What They Really Teach You At The Harvard Business School
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Used Good, DJ has some light wear, pages/closed book edges tanning/foxing
Hardcover (with dust jacket)
Dimensions: 140 x 225 x 29mm
Publication Date: 1987
What They Really Teach You At The Harvard Business School by Francis J. Kelly, Heather Mayfield Kelly
The Harvard Business School is the most famous business school in the world, and any
student who graduates successfully is immediately assured of offers of work from the most prestigious international companies in the world.
But what do the students really learn there?
In What They Really Teach You at the Harvard Business School, two Harvard Business School graduates offer all business people the opportunity to find out the concepts and methods that make Harvard graduates so well respected everywhere. The book includes:
- A detailed, course-by-course description of all the important general business theory which is taught over the two-year period.
- Explanations of the basic business principles which the school has developed, and the revolutionary methods of problem analysis that form the foundation of a Harvard degree.
- Advice and instructions on how to formulate corporate policies and strategies - and how to implement them in the real world.
What They Really Teach You at the Harvard Business School is a very valuable book, not just for prospective students but also for everyone who has never had the opportunity to have a formal business training.
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