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PUT THE MOOSE ON THE TABLE LESSONS IN LEADERSHIP FROM A CEO’S JOURNEY THROUGH BUSINESS AND LIFE PUT THE MOOSE ON THE TABLE RANDALL TOBIAS Chairman Emeritus—Eli Lilly and Company Former Vice Chairman—AT&T WITH TODD TOBIAS THE AUTHOR ’S PROFITS FROM THIS BOOK ARE BEING DONATED TO CHARITY The photographs on pages 4, 5, 23, and 29 are property of AT&T Reprinted with permission of AT&T This book is a publication of Indiana University Press 601 North Morton Street Bloomington, Indiana 47404-3797 USA http://www.iupress.indiana.edu Telephone orders Fax orders Orders by e-mail 800-842-6796 812-855-7931 iuporder@indiana.edu © 2003 by Randall Tobias All rights reserved No part of this book may be reproduced or utilized in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying and recording, or by any information storage and retrieval system, without permission in writing from the publisher The Association of American University Presses’ Resolution on Permissions constitutes the only exception to this prohibition The paper used in this publication meets the minimum requirements of American National Standard for Information Sciences—Permanence of Paper for Printed Library Materials, ANSI Z39.48-1984 Manufactured in the United States of America Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Tobias, Randall Put the moose on the table : lessons in leadership from a CEO’s journey through business and life / Randall Tobias ; with Todd Tobias p cm Includes bibliographical references and index ISBN 0-253-34239-2 (cloth : alk paper) Organizational change Industrial management—United States—Case studies Tobias, Randall Executives—United States—Biography I Tobias, Todd II Title HD58.8 T62 2003 650.1—dc21 2002015748 08 07 06 05 04 03 For my five oldest grandchildren, Connor, Ella, Emily, Annie, and Ashley, who already know the challenge and excitement of continuous change The five oldest Tobias grandchildren ( left to right): Connor and Emily Button, the children of my daughter Paige; Ella Tobias (front), the daughter of my son Todd; and Annie and Ashley Ullyot, the daughters of Marianne’s son Jim Photo courtesy of Kathy Blankenheim CONTENTS In t ro d u c t i o n Prescription for Disaster ONE T WO FOUR The Ghost Ship 20 The Opposite of Wine THREE 44 Small Town, Big Lessons 79 A Complete Education 100 The Hierarchy of Secrets 123 FIVE SIX ix SEVEN EIGHT 142 Focusing the Boxes NINE TEN Bond Traders Risky Business 199 When It’s Time to Go Epilogue Ac k n ow l e d g m e n t s Index 271 213 244 Tobias’s Lessons in Leadership Bi b l i o g r ap hy 170 261 267 246 Introduction INTRODUCTION You not like them So you say Try them! Try them! And you may —Dr Seuss, Green Eggs and Ham In the spring of 1849, David Tobias, a first-generation Welsh immigrant, purchased a small, unpretentious plot of land near the Muscatatuck River in southern Indiana and built a water-powered mill on its banks The Tobias Mill, as it would come to be called, was powered by a large waterwheel and housed several grinding stones and saw blades used to convert corn into corn meal, wheat into flour, and trees into lumber When he was old enough, David’s son, Theopolis, was trained to run the family business, which he did, until his son, Harry, eventually took over By the turn of the nineteenth century, the steam engine had become the new technology Thanks to the wide availability of steam power, and other technological breakthroughs, it became more convenient and cost-effective for farmers to convert their grain right in the field rather than haul their crops to the river’s edge, as had been the custom That was the beginning of the end, and the mill eventually ceased operation Sometime during