Managing implies the need to get things done through people. And it is through people that competitive advantages are created and sustained. This course examines the concepts and techniques of manpower planning, attracting talent, job evaluation, incentive and performance standards, and the impact of labor organizations on management at local and global levels. It creates a problem-solving environment to integrate knowledge in various functional areas of business, and to provide direct management experience. This will be a highly interactive course with role plays, case analysis and presentations. You will take away the most from this course if you allow yourself to contribute and share your own expertise during class discussions, as well as actively participating in role-plays.
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Join this course as part of a degree program or to earn an International Executive Certificate. Speak with an admissions officer to learn more.
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