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UTSCMGTA01H3Chris BovairdFall

MGTA01H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Team Building, Career Development, Job Analysis

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Human relations: people in the firm, what are the human relations functions, job analysis. Once we know what the jobs are, we can look for the staff to
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UTSCMGTA36H3J HowardFall

Speaking Your Way To The Top - Chapter 15

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29 Dec 2010
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UTSCMGTA36H3J HowardFall

Speaking Your Way To The Top - Chapter 14

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Chapter 14: getting your audience involved: the audience prefer not to sit and be lectured to and they want to be involved, what a presenter can do to
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UTSCMGTA36H3J HowardFall

Speaking Your Way to The Top - Chapter 12 & 13

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29 Dec 2010
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Chapter 12: platform dynamics: posture and movement. Your objective is to be comfortable and controlled while you are presenting. Stand up and spread y
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UTSCMGTA36H3J HowardFall

Speaking Your Way to The Top - Chapter 11

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29 Dec 2010
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UTSCMGTA36H3J HowardFall

Speaking Your Way To The Top - Chapter 10

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29 Dec 2010
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Chapter 10: the five styles of delivery: different speaking situations call for different styles of delivery, there are 5 styles. S also known as off-t
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UTSCMGTA36H3J HowardFall

Speakikng Your Way To The Top - Chapter 8

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29 Dec 2010
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Leave it up long enough for your audience to look it over before you begin talking about it. S stand so that the visual aid is to your left and point w
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UTSCMGTA36H3J HowardFall

Speaking Your Way To The Top - Chapter 7

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UTSCMGTA36H3J HowardFall

Speaking Your Way To The Top - Chapter 6

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UTSCMGTA36H3J HowardFall

Speaking Your Way To The Top

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Chapter 5: persuasive presentations: speech planning worksheet. There are four options/styles to organizing your presentation. S proposition is stated
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UTSCMGTA36H3J HowardFall

Speaking Your Way To The Top - Chapter 4

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29 Dec 2010
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Chapter 4: developing the informative presentation: four essentials to preparing the effective informative speech: S you will only be interesting to yo
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UTSCMGTA36H3J HowardFall

Speaking Your Way To The Top - Chapter 3

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Chapter 3: organizing your presentation: the 12 steps of organization. S make sure it is appropriate for the audience (follow pal) S best to say a lot
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UTSCMGTA36H3J HowardFall

Speaking Your Way To The Top - Chapter 2

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Chapter 2: getting to know your pal (purpose, audience, logistics: purpose: telling and selling  three types of purposes. Your business presentation w
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UTSCMGTA36H3J HowardFall

Speak Your Way To The Top - Chapter 1

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29 Dec 2010
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Chapter 1: understanding the eight types of business presentations: 10 tips for team leaders. Arrive early to set up the room, get out materials, and w
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UTSCMGMA01H3Alison Jing XuFall

Chapter 10 - Week 8

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UTSCMGMA01H3Alison Jing XuFall

Chapter 9 - Week 6

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UTSCMGTA01H3Ingrid L.StefanovicFall

Chapter 7 Textbook Notes

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UTSCMGTA01H3Ingrid L.StefanovicFall

MGTA01H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Telephone Directory, Vertical Integration, Walmart

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UTSCMGTA01H3Ingrid L.StefanovicFall

Chapter 5 Textbook Notes

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In fact, trade between nations can be traced back as far as 2000 bce when north african tribes took dates and clothing to assyria and. Babylonia in the
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UTSCMGAB01H3Liang ChenFall

Chapter 3 Notes

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UTSCMGAB01H3Liang ChenFall

Chapter 2 Notes

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10 Nov 2010
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Chapter 2: financial statements  framework, presentation, and usage. The conceptual framework of accounting 8,. 4070398890241390770,90/4-
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UTSCMGAB01H3Liang ChenFall

Chapter 1 Textbook Notes

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Chapter 1: purpose and use of financial statements. Accounting: is the information system that identifies and records the economic events of an organiz
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UTSCMGHD27H3Joanna HeathcoteSummer

Textbook Notes - Chapter 16

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UTSCMGHD27H3Joanna HeathcoteSummer

Textbook Notes - Chapter 16

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UTSCMGHD27H3Joanna HeathcoteSummer

Textbook Notes - Chapter 15

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Chapter 15  environment, strategy, and technology (pg. The merger between suncor and petro-canada was a result of soaring gasoline prices. Appropriate
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UTSCMGHD27H3Joanna HeathcoteSummer

Textbook Notes - Chapter 14

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UTSCMGHD27H3Joanna HeathcoteSummer

Textbook Notes - Chapter 13

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UTSCMGHD27H3Joanna HeathcoteSummer

MGHD27H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Taco Bell, Ingratiation, Corporate Social Responsibility

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10 Nov 2010
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Chapter 12  power, politics, and ethics (pg. Enron filed for bankruptcy in december 2001 due to unethical corporate behaviour of using shady accountin
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UTSCMGHD27H3Joanna HeathcoteSummer

Textbook Notes - Chapter 11

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The economic downturn in 2008  2009 is a result of decisions supported by president. Clinton and bush about making purchasing more affordable and maki
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UTSCMGHD27H3Joanna HeathcoteSummer

Textbook Notes - Chapter 10

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10 Nov 2010
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The university of guelph believes in the importance that good electronic and face-to-face communication depends on the size and culture of a university
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UTSCMGHD27H3Joanna HeathcoteSummer

Textbook Notes - Chapter 9

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Reports in magazines suggest that effective powerful leaders have a rare combination of vision, skills, expertise, and toughness as well as having the
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UTSCMGHD27H3Joanna HeathcoteSummer

Textbook Notes - Chapter 8

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10 Nov 2010
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Chapter 8  social influence, socialization, and culture (pg. Google has a culture that includes collaboration, a flat structure with very little hiera
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UTSCMGHD27H3Joanna HeathcoteSummer

Textbook Notes - Chapter 7

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UTSCMGHD27H3Joanna HeathcoteSummer

Textbook Notes - Chapter 6

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Westjet motivates their employees by employing: a profit-sharing plan, an employee stock ownership plan, jobs that are designed to provide employees wi
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UTSCMGHD27H3Joanna HeathcoteSummer

Textbook Notes - Chapter 5

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UTSCMGHD27H3Joanna HeathcoteSummer

Textbook Notes - Chapter 4

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UTSCMGHD27H3Joanna HeathcoteSummer

Textbook Notes - Chapter 3

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,3,/,!489843041,3,/,8945 025407883. 09,8,diverse workforce and encourages the recruitment of 4 designated groups: women, members
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UTSCMGHD27H3Joanna HeathcoteSummer

Textbook Notes - Chapter 2

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UTSCMGHD27H3Joanna HeathcoteSummer

Textbook Notes - Chapter 1

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UTSCMGHD27H3Joanna HeathcoteSummer

Textbook notes - Appendix

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