Drawing on the twelve core disciplines of business, including business law, economics, marketing and finance, this fourth edition of the hugely successful The 30 Day MBA shows you how to use key business concepts and tools to assess business decisions and implement strategy.
Now with a new concept for each chapter - including crowdfunding, digital marketing, business incubators and the 80/20 principle - The 30 Day MBA also provides coverage of the key optional modules: Mergers and Acquisitions and International Business. New case studies include Chilango, TomTom, Heinz, Hotel Chocolat, Shell, The Card Factory and Addidas among others.
Including a range of free online questions and answers that enable you to self-assess your knowledge, this bestselling classroom-free guide is brimming with models, international case studies and practical applications of key theories, placing MBA skills within reach of all professionals and students.
Colin Barrow has spent 15 years applying the principles and knowledge acquired through his own MBA to successfully running companies. He has lectured, researched and collaborated with colleagues in business schools in the UK, America, Australia, the Far East and throughout Europe and is currently a visiting fellow at Cranfield University and teaches there regularly. He is also the author of The Business Plan Workbook and Financial Management for the Small Business (both published by Kogan Page).
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Chapter - 0: Introduction
Chapter - 1: Accounting
Chapter - 2: Finance
Chapter - 3: Marketing
Chapter - 4: Organizational behaviour
Chapter - 5: Business history
Chapter - 6: Business law
Chapter - 7: Economics
Chapter - 8: Entrepreneurship
Chapter - 9: Ethics and social responsibility
Chapter - 10: Operations management
Chapter - 11: Quantitative and qualitative research and analysis