Students participate in six in-class discussion forums in which they work in teams to think critically and analyze a workplace situation, develop a solution and present (orally) that solution to the rest of the class, with supporting concepts. In these discussions, must work together to achieve resolution, explain and relate managerial theories, organizational structure and relationships, ethical decisions, and overall management functions of planning, organizing, leading and controlling.
- Social Responsibility
- SWOT Analysis
- Teams in the Workplace
- Motivation, Rewards and Leadership
- Day in the Life of a Manager
- Application of Concepts to Real Workplace Scenarios
Students research a specific topic area related to managerial theories and using critical analysis, present findings as applied to a given situation in the workplace. The presentation is in a written professional document inclusive of appropriate citations. These assignments require critical thinking, application of managerial theories, and knowledge of business models, strategic planning, and leadership as well as the ability to analyze business data.
- Strategic Management Process and SWOT Analysis
- Leadership Styles and Motivation
- Control Process
- Key Managerial Concepts
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