Snapshots From Hell The Making Of An MBA is a book written by Peter M. Robinson for aspiring management professionals. This revised edition contains a lot of information that an MBA aspirant should know. The author describes about his many personal experiences in the Business School in a very entertaining and humorous way. In the first year of the management course in Stanford, the author had to struggle a lot as his quantitative skills were not up to the mark. Snapshots From Hell The Making Of An MBA is about how the author learnt his lessons and how he eventually managed to complete the course. Students aspiring to attend business school may find interest in this first-hand account of life inside a management school. Experienced managers can read this book as a source of nostalgia as it will remind them about their own experiences during the MBA course.
Peter M. Robinson is a well-known American speech writer, author, and television anchor. Robinson's published works include How Ronald Reagan Changed My Life and It’s My Party: A Republican's Messy Love Affair with the GOP. He used to prepare the speeches for former American presidents, Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush. Robinson attended the Stanford University Business School and completed his MBA in 1990.