If you can get past Woodford's ego, self-indulgent writing style, and sneaking suspicion that he was just hurt that he wasn't let-in on the board's action, it's an interesting take... Read morePublished 5 days ago by EHaynes
While it reads like a crime thriller, the book definitely brings out the dire need of corporate governance in its true sense. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
"Not as bad as some CEO books," the Times delicately put it (I paraphrase). This is a cliche-ridden disaster of a book which relies on only one thing to pull the reader... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Scott Diel
great book, specially for people working with or in
a japanese company or environment. good read,
because of that a recommendation!
Perhaps a little too self indulging, but nevertheless this book provides a great view into the risks of a lax corporate governance mentality, culture, and structure.Published 4 months ago by William Xiang
Got this book to give as a gift, and read it first to be sure. It was pretty much what I expected - a mostly one-sided account of the situation and the role Michael Woodford... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Aungrl
The most unusual business story readers may ever encounter is Michael Woodford’s Exposure: Inside the Olympus Scandal: How I Went from CEO to Whistleblower. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Stephen T. Hopkins
Nothing is wrong with this book.
I've never expected that a book full of details about complicated business transactions can be so thrilling. Read more