Managerial Lessons From the East: An Interview With Acer's Stan Shih
- A Conversation with The Acer Group's Stan Shih on Global Strategy and Management. Mathews, John A.; Snow, Charles C. // Organizational Dynamics;Summer98, Vol. 27 Issue 1, p65
No abstract available.
- Acer gets foothold in Tablet PC arena. // eWeek;11/18/2002, Vol. 19 Issue 46, p22
Interviews Stan Shih, the chairman of Acer Inc. on the scope of XP Tablet personal computers (PCs) in the U.S. market. Response of the market to the PCs; Difference between Tablet computers and XC computers developed by the company; Sales projections of the PCs made by the company; Importance...
- Why Acer is the world's fastest growing computer company. // Asian Business Review;Mar1997, p24
Presents an interview with Acer Group chief executive officer Stan Shih which focuses on the company's growth. Growth of sales revenues for the last three years; Application of the concept of employee ownership; Industry experts' insights on factors boosting the company's growth.
- STAN SHIH, ACER. Kovar, Joseph F. // CRN;6/7/2004, Issue 1099, p60
Interviews Stan Shih, founder of the Acer Group of Cos., regarding his company's strategy in expanding its presence in the U.S. information technology industry. Problems faced by the company in 2000; Account of Acer's recovery from losses; Overview of the company's distribution model.
- Leadership Spotlight. Coleman, Beth // FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin;Jan2013, Vol. 82 Issue 1, p1
The author reflects on the qualifications of being a good leader by having the ability to connect with others on a human level.
- How to be a good leader. // Nurse Aide-VIP;Jan2013, Vol. 25 Issue 1, p13
The article suggests several ways to become an efficient leader including building confidence towards the task, handle responsibility effectively and should be honest with people.
- What Kind of Leader Are You? Kallstrom, Thomas J. // AARC Times;Mar2015, Vol. 39 Issue 3, p18
The article discusses several examples of leadership in the current health care environment. These include transactional leadership where the leader sets goals and standards for a reward, adaptive leadership where the leader understands that health course is not static and must work to...
- Principles of 'servant leadership' and how they can enhance practice. Waterman, Harold // Nursing Management - UK;Feb2011, Vol. 17 Issue 9, p24
Harold Waterman suggests that leaders can obtain the most from their staff and deliver better services by embracing a more egalitarian model of management.
- T is for theory. Weir-Hughes, Dickon // Nursing Management - UK;Jul2011, Vol. 18 Issue 4, p15
An excerpt from the book "Clinical Leadership: From A to Z," by Dickon Weir-Hughes is presented.