This technology entrepreneur’s career advice is to skip the MBA and go work at a startup

Joe Melena
The late Steve Jobs, left, helped found the ultimate startup: Apple.

A question that students and parents put to me most frequently is whether it is worthwhile to pursue an MBA as a ticket to success in the business world.

I tell them that a master of business administration from Harvard, Stanford or the University of California at Berkeley may be worth the high cost because of the brand, location and network value — but not those from most other business schools over the world. The time and money could be better spent in starting a company that solves real-world problems.

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