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bad302_exam1_studyguide_s04 - BAD 302 Exam 1 Study Guide...

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BAD 302, Exam 1 Study Guide Review Session to be held in McClelland Hall, Room 123, 5-6:30pm (additional time if needed) on Wednesday, Feb. 4th . Please come prepared having completed the review sheet. Disclaimer : This study guide is to facilitate studying for exam #1. It is not a stand-alone document. You are responsible for all material covered in the textbook chapters 1-3, class lectures, and class activities. Good luck and review your slides! Word to the Wise : Know and understand all definitions that are given as a side notes in the chapters 1-3. Examples of this would be moral minimum page 67 and simple structure page 35. Chapter 1: Intro to Management & Organizations What is an organization? What is a manager? Define and Order the Three Management Classifications What is management? What’s the difference between Efficiency and Effectiveness? What do managers do? Name and Define the Four Management functions List and Define Mintzberg’s three managerial roles List and Define Management skills
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