Let’s put this myth about MBAs to bed.
Alex Taussig

As a young undergrad founder, I think the question among my peers is: would getting an MBA help with starting a company or organization? Too often, we see MBA candidates around campus seeking (read: preying) on undergrad engineering majors to build out their MVPs for free, and it leaves a pretty poor first impression. Does an MBA significantly improve the chances of entrepreneurial success in the tech world, or were the MBA-founder success stories merely describing people who would have started a company or found success either way? How do we decouple and measure the value of the degree from the intrinsic motivation and vision the founder possessed before stepping foot in a business school?

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