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Revised and updated to answer the challenges of a rapidly changing business world, the 4th edition of The Ten-Day MBA includes the latest topics taught at America's top business schools, from corporate ethics and compliance to financial planning and real estate to leadership and negotiation. With more than 400,000 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. Author Steven A. Silbiger delivers research straight from the notes of real MBA students attending these top programs today - giving you the tools you need to get ahead in business and in life.

©1993, 1999, 2005, 2012 Steven Alan Silbiger (P)2018 Brilliance Publishing, Inc., all rights reserved.

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No chapters!?!

Great content but there is only one 12hr chapter. Basically the entire book from start to finish. If you want to go back, forget it, it's all guess work. Why not include chapters? I prefer to be able to navigate rather than guess how to go back - and there is no ability to jump forward. If I am a marketer and want to start with finance, too bad you have to listen to it all to get there. I appreciate the author's desire for his listeners to hear ALL of it, but this is too restrictive in my opinion.

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not good for audio.

I struggled to finish this book and the content is not digestible in audio form.

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This is an audio book - performer doesn't know

There are some simple and sometimes subtle things that a performer needs to change when reading a book. This performer believes that the book including graph titles, lists etc. need to be read verbatim. The result is occasional incomprehensible word nonsense that is distracting to the listener. I guess if you are already an MBA this may be a good review and reminder of topics, but this condensed information is probably not a good audio book for someone like me who isn't already knowledgeable about the subject.

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Seems to be read by an actual robot.

I can see how this book might be useful or interesting in print form, but it works terribly as an audiobook. It seems to have been read by a literal robot; even some of the speaker's pronunciation is quite robotic. Moreover, the style of the book makes is very difficult to listen to. There are many long, numbered lists of marketing vocabulary terms, read in a droning voice. The actual case studies, with which these long lists are interspersed, are not very in-depth.
This book seems to be a kind of SparkNotes for introductory MBA curricula. While there may be a lot of good, surface-level information here, it's not presented in a way that makes for an engaging listening experience. Read it as a print book, or just skip it.

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Easy to follow and broad but yet detailed

The only problem with this book is that the mathematical formulas in some parts are a lot harder to follow in an audiobook than in a visual format at least for me so forewarning for visual learners. However everything is explained in vast detail and every aspect of business is tackled. Highly recommend.

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Really great book

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