THINK Again: IBM CAN Maximize Shareholder Value is now available
It would be impossible to credit every person or resource that I have used in my IBM research, but this is a start. As time progresses, I will continue to add more information so that others, if they so desire, can build upon my research. Not only do I rely on my thirty years experience at IBM, but I also depend upon various magazines, newspapers and books for the information that I site. On the menu above (or with the link below) you will find the following reference materials:
If you are a retired IBMer and have information or old papers you would like to sell or contribute, just send a note to IBMers @ mbiconcepts.com. I have a complete set of THINK Magazine (electronic only but still pursuing hard copy on many issues) and, so far, I only have four years of IBM's Business Machines newspapers. The latter provides a wealth of information that can't be found anywhere else, so please do not throw them away - send me a note. Help me write about and preserve IBM's history.
Peter E. Greulich is an author, publisher and public speaker.
He has written three books on IBM and three essays on Thomas J. Watson Sr.’s leadership during the Great Depression. His latest book, THINK Again: IBM CAN Maximize Shareholder Value is about IBM, its leaders, its employees, its shareholders, its customers, its supportive societies, and one-hundred years of their unique interactions. IBM has had its great, good, and bad moments; and, in this century, some of its ugliest.
But there is still hope.
Click here to read the foreword, preface and watch the book trailers.