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BUS 301 - Designing and Structuring the Organization for Strategic Decision-Making

Course Description: 

Successful managers are able to align business strategies with the organization's culture and core competencies. In this course, students will develop the managerial skills needed to succeed in today's increasingly competitive global economy. The course explores how individuals are motivated to learn, decide, and coordinate in individual versus group settings. Students will apply these concepts to resolve a wide array of problems in real world organizational settings, such as creating an innovative culture, developing an effective performance management system, and managing a diverse workforce. Particular emphasis will be given to development of leadership skills and entrepreneurism.

Credit: 

(3-0-3)

Attributes: 

(C)(E)

Prerequisite: 

[(BUS 100 with min. grade of D and ECON 151 with min. grade of D) OR (ECON 211 with min. grade of D)]

Corequisite: 

None