A Manager's Career Development Tool
A combination of what you know and how much you've applied this knowledge on the job, your MBA IQ is what defines your management knowledge in today's business climate. This work facilitates advanced management education and presents a structured approach for career development in the management profession.
What's your MBA IQ? A combination of what you know and how much you've applied this knowledge on the job, your MBA IQ is what defines your management knowledge in today's business climate. It's what keeps you at the top of your profession, an expert in your specialized field with an understanding, as well, of cross-functional disciplines. Arming you with a solid foundation across the entire MBA curriculum to interact with colleagues, clients, senior management, and professors at a higher, more advanced level, international business expert Devi Vallabhaneni helps you get the most from MBA-level topics - and ultimately, develop your career. This authoritative road map facilitates advanced management education and reveals a structured approach for career development in the management profession, equipping you with nuts and bolts coverage of: general management, leadership, and strategy; operations management; marketing management; quality and process management; human resources management; accounting; finance; information technology; corporate control, law, ethics, and governance; international business; project management; and, decision sciences and managerial economics.; The related self-assessment exercises available at the website allow you to compute your MBA IQ. You can find out where your weaknesses are and then begin to develop your knowledge base to gain proficiency in all management areas and become a true business generalist. Since the MBA degree has become a de facto standard in management education, the goal of "What's Your MBA IQ?" is to make the knowledge contained in an MBA accessible to all business practitioners. As a result, this book is equally relevant to business practitioners, whether or not they pursue an MBA. Also, your organization can use "What's Your MBA IQ?" to assess its business practitioners' readiness for corporate rotation programs, high potential programs, the CABM, the CBM, or an MBA degree. About the Author: Devi Vallabhaneni, CABM, CBM, CPA, is the President and CEO of the Association of Professionals in Business Management. Prior to founding this non-profit organization, she worked for Gap, Incorporated, in international business development, as well as in Gap's online business development where she was responsible for devising expansion strategies for Gap, Banana Republic, and Old Navy brands.; In addition, she has worked with Arthur Andersen's litigation services practice and helped start the litigation services practice at Arthur Andersen's Singapore and Hong Kong offices. She earned her MBA from the Harvard Business School and sincerely believes that sustained career development begins with knowledge development.
Preface. Acknowledgments. Introduction. About the Web Site. Learning Module 1: General Management, Leadership, and Strategy. Learning Module 2: Operations Management. Learning Module 3: Marketing Management. Learning Module 4: Quality and Process Management. Learning Module 5: Human Resources Management. Learning Module 6: Accounting. Learning Module 7: Finance. Learning Module 8: Information Technology. Learning Module 9: Corporate Control, Law, Ethics, and Governance. Learning Module 10: International Business. Learning Module 11: Project Management. Learning Module 12: Decision Sciences and Managerial Economics. References. Index.