the summer of 1949, one hundred years ix Index Biddle, Chester, 92 Biddle Farms, 92–93 biotechnology, 134 Block, Ed, 27–28, 34, 48 board meetings, 227 Bolger, Tom, 186n3 Bridge of San Luis Rey, The (Wilder), 76 Brooks, Katherine, 196 Brown, Ann Lee, 185, 186 Brown, Charles L., 2–5, 4, 30, 36, 127; AT&T senior executive body and, 23; functional organization of AT&T and, 184; as leader, 37–38, 132–133; retirement from AT&T, 185, 186; roles in divestiture process, 22; technological integration and, 24, 40–41 Bryan, William Lowe, 100 Bryson, Vaughn, 7, 8–9, 14, 15; corporate culture and, 58; supporters of, 16 Buckingham, Brig Gen Fred, 105 Burlingame, Hal, 37, 48 Busch, Terry, 50 Bush, George H W., 218, 219 Bush, George W., 239 Butcher, Channa Beth Vosloh, 97 Butcher, Helen (aunt), 82 Button, Paige Tobias (daughter), 64, 65, 66–69, 67, 76; father’s retirement plans and, 227, 237; library project and, 242; in soccer league, 170 Button, Tim, 68 cafeterias, 157 Camp Pottawattomie, 95–99, 98, 99 Campbell, Phil, 183 career advancement, 128–129, 132, 254–255 Casey, William, 83 Cashel, Bill, 186 central office switching machines, 40 Champions of Change (Nadler), 228 change, x, xi, 43, 244; adapting to, 137, 251; AT&T breakup and, 187; competitive advantage and, xiii, 250; complacency and, 154; decisive action and, 228; job security and, 153; management of, xiii; organizational, 188; uncertainty and, 148 change agent, Chemical Bank, 134 child development centers, 156–157, 158, 167 China, People’s Republic of, Clendenin, John, 124 Clinton, Bill, 159n, 161, 203 Clinton, Hillary Rodham, 203 Clinton administration, 9–10, 203–208 Coca-Cola, 133 coffee bars, 157, 161 Coll, Steve, 30 Colon, Teresita, 197 Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, 185 committees, 260 communication, xiv, 17, 135, 140, 252– 253; contingency planning and, 46, 49; integrity and, 70; leadership and, 246; policy of Eli Lilly and, 53–61; structuring of message, 50; teamwork and, 52–53; vision and, 31 competitive businesses, 24, 36 computers, 29, 39, 40, 41, 134, 189 conflict of interest, 83 Congress, 30, 118, 122, 204 ConocoPhillips, 134 consensus, 38, 138, 139, 192, 242; change agents and, 3; as compromise, 260 contingency plans, 44–53 Cornelius, Jim, 51, 52, 177 corporate culture, 144, 162, 247–249; of AT&T, 38, 40, 199; of Eli Lilly, 58, 70, 143, 146–148, 152, 168– 169; of Enron, 146; work hours and, 166 corporate killers, 154 cosmetics industry, 174–175 272 Index coup, 55 Couric, Katie, 159, 160 court cases, 44, 45, 46 Crawford, Ann-Marie, 195 credit union, 157 “Cube, The” (Lilly strategy), 180, 180 Cummins Engine Company, 130 customer premises equipment, 26 customer relations, 94–95 customer service, 89 Daniels, Mitchell E., Jr., 138, 148–149, 164, 207, 231 Davis, Blaine, 11 Dawson, Julia, 115 Deal of the Century, The (Coll), 30 Debenedetti, Carlo, 40 deButts, John, 37, 127, 129 decision making, 139, 192, 252, 260 Dempsey, Cedric W., 140 DePauw University, 87 depression, clinical, 62–66, 234 Depression (1930s), 83, 85, 87, 95–96, 152 Diffusion of Innovations (Rogers), 33 DiMarchi, Richard, 51 Diversified Pharmaceutical Services (DPS), 206, 208 Dollens, Ronald W., 52, 139 Dow Chemical Company, 175, 176, 178 downsizing, 8, 55, 248 dress codes, 200 Drucker, Peter, 170 Dunshee, Brice, 52n Eagle, Mike, 208–209, 211, 211–212 Eastwood, Clint, 126 economies of scale, 190 Edison, Thomas A., 33 education, academic, 111, 260 Elanco Animal Health, 8, 15, 52n, 92, 175–176, 178 elder-care services, 157 Eli Lilly and Company, xiv, xv, 42, 134; acquisitions of, 174–180; “board- room coup” at, 7–8; clinical trial deaths and, 13, 17–19; corporate communications policy, 53–61; corporate culture of, 58, 70, 143, 146–148, 152, 