Do you also want to have a well-established career after MBA? Are you worried about the cost of the course? Tried every rescue? This blog is going to suggest you, as an aspirant to get a Masters of Business Administration (MBA) knowledge. To know more just spare few minutes to read the further space.
With the unprecedented entry of coronavirus in human lives back at the beginning of 2020, the side-effects are still affecting many livelihoods to bear the entire cost of an MBA course. To run a successful business is still a dream for many aspirants. And business is the only hope left for the same.
As the virus has landed the students in online classes rather than in-person instruction, the disrupted learning flow has already affected their skills. Adding to it, one can face unnecessary neck-to-neck competition.
Elon Musk, the business magnate, industrial designer, and engineer, firmly believes that more than a certified degree, what matters is an individual’s skills to produce a product. In short, a waste of money is equal to biz degree, according to the ruling business tycoon of the world. According to him, there are plenty of MBAs segregated in different slots of businesses, but aren’t skilled to produce a product with creativity. It is where one lack big time.
And what can land to uplift your skills without mugging up the sheets of the institutions? Reading MBA books. There are various authentic books available at the library or online that will apprehend your knowledge triple the institution could. It will teach an aspirant from scratch on how to formulate a business as a start-up to run successfully on the international market without a fail. There cannot be a better way to execute a plan than reading it first.
It will eventually save lakhs of money for two years round figure time of an individual plus polish their skills with practical demonstrations, he/she would need to be a successful MBA.
Few of the highly recommended books our blog suggests are-
- Asking the Right Questions: A Guide to Critical Thinking by M. Neil Browne. According to Amazon, the edition “assists in bridging the gap between solely learning or blindly accepting information, and the greater challenge of critical analysis and synthesis.”
- Essentials of Organizational Behavior by Stephen P. Robbins. This book is currently in its 14th publication, so considering it a useful one. It enables the students to grab a sense of organizing things.
- Business Finance: Theory and Practice by Eddie McLaney. Check the former publications of this book’ at online purchasing applications as the price is dropped.
- Critical Analysis of Organizations: Theory, Practice, Revitalization by Catherine Casey. This book does not look like a thin read. However, it tackles an engaging theme: recent, critical takes on the topic of organizations and how humans function within them.
- Corporate Finance by Jeffrey F. Jaffe, Stephen A. Ross, Randolph Westerfield. Succeeding traditional textbook, currently in its 11th edition.
Books are considered perfect human soulmates who never leave their side. Be it tough or happy times. It is always there as a silent listener to capture all the moments in the closing pages. Similarly, now books are playing the role of education, not the regular one, but as the best rescue for going with years of torture to get an MBA degree, but detailing the skills required to conquer the business field in a practical world.