Students learn roles and responsibilities of direct line managers. Practical training includes employee orientation and training, coaching, motivation, employee assignment, task supervision, performance assessment, compensation, reviews, conflict resolution and dealing with labor/ management issues.
This course is an overview of international business. Topics addressed include theories of international trade, foreign direct investment, evolution of the international monetary system, balance of payments, multinational business management, business in communist and post-communist economies, legal and political aspects of international business, socio-cultural dimensions, technology transfer, international human resource management, economic integration, ethical issues for multinational corporations and the future of international business.
This course covers traditional operations management activities, such as inventory control, scheduling, project management and forecasting. Those activities are discussed in the context of quality management, supply chain management and other approaches to operational management.