Funny Business

http://childeffect.space/2018/08 nichtwissenschaftliches personal uni leipzig Things can get repetitive in business…you hear the same terms, snazzy fads, and tired lingo over and over. In order to keep myself from going crazy while reading my finance, strategic orgs, and operations management texts, I decided to find the humor in them. They’re actually really good textbooks…but they’re textbooks nonetheless.

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Operations Management, Chapter 2

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– Essentials of Corporate Finance, Chapter 1

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– Essentials of Corporate Finance, Chapter 3
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Basically, I could go on and on…but you get the idea. I love being a business major.

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    The only funny thing in engineering (esp civiil engineering) are the engineers themselves, and then mostly because we’re nerds…