168–169; “Cube” strategy, 180, 180; FIAU crisis, 13, 55, 56, 148–150; functional organization in, 182–183, 202; Global Management Meeting, 210– 212, 211; history of, 9; human resources programs, 155–157, 158, 159–163, 162, 248–249; insulin business, 171–172; Lilly Research Laboratories, 69; mental health issues and, 62; pharmaceutical benefit managers (PBMs) and, 206– 207; Prozac patent case and, 44– 49; recipe for success and, 150– 155; shareholder value creation, 230, 230–231; stock of, 45–46, 48, 51; succession planning at, 222– 226, 224–225; values of, 70, 142, 168–169; Zyprexa project, 192– 198 Elizabeth Arden company, 8, 174 Ellinghaus, Bill, 185–186 e-mail, 38 emerging markets, 196 employees, of AT&T, xii, 5, 27–28, 199 employees, of Eli Lilly, 59–61, 70, 142, 143, 147–148, 229; communications policy and, 54, 55; decision making by, 209; family structures of, 248; flexible hours and, 163– 167; human resources programs and, 155–157, 158, 159–163, 162; reciprocity and, 152–153, 154; R T.’s popularity with, 228 “empty suits,” 110 Enright, Bill, 77 Enron scandal, 49, 143, 145–146 Erl Wood research facility, 192 ethical standards, 135, 143, 256 Evansville, Indiana, 114, 115 excellence, 142, 147, 168 273 Index Fairview Hatchery, 91–92 families, 156, 157, 164, 248 family farms, xi Farley, Marsha, 14 Fastow, Andrew, 145–146 fathers and sons, 244–245 Federal Communications Commission (FCC), 25, 26, 187 Federal Trade Commission (FTC), 208 FIAU (drug), 13, 19n, 55, 56, 149–150 Flickner, Jim, 242 focus groups, 181–183 Food and Drug Administration (FDA), 175, 194 football, 151 foresight, 137 formularies, 206, 207 Fort Sill, Oklahoma, 117–122, 118, 121 Fortune 500, 9, 56 Fortune magazine, 32 Fox, Brendan, 92 Free Sales Certificate, 196 Frick, Dave, 104, 105 functional organization, 182–191, 202 Gates, Bill, 32 General Electric, 32, 149, 174, 239 General Motors, 166 generalists, 110 generic drugs, 204 Gerstner, Lou, 29, 32, 133 Gillam, Ron, 102 global budgets, 203 Global Crossing, 143 globalization, 11 Goizueta, Roberto, 133 Golden, Charlie, 166 government regulation, 36 Granadillo, Pedro, 135, 159, 167, 223, 226 Graper, Bob, 52 Grein, Tom, 207 Guidant, 178–179, 202, 220, 230 Hackley, Harold, 82, 86 Harwood, Fern Beatrice See Tobias, Fern (mother) hatchet man, 55 Hayhurst, Tom, 101–102, 105 Hazelett, Suzanne, 240–241 health-care system, 62, 64, 65, 203– 208, 228 Heimansohn, Donna, 71 Hewitt, Charles, 102 Hoosiers (film), 142 Hotten, Terry, 192 Hough, Dick, 186n3 Hugel, Charlie, 186n3 human resources programs, 155–157, 158, 159–163, 162 Huston, Tom, 105 Iacocca, Lee, 44 IBM (International Business Machines), 32, 133 Illinois Bell, 123, 125, 127–128, 183, 185 Immelt, Jeff, 239 In Search of Excellence: Lessons from America’s Best-Run Companies (Peters and Waterman), 167–168 Indiana: Bell Telephone Company of, xi–xii, xiii, 129–131, 200; Camp Pottawattomie, 95–99, 98; Eli Lilly in, 56; journalists in, 53, 54; Tobias family in, x Indiana University, xi, xiii, xv, 100–107, 104, 107; Kelly School of Business, 110; ROTC program at, 105, 113, 117–118 Indianapolis, 77, 78, 144, 160 Indianapolis Monthly magazine, 71, 72 information age, 30 information voids, 49, 50, 51, 53, 252 Initial Management Development Program (IMDP) (“M-Dips”), 113– 116 innovation, 33, 46, 136, 198; inspiring, 139; leadership and, 256; in pharmaceutical industry, 110; Zyprexa project and, 194 274 Index integrity, 70, 80, 138, 244; defined, 147; as Eli Lilly value, 142, 143, 147 intellectual capital, 139 intellectual property rights, 34, 47n interdependence, 39 intuition, 210 invention, 32–33 inventory control, 94 IPOs (Initial Public Offerings), xi Irwin, Jim, 115 Jiang Zemin, 11, 12 job security, xii–xiii, 152, 153, 154, 248 job-sharing