Books: On the bedside table of ... JOHN QUELCH

Books: On the bedside table of ... JOHN QUELCH - 'I'm reading Sebastian Junger's A Perfect Storm, a gripping account of how a rogue wave engulfs a Gloucester, Massachusetts, fishing boat. Excellent technical detail woven into descriptions of a lifestyle s

by JOHN QUELCH, Dean of London Business School
Last Updated: 31 Aug 2010

'I'm reading Sebastian Junger's A Perfect Storm, a gripping account of how a rogue wave engulfs a Gloucester, Massachusetts, fishing boat. Excellent technical detail woven into descriptions of a lifestyle so tough, with compensation so low, that the daily burdens on the typical CEO seem trivial by comparison.

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