I remember when I was a kid. My parents used to tell me that getting a high school Diploma wouldn’t do it, and I had to aim higher. In reality, degrees don’t matter as much as they used to. There are a lot of self-educated folks who know more than many PhDs. That’s why we should never stop learning. The times are tough these days, but I firmly believe that everyone should take time to get familiar with business terms and get a crash course in MBA. With Pocket MBA, you get that and more.
Pocket MBA is a business mobile course that lets you train and test yourself in all aspects of business management. Whether you are into general management, marketing, finance, or just interested in information technology, Pocket MBA has got you covered. As an MBA myself, I found this course to be refreshing. The course is designed to help you understand the fundamental concepts that you would learn in a 2 year MBA program. Whether you are trying to get a refresher or a leg up on others before enrolling in a full-time MBA course, Pocket MBA has the content to help you get it done.
Pocket MBA gives you an overview of how to run a business like a pro. It comes with plenty of graphs, charts, and examples to help you understand the concepts. You can also test yourself with the end-of-chapter tests to find out if you have mastered what you have read. Speaking of reading, here is what’s covered in this course:
- Business Management and Organization
- HR Management
- Operations Management
- Accounting & Finance
- IT Management
- International Business
- & more.
I have to say I am a big fan of Pocket MBA. I firmly believe that everyone (no question) needs to have basic understanding of what it takes to run a business. You never know when you are going to need the knowledge, but it’s always better to have it so you can make smarter decision in your everyday life. Thanks to Pocket MBA, you won’t have to pay a fortune to get it.
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