Mgt 521 Syllabus

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Syllabus School of Business MGT/521 Version 5 Management Course Description This course applies the tools available to University of Phoenix graduate students and the competencies of successful managers to understand the functions of business. Students develop an increased awareness of their own perceptions and values in order to manage and communicate with others more effectively. Other topics include MBA program goals, argument construction, decision making, collaboration, and academic research. Policies Faculty and students/learners will be held responsible for understanding and adhering to all policies contained within the following two documents: University policies: You must be logged into the student website to…show more content…
Your traits and values will even influence the decisions you make as a business manager. Take the Personality and Values Self-Assessment located on the student website. To access the personality self-assessment select the Assessment tab, then scroll to the What About Me section, and then to Personality Insights. Select What’s My Jungian 16-Type Personality? To access your values self-assessment select the Assessment tab, then scroll to the What About Me section, and then to Values and Attitudes. Select What Do I Value? Complete both self-assessments. Write a short summary explaining the details of your results. How can these results assist you in the workplace or selecting future careers? Audio: “Corporate Social Responsibility” Corporate ethics and social responsibility work together. Corporations must show concern for the welfare of both their owners and society. Corporations must commit to maintaining integrity, fairness, and respect. However, even well-intentioned activities of businesses can end up not doing any good at all. Listen to this audio clip located in this week’s Electronic Reserve Readings to see how. Describe the challenges one business faced in the audio clip. Explain in what ways the good intentions of this business turned out to be not so good. Learning Team Learning Team Weekly Reflection Discuss last week’s objectives with your team. Include both the topics you feel comfortable with, topics you struggled

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