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Argument: MBA is bad investment if you have no career goal

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John Baschab, executive vice president and co-founder of consulting and staffing firm Impact Innovations Group: "An MBA, like any other kind of training, is helpful, but only if the new knowledge, training, and opportunities it creates are in line with your career aspirations. The skills needed by the CIO of any sizable enterprise are definitely business-focused: budgeting, direction setting, people management, vendor management, and demand management. If your goal is senior management in IT or outside of IT, an MBA will provide the requisite point-of-view and training."[1]

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