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TOPIC = Wrapping up the Course


  • Explain the ethical problems that business face and propose ways to improve ethical performance.
  • Discuss global issues with regard to CSR.
  • Identify and discuss social and ethical concerns arising from rapid technological changes.
  • Discuss the interdependence of corporations and society.


  • All the required computer technology for remote, synchronous classes



  • PearDeck temperature check


  • Q&A  session for the Research Report
  • If you handed in a complete 20-page SOFT version of the Research Report, you'll have received feedback by this class.
  • Now is your time to ask your questions and get answers!
  • Remember, I believe that if one student is asking then probably five other students have the same question. So, don't be shy!


  • Time to rest your eyes, move around, re-fill your water bottle, etc.


  • Together, we will go through the questioning prompts to draft your Reflection paper that is your take-home Final Exam for this course.

Course Learning Outcome #1 
Integrate prior learning to evaluate issues related to ethics, corporate social responsibility, corporate governance, sustainability, globalization, and Indigenization as related to the role of business in society.What were your favourite activities and assessments in this course? Why? How could we make them even better? What aspects of the course did you find most helpful helping you achieve your goals? What else would you like to see added to this course to meet this course-level learning outcome? What 4th Hour Activities did you complete, and did you find them useful for this outcome? Any other thoughts, comments, or reflections?

Course Learning Outcome #2
Assess the interdependent of corporations and society, and the changing expectations and power of stakeholders.In addition to watching and critiquing the Hollywood movie Erin Brockovich and the group Pecha Kucha, what other ways do you think we addressed this learning outcome this semester? What would you like to see added to this course to develop your stakeholder engagement skills even further? What 4th Hour Activities did you complete, and did you find them useful for this outcome? Any other thoughts, comments, or reflections?

Course Learning Outcome #3
Formulate a topic of inquiry related to a societal problem and synthesize relevant research materials through a business perspective.What worked for you in this class with regards to this learning outcome?What further supports do you think students need to develop their skills in project managing their homework?Any other thoughts, comments, or reflections?

Course Learning Outcome #4
Evaluate, synthesize, and interpret research findings as well supported quantitative and qualitative analysis and recommendations.Some students report finding it challenging, and often stressful, to read, evaluate, synthesize, and evaluate information from documents. Why do you think that is? What do you think could be done to support these students?What else should I know about how this learning outcome was taught and assessed against?Any other thoughts, comments, or reflections?

Course Learning Outcome #5
Clearly and effectively communicate research, analysis, and findings.Communication in the form of writing has been a challenge for some students in this course? Why do you think that is? What do you advise be done to better support these students?What else should I know about how this learning outcome was taught and assessed against?Any other thoughts, comments, or reflections?

CAPSTONE Course Learning Outcome #1
Identify a topic of inquiry or practiceWhat is your process for generating ideas for your assignments?How do your career plans shape the way you plan out and complete coursework?How do you identify which generated idea to pursue or use for your assignments?

CAPSTONE Course Learning Outcome #2
Gather and organize relevant research materials. What tools and resources did you use to gather and organize research materials? Who makes up your network of mentors and coaches when completing homework? How do these relationships and communications work or don't work for you?

CAPSTONE Course Learning Outcome #3
Evaluate, synthesize, and apply research findings. What do you wish was added to this course (or degree) to make this process easier? As the School changes from a content-focused teaching approach to an outcomes-focused teaching approach, where do you think you could have been better coached to develop evaluation, synthesizing, and application research skills in the degree? 

CAPSTONE Course Learning Outcome #4
Share findings or results in a means appropriate to a field of study What did you hope would happen when sharing the results from your Research Project? How has the sharing of course assignments changed for you over your time studying for your BBA? What better could we do to facilitate your engagement with the university-wide Student Research Symposium held every year in April? What is your interest level in sharing your research in other forums, such as co-publishing with your instructor or co-presenting at a conference?

BBA Degree Program Learning Outcome #1
Plan and assess ethical, professional, and productive leadership and participation, in teams and individually, in practice-based and / or work integrated learning (WIL) activities. In which classes did you work with a real client and what was that learning experience like? Could be from the faculty's own network, Riipen, or CityStudio. Regarding groupwork, what went well and what didn't go well for you across the entire degree?Any other thoughts, comments, or reflections related to this degree-level outcome?
BBA Degree Program Learning Outcome #2
Formulate solutions for business problems utilizing analytical thinking, research methodologies, financial analysis and reflective approaches to develop viable and sustainable alternatives and support ethical and effective decisions. During which learning experiences in this degree did you learn and practice formulating problem solving skills? In which courses were opportunities missing to problem solve, analysis, reflective, or make decisions? What is advice on how to resolve this gap? Any other thoughts, comments, or reflections related to this degree-level outcome?
BBA Degree Program Learning Outcome #3
Construct innovative techniques and implement relevant technology to enhance decision-making, collaboration, and communication. Where the most innovative or memorial teaching techniques your instructors used? Where were the most successful ways you learned course content to retain in your long-term memory? Any other thoughts, comments, or reflections related to this degree-level outcome? 

BBA Degree Program Learning Outcome #4
Integrate intercultural knowledge of global, Indigenous, and other cultural factors into decisions affecting businesses. How did your knowledge and expertise in Indigenous ways of being and knowing grow in this degree? During which learning experiences in this degree did you develop and apply decision making skills? Any other thoughts, comments, or reflections related to this degree-level outcome? 

BBA Degree Program Learning Outcome #5
Create effective business documents and design effective oral business presentations using a variety of appropriate technologies. Thinking back, what courses didn't meet this outcome? What are your recommendations to bridge this gap? Any other thoughts, comments, or reflections related to this degree-level outcome? 

In Summary
What should we keep doing in our classes? What should we stop doing in our classes? What should we start doing in our classes?


  • Sticky notes to say good bye.
    Using the whiteboard, post any last thoughts as we wrap up both the course and the degree.



  • Next week, the class is OPTIONAL
  • If you plan to miss class, it is on your own time to WATCHMoneyball (2011). Columbia Pictures [2 hrs 13 minutes]. Available free from the CapU Library
  • Based on the true story that effectively how the entire business world changed in the early 2000s from opinion-based thinking to a data-informed decision-making process


  • Complete any missing assessments for the semester

 
   
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