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This course is a “capstone” seminar in general management and can be only taken upon successful completion of the five preceding courses

Course Description

This course is a “capstone” seminar in general management and can be only taken upon successful completion of the five preceding courses.  The knowledge, theories, skills, and techniques derived from all previous courses will be integrated.  Analysis and diagnosis of business problems will be applied in order to formulate strategies, tactics, plans, and policies for the improvement of organizational performance.  Accomplished through practice in rational and responsible decision-making processes, the course will develop a well-defined approach to solving the technical, economic, and human problems of management.



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Learning Outcomes

  1. Providing recapitulations and summaries;
  2. Making observations that integrate concepts and discussions;
  3. Citing relevant personal examples;
  4. Asking key questions that lead to revealing discussions;
  5. Engaging in devil's advocacy;
  6. Disagreeing with the instructor when the difference of opinion serves as both counterpoint and a way of exploring all sides of a concept, issue, or practice;
  7. Presenting one of his/her thought items to the class; 
  8. Working with others to come to a common understanding of topics --  in and out of the classroom;
  9. Offering a different and unique, but relevant insight into the issue;
  10. Moving the discussion forward with a concrete example to generate a deeper, richer appreciation of the conceptual issue; and
  11. Transcending the “I feel” syndrome, meaning your comment is embedded in  some conceptual or experiential framework.

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