GETTING TO YES
Getting to Yes: Chapter 3
Interests (why?) vs. positions (how?)
Refer to window/fresh air example in the book
Powerful interest are basic human needs
Sense of belonging
Economic well being
Control over ones life
Marketing is a process by which companies create value for
customers and build strong customer relationships to capture
value from customers in return.
What is Marketing?
Discovering & Satisfying customer needs
In socially responsible manner
Lesson 3: Chapters 8,9 & 10
Chapter 8 Leisure lifestyles:
systematic pursuit of an amateur, hobbyist or volunteer activity that participants find so
interesting, that they typically launch themselves on a leisure career centred on acquiri
Saturday April 8th @ 10am
Midterm- Business Law, Distinction between physical and moral person, legal personality and
legal capacity, corporate veil, meaning and importance of soloman case, corporate bail article
317 abusive use of the corporate veil, how
The First day you get fired does not count but the LAST day is included. But there is an
exception, if the author of the exam is feeling malicious, that day number 45 lands on
Saturday, Sunday or a salutatory holiday.
The law says if the last day falls o
JOHN MOLSON SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
MANA 298 Section A
Classroom: MB 2.270
Class Time: Wednesday. 5:45-8:15
The benevolence society of immigrants from the island of Santorini. Invite all immigrants from
the island to come in for a coffee and talk about Canada. Looking for a counsellor who speaks
Greek and comes from the island.
A guy from Laval applied to the j
Absolute Nullity: a gesture of provision which is criminal in nature and contrary public order,
thus would invalidate contract. Does not have to be pleaded, dont have to ask the judge.
Relative Nullity: you must ask the judge to have the contract annulled
There is one contract which must be written in a hypotery loan.
1. Lesion. Under 18, does have a legal personality but does not have a legal capacity.
3. FRAUD. Misrepresenting the nature of the contract. Highly connected to error.
MANA 201 SECTION BB
Noel Jamieson, Kimberly Gallagher, Nicholas McConnery, Klaudia Konieczny and
Petro, G. (2016, 01 29). How Does Costco's Greatest Asset
Mid-Term-> Chapters 1,3,4
Chapter 1- Intro to Law
Chapter 3- Quebec Legal System
Chapter 4- Personal Rights
First Class Test- > can happen week 6, 7 or 8
We must not discriminate; we must not deny any right simply based on the c
Sustainable Management (MAN374)
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Regarding your analysis of outputs, we do agree with the idea that
managers should implement strategies that pursue the attainment of
internal objectives as well as protection of resources. The idea that
attempts to limit their impact will inevitably lead
Starting in 1928, Schwartzs has been serving what many consider to
be the worlds greatest smoked meat. It all started in Montreal over 85 years
ago when Reuben Schwartz opened the delicatessen on boulevard St,
Laurent. Despite using chemicals to enrich th
Need help? To whom do you turn and why?
Career advice-seeking among university students
Xuan Xie, Karine Bitton, Gillian Leithman & Tasha Wallace
Should I go to university? If so, what major should I choose?
Will I be able to find work that my studies pre
Assignment 5Qualitative research (in-class assignment, weeks 9 & 12)
In your groups of 3 or 4, conduct an interview on the topic: Parental
influence on occupational choice. Please interview a volunteer from your own
MANA 420 team who is willing to provide
MANA 420Winter 2017Assignment 4
Use your extended Survey X data file (that is, the data file to which you added
extra participants for Assignment 2) to develop three hypotheses as described
below. Perform statistical analyses to test your hypotheses using
Sieverding, M. (2009). Be Cool: Emotional costs of hiding feelings in a job interview, International
Journal of Selection and Assessment, 17, 4, 391401.
There are many situations in daily life in which it is culturally unacceptable to express emotions ope
Her occupation is Accounts receivable for a roofing company, like a shingles company. They manufacture
parts for roofs and then they send it to Reno Depot for example. So they make the shingles that's what
The War for Talent
It is said that Google gave one of their
engineers $3.5 million to prevent him
from being stolen by Facebook
Chinese companies recruit the top
employees from Chinese subsidiaries of
Canadian recruiters pr
MANA 420 Management Research for Decision Making
Reminders about the final project report
The research paper is the capstone of this course. You will bring together every part of the research project
developing a research question, collecting survey data
Objectives for today
qualitative data analysis
Discuss ways to identify and use
Review the rationale behind contingency
tables, chi square analysis
Start with expected themes
themes / patterns
Reminder: Reporting results
means, test-statistics, and p-values
are the variables in your hypothesis
the hypothesized relationship significant,
non-significant, or marginally significant?
THE RESEARCH PROCESS
Identify management or organizational problem
Build a proposed explanation with support from relevant
literature; Develop hypotheses
Choose a research design
Experiment or field study/survey
Cross-sectional or longitudinal
John Molson School of Business Department of Management
Training and Development - Mana 444
Section BB - Winter 2017
Wednesday 17:45 20:15
Class location: H.619
Instructor: Melanie Briand, M. Sc.
Email: [email protected] (bes
Getting the Truth into Workplace
by Palmer Morrel-Samuels
FROM THE FEBRUARY 2002 ISSUE
heres no doubt that companies can benet from workplace surveys and questionnaires. A
GTE survey in the mid-1990s, for example, revealed