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Unformatted text preview: Introduction To SM299 Introduction To SM299 Professor Dixon Professor Dixon Todays Lecture Todays Lecture Introduction to SM299: Management as a System (Intensive) The Management System Values Goals Strategies Procedure Corporate Structure Legal Organizational SM299 What it is A Six Credit Course A Catch-Up Course A Gateway Course A Lot of Work What it is not A Weed-Out Course A Course to Be Taken Lightly A Course You Dont Have to Show Up For SM 299 Grades Historical Overall Average: B Last spring 82% of students received B or better; 25% received an A- or better. Target for this year is 30-35 percent in the A or A- range. Grades can be higher or lower Are YOU Willing and Able SM 299 Course Delivery Lecture Tuesday & Thursday 8AM Discussion section Tuesday & Thursday Cases, exercises, presentations Lab section Friday Writing assignments, computer competency, library, team building, ethics SM299 - Content General Management Accounting Finance Marketing Operations Management Information Technology Business Strategy Industry Analysis International Management Business Communication Writing Presentation Ethics Team Work SM 299: Learning Trajectories SM 299 SM 299 Organizational Organizational & Functional Functional Knowledge Knowledge Business Writing Business Writing Individual and Team Individual and Team Presentation Presentation Abilities Abilities Team Skills Team Skills Course Coordinator Prof. J. Robb Dixon Communication Professor Prof. Nancy Lee Nelson Head Teaching Assistant Carolyn Arida SM299 People and Support Organizations Section Professor Writing Associate TA B1 Steve Davidson Katherine Hatzis Christopher Rizzo B2 Robb Dixon Eric Maxson Flora Oh B3 Jim Freedman Eric Maxson Alexander Evans B4 Steve Davidson Paul Kursky Elizabeth Lynn B5 Mark Kean Lauren Terry Lena Smith B6 Ray Gabler Lauren Terry Alan Hoang SM299 People and Support Organizations Undergraduate Program Office Sally E. Ward Assistant Director IUT & CGS students, general advising seward@bu.edu 617 353-2650 Liz Katz Assistant Director External Transfer Affairs, general advising lkatz@bu.edu 617 353-2650 ERC (Education Resource Center) tutors and writing 4 th Floor of GSU www.bu.edu/erc/ Having a problem with Spring 2009 course selection? Need to meet with an advisor about an immediate issue? Come to the UPO during walk in advising hours this week or next. Spring 2009 Walk In Advising Hours Thursday January 15 9:30 11:30, 2:00 4:00 Friday January 16 9:30 11:30 Tuesday January 20 2:00 4:00 Long term course planning, questions about the Intra-University Transfer process, not sure what to take next for the minor, or you just want to meet with an advisor....
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