MBA courses insist you take accounting. Ever hear an MBA student rave about their accounting classes? Wouldn’t it make more sense to teach students what to look for in a good CPA?
Don’t leaders in organizations have finance departments?
Isn’t the leader’s purpose to lead? To set the course? To dream, to communicate and to inspire the vision?
Maybe I’m missing something. Maybe I’m not.
So, just wanted to get our minds thinking about this.
All I’m pointing out is that society places a certain “worth” on an MBA degree. I’m not disagreeing with that.
Society also places a certain worth on reading the best selling business books. Not disagreeing with that either.
For me, what it all comes down to is that degrees, or books, don’t matter much if you can’t translate what you know – into something much better than before.
It’s almost like buying a gym membership, or exercise equipment, but not using it.