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Aaron Beam's conversational style is easy to read and his explanation of what happened is very easy to understand.
It gives an insight to the personality of the HealthSouth CEO and provides an insider's view of events that led to one of America's largest corporate scandals.
It gets you inside the inner circle where you see just how they made HealthSouth happen, the good, the bad and the ugly... and plenty of it is pretty ugly.
Unfortunately the good ole boys club is alive and well and unethical dealings go unchallenged in many organizations today. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Selena Shope
Mr. Beam`s book was a great example of fraud relating business ethics. I think I learnt a lot through his experience and his path and I got familiar with the risk of committing... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Korponai Péter
This is a great read!!! I'm not the least bit interested and know much about what this man did but it was a wonderful book!!!Published 6 months ago by Lynne C.
All business students should read this book. Well written and insightful. Avoiding these outcomes requires an understanding of how they are fostered in some organizations.Published 9 months ago by Heather Haugen
I find this tale very interesting. It is basically a confessional and a true story. It gets you inside the inner circle where you see just how they made HealthSouth happen, the... Read morePublished 11 months ago by David Richards
As a former employee of HEALTHSOUTH under King Richard's reign, I really enjoyed the book. It gave the whole history in an easy to follow and concise manner. Read morePublished on April 4, 2011 by Cynthia D. Alexander