[Sales] Harvard's "Lessons that Move the World" How Business Elites Learn to Understand the Global Economy
Louis Vuitton, Starbucks, U.S. Federal Reserve Bank, Mitsubishi Corporation... The world's top corporate elites all take lectures by Harvard's most popular professor! Harvard Business School's proud AMP (advanced management program) has a history dating back to the war years, and its students are only managers and management candidates selected from the world's so-called first-class companies. For this reason, it is called a program for the "elite of the elite" who aim for after obtaining an MBA, and is said to be "the highest class that top executives learn." Among the professors, the author, Professor Vito, won the "Best Instructor Award" and is ranked by far the best in student evaluations. The subject Professor Vito teaches is BGIE (Business, Government, and the International Economy). As its name suggests, it explores international economics by mixing the roles of business and government. The professor's view of the world economy considers each country to have its own development trajectory, and divides it into 8 major trajectories. The rapid growth of Asia, which can now be called the center of the world economy. Latin America suffering from a debt crisis, the African Renaissance, the rise of Islamic countries, the post-Soviet construction of Russia and Eastern Europe, attempts at European integration, the superpowers America and Japan suffering from huge debt. and environmental problems on a global scale. In this book, we will further develop this orbital division and show how to interpret the world from a new angle.
Number of pages: 299 pagesClick here for detailed information and reviews on Amazon.
Categories: Books, Adults, Business, In Stock August 2023