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October 04, 2005


Ed Brenegar

I enjoy your energetic pursuit of answers to questions. As a consultant for the past ten years, who began without an business background, whatever you need to learn, you can learn on your own. However, the most important learning that a MBA program will give you is a mastery of the financial side of business. And secondly, relationships with people in a wide arena. If you can develop those relationships outside of your work, then you calculation is accurate.

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:I had no clue (I respect both men), so I started doing some research, asking, talking to friends. I have three foundational thoughts: business school is expensive, if I ever leave the chicken industry it will probably help to have an MBA, but if I stay it doesn't matter at all if I do or don't have that line on my resume.

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