Grooming management graduates as leaders, entrepreneurs and chief executives

  • What business schools do not teach
  • M.S. Rao
  • Human Resource Management International Digest, October 2015, Emerald
  • DOI: 10.1108/hrmid-07-2015-0128

What business schools do not teach

What is it about?

Prepares management graduates to become leaders, entrepreneurs and chief executives.

Why is it important?

Highlights what business schools do not teach. Emphasizes the importance of both classroom learning and corporate experience. Outlines tools and techniques to fast-track a career.

Perspectives

Professor M. S. Rao
MSR Leadership Consultants India

Shows that becoming a chief executive requires consistent and persistent effort. Offers leadership lessons based on the career of Jack Welch, former Chief Executive and Chairman of General Electric.

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