Jack Valenti–Paths to Power (Video) DVD Harvard Case Solution & Analysis

Jack Valenti, long time chairman and CEO of the association Picture Motion, was known for his formation of the American film and television industry worldwide. Born and raised in Texas, Valenti served in Army Air Corps during World War II, and later as a special assistant to President Lyndon Johnson in the White House. In class discussion, Valenti shares what he has learned from his experience in a powerful position. He talks about the importance of helping people out, never get personal and never forgetting the obligation. Valenti says, is polite and respectful to all, and is transparent, with no hidden agendas. At the same time, he stressed the need to set boundaries and to require them to be respectful. This video can be used with Connie Bruck, "personal touch", The New Yorker, August 13, 2001, pp. 42-59, and Bernard Weinbraub, "The man who combines Mughal, looking ahead," New York Times, 27 October , 2003, pp. B1, B6. The video is part of the path to power, Jeffrey Pfeffer series. Other titles available in this series include: OB56V-04 and OB56V-05 Rudy Crew, Keith OB44 Ferrazzi and accompanying video OB44V, OB42A OB42B and Dr. Laura Esserman and accompanying video OB42V-04 and OB42V-05 and OB45 Gary Loveman and Harrah's Entertainment and accompanying video OB45V «Hide
by Jeffrey Pfeffer Source: Supplement 13 minutes of video. Publication Date: Mar 08, 2005. Prod. #: OB55V-VID-ENG

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