Khan Academy, a provider of free, online-education services, is very valuable for MBA students wanting to enhance their perquisite or business-foundation skills, MBA students and alumni who want to supplement or refresh their MBA knowledge base, or MBA faculty wanting to supplement existing courses. A sampling of course categories offered to Khan Academy subscribers (students) include Algebra, Calculus, Probability and Statistics, Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, Finance and Capital Markets, and Entrepreneurship. All lessons are self-paced and generally take ten minutes or less to complete. In the following sections, I explain why I think Khan Academy is a great resource for MBA students, alumni and faculty members.
You are starting your MBA program, so why should you assess or measure your financial wellbeing? Furthermore, why should you monitor your financial wellbeing during your MBA program?
I am sure there are many reasons why you should assess your financial wellbeing prior to starting your MBA program. However, I think the most important reason is so you can identify what impact the financial implications of starting an MBA program will have on your life and the lives of others. In addition, measuring and monitoring the impact allows you to manage proactively and mitigate the impact as well as demonstrate the effectiveness of your actions. Finally, I think it is a good habit to establish.
Read more to learn: how to assess financial wellbeing; who should assess their financial wellbeing; how to use assessment results; how often to assess and more.