In 2004 Philip Delves Broughton abandoned a post as Paris bureau chief of the London Daily Telegraph to join 900 other would-be tycoons on the Harvard Business School's plush campus. With acute and often uproarious candor, he assesses the school's success at teaching the traits it extols as most important in business: leadership, decisiveness, ethical behavior, and work/life balance.
"U better know what u want out of HBS"
From the New York Times best-selling author of Ahead of the Curve, a revelatory look at the importance and cultural role of sales - an essential human attribute that underpins business, religion, romance, and more - and the traits that distinguish the best sales people.
"Read twice (so far)"