Michael Scott and Toby- The Office
Manager doesnt respect one of his employees
Line level employee- doesnt supervise anyone, bottom of the food chain
Shift supervisor/One level up-First Line Supervisor
Russian Foreign policy
Article: Boffins and Buffoons: Different
Thought in Russias Strategic Thinking
By Yury E. Fedorov
hard traditionalist school: after the collapse of
the USSR, the range of the Soviet conservatis
After the USSR collapse the smallest state in
Population: 5 million (some compare it with
Mountains, poorly developed railroads/roads;
Limited natural / human resources;
Russia, China, USA in CA (2)
USA and CA
1. For USA CAR is an opportunity to penetrate into
Asia (possibly to influence nuclear Iran, India,
2. This could allow to influence Eurasian
3. This could block (up to the extend) the
Russia and Uzbekistan
UZ: Political context
The executive holds a great deal of power,
and the legislature has lesser power to shape
laws. Under terms of a December 27, 1995
referendum, Islam Karimov's first term was
Turkmenistan - Russia
Some political experts of Russia: Is there a
need of Russia in Kyrgyzstan?;
1991-1993 some legislative basis created, but
foreign policy of Kyrgyzstan was marked by
chaotic features, instead of
MGMT 310A Gabriel 1
MGMT 310A Exam 1 Study Guide1
Chapter 1 Introduction to OB
What is the definition of organizational behavior (OB)?
How is OB distinct from other areas of business-related research (e.g., HR, strategy)?
What topics and concepts has O
CA after the USSR collapse
Collapse of the USSR
- Nationalistic tendencies;
- Authoritarianism; collectivism; lack of liberties;
- Supply problem;
- Extensive type of economy;
- Lowering the prices on oil in t
Turkmenistan and Russia
- Turkmenistan: Foreign Policy doctrine is a
- 3 direction of FP: geo-economic (gas reserves);
geo-political and humanitarian;
- 1992 establishment of diplomatic relations with
- Several visits on
MGMT 310A Exam 2 Study Guide
Exam date 10/8/2012
Review guest speaker highlightswho was he? What did he do? What companies did he own?
What did he talk about?
Owned- Anne Kline, DKNY, Dana Karan Name: Tomio Taki, Title of book: Zenovation
Walmart: Cost Le
Exam 4 Study Guide
*Make sure to know ALL in class activities and terms! Good luck on Exam 4!
Organizational Culture: refers to a system of shared meaning held by members that
distinguishes the organization from other organizations. S
Chapter 11: Communication What it is? Why is it important?
o Communication: the transfer and understanding of meaning
Functions of Communication:
o Control: authority hierarchies and formal guidelines to follow
o Motivation: clarify employees what they m
Do you agree or disagree with the following statement?
Students are more influenced by their teachers than by their friends.
It is a common echo for almost everyone that the most unforgettable experiences one could have
been through are the school times.
Television advertising towards young children (2-5) should not be allowed.
Debate was carried on from time to time in terms of the positive and negative influence
television has on children. Nowadays, as the media and advertising techniques develop, even
Technology has made children less creative than they were in the past.
For centuries, technology serves as the driving factor for the development of human society. We
benefit from technology development in almost every aspect of our daily life, transporta
For architecture innovation:
New entrants will be the winners
In this industry- components are the same but the connection changes.
innovation components connections old firms tend to be winners.
This industry needs incremental innovation
FAMILY PLANNING DELIVERS
Securing contraceptives for
share of young
people will more than
offset the ageing of
D E Bloom, Harvard School
of Public Health1
Course Number: 80511503
Course Name (CH):
Course Name (EN): Marketing Management
Teaching Language: CH CH+EN (EN 50%)
Courseware Language: CH
Teaching Method: lecture
Russian Foreign Policy
towards Central Asia
Russian Foreign Policy towards
During the whole post-Soviet period this policy
- 1990s: mutual ignoring;
- 2000s: development of cooperation in military,
institutional, energy sphere
Tajikistan: Civil war
1991: A start of the civil war.
A conflict of the supporters of the
government and various clan-groups of
Peak of the conflict: 1992-1993. The
country was divided into 2 parts
Management Exam 1 Study Guide
The exam will cover:
Chapters 1, 5, 6, and 7 from the Gulati/Mayo/Nohria book (more on these chapters below)
Additional materials discussed during lecturee.g., the interest/power grid for stakeholder
assessment (discussed on