Business/History Hybrid – Andrew Jackson’s Playbook: 15 Strategies fror Success from the Battle of New Orleans to the New NOLA

Andrew Jackson's PlaybookAndrew Jackson’s Playbook: 15 Strategies fror Success from the Battle of New Orleans to the New NOLA
By Morgan Molthrop
Publisher: Barataria Communications
ISBN: 978-0-692-23288-0
Genre: Business/History Hybrid
Formats Available For Review: print (limited quantities, only available to qualified reviewers/bloggers in the U.S.), pdf

After a career on Wall Street and a stint as CEO of his own entrepreneurial venture, Morgan Molthrop returned home to a New Orleans facing the toughest challenges that the city had confronted since the Battle of New Orleans. In ANDREW JACKSON’S PLAYBOOK, Molthrop brings Jackson’s New Orleans back to life, explains the British invasion in the context of the period and uses modern examples of how some of those same strategies, employed by a vigorous new generation helped the city rebound from America’s most devastating modern disasters. With interviews and case studies that include: James Cobb (author, FLOOD OF LIES); Drew Brees and Sean Payton (on teamwork); Sallie Ann Glassman (Vodou Priestess); and Brad Pitt (on leveraging his success).

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