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It would have been nice to hear success stories from more contemporary black businessmen and women. The people covered often said that a big part of there success was not having too much competition against other black people in their field so it's easier for them to have developed their respective niches.
As someone in their mid 20's in , I'd like to hear to climb of those closer to my age Maybe I gave up too soon, it just seemed that it was all preface. I wanted to read about the lives of these successful people and their unique challenges.
Too little biography and too much lesson. Full of wisdom, the real life stories were helpful in providing context and insights. Some challenges may be those of the past but many are quite relevant today and this book offers good steps to approach those issues.https://noroi-jusatsu.info/wp-content/2020-02-15/373-comment-surveiller.php
CRACKING THE CORPORATE CODE: The Revealing Success Stories of 32 African-American Executives
My career is now on the downswing and I hope retire in the next five years. I am an African American male. I was a first line procurement manager at a large defense company for 18 years after being a buyer for 16 years. I really wish that I had learned what this book teaches 30 years ago. The narrator swings into new story lines and examples fairly quickly so you have to pay attention. The examples have enough depth to make their points without being dragged out. It would help for Caucasians to read this book to increase their sensitivity to diverse cultures.
What could have made this a 4 or 5-star listening experience for you? The content was lousy - dull and repetitive. More biographical content and techniques would've been helpful. What was most disappointing about Price M. Cobbs and Judith L.
Would you listen to another book narrated by Jane Ellen? She did a fine job of narrating.
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They really could've wrote this book in about 1 chapter - the rest is just filler. I was disappointed in the authors. Here is a rich subject with an audience that could really benefit from this knowledge and I got so little from the book - I feel like I was sold a nice luxury car with no engine or parts other than a nice body. Corporate folk done hoodwinked us. Would you try another book from Price M.
What do you think your next listen will be? I don't know. How could the performance have been better? What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?
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It just wasn't what I had hoped thought it would be interesting. By: Price M. Cobbs , Judith L.