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KelsieHunter - From: Hunter, Kelsie L Sent: Fri 1/18/2008...

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From: Hunter, Kelsie L Sent: Fri 1/18/2008 11:32 AM To: Fregger, Bradley M Subject: Initial e-mail assignment Professor Brad Fregger Management 3303.254 Spring Semester 2008 January 18, 2008 Mr. Brad Fregger, Tuesday January 15, 2008 was the first class for Management 3303.254. This is my summary of what I believe to be the most important information presented. First, there are four types of people: unconsciously incompetent, consciously incompetent, consciously competent, and subconsciously competent. Many can skip from unconsciously incompetent directly to subconsciously competent. The subconsciously competent are those that do what they do but do not understand why or how it works. Those who understand what they are doing, why it works, and how to make it work are the consciously competent. The goal of Management 3303.254 is to teach the students of the class to become consciously competent managers. It is these managers who have attained “Mastery”. Management is about teamwork. One of the keys to team success is diversity. However, a
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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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