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The Lenovo Way by Gina Qiao and Yolanda Conyers

August 8, 2014

51HsTEptFaL._SY344_BO1,204,203,200_In The Lenovo Way, Senior Vice President Gina Qiao and Vice President Yolanda Conyers of Lenovo discuss the best ways of managing a diverse global company and reaching optimal performance. Since its groundbreaking acquisition of IBM’s PC business in 2005, Lenovo has been #1 in global PC sales, making this book a must-read for all future business innovators.

The Lenovo Way illustrates to business leaders how to gain market share and develop new, more efficient business models. Perhaps Lenovo’s most remarkable feature as a company is that it is has roots in both the East and the West; thus, this book is a terrific case study for the best global practices of managing a business. Moreover, it tells the story of how two women from very different backgrounds became leaders within the company, paralleling Lenovo’s rise to the top of the industry. The Lenovo Way divulges not only how to gain market shares or how to create a diverse corporate culture that transcends all borders, but perhaps more importantly, it illustrates how to lead your company successfully through the chaos of change.

“If you want to grow your business and turn global opportunity into reality, read The Lenovo Way. From the new generation of female leadership, this book shares important business lessons for a global world.” — Carol Evans, President, Working Mother Media

“Through groundbreaking and innovative leadership, Lenovo has proven that ‘soft’ values can lead to huge profits. The Lenovo Way shows how they did it–and how you can too.” — Marshall Goldsmith, author of the New York Times bestseller What Got You Here Won’t Get You There

“In The Lenovo Way, authors Gina Qiao and Yolanda Conyers have mapped a course to success for future global leaders.” — Deborah Gillis, President and CEO, Catalyst

 

The Lenovo Way is available from Barnes & Noble, Amazon, and your local indie bookstore.

 

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