AEM 2200 Syllabus - AEM2200 Business Management and...

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AEM2200 Business Management and Organizations Syllabus, Fall 2011 Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management CORNELL UNIVERSITY AEM 2200 Fall 2011 BUSINESS MANAGEMENT AND ORGANIZATIONS Professor Pedro David Pérez 338 Warren Hall 607-255-4697 pdp5@cornell.edu Course Support Specialist Ms. Nancy Bell 132 Warren Hall 607- 237-6129 nmc52@cornell.edu Professor Pérez’s Office Hours TR noon – 3:00 pm (subject to modification) NOTE: course business can also be conducted before and after class. Course Web Page - Available on Blackboard. Students must make sure that they are registered and, if not, register themselves into the AEM2200 Blackboard website. Students who fail to comply will be dropped from the course at the end of add/drop period. Teaching Assistants Ken Babcock (head TA) - kjb93@cornell.edu Taylor Flynn - tvf3@cornell.edu Courtney Hayward - cmh262@cornell.edu Sam Koss – sbk68@cornell.edu Alison Park – aep57@cornell.edu William Pereira - wrp24@cornell.edu Scott Shapiro – sas443@cornell.edu James Solomon - jms657@cornell.edu Jennifer Werbitsky - jrw323@cornell.edu Rachel Woloszynski - rlw244@cornell.edu TA Office Hours - TBA. All office hours are held in 335 Warren Hall. Class Meeting Times – M 12:20 – 2:15 pm; WF 12:20 pm – 1:10 pm – 131 Warren Hall. Required Textbooks Kelly, Marce and Jim McGowen, BUSN, South-West Cengage, 2010-2011 Ed. Williams, Chuck, MGMT3, South-West Cengage, 2010. Business Case Study Methodology , Fall 2011 (McGraw-Hill). This is a customized case book available only through the Campus Store. In The Plex , Steven Levy, Simon and Schuster, 2011. Additional materials will be distributed in class periodically or posted on Blackboard. August 23 rd , 2011 1
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AEM2200 Business Management and Organizations Syllabus, Fall 2011 Description of the Course This course provides an overview of management and business, including entrepreneurship, marketing, finance, strategy, human resources, teamwork, leadership and ethics concerns. The course offers students the opportunity for hands-on application of general business management concepts through oral and written analysis of cases, and through a comprehensive analysis of a publicly traded firm. In addition, there will be a significant number of lectures introducing students to the Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management and to the opportunities it affords. AEM2200 Fall 2011 is restricted to, and required of, incoming Dyson School freshmen. Course Objectives After completing the course, students will have reviewed the basic activities and processes of professional business management through exposure to relevant concepts in operations and human resources management, marketing, finance, economics, and strategic management and planning, and used them in both case studies and a substantive analysis of a publicly traded firm. In particular, students will have Prepared case analyses and presented them both orally and in written form; Analyzed facts and figures to produce quantitative and qualitative evidence;
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