bus511 | Graduate
Managing The Business Environment
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- Evaluate the major differences between the four generations of employees.
- Estimate personnel supply and demand.
- Construct an employee evaluation form.
- Explain the importance of the four functions of management.
- Evaluate the key stakeholders of an organization.
Ethics in the Business Environment
- Design corporate social responsibility (CSR) strategies in todayâs business environment.
- Recommend consumer rights that should be universal to all businesses.
- Construct a list of ethical considerations for business decision makers.
Legislation and Regulation in the Business Environment
- Construct an outline for a basic vendor contract.
- Design a security and privacy plan for a business.
Business Strategy Development
- Create mission, vision, and value statements.
- Design a SWOT analysis to evaluate the internal and external environment.
- Assess the importance of the operational (functional) components of an organization.
- Evaluate the importance of different types of organizational structure.
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