Where the Money Goes

Where the Money Goes - Tina Phung USC ID 7092433425 March 8 2009 MW 8-9:50 A.M BUAD 302 Where the Money Goes In this assignment our objective was

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Tina Phung USC ID: 7092433425 March 8, 2009 MW 8-9:50 A.M. BUAD 302: Where the Money Goes In this assignment, our objective was to decide as a group on how to divide a $50,000 university fund among a number of qualified charities and community development groups. The challenge was that each group member was assigned a “role” to play and could not reveal it until the end. The roles could be categorized as task-related roles, maintenance, procedural, and self-centered. Since we had individual roles to portray, active listening and understanding was a key concept in collaborating as a team. Our group strategy was to first find a common goal that we want to achieve through our funds allocation. We decided that the money would be best spent on community projects in Los Angeles. We first eliminated programs that we found to be unnecessary (when compared to others) and controversial to the university’s neutral reputation. We eliminated the technology program, Planned Parenthood, Empower, and aid for deaf individuals. After
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This note was uploaded on 04/12/2009 for the course BUAD 302 taught by Professor Snyder during the Spring '07 term at USC.

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Where the Money Goes - Tina Phung USC ID 7092433425 March 8 2009 MW 8-9:50 A.M BUAD 302 Where the Money Goes In this assignment our objective was

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