Harvard Business School Confidential: Secrets of Success

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John Wiley & Sons, Nov 27, 2012 - Business & Economics - 224 pages
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Harvard Business School is the iconic business school. An admission ticket to HBS is a hot commodity and an HBS degree is highly respected in the business world.  This book, written by an HBS grad and seasoned businesswoman, tells you why. It is a distillation of the most valuable and pragmatic but yet easiest to learn concepts taught at HBS.
 

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Contents

HOW MONEY WORKS
3
YOU CAN NEGOTIATE ANYTHING
25
SPEAK SO PEOPLE WILL LISTEN
37
CONTENTS
46
ITS WHO YOU KNOW
65
IT IS BIGGER THAN YOU
75
P ROCESS
87
HUMAN RESOURCES
101
FINANCE
149
THE BIG PICTURE
161
FILLING IN THE BLANKS
177
PLANS ARE NOTHING PLANNING
195
THE CLASSICS
203
FINAL WORDS
211
APPENDIX A WHY AND SO WHAT
217
FOR DATA COLLECTION 221 APPENDIX C CAGR SHORTCUT
225

MARKETING
119
SALES
141

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About the author (2012)

Emily Chan graduated top of her engineering class at Stanford University and has an MBA from Harvard Business School. She was a consultant with The Boston consulting Group (BCG) for over eight years, and also worked as a corporate strategist and an independent consultant in Greater China. Based in Hong Kong, she is now Director of Pacific Merit Ltd. (PMI), a family-owned direct investment company that invests in distressed assets in the US, Europe and Asia. PML’s current portfolio includes assets in biotechnology, media and real estate.’

She can be contacted at emily@texwatchinc.com.

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