Week 1 9-30-14 Students' Lecture Outline

Week 1 9-30-14 Students' Lecture Outline - BA 385 Business...

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“Regulation of derivative transactions that are privately negotiated by professionals is unnecessary.” BA 385: Business Environment Darryl Mleynek Adjunct Faculty, SBA [email protected] Week 1 Students’ Lecture Outline _______________________________________ Introduction The Baldrige Criteria A Case Study: The Great Recession / The Lesser Depression _______________________________________ 1. Introductory Matters a. Why is “business-as-usual” ending? b. The Baldrige Criteria: Placing the Business Environment Course into a Context 1 Assignment for Week 1 Due (1) Course Syllabus. ( Read. Bring to Class .) 9/30/14 Sent as email attachment. (2) Week 1 Students’ Lecture Outline. ( Bring to Class .) 9/30/14 Sent as email attachment. a. Introduction 9/30/14 No assigned reading . b. The Baldrige Criteria 9/30/14 No assigned reading . c. A Case Study: The Great Recession/The Lesser Depression 9/30/14 No assigned reading .
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“Regulation of derivative transactions that are privately negotiated by professionals is unnecessary.” BA 385: Business Environment Darryl Mleynek Adjunct Faculty, SBA [email protected] 2
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BA 385: Business Environment c. Understanding the relationships in the business environment: 3
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BA 385: Business Environment 2. A Case Study: The 2007 – 2014(?) Great Recession / Lesser
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