Asked by Glenn a year ago
Depending and your background, you may or may not need an MBA. Also, MBA would not make sense for people who learn only from experimenting and experience. MBA lays out the domain and drills into each of the areas. It should help you identify your strengths and weakness and help you make better decisions when stakes are higher.
MBA's help you understand what is larger than yourself and your current role; MBA's cover a wide and swath of business aspects, from finance, HR, economics, and communications. If you have been in the business world there are some core classes which may not be of interest to you, but there are others that you will learn a great deal from. The whole goal is to ensure you can lead an organization at any level and understand the organization as a whole from numerous perspectives. Different MBA's focus on different specialties so ensure your specific desire matches well with the programme you choose.