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Course Overview

Theory follows practice. The application of classical management thought; the conundrum of power, authority, and responsibility; the principles of motivation; the option of Japanese management thought; the influence of personality type; and the ingredients of leadership training–all are interwoven into a masterful tapestry that contributes to the development of each participant’s emerging management philosophy. Leadership styles are measured and demonstrated in weekly events.

Credits: 3
Distribution: Graduate

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Admissions Requirements

Hearing Undergraduate