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MGMT 210 EXTRA CREDIT OPPORTUNITIES

MGMT 210 EXTRA CREDIT OPPORTUNITIES - Dysfunctions of a...

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MGMT 210 EXTRA CREDIT OPPORTUNITIES 1. Attend one (or more) of the Entrepreneurship Speaker Series Lectures and write a 2 page typed paper identifying and discussing the various management topics the speaker discussed. NOTE: I am not looking for a summary of the talk, instead you should focus on the management topics covered. Be as thorough as possible. Earn up to 20 extra credit points. Dates for the lecture series this fall are: - September 29 – 12 – 1:00pm – Commons 331 – Speaker: Dr. Paul Behrens - October 27 – 12 – 1:00pm – University Center 331 – Speaker: Joseph Weaver - November 25 – 12 – 1:00pm – Commons 331 – Lunch and Learn Panel 2. Read one of the following books by Patrick Lencioni: Three Signs of a Miserable Job , The Five
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Unformatted text preview: Dysfunctions of a Team , The Five Temptations of a CEO, or The Four Obsessions of an Extraordinary Executive . These are written as fables and they contain very pertinent management information. Write a 3-4 page typed paper which provides a brief summary of the key messages in the book, your reaction, and how the information relates to what we have been learning/discussing in class. Earn up to 20 extra credit points. 3. Participate in one or more Global Entrepreneurship Week activities – November 15 – 19, 2010. Opportunities will be discussed in class. Participation in the Idea Competition is highly encouraged! NOTE: A maximum of 20 extra credit points can be earned during the semester through any combination of the above options....
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