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MAN 3025 Intro. to Mgmt.

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    karenvancoumer, DAVIDHARVEST, Herst, DavidHerst, ROOT, willis, STAFF, TomaszLenartowicz, BarryS.Axe, BethA.Koufteros, BryanJ.Deptula, ElliotM.Ser, BARRYAXE, LinseyC.Willis, StephanieL.Castro

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    Feb 18, 2016
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    Not too easy. Not too difficult.

    Course Overview:

    Intro to management and organizational behavior was a course filled with a substantial amount of real-world information and applications. The professor was very intelligent about business functions and how modern day businesses, current events, and past historic examples have all contributed to the success/failure of corporate America and small businesses. While being extremely passionate about the subject, Professor Axe really much so encouraged students to attentively understand the situation and to see the real world implications.

    Course highlights:

    Valuable knowledge was gained throughout this course. The functions of management, organizational skills/behaviors of all business realms, ethical values versus legalities, real world business startups, successes, and errors. All of these to name a few. The most important skill learned while taking this class was the power of the stock market- what exactly to look for, risk management involved, as well as financial planning.

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    6-8 hours

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    I would recommend reading the respective chapters before going to class. This really helps the discussion part that goes on in class. It also fuels the understanding of certain concepts if read beforehand once, then that information is repeated and perhaps added to by the aid of the professor.

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