Management and Enterprise

Management, Enterprise, and Business
An organization, be it a business, a social enterprise, a school or a country, must be managed. In this course we will explore management theory and its practical applications. The course will focus on several highly relevant and timely management issues, giving students both a sound basis for understanding management and also experience with real-world management situations. The course will consist of two components. One component surveys the history and development of management theory, management functions, management roles and skills, and management organization, structures and behavior. The second component focuses on practical management techniques and skills including problem solving, teamwork, and communications. Professor Colander will be assisting with the class, giving occasional lectures, and connecting the class to broad liberal arts themes. 3 hrs. lect.
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INTD 0220

All Sections in Fall 2015

Fall 2015

INTD0220A-F15 Lecture (Biswas)