I noticed this book because on Amazon, a while ago, it had the most polarized reviews. There were a lot of 5-stars, and a lot of 1-stars (possibly by bots). Someone might have had an interest in not having this information publicly & widely spread to the consumer. I’ve found the book very interesting and informative – I agree with everything it says. This was required reading for me.
Exploring Business introduces students to business roles and concepts in an exciting way. This text will help you decide whether business is right for you and, if so, what areas of business you’d like to study further
It’s interesting how the argument is that share buybacks allows executives to collect handsome profits, without distributing the same with the working people. The article, and the video, explain the idea nicely.
This is the book that is suggested via MIT’s Open CourseWare, as the work of Roger Fisher who is the name in negotiation theory.
Fisher, Roger (1991) Getting to Yes: Negotiating Agreement Without Giving In
MBA as taught in schools has several areas of study: finance & accounting, leadership & management, marketing & strategy, technology & operations. Kaufman in this book gives accurate insights into what goes into MBA education, as well as what goes into the practical applications of such.
The book’s website is https://personalmba.com/ and of course you can buy it on Amazon.