Brad’s nos. 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, & 16. MBA Text Books by various folk

This is just perfunctory.  Please skip it and read something else.

This year, in my journey to kind of be able to have letters after my name, I began work on my MBA.  This obviously requires much reading.  I feel bad including these as I am not really going to review any of them.  However, my feelings are somewhat superficial, as the amount of reading that I had to do has prevented me from reading so many other, glorious books.  Truthfully, they weren’t all bad.  I enjoyed the marketing ones and even the Finance book.  Economics was probably my least favorite because I didn’t read it as in depth as I should and the intricacies of supply/demand curves (especially elasticity!) tend to skirt my understanding.  But all in all I am actually enjoying the knowledge I am gaining as well as looking forward to how God will allow me to use it for His glory.  Without any further ado, here they are.

Operations Management for MBAs by Meredith Shafer

Basic Marketing by Perreault, Cannon, & McCarthy

Statistics by Chuck Arize

Statistical Techniques by Lind, Marchal & Wathen

Essentials of Economics by N.G. Manikiw

Marketing Management by Kotler, & Keller

Fundamentals of Financial Management by Brigham & Houston

And that’s it, for now.

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