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‘Is this a good book? Yes. It is meticulously researched, well-written, and comprehensive and balanced. Is it enjoyable? Yes.’(Management Today)
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Duff McDonald is a journalist and the author of Last Man Standing, a biography of JPMorgan Chase CEO and chairman, Jamie Dimon. A contributing editor at Fortune magazine and the New York Observer, he has written for Vanity Fair, New York magazine, Esquire, GQ, Wired, and Time, and has been awarded two Canadian National Magazine Awards. He lives in New York.
Exceptionally well written and laid out. Appeared factual and objective with no sensationalist comments. You'll come away with your own opinion of McKinsey. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Henry Dumas