bus211 | undergraduate
Foundations Of Business
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Legal and Ethical Issues and Business Roles
- Describe the roles and behaviors of entrepreneurs, managers, and employees.
- Examine a business plan using SWOT analysis.
- Recognize the effects of ethical decisions on business.
- Compare and contrast business ethics and the law.
Communication, Motivation and Culture
- Describe the components of persuasive communication.
- Identify theories of work motivation.
- Identify the characteristics of high-performing groups and teams.
- Examine organizational structure and the impact of organizational culture on a business.
Human Resource Management and Technology, Goods, and Services
- Explain how human resource management affects business.
- Describe standard hardware, software and IT applications used in business.
- Examine the effects and costs of operations and material management in business.
- Create a portfolio showcasing core business principles.
Introduction to Business: Profits, Components and Forms
- Compare and contrast profit and profitability.
- Describe the impact of supply and demand on a market economy.
- Describe the main components of business.
- Explain the different forms of business organization.
- Describe how business has evolved from feudalism, mercantilism, and capitalism.
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