What They Don’t Teach You at Harvard Business School (1984) is an introduction to everything your professors don’t and can’t teach you at business school. Learn tips and tricks that only people with real job-market experience have in their arsenal, like how to make a good impression and how to leverage the concept of fear when making sales.
Mark H. McCormack (1930-2003) founded and for several years chaired the International Management Group (IMG), an international organization offering consulting, marketing and management services to prominent figures in sports, as well as other celebrities. McCormack was once an aspiring golfer himself, and later turned to the world of business. He was also a lawyer and writer, and penned several books, including The Terrible Truth About Lawyers.
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