Minute MBA is your opportunity to learn about the key concepts you'll be tackling while pursuing your online MBA degree by exploring the ABCs of business, helping you uncover your business passions, and sparking your interest in concentrations to pursue as part of your online Masters of Business Administration-all in 60 seconds.
Why Do We Pay Taxes?
Why do we pay taxes to our government? Where are all these tax dollars going, anyway? This video tries to illuminate some of these mysteries.
Why Women Make Better Business Leaders
Companies without women in leadership positions are missing out on serious opportunities. Online MBA's latest video explores what women bring to business.
What We Can Learn From Valve's Employee Handbook
Valve's employee handbook illustrates what makes Valve such an unorthodox company: no titles and an intense focus on hiring the "right" kind of people.
What Does the Secretary of the Treasury Do?
For many Americans, cabinet positions are still a mystery. What does the U.S. Secretary of the Treasury do? Watch Online MBA's latest video to learn more.
In Defense of the Wall Street Bonus
The economy has been struggling and most Americans are fed up with hearing about Wall Street's extravagant annual bonuses. They may actually a good thing.
Why Outsourcing is Bad for Business
Companies have been turning their vendors into competitors by outsourcing. Our video explores why the best firms are using insourcing to their advantage.
Why is Ikea a Non-Profit?
Why did Ikea choose to be a non-profit? How can a company with 135,000 employees in 44 countries justify being a non-profit? Watch this video to find out.
3 Reasons the Government Shouldn't Be Run Like a Business
Governments must provide for the needs of their citizens, but they do not function well being run as a business. This video explains why.
How to Fund a Startup
Many entrepreneurs know that innovation is a key factor behind a successful startup. Watch this video for some tips on how to fund a startup.
How to Negotiate Like North Korea
Few world leaders have touted North Korea's international mediation playbook, learn to negotiate successfully by using some of these tactics in business.
The True Cost of a Bad Boss
This video from OnlineMBA breaks down the enormous cost of a bad boss. Terrible bosses are costing U.S. companies an estimated $360 billion each year.
Top 3 HR Mistakes that Companies Make
Disengaged employees have measurable impact on the US economy at a loss of $370 billion annually. This video explores the Top 3 HR mistakes companies make.
Why Telecommuting is Good For Business
Recent studies have found that telecommuting (employees who work from home) are more productive and less stressed than this in an office. Watch this video.
How Successful Startups Hire
Staffing a startup is an art. Two words you're mostly like to hear from HR professionals and founders: culture and drive. Watch this video to learn more.
Money Laundering - A Hypothetical Guide
In Part 1 of this hypothetical DIY video presented by OnlineMBA's Minute MBA series, we "teach" you the fundamentals of money laundering. Check it out.
How Millionaires Go Broke
Online MBA's latest videos shows that multi-millionaires go broke for the same reasons the rest of us do: careless spending, unwise investing and expenses.
How Good Managers Listen
As a manager, being a poor listener is a huge deterrent to open communication. Online MBA's latest video offers some tips to becoming a better listener.
Is This the End of the Euro?
EU countries are forced to confront the consequences of exuberant borrowing and spending. Check out the video to learn more about the end of the Euro.
Iceland's Debt Crisis: Let the Banks Fail
With many countries sticking with the "Too big to fail" mentality, Iceland took a different approach. Online MBA explains Iceland's handling of its debt.
How to Tell if You're an Entrepreneur
Are you an Entrepreneur? Check out Online MBA's newest video to discover the four statistical truths of entrepreneurs to see if your ambition measures up!
The Future of Advertising
Worldwide advertising generates roughly $475 billion every year, and the average urbanite sees 5,000 ads every day. So where do advertisers go from here?
What's the Big Deal About the Fed?
Despite what some think, the Fed doesn't own the government. Our video below explains why by highlighting what's really up with the Federal Reserve.
The Economy of Cheating
At every level of U.S. business, school and government, cheating is a serious issue. How we define cheating? Who is it harming? When is it "worth it"?
A War Between China and Japan: What It Could Cost You
Tension between China and Japan may mean that the United Stays may have to choose between a long-time ally (Japan) and its largest economic lender (China).
The Economic Impact of LOTR
The economic impact of JRR Tolkien's masterpiece Lord of the Rings is difficult to fathom. Check out this video from OnlineMBA.com to see the breakdown.
How to Design like Apple
Check out Online MBA's latest video to see Apple's design philosophy boiled down into five principles that any designer can leverage in their own work.
When to Make a Lateral Career Change
A lateral career move will show your organization that you enjoying working with new people and learning new procedures. Watch this to find out more.
The Business of Guns
Gun manufacturing and sales is big business in the United States -- as it turns out, one of the biggest. Watch Online MBA's latest video to learn more.
The Business of Fast Fashion
Fast Fashion refers to clothing and accessories that are designed to reflect current trends, but made using cheaper materials to ensure a low price tag.
Bitcoins: The Currency of the Darknet
Bitcoins are an online currency with no ties to a government or central bank. Here's what you need to know about the not-so-legal side of Bitcoins.
The Art of Firing: The Valve Way
OnlineMBA's latest video examines one progressive new approach to HR: the gaming software startup Valve approaches hiring and firing as a peer-driven team.
Apple vs Samsung: The Campaign Against Google
Apple filed suit against Samsung, who they claim has twelve products infringing on seven of Apple's patents. Where does the campaign against Google fit in?
5 Surprising Traits of Successful Entrepreneurs
In this video, we talk about some of the surprising traits successful entrepreneurs share. Check it out and see if you share some of these!
3 Ways Apple Actually Innovates
How did Apple rise through the ranks to become the world's most profitable tech company? OnlineMBA explores the importance of good timing and planning.
3 Tips For Your Interview
Check out the latest video from OnlineMBA for three easy-to-remember tricks to both appear and actually be more relaxed during your next job interview.