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MGMT 8103 Leadership (Fall: 3 )


Course Description

Explores the managerial process from the perspective of executives and managers at various levels and in diverse organizational settings. Draws on current behavior theory and research; examines the complex web of internal and external forces and contingencies acting on the manager in context. Uses a variety of teaching/learning methods, including the case method, situational exercises, and diagnostic instruments to illuminate managerial effectiveness in general as well as the student's particular style.


Instructor(s): Mary Ann Glynn

Prerequisites: MGMT 7709, MGMT 7712, or consent of instructor

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Last Updated: 20-Feb-14