The Entrepreneur’s Survival Guide – 101 Tips for Managing in Good Times & Bad by John Cullinane
Published by Business One Irwin
September 1992, 225 pages
Every entrepreneur, executive and manager hopes for quick, consistent growth, but not many are ready for it when it happens. This “must” for your bookshelf provides you with learned-the-hard-way information that will help you lead your organization through its inevitable stages of success and adversity. John Cullinane, one of the pioneers of the computer software industry, presents crucial lessons he learned from his company’s founding to its eventual sale. Anyone trying to start, build and sustain a business in good times and bad will find invaluable tips.
About the Author:
John Cullinane, founder of Cullinet Software, Inc., was The Wall Street Transcript’s CEO of the Year for the computer software products industry in 1982, 1984 and 1985. He has been inducted into the Babson College Academy of Distinguished Entrepreneurs and INFOMART’s Information Processing Hall of Fame. He was Chairman of the Board of Directors of the John F. Kennedy Library Foundation, The Massachusetts Computer Software Council, and President of the Boston Public Library Foundation. Cullinane was a Fellow at the Center for Business and Government at the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University.
John Cullinane is also the author of Smarter than Their Machines — The Oral Histories of the Pioneers of Interactive Computing, published by the Association for Computing Machinery and based on oral histories archived at the Charles Babbage Institute, University of Minnesota.
This title is available from your preferred retailer in the following format:
Hard Cover — ISBN-10: 1-55623-823-1