No Greatness without Goodness
Randy Lewis - view author info
Cover: No Greatness without Goodness
Price:
19.99 
ISBN:
978-1-4143-8364-4 
Trim Size:
5.5 x 8.25  
Binding:
Hardcover 
Release:
April 2014 

Randy Lewis bet his career that he could create an inclusive workplace at one of America’s biggest corporations where people with disabilities could not just succeed, but thrive. No Greatness without Goodness is the powerful story of a corporate executive who, after watching the world through the eyes of his own child with autism, Austin, realized that we all have a greater responsibility to make the world a better place for everyone, including those with disabilities.

As the Senior Vice President of Walgreens, Randy Lewis has created thousands of full-time jobs for people with disabilities. No Greatness without Goodness offers a firsthand account of what it takes to lead with courage in order to change people’s lives for the better. Randy’s motto is “What’s the use of having power if you don’t use it to do good.” In this book, you’ll learn how to start working for good no matter where you are or how much power you hold.
Endorsements
Fascinating! A must-read for everyone in business school.
Temple Grandin, bestselling author of The Autistic Brain

Randy Lewis is a real trailblazer.
Bob Wright, Co-Founder of Autism Speaks and Former Vice Chairman of General Electric

Anything seems possible after reading this book.
Emil Brolick, CEO of Wendy's

A story that inspires us all.
Senator Tom Harkin

Heartwarming.
Jeff Kellan, vice president of distribution of Toys R Us

An amazing feat of faith and foresight that comes true.
Allan Cox, CEO counselor and bestselling author of Change the Way You Face the Day

Exhilarating. Describes the potential power and impact of one person.
Nancy M. Schlichting, CEO of Henry Ford Health System

The story of how unconditional love, unending patience, and total dedication to a good cause creates miracles.
C. R. Walgreen III, chairman emeritus of Walgreens

A powerful story! A must-read for all MBA programs.
Thomas F. Keller, dean emeritus of the Fuqua School of Business at Duke University