In Chapter 4 of 13, Goldman Sachs teaches Phil McKenzie attention to detail. More specifically, McKenzie learns to define and execute rigid, shortcut free, operational procedures to maintain a high performance level in his trading floor environment. Phil joined Goldman Sachs after graduating from Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business with his MBA.
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