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Latinx Business Success : How Latinx Ingenuity, Innovation, and Tenacity Are Driving Some of the World's Biggest Companies.

Author/Creator:
Carbajal, Frank.
Publication:
Newark : John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated, 2021.
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource (291 pages)
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Other Title:
Latinx Business Success
Subjects:
Hispanic American businesspeople.
Leadership.
Form/Genre:
Electronic books.
Summary:
"Latinx Business Success delivers a powerful and inspiring message of Latinx leadership. Via interviews with many of the most accomplished Latin business leaders in the United States, authors Frank Carbajal and José Morey offer readers a full picture of what it takes to succeed in modern leadership and how to close the digital divide that keeps Latinx people underrepresented in positions of authority. The book explores the authors' DIGITAL framework--which includes the principles of Decision, Intelligence, Game Plan, Insight, Technology, Abundance, and Leverage--and explains how each element of the system contributes to leadership success for current and aspiring Latinx leaders."-- Provided by publisher.
Contents:
Cover
Title Page
Copyright Page
Contents
Foreword
Preface
Introduction: The Latino DIGITAL Leadership Model
Decision Making: Latinos at the Table - Chapter 1
Intelligence: Intelligence Will Push You Through - Chapter 2
Game Plan: The Game Plan Is the Action - Chapter 3
Inclusion: Inclusion Develops New Leadership - Chapter 4
Technology: Technology Is a Way of Life - Chapter 5
Abundance: Abundance of Life - Chapter 6
Leverage: Leverage Provides Energy to Make It Happen - Chapter 7
Chapter 1 Decision Making: C-Suite Level Leaders and Board Directors
The Digital Divide and COVID: A Tale of Two Realities
Chapter 2 Intelligence: Healthcare and Physicians
Chapter 3 Game Plan: Latinx-Factor Leaders
Early Exposure to Digital Career Paths
Teamwork
Relationship Building
Go the Extra Mile
Company Hierarchy and Negotiation
Chapter 4 Inclusion: Executive Nonprofit Leadership and Education
Chapter 5 Technology: Technology Executives
Chapter 6 Abundance: Media and Arts
Chapter 7 Leverage: Venture Capital and Entrepreneurship
Conclusion
Acknowledgments
About the Authors
Index
EULA.
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Contributor:
Morey, Jose.
ISBN:
1-119-84080-5
1-119-84083-X
9781119840800
OCLC:
1269417399