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“John Wooden is a monumental figure in American sports, yet his legacy of leadership transcends athletics and spans generations. Coach Wooden instills in others a sense of pride, a commitment to ethics and a respect for teamwork. These fundamental principles translate readily from the sports arena to business, management, and leadership.
"Although John Wooden gained fame at UCLA as an illustrious basketball coach, his leadership values and professional and personal behavior are just as applicable in business. Team-building in any context—especially in today’s hyper-competitive and fast-changing environment—is difficult. That Coach Wooden was able to achieve such consistent successes at the highest levels over his 40-year career is a tribute to the robustness of his ideas.”
—JUDY D. OLIAN
John E. Anderson Chair in Management and Dean, UCLA Anderson School of Management
Steve Jamison is America's foremost author and authority on the life and philosophy of John Wooden. Mr. Jamison is a consultant to the UCLA Anderson Scool of Business’ John Wooden Global Leadership Program. He has collaborated with Coach Wooden on an award-winning PBS presentation as well as several books, including the classic book on teaching and mentoring, Wooden: A Lifetime of Observations and Reflections.
This publication is very thorough, Coach Wooden documents his proven philosophy for success that has worked for him. Excellent read for anyone of any age.Published 3 months ago by Jacqueson
This book can be summarized in that short sentence - 'All I want is 100%'.
One of the things that really struck me about his upbringing was the character of his dad. Read more
John Wooden was the best coach America has ever seen. Do things the way he did and you will achieve, inspire, and die confident that you did life the right way.Published 9 months ago by Josh MacCluer
a repeat of old material with 50% of the book is for yourself to come up with a game plan. Albeit it is what the book was for but very disappointed by the lack of new material.Published 11 months ago by C. Tong
I bought it for my PMP book club reading, but found it interesting for parents like me who are wondering what kind of advice we should give to our kids in their education or even... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Leren
Although I liked the ideas, many of which we all have heard too many times, I did not like the repetition of repeating examples almost word-for-word.Published 19 months ago by Amazon Customer
Coach Wooden does a n excellent job in providing qualities needed to be an effective leader. He shows charts, graphs, examples of how he was a true champion of a coach.Published 22 months ago by Thomas R. Lower