MGT350+0506-0603-2009 - Critical Thinking Strategies in...

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Critical Thinking Strategies in Decision Making Course Prefix and Number: MGT 350 Credits: 3 Course Title: Critical Thinking Strategies in Decision Making Course Schedule: 05/06/2009 through 06/03/2009 Course Location/Times/New sgroup: Classroom: TBA Puerto Rico Campus Mondays from 6:00 PM to 10:00 PM Required Course Materials Students are required to read all materials available a the Course Materials site for this course on Links to course materials and electronic resources for each week of class are located on the page of the student Website. Content is divided by weeks. Management: Leading and Collaborating in Competitive World, 7/e ( Bateman & Snell) Thinking, 4/e (Kirby & Goodpaster) Smart Things to Know about Decision Making, 2/e (Langdon) Critical Thinking: Tools for Taking Charge of Your Learning and Your Life, 2/e (Paul and Elder) Instructor’s Name: Antonio R. Dávila-Gaona, MBA Telephone: Primary- (787) 447-8635 Secondary (787) 474-8702 University of Phoenix E-mail Address: [email protected] (Primary) Alternative E-mail Address: [email protected] (Alternate) Availability: The instructor is available by appointment on a call basis. First number to call will be the cellular telephone number; 787-447-8635 and then the office number 787-474-8702. The call must be directed to assist the student in understanding course objectives, suggestions and/or any other matter related with the course. If the instructor does not answer the call, please leave a message and your call will be returned as soon he is available. For emergencies, when you are not able to page 2 mkt467r3 2
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Critical Thinking Strategies in Decision Making gain access to messages on the Online Learning System (OLS), please send a message to my personal email address. Welcome! My goal in this course is to share my knowledge and experience so students can have a clear understanding of Critical Thinking and Decision Making Processes and its concepts. As a facilitator, it is very important for me that students read the topics assigned for the week in order to achieve class interaction between students and facilitator. Should you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact me at any time. Instructor Bio Prof. Davila has been working in the data/communication field since 1982. From 1984 to 1990 he worked with ITT Business Communication as a System Engineer Supervisor. From 1990 to 1997 performed as the owner/General Manager of a computer business servicing approximately 2000 data/communication peripherals equipment in the field including installation, programming and maintenance of computer network installations and mainframe peripherals. From 1998 to the present he has been working with the Puerto Rico National Guard Counterdrug Program full time assigned to a federal program, High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area for Puerto Rico and Virgin Island (PR/USVI HIDTA) as the PR/USVI Communication Manager for this program. Within his
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