This is a course in the application of consulting skills and problem solving. The intent of the course is to provide students with a set of tools that will help them solve unstructured business problems using the skills and knowledge learned in the program in a real world setting.
Student must be enrolled in the Business Administration program, and must have maintained a 65% average, and must have program head approval to enter the course.
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Upon successful completion, the learner will be able to:
Apply business knowledge to solve a management problem in an organization.
Create a project plan using project planning tools.
Manage a complex project using appropriate tools such as GANNT and work breakdown charts.
Design and use primary research instruments; select and summarize secondary research.
Analyze data using appropriate diagnostic tools to develop alternative solutions, and determine a recommendation for the given management problem.
Demonstrate effective communication skills through written and oral presentations.
Apply relationship management skills in working with external clients, supervisory faculty, internal stakeholders and others.
Effective as of Winter 2017
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