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Global Climate Change & Effects for Business I Thursday, November 13, 2008 MGM 101 - Introduction to Management Functions Course/ Instructor Evaluation The Course/ Instructor evaluation process is a STUDENT ADMINISTERED PROCESS ¾ no Instructors/ TAs can be or will be in the room when you are filling in and collecting the forms. None of the Instructors (including me) will see the results of the Evaluation until AFTER the final marks for the course have been submitted to UTM. The results of the evaluation are taken SERIOUSLY in planning for the future of courses.
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Evaluation Process 1. 3 Volunteers will distribute forms 2. You will have about 8 minutes to fill in the form 3. Section coordinators will collect the forms 4. 3 Volunteers will collect the forms from the section volunteers 5. One of the volunteers is responsible for returning forms DIRECTLY to Mary Wellman (Mgt Dept. – Kaneff Room 215) 6. I will leave the classroom while you are completing the forms A Few Specifics… Questions about the “Instructor” are specifically about James Appleyard If you have specific feedback on our guest instructors, Professor Hugh Gunz and Jan Klakurka , or about Course Administrator Kathy Falk – please use the comments section at the end of the survey. Thank you for taking the time to provide your feedback!
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Recruiting in the Real World November 27, 2008 for a FAStrack Event : Registration Begins: Monday November 10, 2008 Dress Code: Business Casual Cancellation Policy: 48 Hours Notice!
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What is “global climate change”, and why do managers need to understand the problem? What are the causes of climate change? How is the issue currently being addressed? What are the implications for societies & economies? As we continue our discussion on Thursday, we’ll ask: What can we (individuals, governments, businesses) do to slow down climate change? What are the business opportunities & risks arising from climate change?
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