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I highly recommend the book to anyone at all interested in the world of the MBA or the world of HBS.
The gem of this book however is in its explanation of the core business concepts that are the foundation of HBS.
I liked the book but it is something you will probably read once and let gather dust on your shelf afterwards.
A highly recommended read for anyone contemplating the notion of applying/attending the Harvard "B" school.Published 1 month ago by PeeBrain
The mix of both the HBS experience and the authors personal experience were pretty balanced. The author represents himself as an atypical attendee of the school which grants him a... Read morePublished 3 months ago by ScoutF
To a point I think HBS somewhat reads like Hogwarts. Lately I have been taking online business classes and some of this did sound a bit familiar but one must understand that... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Matthew Dovell
A pleasant and quick read, well written. Good insight on the author's HBS experience. The ending was unexpectedly several open questions and statements.Published 3 months ago by Allan Yeung
I have more than two decades of reasonably successful experience as a business owner, and never took any business courses in college. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Irfan A. Alvi
I loved this book as well as his other "The Art of The Sale"
The author's books have helped my professional career in more ways than one.
Feels like a balanced account of an MBA experience at Harvard; many pros, and some cons and risks to take into account.Published 5 months ago by Daniel Edelman
I found this book entertaining. I work in an environment in which academia and the real world don’t see eye to eye and have wondered what these Harvard MBAs really bring to the... Read morePublished 8 months ago by thomas j mollahan