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Walking on Ice: An American Businessman in Russia

Walking on Ice An American Businessman in Russia Everything is difficult and everything is possible Walking on Ice is MANDATORY reading for all who contemplate a tour of duty whether government or business in Russia or who have worked there it bring

  • Title: Walking on Ice: An American Businessman in Russia
  • Author: Frederick R. Andresen
  • ISBN: 9781432713522
  • Page: 361
  • Format: Paperback
  • Everything is difficult and everything is possible Walking on Ice is MANDATORY reading for all who contemplate a tour of duty whether government or business in Russia or who have worked there it brings back memories and reality cannot put it down With insight, understanding, and a rare degree of humor, Fred Andresen tells us about working with the Russians Everything is difficult and everything is possible Walking on Ice is MANDATORY reading for all who contemplate a tour of duty whether government or business in Russia or who have worked there it brings back memories and reality cannot put it down With insight, understanding, and a rare degree of humor, Fred Andresen tells us about working with the Russians Richard Weden, General Director, American Express Russia 1995 to 2004 What Andresen has written is romantic and accurate and nostalgic and prophetic and all of the wonderful and confusing and simple things we veterans know Russia to be It is a story that resonates with any of us living through this dramatic and productive era Kevin Cuffe, Vice President Managing Director, SOVINTEL Golden Telecom, Moscow Walking on Ice is of real interest to the casual reader as well of great value to those looking to make their own mark in the world of Russian business The book gives valuable insights from one of the real pioneers Peter Charow, Founder and first president of the American Chamber of Commerce in Russia, presently British Petroleum Regional Director for Russia, CIS and Turkey Andresen conveys the texture and flavor of what we Westerners find in Russia It paints a picture of the Russian Soul at a time when young and old were and are adapting to enormous change It is a fun and humorous read that carries with it some valuable lessons I recommend it to anyone interested in understanding today s Russia William T Potvin, Managing Partner, Deloitte Touche, Russia, 1990 1996

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    1. We always hear that you can’t judge a book by its cover. Well, in this case Frederick Andresen’s Walking on Ice: An American Businessman in Russia is no exception to the rule.Lately I have been getting lots of books that seem to be about subjects that aren’t very related to their titles. When I first picked up Walking on Ice I expected to read much about the business climate in Russia and the economic changes that the country has been undergoing since the fall of communism in 1989. In fact [...]


    2. I am reading "Walking on ice" for the second time. It feels like I am invited to an endless festival of Russian culture, like a medley of films, ballets, and art shows, or like "pictures at an exhibition" comparable to the Ravel's orchestration of the famous piano suite by Mussorgsky. The author's intellectual interplay with the men and women of Russia is a thoroughly enjoyable cross-cultural experience. A witty and sincere reflection on the author's many years of living in the land and doing bu [...]


    3. What I learned, The 5 Ps to Business PerseverancePatientsPerspicacity - UnderstandingProfessionalismPerspiration Russians except roadblocks and delays and things to go wrong. They also very resourceful and doing is business is more about relationships. They are very careful to ensure the responsibility for failure is not on them


    4. It was fine. I wish it had more advice on doing business in Russia and less commentary on how much the author enjoyed Russia. Advice sections were small. Read too much like a blog. Essays in back were better than the rest of the book.


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