About the Author
Alexander, a graduate of Harvard Business School, has spent his career as a management consultant in New York City. He is president and founder of Alexander & Associates.
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This is a great book for a speech I did on the subject. It is a very interesting read even if you are not using it as a reference. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Xerox is not a name that people would often think of when asked about the origins of the personal computer, but it turns out that the machines, mechanisms, and simple tools of the... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Evan Itle, Alex Brito, Brian Nelms, Ty Williams, Josef Smith, Zachary Bohl
This the true story of how great success leads to arrogance and from there to missing the boat on the personal computer. Read morePublished 10 months ago by George Miles Ballard
The book is very good and in a very good condition. Just how i expected it to be.Published 14 months ago by Edon Jakupi
Fumbling the Future, by Douglas Smith and Robert Alexander, is a detailed analysis of Xerox’s venture into the personal computer industry in the 1970s. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Chiara I. Tedone
Every decision makers in organizations should read this. It is easy to avoid trying but the consequences are dire.Published 19 months ago by David Lehmann