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Monday, July 13, 2009

More Harvard Business Lessons Learned

Wow, there are more of these than I first thought. And more to come in the next few months, too.

Crisis as Opportunity is the strongest of the bunch, I think, perhaps (?) because it breaks the rule of the series. (Doing Business Globally breaks it too, but I'm not sure what's going on there.)








5 comments:

Hope said...

I don't like these at all- they sort look like novelty cigarette packets. IThe repeating images don't make much sense and don't seem particularly clever. They are pretty ugly overall.
Granted they are 'different' for this type of book- but not in a good way.

Alison said...

Oh! I thought the making the sale one was a turkey. Makes a lot more sense as a peacocok.

Not so sure about the bird's nest, though.

Anonymous said...

agree with Hope. The oyster/pearl is good the rest ugly.

If butterflies are used to signify change why not go with metamorphosis from larvae?
EJ

Anonymous said...

Dear lord, I think these are so beautiful and striking. I'm in awe.

--Shorty

Phoebe said...

I saw these in an airport for the first time too, just a couple of days ago. I had a magnetic attraction to them before I realized they were HBS books, and then I stopped being interested. But WOW. someone was doing something really smart over there. they're gorgeous.