MBA Reading List 2013
From a studying perspective, the more widely read you are, the more possible sources of information and references you will have. But the reason to read is bigger than just better marks or an easier time finding references-
Reading is one of the ways you can level-up
By level-up, I mean, improve yourself, to be and contribute more. Think and grow.
Are you reading something currently? There are so many books that finding the right one to start reading can be hard. So if you’re currently without a read, don’t worry here’s my reading list. I’m sure you’ll find something worth your time.
The MBA Reading List
1. The Startup Owners Manual – Steve Blank and Bob Dorf Continue reading
Why MBA? Positives and Negatives found whilst studying an MBA at the University of Adelaide
So what’s it like studying an MBA? Why do it and would I recommend it?
These are some of the questions I get asked about my Adelaide University MBA study. In short, yes I recommend it, but there’s a better answer, with disclaimers.
Studying an MBA is great, but it depends on your motivation for doing it. What do you want to get out of it?
It’s a LOT of work if you’re just after a bit of paper. Adelaide works on trimester system. For each trimester, you’ll be giving up 3 hours of your time for lectures, somewhere between two and seven hours a week preparing for them (reverse class room style), and then there’s all the time spent on assignments and exam preparation. At three subjects per year, this repeats for four years.
Does everyone really do that much work? Well, no – if you believe in the undergrad saying ‘P’s get Degrees‘ then you may get away with less effort. Even so, it’s still a big commitment.
To give you something to think about, here’s a brief list of positives and negatives of MBA study.
Adelaide University Professional Management Program PMP - The Entrée MBA
Thinking of studying a Masters of Business Administration (MBA) but aren’t completely sure you are ready to start several years of study?
Wouldn’t it be great if there was a way to “try out” MBA level study?
Well – if you can get to Adelaide or Darwin – you can, via the Adelaide University Professional Management Program PMP, run by the Executive Education Unit.
The Executive Education Unit’s Professional Management Program is like an entrée MBA, giving you a small bite sized experience of MBA level study across six subjects. Continue reading