• SLO 4.4 : Articulate one’s unique value proposition to a given audience.
Goal 5: Quantitative Analysis and Modeling Systematically apply tools of quantitative analysis and modeling to make recommendations and business decisions. • SLO 5.1 : Use appropriate technology to solve a given business problem. • SLO 5.2 : Analyze business problems using appropriate mathematical theories and techniques. • SLO 5.3 : Explain the role of technologies in business decision making analysis, or modeling. • SLO 5.4 : Structure logic and frame quantitative analysis to solve business problems. Goal 6: Team Membership & Inclusiveness Collaborate productively with others, functioning effectively as both members and leaders of teams. • SLO 6.1 : Facilitate team meetings and collaborate effectively in both face-to-face and virtual interactions. • SLO 6.2 : Identify and employ best team practices. • SLO 6.3 : Assess and offer feedback on one’s own effectiveness as well as one’s team members’ effectiveness with respect to productivity and relationship-building in both oral and written formats. • SLO 6.4 : Articulate and analyze the value of inclusivity in a variety of business settings. Goal 7: Cultural awareness and global effectiveness Become conversant with major economic, social, political, and technological trends and conditions that influence the development of the global economy and demonstrate competence in the cultural, interpersonal and analytical dimensions of international business. • SLO 7.1 : Identify the risks and opportunities associated with determining and implementing optimal global business strategies. • SLO 7.2 : Integrate international, regional, and local non-market forces into strategic decisions of multinational corporations. • SLO 7.3 : Analyze obstacles resulting from cultural differences and recommend leadership approaches that leverage diversity to enhance business performance. • SLO 7.4 : Identify the personal and contrasting attitudes, values, and beliefs that shape business relationships.
Course Name: L310 Room Number XX On the first day of every semester: Know the emergency exits and evacuation areas for every classroom. Devise "buddy systems" so that everyone is accounted for in an evacuation. Evaluate the challenges that you might face during an evacuation. Be personally prepared for an emergency: Emergency Communication Campus emergency communication is done via a voice message, text and/or an email through IU Notify. Go to One to review your contact information. See more information about IU Notify at: Faculty – designate IU Notify monitor for each class. Self/Student Fire When you see smoke or fire, immediately evacuate the building.
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