Item description for The New York Times Pocket MBA Series: Business Planning by Edward E. Williams, James R. Thompson & H. Albert Napier...
Overview Business persons from first-level managers to the executive suite can listen to this program to learn 25 keys to creating a sound business plan. Other authors are James R. Thompson, Ph.D., and H. Albert Napier, Ph.D. Unabridged. March publication.
Publishers Description The New York Times Pocket MBA Series is a 12-volume reference tool ideal for all businesspersons. Each volume, written by professors from top graduate business schools and edited by The New York Times business editors, presents 25 key principals in specific areas of business expertise.
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Format: Audiobook, Unabridged
Studio: Listen & Live Audio
Running Time: 180.00 minutes
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.03" Width: 4.41" Height: 0.87" Weight: 0.2 lbs.
Binding Audio Cassette
Release Date Sep 1, 2000
Publisher Listen & Live Audio
ISBN 1885408390 ISBN13 9781885408396
Availability 0 units.
More About Edward E. Williams, James R. Thompson & H. Albert Napier
Edward E. Williams has an academic affiliation as follows - Henry Gardiner Symonds Professor of Management, Rice Univ. Henry Gardi.
Reviews - What do customers think about The New York Times Pocket MBA Series: Business Planning?
Good, but not for Novices Apr 28, 2005
I really enjoyed listening to "Business Planning", but I'm in the middle of writing my third, so I am fairly versed in the subject. I say "but" because, as the Annapolis commuter pointed out, first-time business plan writers would find a print-copy of the book much more useful. But if you're like me, and you want help polishing your existing works, this is a great title.
Not for everyone Sep 20, 2000
I purchased this book expecting it to cater to someone beyond University level. However, the contents clearly cater for high school level learning and therefore provided little value to me. If you are looking to strengthen your technical and analytical skills look somewhere else. If you want basic training, give it a try.
Wow- great book Sep 3, 2000
This insightful book proved worth its weight in gold. A must read for any entrepreneur looking for serious funding.