What They Don’t Teach You At Harvard Business School

August 2, 2019 - Comment

Mark McCormack, dubbed ‘the most powerful man in sport’, founded IMG (International Management Group) on a handshake. It was the first and is the most successful sports management company in the world, becoming a multi-million dollar, worldwide corporation whose activities in the business and marketing spheres are so diverse as to defy classification. Here, Mark

Mark McCormack, dubbed ‘the most powerful man in sport’, founded IMG (International Management Group) on a handshake. It was the first and is the most successful sports management company in the world, becoming a multi-million dollar, worldwide corporation whose activities in the business and marketing spheres are so diverse as to defy classification. Here, Mark McCormack reveals the secret of his success to key business issues such as analysing yourself and others, sales, negotiation, time management, decision-making and communication., What They Don’t Teach You at Harvard Business School fills the gaps between a business school education and the street knowledge that comes from the day-to-day experience of running a business and managing people. It shares the business skills, techniques and wisdom gleaned from twenty-five years of experience.

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Anonymous says:

Learn learn I am now retired but did come across this book at an air port in Florida, US of A whilst filling in pre boarding time. I had got out of the habit of purchasing books to take back when I found myself with a hefty surcharge one year. I have always meant to purchase it since and loo-n-hold saw it on Amazon. I believe that Harvard is one of the best business ‘school’ environments in the Western Hemisphere. I was intrigued to see why I felt that way so purchased the book. I have not been…

Anonymous says:

Good read The book does justice to the tittleThe writing style is fluid and makes it easy to read, some of the tricky topics have been covered in easy to understand simplicityIt does break some conventional thinking and takes into areas that are not covered in a business school but very import to some one working in a corporation environment or simply looking to enhance his perspective and personality

Anonymous says:

Lovely edition! I liked the book so much that I passed it onto a friend.I was happily surprise to find inside this old but like new edition a plane ticket and the book receipt from when it was purchased in America in the mid 1980’s! This makes it an even better book!

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