That’s up to you. All attendees need to read You Don’t Need An MBA and you’re likely to dig into other articles and books that relate to topics of your interest.
Alicia frequently drops book recommendations into her chats – it’s up to you whether you pursue that or not.
Will I need to write a thesis?
Nope. I mean, you can if you like. But… nope.
What happens during a learning sprint?
We’re all online for three hours, and most of that time is spent in interactive discussion – sharing progress and ideas, learning from peers, discussing points of view and (hopefully) having some challenging debates.
In each sprint, Alicia will quickly recap the content and focus for this part of the programme, and provide guidance and conversation prompts.
You will discuss the results of your last assignment, and get prepared for your next one.
Do I need to come to all of the sprint sessions?
Yes. Miss two and you’re out, unless there’s an exceptionally good reason. Commitment matters.
naMBA includes a variety of short, interesting assignments. Some of these will be things you publish, some will be things you’ll say (conversations to have with others) and some will be things you make.
There’s considerable scope to interpret each assignment with your own creativity and to inspire (and be inspired by!) others.