program, 165 Johnson, Lyndon, 116 Justice Department, U.S., xii, 3, 24, 30, 37 Keeshan, Bob (Captain Kangaroo), 158 Kendall, Rebecca, 15, 149–150, 220–222 Kennedy, John F., 105, 199 Keohane, Nannerl O., 140 Kernen, Joe, 45, 46 Kimberly Clark, 134 King, J B., 220 Kittle, Jim, 101, 104, 105 Kittle’s Furniture Stores, 105 Knight Ridder, Inc., 134 Lange, Candi, 159, 165–166 Laurie, Marilyn, 38, 48 laws and regulations, 143–144 layoffs, 8, 9, 55, 152 leadership, xiii, xvi, 42, 84; accessibility and, 58, 61; ambiguity and, 108– 111; arts/culture and, 130; of AT&T, 40; change and, 3–4, 36– 37; end of tenure and, 217; ethical standards/values and, 142–148; by example, 17; flextime and, 166; indicators of potential for, 135– 136, 256; intuition and, 210; leaders’ comments on, 136–141; lessons in, 246–260; listening and, 85, 113, 246; managers and, 132– 135; military, 117, 191; as mysterious quality, 81; negligence and, 144; qualities associated with, 126; reciprocity and, 153; strategic focus and, 9, 173; succession planning and, 222–226, 224–225; symbolism of corporate culture and, 58; teamwork and, 192, 231; vision and, 28, 29, 30–31 Leading at the Edge (Perkins), 70n learning, value of, 84, 111, 117, 136, 256 Lechleiter, John, 194 Lee, Clyde, 53, 54, 56–59, 57, 61 Lehman, Gene, 242 Lennon, John, 33, 79 Leppard, Raymond, 112, 113 Lilly, Col Eli, 33n, 54–55, 60, 80, 259n Lilly, Eli (grandson of the colonel), 151 Lippmann, Walter, 213 Lockheed Martin Corporation, 109 Loghrey, Kay, 196 loyalty, 151–152, 248 Lucent Technologies, 41, 42 Lugar, Sen Richard, 105 Luther, John, 142 Lynch, Peter, 232, 258 McCartney, Paul, 33 McDougal, Carol Anne Schantz, 215, 217 McGowan, William, 30 McGraw-Hill, 239 McKesson, 206 McKinney, Frank, Jr., 75 McKinney, Marianne W See Tobias, Marianne Williams (McKinney) (second wife) McKinsey & Company, 133 magazine publishing, 134 Magruder, Jeb Stuart, 49 management, xiii, 10, 61, 249; focus groups and, 181–183; “high potential” managers, 108; managers and leaders, 132–135 275 Index Maney, Kevin, 31 manufacturing, 41, 181 Market Wrap (television program), 45, 46 marketing, 94 Mars candy company, 201 Marshall, Chuck, 23, 127n, 183–184, 187, 188 Martin, Patty, 163 Martine, Kathy, 28n May, Mary, 87 MCI Corporation, 25, 30 “M-Dips,” 113–116 Medco Containment Services, 206, 208 Medicare, 203, 204, 205 medicine, 17 Medley, Alice, 93 Medley, Randy, 93, 99 Mei Wei Chang, 11 mental health, 62–69, 71, 73 mentors, 81, 93, 96, 126, 132, 254 Merck, 206 mergers, 55 Merkel, Mike, 98, 98–99, 217 Microsoft, 32 military analogy, 32, 251 Miller, J Irwin, 130, 131 Milner, Doc, 93–94, 95 monopoly, 21, 24, 32, 36, 38 moose metaphor, xv, 69–70, 233 Morgan, J P., 34 Morgan Stanley, 178 Morris, James T., 100–101, 105, 139 most-favored-nation status, 11 Motorola, 124 music, 112–113, 213, 215–216, 216, 217 National Institutes of Health (NIH), 13, 17, 62 NCR Corporation, 40, 41 New York Times, 2–3, 11 Nixon, Richard, 105 “no comment,” 54, 55 Nurnberger, Tom, 115 Occam’s Razor, 6–19, 18 Olivetti Corporation, 40 Olson, Jim, 127, 132, 184, 186, 187, 188; AT&T senior executive body and, 23; Business Committee for the Arts and, 130, 131 opportunity, success and, 126–127, 129, 254 organizational structure, 257 Nadler, David A., 70, 141, 188, 228, 237 National Academy of Sciences, 19 National Association of Retail Druggists, 208 National Football League, 151 PAID (pharmaceutical benefit manager), 208 Pasteur, Louis, 33 Paul, Steven, 51, 62, 73–74 PCS (pharmaceutical benefit manager), 206–207, 208, 230 Peck’s Grocery, 93–95 people, as asset, 147, 161, 249; as competitive resource, 61, 168; corporate culture and, 70, 142 perception, customers and, 175 Perkins, Dennis, 70n Perleman, Mel, 15–16 pharmaceutical