Targeted at business management students, Introduction to Management is a yearlong course that focuses on content in the Business Administration Core and Business Management Cluster Core at the career-sustaining and specialist levels. It expands student understanding of management, exposing them to several types of management, including customer relationship management, human resources management, knowledge management, information management, project management, supply chain management, quality management, risk management, and strategic management. Economics, operations, and professional development are also stressed throughout the course.
Introduction to Management features a variety of activities, ethical cases, assessments, and resource lists, including specific recommendations for LAP modules and commercial publications. Two 100-item semester exams are included, and three hands-on, standards-based projects are provided to appeal to a variety of learning styles. (NOTE: Prior knowledge of and experience with introductory business concepts and skills is strongly recommended as a prerequisite to Introduction to Management.)
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