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Learn an entire MBA course without spending thousands and waving goodbye to two years of your life.
If you want to succeed in business then an MBA programme is the best way to build expertise, knowledge and experience. But an MBA programme at any top school is an enormous investment in time, effort and money. In The Visual MBA, Jason Barron offers a radical solution, explaining all key business school concepts through illustrations. When Barron started his MBA course, he decided to draw all his notes so that other people could benefit from them. And it's a good thing he did, because research shows that more than 65% of us are visual learners and that our brains process illustrations 60,000 times faster than text.
From Marketing, Ethics and Accounting to Organisational Behaviour, Finance, Operations and Strategy, The Visual MBA distils the most important principles of an MBA into an accessible, informative and easily-digestible guide. Jason Barron is a product manager and illustrator who helps people realise their creative ideas through visual learning. He spent 516 hours in class and countless hours studying at home completing his MBA. Along the way, rather than taking notes that he would never read again, Jason created sketchnotes for each class and has turned them into an interesting and engaging resource so that you don't have to sit through another class again!
Like the other titles in Barron's Business Review Series, the new sixth edition of Accounting makes a useful supplement to college textbooks, and is also excellent as a main text in business brush-up programs. Author Peter J. Eisen familiarizes students with key accounting terms, explains the accounting equation, and goes on to instruct in the use and preparation of financial statements, the recording of business transactions in journals, and in closing and adjusting entries at the end of a business period. The book is organized to closely follow a standard college textbook, but concentrates on student understanding of what is done, and, more importantly, how and why. Other helpful features include: Review questions Computational problems with complete detailed solutions presented when appropriate Additional problems to reinforce the reader's knowledge An extensive glossary of accounting terms. New features in this edition include instruction in the use of spreadsheets to solve many accounting problems, a more detailed explanation of accounting data procedures as internal controls designed to safeguard assets, and extensive commentary on business ethics.
Barron's Real Estate Licensing Exams has been updated to provide the latest information in real estate finance, federal law and regulation, and appraisal license requirements. This edition features: Explanations of all aspects of real estate law and finance, including contracts, deeds, appraisals, brokerage, leasing, mortgages, federal regulation of Fair Housing, Truth-in-Lending, and environmental matters More than 1,600 practice questions similar to those found on licensing exams, including 9 model tests Answers and explanations for all questions An extensive glossary of real estate terms, including practical examples, from authors who are experienced brokers and teachers
The updated edition of this quick-reference short-entry dictionary defines more than 2,500 accounting, auditing, compliance, and tax-related terms. General areas covered include financial accounting and reporting, managerial and cost management, auditing and financial statement analysis, compliance, and information technology (IT) terms. Also included are many terms from related business disciplines that the accountant must know, such as finance, personal finance, investments, Internet, economics, quantitative tools, and international finance terms.
Business correspondence has an essential place in today's business, financial, and marketing worlds, and this heavily revised and updated book shows how to set up correct formats for business letters of many different kinds, including letters of inquiry, credit letters, collection letters, congratulatory letters, business announcements, invitations to business functions, and others. A wealth of new material in this edition covers virtually all varieties of electronic communication, including business e-mail, job application and rA (c)sumA (c) samples, and information on networking and corresponding via the Internet as a means of seeking new career opportunities. This new edition has been given a brand-new graphic design, includes a new section on e-mail etiquette, and features improved and appealing page layouts that are more useful than ever.
Need to know real estate jargon? This quick-reference guide can help. Home buyers and sellers, as well as real estate professionals, investors, and attorneys can rely on this quick-reference source. More than 3,000 terms and definitions cover topics that include appraisal, architectural styles, brokerage, construction, development, environmental finance, mortgage types, zoning regulations, and much more. Includes graphs, charts, and line art.
Many teachers of college-level business courses use titles in Barron's Business Review Series as textbook supplements to illustrate practical examples of business situations. The books also make excellent main texts in adult education and business brush-up programs. In addition to detailed analyses of today's business practices, these books include review questions with answers. The authors of this book describe and appraise several contemporary trends and techniques employed in company management, with reference to businesses of various sizes. The strengths and weaknesses of each method are reviewed.
Focused especially to fit the needs of ESL students, this handbook for communicating in business situations describes a wide variety of business writings, and recommends appropriate styles and formats for each. Samples and instruction cover sales and public relations letters, reports and proposals, resumes, job applications, and much more. A section on usage reviews basics of English grammar, emphasizing sentence construction and verb forms. Students of English as a second language who plan to do business in North America can become confused by jargon and formalisms that sometimes invade business correspondence. Author Andrea Geffner's advice to them is to relax and stop worrying about sounding "business-like" or "official." Correct but relaxed English is always preferable. This book will meet the needs of all ESL students--especially those in business schools--but can also serve as a general quick reference guide in any business office.
Jason Barron spent 516 hours in class, completed mountains of homework and shelled out tens of thousands of dollars to complete his MBA at the BYU Marriott School of Business. Along the way, rather than taking boring notes that he would never read (nor use) again, Jason created sketch notes for each class - visually capturing the essential points of his education - and providing an engaging and invaluable resource. Once finished with his MBA, Jason launched a widely successful Kickstarter campaign distilling these same notes into a self-published book to help aspiring business leaders of all backgrounds and income levels understand the critical concepts one learns in business school.
