Bush in Iraq: A B-School Case Study

The MBA President receives sub-par marks from many professors, who cite the mishandled aftermath as a huge management failure

It's a conversation heard more and more around the halls of Harvard Business School these days: One of President George W. Bush's unique qualifications for office was his Harvard MBA. Yet the mess in postwar Iraq has revealed a lack of the careful planning that Harvard teaches its elite clientele.

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