In their book, Khazin and Shcheglov offer the reader a completely new interpretation of the essence of Power, telling in detail about all stages of a power career — from an ordinary employee of a corporation to a high-ranking representative of the world elite.
What rule of authority did Steve Jobs violate when he was fired from all his posts in his own Apple company in 1984? What enemy brought to execution the «genius of the Carpathians», the all-powerful dictator of Romania Nicolae Ceausescu? Why did the generals start the 1958 military coup in France, and as a result, the power went to the long-retired De Gaulle? How many years did it take for a real person of Power to go from a beggar on the porch to the emperor of Byzantium, and how did he do it at all?
About this and much more — in the new book of the famous Russian economist Mikhail Khazin and the popular blogger Sergei Shcheglov.
Foreword. Three myths and three truths about power
Part I. Things that cannot be said
Chapter 1. People of Power. Vassal Rules of Authority
1. A gang is striving for power
2. Playing in the system
3. Vassal error
4. We need faithful
5. Non-system elements
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