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The Real Value of an MBA is Time & Money Saved

There’s long been a running debate, especially here in the San Francisco and Silicon Valley, about the value of an MBA. Namely, many startup entrepreneurs and even a few investors believe that the best business knowledge comes from actually starting and running a business; it’s the hard knocks that come with constant string of successes and failures that will teach an entrepreneur all they need to know. At the same time, according to the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC), most MBA programs in the US have seen applications increase, even during the pandemic.

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Justin Lokitz

Justin Lokitz

I am an entrepreneur, innovator, advisor, professor, author, and day dreamer. I’m on a personal journey to create meaning for myself and others. Join me!

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