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Xbox Revisited: A Game Plan for Corporate and Civic Renewal Xbox Revisited: A Game Plan for Corporate and Civic Renewal

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"In Xbox Revisited, Robbie Bach presents a highly effective, common-sense strategy to address the difficult business and community issues. And in the process, he challenges all of us to step up to the plate and participate in renewing our civic and political institutions. Seen through the lens of the creation of the Xbox, the story he tells from personal experience is both engaging and inspirational."
-- Jeff Raikes, Co-founder, Raikes Foundation, former CEO, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and president, Microsoft Business Division

"Robbie Bach is an outstanding leader in every aspect of the world. His depth of knowledge in building high-performing teams and aligning groups to mission and goals is exceptional. Breaking down complex issues into manageable actions that a team can execute is his trademark. Robbie's 'game changing mindset drives individuals to think and act differently while building better solutions and performance."
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"Robbie is a values-based leader who consistently sharpens our focus on the mission and our principles. He is able to frame complex questions in simple ways that streamline our decision making. The US Olympic Movement is stronger today because of him."
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