Sir Alex Ferguson To Start Lecturing AtHarvard University

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Sir Alex Ferguson has accepted a long-term
teaching position at Harvard University where he
will lecture senior executives, ESPN reports.

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The former Manchester United manager, who was
the subject of a study by the Ivy League university
last year, has a role teaching a course called ‘The
Business of Entertainment, Media and Sports’.

The 72-year-old retired in 2013 after winning 49
trophies, including 38 in his 26-year stay at Old
Trafford.

Ferguson, winner of 13 league titles and two
Champions Leagues in his time at United, said,
“I’m delighted to have the opportunity and
privilege to contribute to such a respected centre
of excellence.

“The time I have already spent at Harvard has been
a stimulating experience and I look forward to
developing my relationship and activities with the
students, faculty and friends of the Harvard
Business School community.”

Ferguson’s blueprint and beliefs were the subject
of a study by Harvard Business School Professor
Anita Elberse called ‘Sir Alex Ferguson: Managing
Manchester United’.

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