Adolf Hitler: Management guru

The London Daily Telegraph reports that Indian business students have been snapping up copies of Adolf Hitler’s anti-Semitic manifesto Mein Kampf, as they "see it as a self-improvement and management strategy guide for aspiring business leaders, and who were happy to cite it as an inspiration." Booksellers told the Daily Telegraph that while it is ...

The London Daily Telegraph reports that Indian business students have been snapping up copies of Adolf Hitler's anti-Semitic manifesto Mein Kampf, as they "see it as a self-improvement and management strategy guide for aspiring business leaders, and who were happy to cite it as an inspiration."

The London Daily Telegraph reports that Indian business students have been snapping up copies of Adolf Hitler’s anti-Semitic manifesto Mein Kampf, as they "see it as a self-improvement and management strategy guide for aspiring business leaders, and who were happy to cite it as an inspiration."

Booksellers told the Daily Telegraph that while it is regarded in most countries as a ‘Nazi Bible’, in India it is considered a management guide in the mould of Spencer Johnson’s "Who Moved My Cheese".

 

Annie Lowrey is assistant editor at FP.

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