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Unformatted text preview: Click to edit Master subtitle style BUS 111-F Introduction to Management and Business Organization We have wonderfully bright and talented students. They have almost unlimited potential.they deserve nothing less than an excellent education, an academic experience that challenges them to excel from their first day to their last. Faculty members have a responsibility to the world to coax the very best from their students because they will certainly become the next generation of leaders. Where they go from here, what they accomplish, how they impact the world, depends in large part on how much we are able to push and nurture their development. Joe Hoyle (essay, 2005) Topics of Discussion Week 1 { 7 A 2 B D C 9 A -D 1 D 3 -F D 4 2 -B 4 C 4 -2 A E 7 2 3 1 0 2 4 1 } { F A 8 5 D 7 5 -B 1 0 D -4 4 D -8 3 D 0 -8 1 A 6 C F 5 3 6 B 5 } { 0 D 9 C 7 1 D 4 -6 0 2 0 -7 8 4 F -8 E 3 1 -6 2 3 7 A E B 3 B E B A } Introductions & Expectations { 1 9 F A E 3 8 E -A B 4 2 -1 2 4 6 -8 D 2 8 -A E 5 F A 9 B 5 D 9 3 } Instructor { 3 A C D 8 F 6 2 -B 1 9 E -F 9 4 F -A 4 1 5 -1 A 8 D 4 A 1 E 8 1 4 E } Students { A F 5 E 6 8 -8 5 3 A -5 4 4 -B 7 6 E -D 0 D 9 F 2 9 6 8 0 5 } Course { 3 A 5 7 0 E 9 -F C 6 4 -0 7 4 7 -8 6 C 2 -A D 9 A C F 1 3 2 1 5 } Academic Success Strategies el of a Successful Business Instructor Introduction Roger Crosbie HBBA, WLU (79) Procter & Gamble Corporate Banking and Capital Markets, BMO MBA, York University (93) Phd Program at York Small business owner E-mail: rcrosbie@wlu ca Office Hours: Th. 5:30-6:30 pm, Rm P1002 Student Introductions introduce yourself to the person next to you find out where he/she is from, what program she/he is in and why he/she is taking this course Sowhy are you here? Anyone interested in getting better at these skills? { 9 B 1 2 3 A 0 -E 0 A -5 9 4 5 -A 5 E F -3 6 8 2 D 2 F 6 3 8 2 A } ing fundamentals for lifelong learning { B 6 9 4 6 3 A 0 -7 8 1 C -9 3 4 F -9 7 B-2 F 8 3 8 4 7 E 0 A F 1 } Managing change { A E 5 F D 4 E 9 -3 A 7-F 5 4 0 -B D 3 6 -6 3 7 C D 4 E F C 4 5 D } Making better decisions { C E 8 9 E 4 7 -B E 0 8 -9 A 4 5 -8 9 1 5 -5 3 A 5 F 4 E 7 6 4 5 E } Managing risk king well on a team { 8 B 3 6 D 1 0 9 -7 1 0 2 -A C 4 E -B 2 9 5 -B E 6 D B A C E C A } Predicting the future { 2 7 D 7 1 D 8 7 -A 4 0 C -9 E 4 7 -A F 6 0 -9 1 A A 1 F 9 D B 1 E } Current business environment is very dynamic!!...
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