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How to Get an MBA - Morgen Witzel

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How to Get an MBA is a short handbook for either prospective MBA students wanting to know more about what is involved, or students seeking to prepare themselves for the experience to come.
As the first step on the road to a managerial career and lifelong learning, the MBA is one of the most important things a student will ever do. The student must take care to acquire not only the hard technical skills that the MBA provides directly through coursework, but also the soft skills, especially the ability to communicate and to establish and maintain networks, which are developed indirectly through the entire MBA experience. The author shows how to get the most out of an MBA programme, the instructors and fellow students. Topics covered include how to:
*read and prepare a case
*work in teams
*design a project
*carry out a project
*present written material
*communicate effectively in classrooms
*interact with instructors and fellow students
*use libraries and other resources
*develop and manage personal networks
*look for a job at the end of the programme.

1. Learning how to learn -- 2. Doing the groundwork: getting started on the MBA -- 3. Courses: the first channel of knowledge acquisition -- 4. Case studies: exercises in management skills -- 5. Working in teams: creating value from synergy -- 6. Written communication: who writes, wins -- 7. Working in the classroom: managing presentations and discussions -- 8. Research: generating and creating knowledge -- 9. Projects: working in the real world -- 10. Networking: creating value out of harmony -- 11. Exchange programmes -- 12. Getting a job: recruitment during and after the programme -- 13. The MBA and lifelong learning -- 14. Conclusion: broad vision, sharp focus.

ISBN: 9780203183304
ISBN-10: 2370005358702
Format: PDF
Language: English
Published: 1st December 2000