Perspectives on Bob's Books

What's Holding You Back?

"A must read for both emerging and established executives! Bob Herbold provides ten clear guidelines that will enable managers to become strong, proactive leaders."

- J.Lechleiter, retired Chairman, President and CEO of Eli Lilly & Company

Seduced By Success

"Bob Herbold gets to the heart of why successful organizations and individuals often go into a tail-spin, and how this can be avoided. His thorough reviews of specific companies we all know make this a very useful book, and I highly recommend it."

- Indra K. Nooyi, Chairperson & CEO, PepsiCo, Inc.

The Fiefdom Syndrome

"Turf wars and bureaucracy can undermine even the strongest corporate strategies. Drawing on lessons learned throughout his distinguished career, Bob describes innovative and practical ways to tackle this pervasive problem."

- Bill Gates, Co-Founder, Microsoft Corporation and Co-Founder, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

Bob's Gutsy Leadership Blog

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Bob regularly writes blog posts and articles with his areas of focus being leadership, organizational effectiveness. Below you will find the titles and hot-links of his most recent efforts:

3G and Berkshire Hathaway: A Bad Partnership Damages Kraft Heinz!

Berkshire Hathaway (aka Warren Buffett) is best known for buying highly successful companies with very high-quality products run by people who have accumulated a deep understanding of all aspects of the business, and then lets those people continue to run the business just as they have in the past.

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Maria Bartiromo Interview: China is not respecting intellectual property

This past weekend, I was interviewed on the Friday evening Maria Bartiromo’s Walll Street show on Fox Business News, which also aired on Sunday.  We discussed in detail the Huawei problem and the broader issue of protection of intellectual property. You can watch the entire interview by clicking here.    

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A Key Element in Procter & Gamble’s 182 Years of Success!

Before my 9 years at Microsoft, I spent 26 years at P&G, with the last 4 as a Senior Vice President. Given that experience, I have a strong opinion as to why P&G has performed so well.

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