What does it take to build a $5.7 billion Fortune 500 company? How do entrepreneurial leaders become successful? Even legendary? Ever Vigilant, Leadership and Legacy by the Executive Chairman of CACI, is a powerful story about the transformation of a kid from rural Oklahoma roots, who graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy, became a Naval Aviator and then grew a $5.7 billion Fortune 500 company employing over 23,000 people in 155 offices worldwide. As a pioneer in the government contracting industry, London built a small consulting company into a multinational information technology company to support some of the most important and critical national security priorities in America. As a leading expert on business ethics, London tells readers what attributes contributed to his enduring success.
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"What a privilege it is to read/review EVER VIGILANT...Dr. London's life was victorious from his childhood in Oklahoma to graduation from the United States Naval Academy, to active military service, and later, as a flourishing defense industry executive who founded and served as executive chairman of CACI. While CACI's work has impacted critically important national security priorities in America, Dr. London also left an incredible legacy as a leader on business ethics. A beautiful tribute to a courageous leader from whom we all can learn. Highly recommended! " Click here to read full review.
“Jack’s journey is the story of adventure, daring, extraordinary moral courage, love of country, family and faith, an everyday example of character driven leadership.”
General Jack Keane,
“As his friend and fellow Naval Academy alumnus, we shared many similar ideas about leading and growing organizations, from surrounding ourselves with the best people to knowing when to take risks to win big.”
Hall of Fame Dallas Cowboys quarterback
"As a director, I watched Dr. London shape the future of CACI in a highly competitive industry. This book is a must-read for aspiring leaders and builders.”
James S. Gilmore III
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