business and in the information technologies. Topics include strategies, techniques, and nuances for producing e-mails, memos, reports, proposals, project specifications, and user manuals, as well as other technical documents. Policies Faculty and students/learners will be held responsible for understanding...
In lieu of a final exam, students will be able to get additional experience in the business world through a semester-long finalproject of building a comprehensive profile of an actual business. The Business Profile project consists of a series of three (3) written researchassignments, including corporate...
participatory course utilizing interactive teamassignments, videos, discussions, projects, readings, oral presentations and guest speakers. Over the semester there will be multiple quizzes, a comprehensive final exam, as well as research and writing assignments. Students are responsible for reading course...
theory work in an organizational setting. Building on the learning outcomes from 75-100 and 71-100, the course further investigates the firm from the point of view of its people. Heavily oriented to learning and practicing leadership and team skills, the course gives special focus to the individual and...
Students must have completed general education requirements and all core courses (i.e., SOM 301, ACCT 301, DESC 301, MGMT 301, FNAN 301, and MKTG 301)
This class integrates the specific core concepts you learned up to this point in the GMU and School of Management Curriculum. You will...
Present basic characteristics of research methods in sociology
8. Apply sociological knowledge to everyday life experiences
9. Understand the relevance of exopolitics in opening new vistas for sociological analysis
Student Learning Outcome
student will become motivated to pursue lear ning in this area on
The HRM component of the course provides a way to integrate individual, team and organizational behavior
through the exploration of the HR function, the investigation of strategic role of HRM, the inquiry into the HRM
skills. The class emphasizes a “hands-on” approach based on class discussion and interaction, case studies on entrepreneurial ventures, finalproject, presentations, experiential exercises and executive speakers (entrepreneurs, investors and consultants). The topics covered in class will enable students...
SQUEAL PROJECT PLAN
THE SQUEAL TEAM:
SQUEAL LIBR/ARST 570: Management of Libraries and Archives
This Project Management Plan is the result of the time and energy spent by the members
of SQUEAL (Students Quietly Undertaking...
48260 Engineering Project Management
Course area Delivery Requisite(s) UTS: Engineering and Information Technology Autumn 2011;City ((( 48122 Engineering Practice Review 1 OR 48120 Review of Engineering Practice 1)) OR ((96 credit points of completed study in C10063 Bachelor of Engineering...
your current class modality.
Get Ready for Class
• Familiarize yourself with the textbook used in this course. • Review the Strategic Plan and Presentation Student Information.
All electronic materials are available on your student website.
Week1 Mission, Vision, and Values
management of intellectual property is a requisite for success with these arrangements.
An important element of the course is the finalproject, where students work in teams to study and analyze innovation activities in local high technology startup firms, in collaboration with the top managers or entrepreneurs...
that you can use to increase your own personal career success. The structure of the course encourages learning in multiple ways: through in-class discussions, exercises,
case analyses, and teamprojects. These approaches provide opportunities for students to enhance their analytic and interpersonal skills...
from the Lecturer‐in‐charge: Mark 1012… …
On behalf of the School of Marketing and all the members of the MARK1012 teaching
team I, lecturer‐in‐charge and coordinator of this course, welcome all of you to the
amazing world of marketing! If you are new to marketing, you will find this course a
integrating domain-specific needs? Why is this approach better than others? 12/20/12 12/20/12 2
Reading Participation In-Class discussion Team Supporting Activity
Evolution of Technology What challenges could businesses face with the constant evolution of technology?
Digital World ...
start of each class or by prearranged
Students will learn the concepts and terminology/vocabulary used by marketing managers and
demonstrate their mastery through writing assignments and the class marketing plan project.
Students will learn how to manage the marketing...
6. exercises in critical thinking, analyses, and synthesis
7. improvement of oral and written communication and presentation skills
10. Content Outline:
Macro versus micro perspectives of organization: A historical perspective on the organizational structure and...