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Retail_Speaker_Series_Syllabus - AEM 447 Retail Speaker...

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AEM 447 Retail Speaker Series Syllabus Spring  2008 AEM 447 Retail Speaker Series Course Information Professor Administrative Support Debra J. Perosio Gail Keenan 151 Warren Hall 104 Warren Hall 255 1588 255 1602 [email protected] Teaching Assistants  Course Web Page Michelle Thonesen    [email protected] http://www.blackboard.cornell.edu Brian Ostrowsky    [email protected] Matt Faust     [email protected] Courtney Huff     [email protected] Course Meeting Times/Location Wednesdays 3:35 – 4:25 pm Bradfield 100 Course Description The course will feature seminars by faculty and guest lecturers engaged in the study and  practice of retailing. This class provides a unique opportunity for successful industry leaders to  share their experiences with Cornell students. Speakers share their views about successful  management styles, possible career paths, critical industry-related issues and qualities  conducive to successful business leadership. Students have an unprecedented opportunity to  learn and question how retail leaders view the current and future status of retailing, the largest  sector in the US economy.  Learning Goals AEM has adopted learning goals that we hope each student achieves while getting a degree  from our program.  Each individual course will not cover all learning goals; however, through  your program of study you should be able to improve your knowledge and skills across all  learning goals. Page | 1 
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AEM 447 Retail Speaker Series Syllabus Spring  2008 AEM Learning Goals This course contributes to the following  AEM learning goals: Develop effective communication skills Attain analytical and functional competency  in basic business and economic skills Demonstrate working knowledge of ethics  and ability to apply to real world  settings 
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