Friday, 12 July 2013

Further reading

John Harwood (2011). The Interface: IBM and the Transformation of Corporate Design, 1945-1976. ISBN 978-0-8166-7039-0.  Edwin Black (2008). IBM and the Holocaust: The Strategic Alliance Between Nazi Germany and America's Most Powerful Corporation. ISBN 0-914153-10-2.  Ulrich Steinhilper (2006). Don't Talk – Do It! From Flying To Word Processing. ISBN 1-872836-75-5.  Samme Chittum (2004-03-15). "In an I.B.M. Village, Pollution Fears Taint Relations With Neighbors". New York Times.  Louis V. Gerstner, Jr. (2002). Who Says Elephants can't Dance?. HarperCollins. ISBN 0-00-715448-8.  Doug Garr (1999). IBM Redux: Lou Gerstner & The Business Turnaround of the Decade. Harper Business.  Robert Slater (1999). Saving Big Blue: IBM's Lou Gerstner. McGraw Hill.  Emerson W. Pugh (1996). Building IBM: Shaping an Industry. MIT Press.  Robert Heller (1994). The Fate of IBM. Little Brown.  Paul Carroll (1993). Big Blues: The Unmaking of IBM. Crown Publishers.  Roy A Bauer et al. (1992). The Silverlake Project: Transformation at IBM (AS/400). Oxford University Press.  Thomas Watson, Jr. (1990). Father, Son & Co: My Life at IBM and Beyond. ISBN 0-553-29023-1.  David Mercer (1988). The Global IBM: Leadership in Multinational Management. Dodd, Mead. p. 374.  David Mercer (1987). IBM: How the World's Most Successful Corporation is Managed. Kogan Page.  Richard Thomas DeLamarter (1986). Big Blue: IBM's Use and Abuse of Power. ISBN 0-396-08515-6.  Buck Rodgers (1986). The IBM Way. Harper & Row.  Robert Sobel (1986). IBM vs. Japan: The Struggle for the Future. ISBN 0-8128-3071-7.  Robert Sobel (1981). IBM: Colossus in Transition. ISBN 0-8129-1000-1.  Robert Sobel (1981). Thomas Watson, Sr.: IBM and the Computer Revolution (biography of Thomas J. Watson). ISBN 1-893122-82-4.  William Rodgers (1969). THINK: A Biography of the Watsons and IBM. ISBN 0-8128-1226-3. 

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