It's all about the product,' says Walter White in Breaking Bad. 'Make it simple but significant' asserts Mad Men's Don Draper. 'Shit runs downhill, money runs up,' curses Tony Soprano.
They're not wrong. In fact, these are some of the business principles that have stood the test of time: enduring lessons that have built brands, forged firms and created corporations. These are some of the tenets underpinning Fortune and FTSE 100 organisations and espoused by the some of the most inspiring business mavericks on the planet. In fact, there's a whole lot that our favourite TV box-sets can teach us about the world of business - lessons that wouldn't be out of place in any MBA.
TV critic and broadcaster Rhianna Dhillon leads us through the very best that series can teach us about the world of business. From why you should always put the product first in Breaking Bad to why there's no substitute for a learning what the client needs over a cocktail in Mad Men; from cash-flow being king in The Sopranos to the importance of teamwork in Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
With Box-Set Business School you can learn all about business from the comfort of your sofa - and never have to feel bad about binge-watching until the early hours ever again.
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Date of Publication: 25/05/2023