Don’t Pay for Your MBA review

This book is based on the genius idea that you can assemble your own MBA, low-price and high quality, and it offers practical tips to pick courses and what to do with it, for instance, how to explain to a future employer the difference between your self-assembled MBA and a traditional MBA. This core is great, but it’s surrounded by so much filler, either obvious truths passed on as insights, or constantly rehashed material, chapter-after-chapter. I wish editors or publishers would stop wasting my time in order to push a book to 200 pages. This should really have been a 20-page essay for which I would have gladly paid the same.