In 2000, Xerox confronts bankruptcy in the midst of a liquidity emergency, broken down profitability, and a growing SEC investigation. Follows the vocation and initiative improvement of Anne Mulcahy, a previous deals official startlingly named COO of the ambushed organization as a last push to turn Xerox around. Depicts how Mulcahy gathers and inspires her group, outlines her needs, and fills her knowledge gaps even with faultfinders suspicious of Xerox's capacity to change. Brings up issues in her psyche about stakeholder priorities, worker inspiration, difficult strategic trade-offs, and discovering gainfulness while attempting to keep away from insolvency.
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