- Pasta blanda: 446 páginas
- Editor: Portfolio; Edición: Reprint (28 de agosto de 2012)
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 1591845572
- ISBN-13: 978-1591845577
- Dimensiones del producto: 13.8 x 2.9 x 21.4 cm
- Peso del envío: 422 g
- Opinión media de los clientes sobre el producto: 3 opiniones de clientes
- Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº5,500 en Libros (Ver el Top 100 en Libros)
The Personal MBA: Master the Art of Business (Inglés) Pasta blanda – 28 ago 2012
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-David Allen, author of Getting Things Done "File this book under NO EXCUSES. After you've read it, you won't be open to people telling you that you're not smart enough, not insightful enough, or not learned enough to do work that matters. Josh takes you on a worthwhile tour of the key ideas in business."
-Seth Godin, author of Linchpin "No matter what they tell you, an MBA is not essential. If you combine reading this book with actually trying stuff, you'll be far ahead in the business game."
-Kevin Kelly, founding executive editor, Wired, and author of What Technology Wants "A creative, breakthrough approach to business education. I have an MBA from a top business school, and this book helped me understand business in a whole new way."
-Ali Safa vi, executive director of international sales and distribution, The Walt Disney Company "An absolutely amazing book! I'm highly recommending this to all creative types, for the best overview of the modern business mind-set they need."
-Derek Sivers, founder, CD Baby, sivers.org "Josh has synthesized the most important topics in business into a book that truly lives up to its title. It's rare to find complicated concepts explained with such clarity. Highly recommended."
-Ben Casnocha, author of My Start-Up Life "An enterprising and thrifty way to hack business school. This is a fantastic resource for motivated autodidacts looking to get into business."
-Gina Trapani, founding editor, Lifehacker.com, and author of Upgrade Your Life
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Master the fundamentals, hone your business instincts, and save a fortune in tuition.
The consensus is clear: MBA programs are a waste of time and money. Even the elite schools offer outdated assembly-line educations about profit-and-loss statements and PowerPoint presentations. After two years poring over sanitized case studies, students are shuffled off into middle management to find out how business really works.
Josh Kaufman has made a business out of distilling the core principles of business and delivering them quickly and concisely to people at all stages of their careers. His blog has introduced hundreds of thousands of readers to the best business books and most powerful business concepts of all time. In The Personal MBA, he shares the essentials of sales, marketing, negotiation, strategy, and much more.
True leaders aren't made by business schools-they make themselves, seeking out the knowledge, skills, and experiences they need to succeed. Read this book and in one week you will learn the principles it takes most people a lifetime to master.
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However I do like the way this book is set-up and arranged, once that you've read through the book you can search the concept list and refresh your memory for any concepts, it is a very good source of information if you want to accomplish more, since the longest three chapters of this book are meant to help you understand human emotions and self-development styles, if you combine this with some classes and real life work it can guide you in the right direction, but it won't get you to being CEO of a fortune 500 company, as the goal of a formal MBA education is.
Overall I liked this book, I would recommend it for undergraduate students that want to know the basics of business, but I still wouldn't recommend anyone to drop out of school and pretend to be an MBA by reading this book.
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Everything is organized into topic with detailed outlines, so that you can pick and choose as needed. So many books (see any Tim Ferriss book) throw everything and the kitchen sink with no focus or filter just to fill pages and put out another crappy round of sales; they're all fluff and the meat they contain is so basic that the author tries to pass it off as something complicated and essentially passes off mystique as value. Not the case here. I have a very sensitive BS meter and it wasn't triggered at all. Everything included is purposeful, and while there isn't much of any depth, this is more like what you'd get from an actual MBA (minus the network) - a big picture view and the memory/awareness of what to consider and whether to look it up when the time comes around. The only caveat is that this is all meat, so this is a book to study and write notes on a few times and memorize.
As a techie-turned-entrepreneur who likes clear APIs and expects good crunch-bang documentation (think C++ interface guides), this is the perfect format and just what I was looking for. If you want a lot of depth, you'll have to sacrifice scope and go for a book that covers one or two topics. For what it is, this is about as good as it gets (and I've read TONS of books on business, organization, 'self-help', marketing, negotiation, etc.).
Thanks Josh for putting this out.
Cons: none. Pretty good.
Overall: I would buy it again. I don't know that it is a stand-out over the other handful of highly rated MBA books, but it is still a solid overview. You won't go wrong buying it.
He really explains a lot of complex topics as simply and concisely as anyone possible could. The short sections make the book in general less daunting and much more digestible. I love the advice he has to offer, and I can tell already that it's affected my business and habits heavily.
But right now, all he really does is explain about 200 different business terms.