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David Robinson © D. Robinson, 2009 Fall 2009 Module 1 Lecture 2: Course Introduction
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Our Goals for this Course 1. Introduction to the academic disciplines of business 2. A broad overview of professional business management 3. Increase confidence in in-class participation 4. Write concisely in standard business English
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Course Structure Five 3-week modules Each Module: 7 - 9 lectures; Multiple choice exam, in class Mod 5 exam is in-class: There is no “final” Mod 5 Exam is not cumulative Each week: Discussion section, must attend Papers in Mods 2 through 5, optional in Mod 1
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Module Order 1. Delighting the customer (Marketing) 2. How goods and services are produced 3. How businesses are structured and financed (Accounting & Finance) 4. How businesses are organized and how people work together (Organizational Behavior) 5. Strategy, international business, and entrepreneurship
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ugba-10 curriculum Accounting & Finance Production & Quality Global Business & Entre- preneurship Contributing in class Human Resources Marketing Writing concisely
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What you can expect in Section: The Rhythm of Each Module Sections are not a “recitation” of lecture Week 1: Review previous exam and paper; Intro to this module’s work Week 2: Main discussion of the paper topic for this module Week 3: Paper due; discussion on current business topic
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Enrollment & Changing Section
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Instructor Drop Sections did not meet in Week 1, In week 2, you must attend where you are registered (If wait-listed, attend the section you are holding for) If you are not in section when roll is called, you will be dropped from the course Note: Warning! Some class hours have multiple sections. Make sure you know which room you are in. Please check our web-site (“Contact”>Sections) before you head off to class
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Name & Bio Sheet Due At your first Section meeting, have a name card ready and a bio sheet Instructions on the website Condi Rice Name Reasons for taking this course What you should know about me
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Section Changes During the first 3 weeks, you can switch yourself through TeleBEARS … if there is space available
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