmus University, Rotterdam), Research Associate
(MIT). Unilever N.V.; Food industry and trade--Netherlands;
Consolidation and merger of corporations--Netherlands--Case
studies; Corporate reorganizations--Netherlands--Case studies;
International business enterprises--Case studies.
(Union Pacific), George Kennan (1922).
E. H. Harriman: A Biography. (Boston, MA: Houghton
Mifflin, 2 vols.). Harriman, Edward Henry, 1848-1909;
Boys--Societies and clubs; Businessmen--Biography;
(Union Pacific), Lloyd J. Mercer (1985).
E. H. Harriman, Master Railroader. (Boston, MA: Twayne
Publishers, 188 p.). Harriman, Edward Henry, 1848-1909;
Businessmen--United States--Biography; Capitalists and
(Union Pacific), Maury Klein (2000).
The Life & Legend of E. H. Harriman. (Chapel Hill, NC:
University of North Carolina Press, 521 p.). Harriman, Edward
Henry, 1848-1909; Capitalists and financiers--United
States--Biography; Railroads--United States--History.
(Volkswagen of America), David Kiley (2002).
Getting the Bugs Out: The Rise, Fall, and Comeback of Volkswagen
in America. (New York, NY: Wiley, 302 p.). Volkswagen of
America, inc.; Automobile industry and trade--United States;
Corporations, German--United States; Corporate
(Xerox), David T. Kearns, David A. Nadler
Prophets in the Dark: How Xerox Reinvented Itself and Beat Back
the Japanese. (New York, NY: HarperBusiness, 334 p.).
Xerox Corporation--Management; Corporate turnarounds--United
States--Case studies; Copying machine industry--United
States--Management; Copying machine industry--Japan--Management.
Roger S. Ahlbrandt, Richard J. Fruehan and
Frank Giarratani. (1996).
The Renaissance of American Steel: Lessons for Managers in
Competitive Industries. (New York, NY: Oxford University
Press, 178 p.). Steel.
James A. Belasco & Jerre Stead (2000).
Seize Tomorrow, Start Today: Renew Your Vision, Revitalize Your
Organization, and Stay Ahead of the Future. (New York,
NY: Warner Books, 448 p.). Corporate turnarounds. Priortize
resources, share ownership, promote learning, engage employees.
Donald B. Bibeault (1982).
Corporate Turnaround: How Managers Turn Losers into Winners.
(New York, NY: McGraw-Hill, 406 p.). Organizational change;
Business failures; Business planning; Industries--Planning.
John A. Byrne (1999).
Chainsaw: The Notorious Career of Al Dunlap in the Era of
Profit-at-Any-Price. (New York, NY: HarperBusiness.
Journalist (Business Week). Al Dunlap, Sunbeam Corporation.
Jim Collins (2001).
Good to Great: Why Some Companies Make the Leap, and others
Don't. (New York, NY: HarperBusiness, 300 p.).
Leadership; Strategic planning; Organizational change;
Albert J. Dunlap with Bob Andelman (1996).
Mean Business: How I Save Bad Companies and Make Good Companies
Great. (New York, NY: Times Books, 289 p.).
Self-proclaimed turnaround artist, applies his craft at Sunbeam
Corporation. Corporate turnarounds; Corporate
turnarounds--United States--Case studies.
Eugene F. Finkin (1987).
Successful Corporate Turnarounds: A Guide for Board Members,
Financial Managers, Financial Institutions, and Other Creditors.
(New York, NY: Quorum Books, 211 p.). Organizational
change--Management; Corporate turnarounds--Management.
Mark B. Fuller, John C. Beck (2006).
Japan's Business Renaissance: How the World's Greatest Economy
Revived, Renewed, and Reinvented Itself. (New York, NY:
McGraw-Hill, 226 p.). Chairman, and CEO of the Monitor Group;
Former Director of International Research for Accenture.
Management--Japan; Corporations, Foreign--Japan; Leadership;
Success in business; Industrial management.
Japan's powerhouse methods - harness
change, develop renewal strategies, cultivate an entrepreneurial
Mark R. Goldston (1992).
The Turnaround Prescription: Repositioning Troubled Companies.
(New York, NY: Maxwell Macmillan International, 198 p.).
President and Chief Operating Officer of L.A Gear, Inc.
Paul Ingrassia and Joseph B. White (1994).
Comeback: The Fall and Rise of the American Automobile Industry.
(New York, NY: Simon & Schuster, 496 p.). Automobile industry
and trade--United States; Corporate turnarounds--United States.
Don Klein and Jim Zawacki (1999).
It's Not Magic : The Rebirth of a Small Manufacturing Company.
(East Lansing, MI: Michigan State University Press, 150 p.).
Corporate Turnarounds, Organizational Behavior
Robert H. Miles (1997).
Leading Corporate Transformation: A Blueprint for Business
Renewal. (San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass, 260 p.).
National Semiconductor Corporation--Management; Southern
Company--Management; Corporate turnarounds--United States--Case
Gerald C. Meyers & Susan Meyers (2000).
Dealers, Healers, Brutes & Saviors: Eight Winning Styles for
Solving Giant Business Crises. (New York, NY: Wiley, 266
p.). Former Chairman, CEO (American Motors Corporation).
Corporate turnarounds; Crisis management.
Harlan D. Platt (1998).
Principles of Corporate Renewal. (Ann Arbor, MI:
University of Michigan Press, 418 p.). Corporate turnarounds.
Mark Potts and Peter Behr (1987).
The Leading Edge: CEOs Who Turned Their Companies Around: What
They Did and How They Did It. (New York, NY:
McGraw-Hill, 200 p.). Organizational change--Case studies;
Success in business--Case studies.
Martin Puris (1999).
Comeback: How Seven Straight-Shooting Ceos Turned around
Troubled Companies. (New York, NY: Times Business, 248
p.). Corporate turnarounds--Case studies; Chief executive
officers--Case studies; Communication in management--Case
studies; Business ethics--Case studies.
Friedrich Reutner; translated by Stephen E.
Turn Around: A Strategy for Successful Restructuring.
(Cambridge, MA: Blackwell Business, 269 p.). Corporate
turnarounds--Management; Corporate reorganizations.
Stuart Slatter and David Lovett (1999).
Corporate Turnaround: Managing Companies in Distress.
(London, UK: Penguin, 338 p. [2nd ed.]). Founding partner of
Slatter Temperley, Senior Partner specializing in financial
restructuring, Arthur Andersen Global Corporate Finance
practice. Corporate strategy; Problem solving.
Stuart Slatter, David Lovett, and Laura Barlow
Leading Corporate Turnaround: How Practitioners Provide
Leadership. (West Sussex, England: Wiley, 246 p.).
Founding Directors of the Society of Turnaround Professionals.
Corporate turnarounds--Management; Leadership.
Seven key leadership, management
skills required for successful turnaround.
Gary Sutton (2002).
The Six-Month Fix: Adventures in Rescuing Failing Companies.
(New York, NY: Wiley, 294 p.). Corporate turnarounds; Corporate
reorganizations; Business failures.
John O. Whitney (1987).
Taking Charge: Management Guide to Troubled Companies and
Turnarounds. (Homewood, IL: Dow Jones-Irwin, 283 p.).