What They Don’t Teach You at Harvard School will give readers hands-on experience in selling, negotiating, starting, building and running a business, managing people, things even Harvard business school doesn’t teach you either. As the author has contemplated: we must be aware of what schools cannot teach.
Experience can make learning much shorter, easier and less exhausting. And that also depends on the self-learning process of each person. “The book fills the gaps between the education of Harvard’s leading business school and the knowledge and daily experience of running a business and managing people.”
Harvard Business School is still famous for it produces many world-class business-class bachelors, masters, and doctors every year. Mark Mc Cormack also once believed that thanks to education, these business graduate graduates are the best people to operate in the areas of business and run businesses.
However, by observation and experience during more than 20 years he made a surprising argument. The author has discovered that a business master’s degree can sometimes inhibit a trainee’s ability to master the experience. And he came to affirm that qualifications are not enough to replace the rational perception of things, human sensitivity as well as experienced wisdom.