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The Ten-Day MBA 4th Ed.: A Step-By-Step Guide To Mastering The Skills Taught In America's Top Business Schools by Steven A. Silbiger. Read online, or. business world, the 4th edition of The Ten-Day MBA includes the latest topics taught at Am To read e-books on the BookShout App, download it on. Now totally revised -- the 3rd edition of The Ten-Day MBA includes the latest topics taught at To read e-books on the BookShout App, download it on: iPhone/.


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The ten-day MBA by Steven Silbiger; 4 editions; First published in ; DAISY for print-disabled Download ebook for print-disabled (DAISY). Editorial Reviews. From Publishers Weekly. Can MBA programs be compressed, allowing a Kindle Store · Kindle eBooks · Business & Money. Read "The Ten-Day MBA 4th Ed. A Step-By-Step Guide To Mastering The Skills Taught In America's Top Business Schools" by Steven A Silbiger available from.

Mar 12, Jen rated it it was amazing. Read it twice. Awesome and a whole lot cheaper than b-school. Great ROI! A should-read book on systems and planning for knowledge workers, managers, executives, and entrepreneurs. Started Feb 12, Elaine marked it as to-read. Compendium of well-known theories and techniques of accounting, finance, operations, economics, and strategy.

This book is in the library. Sep 14, Doug McColgin rated it liked it. The subheader promises a lot for this book, but in reality, the deliverable falls a bit short. The author himself even shares that the material isn't truly a substitute for an MBA, but rather a primer or reference guide for many of the concepts covered in business school. I personally found the book useful, especially as a refresher for my business school undergrad classes, of which many are but dusty memories in the back of my mind.

The usefulness of the book is in it's high-level explanations o The subheader promises a lot for this book, but in reality, the deliverable falls a bit short. The usefulness of the book is in it's high-level explanations of many different concepts. It will be rare, after reading this book, to find oneself in a meeting with NO idea of what's going on.

I think it enables someone to follow the action, but it leaves off long before mastery. That said, I am guessing I will probably access this book many times in the future.

The clarity and conciseness of the content makes it useful for boning up on topics ahead of critical interactions, and for framing presentation materials with the language and frameworks commonly used in business. Oct 02, Ram Pragadish rated it really liked it. I was procrastinating to read this book for full two months before finally settling down with it. Initially, I had a bias that the topics would be too complex for me to understand. But once i started with the book,it was relatively easy to get a grab at the topics.

The experience was like one of my closest friends who graduated from a business school sat me down and gave an overview on the subjects and core skills crucial to a MBA. Overall, i recommend that everyone read it to get an general under I was procrastinating to read this book for full two months before finally settling down with it.

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Overall, i recommend that everyone read it to get an general understanding of what MBA has to offer. Jul 20, Ryan rated it it was amazing.

This was a fun, tongue in cheek primer to the information taught over the course of a formal business education. Obviously abbreviated, I found a lot of interesting and useful information that I believe I can quickly and easily apply! Nov 07, Juste rated it really liked it Shelves: To me this book reaches its goal. I like it, it gives a clear and good overview, very pleasant to read. It may be a good starting point for others readings if you need or feel like going deeper into some mba specific skills.

Jun 28, Zainah rated it liked it Shelves: The first book I struggled with for nearly 6 months! I should have known that this is a god-sent-sign that MBA is not my calling and here I am after suffering for 6 months -from MBA course not the book!

This book gave me the info I needed about business management and has pointed me to numerous relevant references.

I would recommend. Good beginners guide to understanding the curriculum that is taught. Can be explained to a child even, well at least a child in grade Mar 22, Luke Johnson rated it liked it. Reading this book made me happy I didn't go into business.

I think I got a few lasting tidbits from it. Oct 24, Anurag Gupta rated it really liked it. Good book for an MBA overview. It was interesting. Sep 24, Tri Le rated it really liked it Shelves: Comprehensive glimpse at the topics often taught at MBA schools. Good for a high level overview of business topics. A bit dry, but very useful reference.

Good overview of many different concepts. May 06, Jarrett Wheatley rated it really liked it. Succinct and efficient! Which, oddly enough, is not something I normally expect from business books. Un peu ennuyeux mais utile. Sep 18, Ng An rated it it was amazing. This book is awesome. It covers the knowledge of a whole MBA course, giving retention what are important sections to concern in the business.

I actually feel gaining control of my business after reading the book. In addition, I find that there is some interesting information that I was not taught in my MBA school. The outline and the way this book is structured very simple, easy to read and learn. Solid overview Complements my MBA pursuit by giving an overview of each subject and how they all fit together.

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Nov 30, Du Nguyen rated it it was ok Shelves: At least that is what the author believes although an MBA is probably a bit more exhaustive. While the subjects themselves are well-written in a sense that you get the needed information in as few sentences as possible I thought that the book was more of an overview than actually giving you a more complete view of each subject.

Which is to be expected of any book that tries to cram in a 2-year program into a page book. In this sense I don't believe in the claim that this book is enough for an MBA. Another thing that I perhaps took in the wrong way is the constant belittlement of the MBA program. The author makes small jabs to the MBA program and its deficiencies and that makes me wonder: Why should I read a book about something that the author doesn't believe in?

Or worse still: If the author thinks MBAs are useless does it mean that I am wasting my time reading this book? Silbiger might have a point that MBAs and the industry are overvaluing the title of MBA too much but he could have kept this in a separate section instead of constantly reminding me whether I am a fool for reading a book that will teach me MBA concepts. Stieg Larsson. Zero to One. Peter Thiel. Ben Horowitz. The Power of Moments.

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The review must be at least 50 characters long.The Third Wave. Edited by Clean Up Bot. The author himself even shares that the material isn't truly a substitute for an MBA, but rather a primer or reference guide for many of the concepts covered in business school.

Jacket Image and Retailers. With more than , copies sold around the world, this internationally acclaimed guide distills the lessons of the most popular business school courses taught at Harvard, Stanford, the University of Pennsylvania, the University of Chicago, Northwestern, and the University of Virginia.

About the Author Steven A. Your Web browser is not enabled for JavaScript. Features chapters on finance, marketing, accounting, strategy, quantitative analysis, operations, economics, organisational behaviour, and ethics, all revised to reflect the contemporary corporate culture and economic climate. Nov 07, Juste rated it really liked it Shelves:

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