This self-teaching manual reviews arithmetic skills as they apply to business records and functions. Topics reviewed include fractions, decimals, calculating percentages, the fundamentals of statistics and business graphics, measurements in the English and metric systems, and applications of mathematics to banking, investing, loans, and setting up a business. Barrons continues its ongoing project of updating, improving, and giving handsome new designs to its popular list of "Easy Way" titles, now re-named "Barrons E-Z Series." The new cover designs reflect the books brand-new page layouts, which feature extensive two-color treatment, a fresh, modern typeface, and more graphic material than ever. Charts, graphs, diagrams, instructive line illustrations, and where appropriate, amusing cartoons help to make learning E-Z. "Barrons E-Z" books are self-teaching manuals focused to improve students grades across a wide array of academic and practical subjects. For most subjects, the skill level ranges between senior high school and college-101 standards. In addition to their self- teaching value, these books are also widely used as textbooks or textbook supplements in classroom settings. "E-Z" books review their subjects in detail, using both short quizzes and longer tests to help students gauge their learning progress. All exercises and tests come with answers. Subject heads and key phrases are set in a second color as an easy reference aid.
Small in size but packed with detailed information, Barron's Business Dictionaries are extremely useful and economical reference sources for business students, business managers, and general readers seeking advice and information on specific business subjects. Each pocket-size book defines thousands of authoritative yet specialized terms within its subject area and features an abundance of diagrams, charts, and line art. These are must-haves for students and professionals alike. This revised and expanded dictionary defines approximately 8,000 terms relating to accounting, taxation, advertising, business law, communications, transportation, computers and the Internet, insurance, international business, management, marketing, real estate, and statistics. This brand-new edition has been expanded to include more than 150 new terms specifically relating to finance and economics.
Compiling strategies from more than 30 years of experience, this book provides numerous case studies that illustrate the implementation of noise control applications, as well as solutions to common dilemmas encountered in noise reduction processes. It offers methods for predicting the noise generation level of common systems such as fans, motors, compressors, and cooling towers, selecting the appropriate equipment to monitor sound properties, assessing the severity of environmental noise, modifying the sources, transmission paths, and receivers of sound, estimating sound pressure levels, designing mufflers, silencers, barriers, and enclosures, and isolating machine vibration.
Updated to meet today's business needs and reflect the use of current technology, this book presents approximately 75 model letters that demonstrate correct formats and modes of expression used in business correspondence. Categories include credit applications, letters of inquiry, orders of goods and services, formal business announcements, letters of recommendation, letters dealing with complaints and claims, in-house correspondence, news releases, sales letters as used by direct marketers, and more. This book also features examples of different letter formatting styles as well as sections on e-mail correspondence and effective presentation of Internet rA (c)sumA (c)s.
A sound and convincing business plan is an entrepreneur's important first step in starting up a profitable business. It's also a prerequisite for getting financing and attracting investors. A sound business plan describes the business operations and goals, analyzes and forecasts markets and sales, sets up operating and marketing plans and schedules, and estimates operating expenses. This book shows how to organize and write a logical, business-savvy, and professionally polished business plan that can be presented to potential investors and financial institutions.
This quick-reference fact finder defines approximately 4,500 key terms that apply to life, health, property, casualty, home owners', tenants', and professional liability insurance. Also included and defined in detail are important terms that apply to pension plans and individual retirement accounts. Newly updated to reflect changes in federal and local legislation, this book is a valuable guide for insurance agents, brokers, actuaries, underwriters, and virtually everybody who has ever purchased or plans to purchase insurance. It can also serve as a textbook supplement in business courses. A previous edition of this book was praised by The New York Times as ". . . helpful, particularly for employee benefit and retirement issues."
The newly updated edition of this authoritative reference volume deserves a place in the library of every accountant, bookkeeper, accounting manager, CPA, CFO, controller, business manager, and business student. An opening overview of financial accounting describes financial statements and presents details on financial reporting requirements and compliance, and U.S. GAAP (Generally Accepted Accounting Principles) and IFRS (International Financial Reporting Standards). Chapters that follow cover cost management, as well as taxation forms and their preparation. An extensive A-to-Z dictionary of accounting terms presents short-entry definitions of everything from Abacus to Z Score.
Anyone who has worked to sell a business knows how important it is to realize the full worth of the transaction, financially, psychologically, and with an eye towards the future. Selling Your Business for More is a holistic and values based approach to selling your family business that gives the family business owner a unique personal and professional perspective of the sales cycle. It focuses on the entire process of selling--before, during and after--ensuring that the seller and the family reap the rewards from the change in ownership.
With decades of experience among them, Daniel R. Barron, Mary Geddes Boehler and Marian F. Cook lead you through each step of the daunting sale process, starting with a cold-eyed look at the reason you're selling. They then progress through each crucial step of the process--timing, team-building, negotiating, communicating--and take you beyond signing the deal with advice for making your sale work in a smooth transition. Each chapter details questions to answer and actions to take, and special topics include selling your firm in cold markets and minimizing taxes from the transaction.
If you are the owner of a small business in need of a change, this is a book you need to read before beginning the critical process of finding a buyer.
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