benefit managers (PBMs), 206, 208 pharmaceutical industry, 110, 174–175, 177–179, 231; Clinton administration and, 203; comparison with candy industry, 201; corporate culture and, 202 Planje, Ted, 149, 173 Pottawattomie, Camp, 95–99, 98 press, relations with, 8, 56, 70–71 prices/price controls, 25, 36, 203, 204 private branch exchanges (PBXs), 25 profit, revenue and, 91 276 Index Prozac, 44, 46, 73–74, 207, 231 Prozac Nation (Wurtzel), 73–74 Quayle, Dan, 7, 218–221, 219 Qwest, 143 Ramsey, Jeff, 195 Rapid Regulatory Response Database, 195 Reagan administration, 30 reciprocity, 150–155, 161, 248 Reel, Ivan, 242 regional health alliances, 203–204 Reinken, Paul, 130 Remington, Indiana, 79–81, 80, 82, 83, 89, 90–91; cemetery, 99; farming in, 86; Peck’s Grocery, 93; Roy and Fern Tobias Center and Public Library, 240–243, 243; school system of, 102, 213, 214, 215–218, 217, 233; State Bank of, 87, 88, 91 research and development (R&D), 27, 35, 36, 41, 179; generic drug companies and, 204n; Zyprexa and, 193 respect, 17, 18 results, leadership and, 135 revenue, profit and, 91 Revson, Charles, 175 risk taking, 136, 138, 199, 200, 202, 251–252; aversion to, 209; choosing between risks, 203–210; leadership and, 256 RJR Nabisco, 133 Rogers, Everett, 33 Roy and Fern Tobias Center and Public Library, 240–243, 243 sales and marketing, 27, 181 Salyer, Marilyn See Tobias, Marilyn Salyer (first wife) Saunders, John, 195 schizophrenia, 192 scientific community, 18, 195 secrets, hierarchy of, 134–136 service, 36, 39 Shalala, Donna, 203, 204 “Shaping of Tomorrow, The” (policy seminar), 37 shareholders, xi, 19, 55; added value and, 143; annual meeting, 150; communication with, 3; corporate strategy and, 173; entitlement and, 153; shareholder value, 173, 177, 202, 230, 230–231, 252 Shearer, Robert B., 213, 215, 216, 217 Singapore Airlines, 50–51 “Single Enterprise Strategy,” 39 Smart, John, 25 SmithKlineBeecham, 206 soccer, 170–171, 258–259 soft issues, 141, 145, 224, 247 specialists, 109 Sprint, 25 stakeholders, 52, 61, 148, 173 Standing Firm (Quayle), 218 Starr, Ringo, 33 stocks, xi, xiv, 45, 54 Stotka, Jennifer, 17 strategy, 31, 32, 172–174, 192, 247; “Cube” strategy, 180, 180; vision and, 250; written memos and, 227 success, 126, 138, 139, 202; fragility of, 229; opportunity and, 254; reciprocity and, 150–155, 161; short life of, 14; values and, 247 succession planning, 222–226, 227, 232–233, 244, 257–258 suit coats, symbolism of, 58–59 summer science camp, 160–161, 162 Table Moose Media, 244 talent identification programs, 223–226, 224–225 Tanenbaum, Morry, 21–22, 23, 38 Taurel, Sidney, 44, 45, 46–48, 51; as COO of Eli Lilly, 135; corporate culture of Lilly and, 168; at Global 277 Index Management Meeting, 210, 211; on leadership, 136–137; on moose metaphor, 70; succession planning and, 223, 226, 234–235, 236, 237–239, 238 teams, invention and, 33 technological integration, 24, 28, 40– 41, 189 telecommunications industry, 30, 40, 189 telecommuting, 165 telephone, invention of, 33–34 telephone service, 25, 123, 128 Termine, John, 51 Tesla, Nikola, 33 Time Warner, 38 Tobias, David (great-great-grandfather), ix, x Tobias, Fern (mother), 81–85, 83, 84, 119, 216, 241 Tobias, Marianne Williams (McKinney) (second wife), 74–78, 77, 112, 158, 185, 234; library project and, 243; R T.’s retirement plans and, 227, 237 Tobias, Marilyn Salyer (first wife), 61– 69, 63, 67, 70–71, 73; friendship with Marianne McKinney, 75–76; mental health issues and memory of, 74; R T first meets, 121–122; suicide of, 61, 66–68, 185, 234 Tobias, Paige See Button, Paige Tobias (daughter) Tobias, Randall: AT&T business deal with China and, 10–12, 12, 14; as AT&T “M-Dipper,” 113–116; in AT&T senior management, 172, 188; as Chairman/CEO of Eli