In September of 2005, the Peace Corps sent Michael Levy to teach English in the heart of China's heartland. His hosts in the city of Guiyang found additional uses for him: resident expert on Judaism, romantic adviser, and provincial basketball star, to name a few. His account of overcoming vast cultural differences to befriend his students and fellow teachers is by turns poignant and laugh-out-loud funny.
"Not quite his target audience I guess"
From the pages of Harvard Business Review hear former AlliedSignal CEO Larry Bossidy on "The Job No CEO Should Delegate," Harvard Med School Dean Paul F. Levy on "The Nut Island Effect: When Good Teams Go Wrong," and more.
"Back on Track", by John Cassidy; "The King’s Speech", by Michael Schulman; "The Journalist and the Spies", by Dexter Filkins; "Novelty Acts", by Ariel Levy; and "Call the Doctor", by David Denby.