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Tooka De Manabu Mba: Beikoku Mba Toppu 10kō No Kyōiku Naiyō No Shinzui

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アメリカMBAトップ10校で教えられている内容の精髄をまとめ、全米で20万部を売り上げた『The Ten-Day MBA』の邦訳。マーケティングやアカウンティング、ファイナンス、オペレーション、経済学、戦略といった定番の科目に加え、組織行動、定量分析、そして比較的新しい倫理の科目が取り上げられている。 エッセンスとはいいながら、ただ理論のみを羅列するのではなく、アメリカMBAで取り上げられがちな企業の事例を交えながら、わかりやすく各種理論をひもといている。P&Gやホールマーク、ゼロックスなどの事例は、MBAホルダーにとってはおなじみの内容だろう。 もちろん、MBAホルダーが血のにじむような努力で頭に叩き込んだ、大量のケーススタディに比べると、本書の内容はほんのおさわり程度にすぎない。だが、内容のおさらいをするのには十分だろうし、これ ...more
400 pages
Published 2002 by Sofutobankupaburisshingu (first published 1993)
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Thomas Walker
I have my MBA and this book is a great reference source. Courses are taught in an MBA program in a way that feels like you are trying to drink from a fire hydrant. There is so much information thrown at you that retention is at a minimum. You do not need an MBA to read or understand this book. Written for a broad audience with differing academic backgrounds.
Ahmed Abdelhamid
ليس الأفضل، ولكنه و جبة سريعة تكفي ك "مقدمة" في كل باب...
Ronald Rajagukguk
this book is a must read for those of you who still deciding whether to take a MBA degree or not. here Steven describe the 10 main thing that you'll learn on MBA classes. don't expect something deep inside this book. all the chapter in this book only talk about a topic in general. overall this book is excelent there is a lot of diagram and real world case study. so it will be easy to read
Yap
The best business book I have ever read! This book covers the essence of a MBA atthe world's top universities like Harvard and Stanford.Its content ranges from marketing to finance and even basic business law. Suitable for those wanting to pursue a MBA or even graduates who want to review what they have learnt in the fast-paced two year MBA course.
Gyuri
It was a great quick overview of MBA studies. I recommend this book to everyone who wants to get closer to understanding how business works.
Mckinley
Days with exercise for:
1 - marketing (consumer analysis, market analysis, competitive analysis, distribution channel analysis, develop marking mix, determine the economics, revise)
2 - ethics (relativism and stakeholder analysis) to make aware of ethical implications of business decisions
3 - accounting (rules and concepts, financial statements, ratio analysis {liquidity, capitalization, activity and profitability}, managerial accounting)
4 - organizational behavior (problem-solving, motivation, le
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Elaine
Feb 12, 2013 Elaine marked it as to-read  ·  review of another edition
Compendium of well-known theories and techniques of accounting, finance, operations, economics, and strategy.

This book is in the library.
Jen
Read it twice. Awesome and a whole lot cheaper than b-school. Great ROI!
Kent
Mar 08, 2009 Kent is currently reading it  ·  review of another edition
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Tony Poerio
A very practical book, it's well worth the time investment.

I read this book a few years ago, knowing almost nothing about the subject matter.

It's a great primer and survey, and the basic knowledge has served me well.

A surprisingly quick read, I got through it over some long subway rides.

Recommended for interested beginners.
Anh Phan
It was a dense book hah. I found myself blanking out most of the time and got confused by some of the concepts but I guess you can't really fault the author for that. It's just a really tough thing trying to get an MBA and this book definitely made me have more appreciation for those pursuing that path.
Schnitzer Ang
An excellent book that teaches the core principle of different department in a company!
Darsha18
not gone through enough
Mike
This book serves as a good introduction to concepts taught in business school or as a refresher for graduates.
Raul
Originally, I planned to pursue an MBA, but that changed over time. However, even if I don't plan an MBA anymore (I'm more geared towards pursuing an MA/PhD), this book is very useful to anyone who wants to understand business, is working, or is a business student, whether in college or grad school.

The chapters that I like in this books are Organizational Behavior, Marketing, and Quantitative Analysis.

Jun Yan
Quite complementary to the "personal MBA" book. It is more technical and gives less examples.
Sean H.
This book is the best business school primer out there (although, there isn't much competition). Silbiger has brought the complexity of B-school courses down to a much more approachable level. However, when tackling this book, it helps if you have taken at least an introductory economics, finance, and accounting class. You will gain much more from the reading.
Gohary
MBA in a nutshell !!
Who wouldn't want that?
The book is a masterpiece, providing the fundamentals of the MBA study in an easy way for readers with non-business study backgrounds.
A must have guide if you are willing to study to give you the main basics, or if you just like me want to know how things in business administration go.
Curtis Badke
I read this book as a software developer trying to better understand the business folks that I tend to build software for.

This book offers a really good introduction to terms and ideas that my clients just take for granted. I now feel better able to understand my coworkers and be able to accomplish my job as a result.
Joey Anderson
Very helpful in my studies for my MBA. Honestly it was a great reminder of what I learned for my bachelors but since forgot over the years. I will make sure to keep this book as a handy reference for economics and finance.
Kimberly
This is was a good overview of business principles. The writing is clear and the explanations various concepts are decent. Does it take the place of an MBA- probably not, as mastery of the concepts generally comes from discussion and practical experience. I do think is a good review of some of the classes that I have taken.
Rohit Amberker
This is a good refresher once in a while to ground yourself to the basic concepts / frameworks.
Amiril84
If you only can bring home one book about business education, then by all means take this one. From here you can get deeper into specific subject that your're interested. By reading it all the way cover to cover will simply equip you with the essence of skill many MBAs from Top Business Schools have possessed.
Terrance
This was a good book to read, definately as a refresher to business school. The concepts they cover may seem a bit foreign to those outside the business world, or without a business degree, but would likely be helpful if you were going for your MBA.
Andreia Hicks
This book is well written and is a great resource. It made me realize than an MBA is just a BA 2.0. Same concepts I learned while getting my undergrad degrees. It was a really good review and is a good reference book.
Mugo
Jan 09, 2009 Mugo rated it 3 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: those too busy to take mba
this books gives a sneek preview of what is learnt in those hallowed mba courses. .. i read it to get a better understanding of the workings of the corporate world..and now i do! maybe one day i will take the course.
Gary
I wish I could recommend this for all my friends but ultimately this is for those who would want to have an overview knowledge of the MBA degree. So if that is you, this is a great book to start your quest.
Ben
Some useful information but PAINFULLY BORING to read. Has some one panel comics in it that are the least amusing business humor ever assembled. Skim it if you're curious, but don't actually try to read this.
Ahmed Korayem
It's a very interesting book if someone needs to have an insight on what's going on in MBA's classrooms. However, i found some of the topics were not well covered for a non MBA.
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