Course Description

BUS 631 Management & Ethics

Effective management involves building teams, setting strategic direction for the enterprise, and establishing the ethical boundaries for the organization.  To do this, managers must have a broad understanding of how organizations function, know what drives the people who operate within them, and believe in an ethical framework that will help to guide small and large decisions.  This course provides an introduction to these topics through a series of cases, readings, and discussions that draw from the experiences of students in the class.  Topics include incentives and motivation, organizational design, social and business networks, change and learning, and ethical decision making.

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