MBA in a Book Giveaway

mbabook MBA in a Book: Fundamental Principles of Business, Sales, and Leadership edited by Leslie Pockell and Adrienne Avila

Description:

MBA in a Book offers the kind of information graduates of MBA programs ought to have, but usually gain only after years of hard-won experience. This volume contains essential advice about the fundamentals of business, sales, and leadership from some of history’s most influential thinkers and doers: entepreneurs, executives, scholars, statesmen, and philosophers.

The business principles section includes wisdom about the fundamentals of business practice and theory and important advice on investment, leadership, management, marketing, and success. The following section includes observations and insights that offer useful sales advice and ingenious techniques. Readers will discover gems of wisdom that address both the daily practicalities and the grand ideals of leadership in the final section.

Updated with a new introduction, this valuable collection will provide readers with the keys to mastering timeless and essential business skills. MBA in a Book will inspire, guide, and support anyone interested in mastering the complex strategies that lead to success in business.

The giveaway:

Thanks to Hachette Book Group, I have five copies of MBA in a Book to giveaway. This contest is open to the US and Canada only, and no PO Boxes. To enter, just leave a comment below between now and March 19. I will announce the winners on March 20.

17 Comments

  1. Jodi

    I think this is a great book to have whether you dabble in home business or just want more information. Thanks for another great giveaway and a really good blog Carol!

  2. Sara Miller

    The title to this book is great. I think it definitely would look good amongst the other books on my shelf. Thanks for the giveaway.

    Thanks!
    Sararush (at) hotmail (dot) com

  3. Brilliant!
    Encapsulates all spectrums for well rounded MBA.
    An invaluable source for my daughter, who dreams of going to
    the U of Penn, Wharton and the London School of Economics.
    Thank you for making us aware of this book.

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