Not too easy. Not too difficult.
This class broaden my knowledge on thinking more out side the box when it comes to strategic thinking while holding a management position.
Upon completing this course I am now be able to: 1. Examine the concepts associated with accounting, finance, and economics, and their role within an organization. 2. Evaluate options for moving to a global organization and the business laws and regulations that pertain to global operations. 3. Assess concepts and strategies for effective marketing and operations management within an organization. 4. Evaluate the role leadership and ethics play in the overall success of an organization. 5. Analyze how effective information management systems can assist an organization with quantitative analysis of key performance indicators. 6. Assess the impact of effective human resources management on an organization’s culture and overall organizational behavior.
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In this course, students have the opportunity to gain foundation knowledge in 15 different areas important to business and management including accounting, finance, law, ethics, marketing, global business, information systems, research, leadership, strategic management, operations management, human resources, organizational behavior, and micro and macroeconomics.