Description - What Happened to Goldman Sachs by Steven G. Mandis
A banker, investor, and Columbia Business School professor offers an insider's take on what happened to Goldman Sachs-informed by his own experience, interviews with others who worked at or with the firm, and previously unreleased research. Readers and business leaders will also learn about what Steven G. Mandiscalls "organizational drift"-and how to avoid it in their own firms.
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Harvard Business Review Press
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Author Biography - Steven G. Mandis
Steven G. Mandis worked at Goldman Sachs from 1992 to 2004 in its investment banking, private equity, and proprietary trading areas. He assisted Hank Paulson and other senior executives on special projects and eventually became a portfolio manager in one of the largest and most successful proprietary trading areas at Goldman Sachs. Post-Goldman, he cofounded a multibillion-dollar global alternative asset management firm that was a trading and investment banking client of Goldman Sachs. During the financial crisis, Mandis was a senior adviser to McKinsey & Company before accepting a senior executive position at Citigroup. Currently, he is an adjunct professor at Columbia Business School and a PhD candidate in the sociology department at Columbia University. He holds an AB from the University of Chicago and an MA and MPhil from Columbia University.