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From: Bergman, Meghan A Sent: Sat 1/19/2008 11:02 AM To: Fregger, Bradley M Subject: MGT 3303.254, Meghan Bergman MGT 3303.254 McCoy 126, T 6:30- 9:15 Spring 2008 Professor Fregger Mr. Brad Fregger, The first class of Management 3303.254 Tuesday night was a very exciting and informative lecture. Some of the highpoints of the lecture included terminology, why businesses fail, and critical concepts of the class. A few key terms were unconsciously incompetent, consciously incompetent, consciously competent, and subconsciously competent. These four terms refer to matters in the management world, as well as everyday life. A person who is unconsciously incompetent thinks that they could perform a task with no prior knowledge on the subject. A consciously incompetent person knows they cannot do something; however, a consciously competent person is fully aware and knowledgeable on a particular subject. Those who are subconsciously competent are able to do certain things without knowing how or why they work
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This note was uploaded on 05/01/2008 for the course MGT 3303 taught by Professor Bell during the Spring '08 term at Texas State.

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