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Students study current management practices. This is a foundational course that prepares students for more in-depth study of topics such as human resource management, managing change, performance management and corporate social responsibility in 3rd and 4th year courses. Students also develop and practice effective public speaking and business presentation skills. The course instructors use the study of contemporary business issues to reinforce course concepts.

  • Recognize their own level of oral and non-verbal communication skills and identify the communication strengths and weaknesses in others.
  • Describe current managerial roles and functions within the Canadian business environment using library resources.
  • Write and deliver a persuasive, organized, well-supported work-related speech using audio visual aids.
  • Recognize and define decision-making and business planning models for business issues discussed in class.
  • Give examples of diversity and ethics issues that occur when doing business.
  • Work collaboratively within a group of peers to complete assignment tasks, hold successful meetings, and practice teamwork skills.