This book is a quick and interesting read.
The flavor throughout the book is how Patton's military style and experience applies to management and leadership of today's business organization.
I just completed reading a borrowed copy and decided to buy a copy for my personal library for future reference.
Patton was a no nonsense leader, a man who got things done without the B.S. and word-magic. Today things are bad: We associate "leader" with liar. Read morePublished 3 months ago by ToilandTrust
With all the jazz around Bill O'Reilly's "Killing Patton" book, and as an ardent student of leadership, I decided to read Dr. Axelrod's "Patton on Leadership". Read morePublished 4 months ago by William
Excellent insight as to who Patton was. A Great Leader and Gentleman who demanded excellence and got it from those he led.Published 8 months ago by steve weber
i have purchased many copies of this book. it is a great daily reader, short excerpts/stories only a few pages a piece for each message. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Andrew Zukewycz
It was a book that my son was required to read for his job. He said it had very good information on lessons for getting ahead in the Corp. world.Published 15 months ago by Joanne
I am a big fan of Patton and feel as though he does not get the credit that he deserves. This book is great for someone who has the mind of a military man and the job of an... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Mr & Mrs Jones
Corporate America could learn a lot more from this than Zero Defects, Total Quality Management. Lead people and they will follow your example.Published 20 months ago by C E JUDD