Each student comes to this course with his or her own unique set of experiences, knowledge base, and perspectives. It is therefore to be expected that you take different things away from this course and find different topics to be the most or least valuable.
This course has covered a range of management topics, including the functions of a manager, ethics, diversity, the global business environment, decision making and planning techniques, approaches to organizing and motivating employees, the complexity of leadership, group dynamics and human resource management, and the management of information systems and quality control.
Think about which of the many topics, theories, or concepts addressed in this course has or will mean the most to you in your current or future employment.
By Day 7
Submit a 350- to 700-word paper which addresses the following questions:
- How have your attitude or perspectives on management changed or been reinforced by this course?
- Which concept or piece of new information most surprised you? Why?
- What knowledge or insights gained from this course will be the most useful or important to you as you proceed with your career? Why?
Application Assignments must be in AWE style and format. Information on AWE is available from your instructor and at the Walden Writing Center.