Lecture 1 Welcome to MGT 2281 A - Welcome to MGT 1281 A/B...

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Welcome to MGT 1281 A/B Intro to Business Management Jason LeCoure
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Class Rules Mute / Silence / Turn off pagers, phones, black berries etc. Limit off-topic talking Feel free to call “BS!” at any time This is your class – ask questions, contribute, get involved, engage in discussion & debate, let me know what works, what stinks, and what should change. Don’t let things fester – talk to your TA or come see me!
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Course Overview We have three main objectives Provide an overview of the core functional areas in business management Develop critical thinking and Critical thinking skills Work towards developing an understanding of the history and context of business thought
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Today’s Objectives… Overview of course design – lectures / labs Overview of course outline, tests & projects Introduction to critical thinking and Critical thinking Get you used to boring black & white PowerPoint slides.
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Contact Info My Office: SB 123 during office hours Course Email: [email protected] Office Hours: Tuesdays – 11am – 1pm & 2pm – 4pm Wednesdays – 3pm – 5pm For next week only also Monday 2pm-4pm
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Required Texts Business Essentials – 4 th Canadian Edition Asking the Right Questions – A Guide to Critical Thinking Both have been used before Both should be readily available used
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Course Design Wednesdays – Lecture
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