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عنوان مقاله [English]
A recently published book titled as “One Thousand Chief Executive Officers(CEF) ” is an excellent book that was published in 2009 of 512 pages in Vaziri format in New York. In this book, biography of individual who were recognized as founders of innovative ideas or had made a significant impact in the field during their position as Chief Executive Officers(CEF) is published.
While in the first glance, one expects that the book to introduce one thousand However, no more than one tenth of this figure (from 54 nationalities) is given. This includes 197 from United States of America, 32 individuals from Britain, 23 individuals from China, 22 from France, 21 persons from Germany, 21 from India, 17 persons from Japan, 10 from Australia, 8 from Brazil, 7 from South Africa, 5 from Sweden, 5 from Holland, 4 from Spain,4 from Ireland, and the rest from Argentine, Armenia, Austria, Uganda, Bermuda, Belgium, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Tyiland, Turkey, Canarie Islands, Republic of Azarbaijan, Chekslavia, Denmark, Russia, Zimbaivia, Swiss, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Cypris, North Korea, Kishmir, Kenya, Cuba, Kuwait, Lebanon, Poland, Malawi. Maleisia, Romania, Moraco, Mexico, Norwegia, New Zealand, and Greece.
In this book numerous valuable advices for management to be learned from, are given. It is therefore necessary that before going through the life history of outstanding managers, we refer to some of these advices and suggestions. Chief editor of the book Mr Andre David Sun states that in the inves-tigation of biography of successful well known managers, practical and not theoretical management aspects have been considered. Points of views as expressed here have been clear, brief and with no bias hoping that whatever this collection attempts to teach are put into practice and be applied.