FORUM Spring 2012 Section 2 Outline(1)

FORUM Spring 2012 Section 2 Outline(1) - RUTGERS BUSINESS...

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RUTGERS BUSINESS SCHOOL New Brunswick Undergraduate Program Business Forum, Spring, 2011 Martin Markowitz, Ph.D. 33:011:300:02 Wenylla Reid, M.S. TH 12:15 – 1:10 p.m. 848-445-3600 Beck Hall Auditorium Required: 1. Wall Street Journal 2. Reader-Friendly Reports 12th Edition, 2009 Carter Daniel 3. RBS Handbook/Planner Objectives: 1. Have students learn and/or continue to develop the techniques required to effectively manage their future careers 2. Provide the student with the opportunity to hear about a variety of companies in different industries directly from leaders in those organizations. 3. Have students understand the importance of ethical behavior in business 4. Help students improve their communication skills Organization of the Course In order to earn a grade in this course, the student must attend class, complete assigned exercises and conduct themselves in a professional manner. Final grades will be determined based on attendance, punctuality, research/class assignments, writing assignments, business ethics assignments , participation in approved activities (for extra credit), overall class conduct and subscription to the Wall Street Journal. ATTENDANCE It is expected that you will attend all classes and complete all assignments. Given the nature of this class, it is extremely difficult to make up missed classes. Presentations made by a variety of guests and the opportunity to ask questions of them cannot be made up. Being present in class gives you the chance to see the types of people they are, how they respond to various situations, hear their business philosophies and visions, and how they do their jobs, address issues, and resolve problems. You will be assigned a seat. Attendance will be taken by observing which assigned seat is empty. If you are not sitting in your assigned seat, it will be assumed that you are absent. Corrections cannot be made retroactively. In addition, I expect you to be fully awake and attentive in class. The mere presence of your being in class does not alone indicate that you have learned anything. If you are observed sleeping (or even appear to be sleeping) in class, you will be deducted 10 points. (Get a good night’s sleep.) Do not ask for an “excused” absence - you already have three. PUNCTUALITY
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This note was uploaded on 02/09/2012 for the course ECON 101 taught by Professor Gottlieb during the Spring '08 term at Rutgers.

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