MGT 517_Spring 2014 Syllabus(3)

MGT 517_Spring 2014 Syllabus(3)

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Unformatted text preview: need
course
 adaptations
or
accommodations
because
of
a
disability,
please
register
with
the
 Office
of
Learning
Resources
and
Services
(located
in
the
Academic
Enrichment
 Center
in
Howe
Hall,
room
204)
at
the
beginning
of
each
semester,
or
as
soon
as
 possible,
so
that
arrangements
can
be
made.

The
Office
of
Learning
Resources
and
 Services
will
provide
you
with
an
accommodation
form
that
you
will
be
responsible
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submitting
to
your
instructor.

Please
call
the
office
of
Learning
Resources
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 Services
at
540‐665‐4928
for
information
and/or
to
make
an
appointment
to
 discuss
your
needs.
 
 Course
Requirements
 
 This
course
will
be
conducted
as
a
seminar
in
which
learners
will
be
required
to
 maintain
a
productive
line
of
analysis
and
discussion.
Learners
are
expected
to
 complete
all
assigned
readings
prior
to
each
class
session.
In
addition,
each
learner
 is
expected
to:
 
 • Attend
all
class
meetings;
 • Make
active,
responsible
and
informed
contributions
to
class
discussions;
 • Prepare
for
and
make
analytical
presentations
on
assigned
reading
and
 participate
in
class
discussions
of
those
readings;
 • Present
and
discuss
written
assignments
as
appropriate;
 • Produce
highquality,
academic
work.
 
 Text
 
 
 3
 Sashkin,
M.,
&
Sashkin,
M.
(2003).
Leadership
that
matters:
The
critical
factors
for

 
 making
a
difference
in
people’s
lives
and
organizations’
success.

 
 San
Francisco,
CA:
Berrett‐Koehler
Publishers,
Inc.
 
 Scharmer,
O.,
&
Kaufer,
K.
(2013).
Leading
from
the
emerg...
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