Lilly, 7, 10–18, 42–43, 56, 135, 142, 175; early life in Indiana, 79–81, 80, 213, 214, 215–218, 216, 217; family crisis and, 68–69; farewell to AT&T, 20–28, 26, 29; first jobs, 90–95; at Illinois Bell, 123–129, 183–184; at Indiana University, 100–107, 104, 107, 111, 112; interviewed, 56–61, 57, 71, 72, 73, 159, 160; Lilly human resources programs and, 158, 161, 167n; media coverage and, 56; military service, 113–114, 116–122, 118, 121, 191; with politicians, 161, 219; retirement of, 227–237, 237–243, 238 Tobias, Roger (brother), 56, 89, 96, 215–216 Tobias, Roy G (father), x, 82, 83, 84, 85–90, 241 Tobias, Todd (son), 64–65, 66, 67–68, 71, 76, 87; father’s career and, 136; father’s retirement plans and, 227, 237; lessons in leadership, 246– 260; library project and, 242 Tobias family, ix–x, xi, 66–69, 67 Tobias Family Foundations, 240 Tobias Mill, ix, x Today Show, 159, 160 Tollefson, Gary, 193 Trienens, Howard, 4, 23, 24, 81n Tupper, David, 192 Tyco, 143 Tyson Foods, 92 uncertainty, 108, 109, 148 Unforgiven (film), 126 “Universal Service” vision, 34, 35–36 University Showtime (radio program), 105 USA Today, 31 vacation days, 157 Vail, Theodore, 5, 34–36, 38 value creation, 139 values, 142–148 Varela, Jimmy, 197 Varney, Christine, 208 versatility, 256 vertical integration, 23, 36 Vietnam, Lilly sales force in, 60 Vietnam War, 99, 100, 101, 116–117, 119–120 278 Index vision, 22, 28–32, 137, 140, 244; strategy and, 172–174, 250; success and, 42 von Auw, Alvin, 184 Vosloh, Channing (“Chink”), 96, 97 Vosloh, Rowena, 96 Wall Street, xi, 7, 9, 19, 48, 51, 235 Wall Street Journal, 3, 30, 71; on Enron scandal, 145–146; on Prozac advertisement, 73–74 Wal-Mart, 204–205 Walsh, Donnie, 112, 113 Washington Post, 30 Waste Management, 143, 145 Watanabe, August (Gus), 51, 65, 69, 179, 193 Welch, Jack, 32, 123, 149, 239 Wells, Herman B, 107 West, Ed, 47, 54, 57, 59, 71 Western Electric, 23–24, 27, 40, 187 Whalen, Ken, 186n3 Wilder, Thornton, 76 Willcoxon, Sam, 27, 39 William of Occam, 6n Wilson, Sloan, 199 Wolfe, Thomas, 240 Wood, Richard D., 8, Working Mother magazine, 157, 159 work-life initiatives, 159, 161, 163–167, 249 Works Progress Administration (WPA), 95–96 WorldCom, 143 Wurtzel, Elizabeth, 73–74 Xerox, 143 “year X” project, 47n Zeglis, John D., 24, 81n, 140–141 Zyprexa (drug), 192–198, 202 279 RANDALL TOBIAS was Chairman and CEO of Eli Lilly and Company from 1993 until his retirement at the end of 1998, when he was named Chairman Emeritus Before joining Lilly, he had a distinguished career at AT&T, where he was Vice Chairman in the years following the government-ordered breakup of the company in 1984 and negotiated the first-ever telecommunications deal with China Tobias serves on the boards of a number of major corporations and foundations, and he is an active member of the Indianapolis community He has a particular interest in the cause of teaching children to read and improving kindergarten through twelfth-grade education in Indiana TODD TOBIAS is President and Editorial Director of Table Moose Media, and Founder of Indy Men’s Magazine ... Manufactured in the United States of America Library of Congress Cataloging -in- Publication Data Tobias, Randall Put the moose on the table : lessons in leadership from a CEO s journey through business and. .. constructed in 1849 on the Muscatatuck River in southeastern Indiana, by David Tobias, an immigrant from Wales and my great-great-grandfather after that first land was acquired on the Muscatatuck River,... ON THE TABLE LESSONS IN LEADERSHIP FROM A CEO S JOURNEY THROUGH BUSINESS AND LIFE PUT THE MOOSE ON THE TABLE RANDALL TOBIAS Chairman Emeritus—Eli Lilly and Company Former Vice Chairman—AT&T WITH
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