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Five-Minute MBA

ISBN 
9781770227163
Format 
Paperback
Recommended Price 
R140.00
Published 
January 1980
About the book: 

Who needs to study for an MBA when you have this book? The five-minute MBA  is a deceptively simple little book that presents wise business advice in a clear and concise way. 

Written by New Zealand’s top ‘corporate doctor’, Wayne Brown, it teaches ten crucial lessons vital for everyone at every level of business. By distilling the MBA into under 100 pages, Brown has ensured that only the most important and necessary bits remain, those that will lead to dramatic improvements in any business. 

From treating customers correctly and fixing mistakes upfront to doing the right thing and remaining accountable, The five-minute MBA is a practical, experience-based MBA crash-course that is guaranteed to offer genuine value, whether you are a junior, mid-level or senior businessperson. Now you, too, can learn how to bring everyday good health to your business.

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About the Author
Wayne Brown has an impressive track record in ‘fi ing’ non-performing companies and institutions in New Zealand, from hospitals to power companies. He is also a highly successful businessman in his own right, with interests in property development, television channels, surf wear and leisure clothing, and he is a former manager of the New Zealand surfing team.

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