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Return to Book Page. Snapshots From Hell: During his frenetic first year at Stanford Business School, Peter Robinson began keeping a journal of his day-to-day impressions which evolved into this book. Get A Copy. Paperback , pages.
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See 1 question about Snapshots From Hell…. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. Sort order. Nov 12, Prashant rated it it was amazing. I read this book in those times when I did not have GR in my life. I, being a fresh admit in college, was enjoying the privileges that are being bestowed on the once rare specie of a PG student, in a decent college, getting ready to leave some new prints on the corporate history.
I used to read books and move ahead. Some books leaving me permanently scarred, some with that sweet smell which leave you stumped for a few moments and there were those which I read and forgot. With GR happening late in life, time to time I stumble on books which happen to affect my life for long. Either they have those unforgettable memories attached to them or they are referred so often that I am forced to think of the time when I read them and the way I felt.
Now coming back to the book in hand Now being an MBA holder myself, I am considered often mistakenly qualified to tell the story of the life of an MBA in the making. Sometimes when in the mood to reminisce, I indulge my listener in some stories or crucial incidents from those 2 years.
But often I ask them to read this book. And knowing the reluctance of the people around me in buying a book much alone reading it, I get few vain moments, gloating over their ignorance. So, what does this book has in offer for you? It's a detailed story of a student in Stanford Business School, right from when he got into the college to his convocation.
Many times when we read in the newspaper about the hefty salaries that are being paid to the freshly minted MBA graduates, the lucrative jobs with pretentious titles being offered to these high fliers, it makes many of us wonder at the qualities or skills that these people learn which makes them so indispensable to the business.
If you are interested in knowing the life they go through to be prepared for the corporate world, this book will be a good start. We all should accept it by now, this MBA fad is here to stay. We have to meet and live with these species all our life.
Interaction with them, be it official or social, would be easier if we know where they are coming from. That's all I am trying to do here. Trust me! View 2 comments. Apr 30, Joe rated it liked it.
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This easy-to-read book is entertaining and miserably frustrating. The author decided to quit his job of being one of Reagan's speechwriters to go to Stanford to get an MBA, and this book tells the story of his first year. Like most of his classmates, his has had a few years of real-world experience; unlike most but not all of them, he has very little technical background in math, accounting, finance, etc. The book is written well and gives interesting insight into a group of people that I'll ho This easy-to-read book is entertaining and miserably frustrating.
The book is written well and gives interesting insight into a group of people that I'll hopefully never have to deal with in real life. So what makes it frustrating?
The people. The author's perspective is slightly different from the classmates that have had business experience, but he shares most of their worst traits: Yes, somehow these poor, poor people, who have had the opportunity to attend one of the highest-rated business schools in the country and chosen to accept it -- people who have decided to dedicate years of their life to achieving degrees that a professor in the book calls "union cards for yuppies", for the sole purpose of expanding their personal fortune -- can't help but decide that they are suffering from Stockholm Syndrome.
Yes, that's right: Almost worse than the bizarre self-pity is the way that the people in the book embrace the idea that they're looking out for 1, with no concern for anyone else.
The author repeats a statement from one of his professors that the MBA motto is "I'll tread on you". Instead of refuting the idea, or striving to overcome it, the author and his classmates sometimes seem to perceive it as a challenge: Can we be as much as a jerk as people think we are?
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The view into the lives of these people is fascinating -- if you want some idea what makes them tick, this book is well worth reading. Jul 16, Himanshu Modi rated it really liked it. This is a book a lot of my friends had been talking about during my MBA days. When I saw it at the bookstore of my company, I finally decided to give it a read. Now my MBA was quite ok compared to my engineering, which was my hell. And believe-you-me, it was much more of a hell than Mr.
Robinson can ever imagine. In fact, it reminds me of a line in the popular TV Series my favorite F. And that is quite the brilliance of the book. To convey what exactly was hellish about what the students in the Stanford Class of It is not about getting abducted by a gang of fundamentalists or the operations of a secret anti-normal-pro-weird cult or a heart rending romantic tragedy or raining-bullets action or any such thing.
Actually, it is what every single troubled student would go through in his academic course. Which is why everyone can relate to the book and enjoy it, and not enjoy it sadistically, enjoy it the way we would look at our troubled past and smile at it, silently applauding ourselves that we got through it. Of course my MBA was very, very different than what Peter went through.
Another achievement of the book is that it captures the aspirations of the fellow MBAs very accurately. The desperate struggle for grades, the summer jobs, the final jobs, dating scene, all of it… the frame of mind of the student is very accurately captured. And the best thing about the book is that it is a very, very candid, something stronger… honest, shall I say, expose of the MBA grads. The slumbering in the class, the getting through MBA with the help of partial-credit-for-partially-correct-answers in exams… yeah… the MBAs who get paid hundreds of thousands of dollars, indulge in all of that.
They are just humans. Well they are humans in Stanford as well. And Peter makes that point.
It is a delightful read, and I would recommend it highly to people who have anything to do with an MBA. Just to remind them to get real. And lastly, MBA is no requisite for happiness.
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