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SBD Global/December 20, 2012/People and Pop Culture
ManU Manager Alex Ferguson Gives Insight Into His Managerial Style
Published December 20, 2012
BACK TO SCHOOL: The London TELEGRAPH wrote Ferguson "was the subject of an academic study by professor ANITA ELBERSE at the Harvard Business School." The Scot later described the experience as "excellent, enjoyable, and comfortable" while also learned a lot about himself. Ferguson said, "The whole atmosphere was professional. It was clear that they had done their homework. They had properly read the case study and supplemented that with their own opinions and research. That gave me a certain assurance that I had made the right decision to go ahead with the case" (TELEGRAPH, 12/19).
CATCHING SOME RAYS: In London, Adam Shergold reported the Harvard study revealed that ManU had a Vitamin D machine installed to "compensate for Manchester's lack of natural sunlight." Manager Alex Ferguson also gave players "staggered one-week breaks during the winter months, so they could replenish their Vitamin D" (DAILY MAIL, 12/19).