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The New Business Education Model

Author : John Garrison

The term "MBA" is what most of us think about when it comes to Business Education. Yes MBA, "Master of Business Administration" the "crown jewel" of degrees most needed in businesses, costing an average of $100,000. Not too cool, because for most of us it is out of the question.

We need to ask ourselves, "Is there a way to get ahold of that valuable educational information at a lower cost, which the average person can afford?" The answer to this question is "yes," although it seems like education in the business world is not getting any cheaper. Now, programs offer interesting ways to work your way to a great business education and get funding for your business ideas.

This wide range of interesting ways to learn the fundamentals of business is providing more and more opportunities to people willing to work hard for a brighter future.

From management systems to cooperative education these programs are designed to create profits, with talented people that are needed. "Why not train them yourself?" is what many are asking. There are some wonderful programs making it "their mission to help people to help themselves," and in turn, they help their own business' bottom line profits. "Win – win," they like to call it.

In the past, education was separated from businesses and then businesses slowly started to create in-house train programs that became helpful. Now it seems that education, business, and funding have become intertwined within some worldwide networks.

What we have come to understand is that these networks mostly teach decision-making, which is a process like no other, which takes time to learn. It is best to learn decision-making in an OJT situation. The networks are telling us, doing it their way is better, because they are instilling long-term abilities needed for the power of great decision-making, which is one of the most important qualities of all great business leaders.

Previously, most of the decision-making tools were taught in mental health fields, philosophy, theory, and psychology of management, practical application and business start-up and operational procedures. Now people can lean about all of this in the work environment, and even become part of a start-up team.

Traditional academic business education programs include college courses, which teach students the fundamentals of management, marketing, ethics, accounting, and other relevant topics.

These have been supplemented in recent years with extensive course offerings in computer skills, e-commerce management, and other elements of the "new economy." Students can earn degrees ranging from an Associate to a PhD (Doctor of Philosophy) in business administration. Some programs may consist of classwork only, while others, such as tech-prep and cooperative education programs, internships, and school-to-work opportunities, combine academics with on-the-job training.

All of these different efforts are helping to change the business climate for the better, mainly for the people that are hard-working and driven to success. We have seen how the energies of hope and promise are making their way to a brighter future for more and more, regardless of the negative news heard on the global economy.

Anyone who is willing to work and learn is getting opportunities that just a few years ago were not available. Some networks take people in, teach them, fund them, and consult with them to increase the chances of the success of their Business one hundred-fold.

If you wish to advance in business, without the $100k price tag, do some research, and see if one of these new model business networks is right for you!

Author's Resource Box

As CEO/President of LNG Network, John Garrison is now giving back to society through his contributions to their programs. LNG Network provides business consulting and educational services, operates a Research Team Program, which teaches entrepreneurs how to properly research their ideas and their competition, and provides funding for start-up businesses on a global scale.

John Garrison is available for speaking engagements for training, informative, and motivational purposes.

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