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UTSCMGTA36H3J HowardWinter

A+ Notes: Chapter 1 for Group Presentation

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UTSCMGAC01H3DagaWinter

A+ Notes: Ch 1-4

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Objective of financial reporting: provide info that is useful and relevant for decision- makers communicate the firm"s economic resources & the claims
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UTSCMGTA36H3J HowardWinter

A+ Notes: Summary of all Class Handouts (Required for Midterm)

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Our voice is intended to convey ideas, convictions, intentions, passions, affections. Major blocks: lack of confidence performance anxiety fear of maki
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UTSCMGTA36H3J HowardWinter

A+ Notes: Speaking Your Way to the Top Ch 6-7

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UTSCMGTA36H3J HowardWinter

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UTSCMGTA36H3J HowardWinter

A+ Notes: Speaking Your Way to the Top Ch 13-14

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UTSCMGTA36H3J HowardWinter

A+ Notes: Speaking Your Way to the Top Ch 11-12

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UTSCMGTA36H3J HowardWinter

A+ Notes: Speaking Your Way to the Top Ch 4

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4 informative presentation: keep the info fresh diff. Pov or facts on familiar topic: well-organized clear progression, repeat key words, attractive/in
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UTSCMGTA36H3J HowardWinter

A+ Notes: Speaking Your Way to the Top Ch 3

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UTSCMGTA36H3J HowardWinter

A+ Notes: Speaking Your Way to the Top Ch 1

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UTSCMGTA36H3J HowardWinter

A+ Notes: Speaking Your Way to the Top Ch 2

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UTSCMGTA35H3Hugh Mac DonaldFall

A+ Notes: Module 4-12

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1/3 time on 1st draft, 1/3 analyzing purpose, audience, info; 1/3 revising brainstorm, free write (10 min non-stop writing), cluster, talk to audience,
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UTSCMGTA35H3Hugh Mac DonaldFall

A+ Notes: Harvard Business Review articles (required for Midterm!)

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UTSCMGTA35H3Hugh Mac DonaldFall

A+ Notes: Module 1-3

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3 purpose: inform, request or persuade, build goodwill. What communication skills is integral to success? listen, read, interpersonal (networking), wri
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UTSCMGTA35H3Hugh Mac DonaldFall

MGTA35H3 Lecture Notes - Pathos

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Rhetoric art of persuasive comm"n; any form of comm"n which persuades & influences others. Churchill, jfk, martin luther king jr, gandhi mussolini, hit
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UTSCMGMA01H3AggrawalSummer

A+ Notes: Ch 1

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P&g tide: build meaningful customer connections can"t copy how consumers feel about brand. Marketing activities, set of institutions & processes for cr
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UTSCMGMA01H3AggrawalSummer

A+ Notes: Ch. 2

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UTSCMGMA01H3AggrawalSummer

A+ Notes: Midterm Summary

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What is marketing mkting- activities/practices to create p/s that have value for customer; an exchange to satisfy need (of cust. Mkt offering (any p/s,
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UTSCMGTA01H3Chris BovairdFall

A+ Notes: Final Exam Summary

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UTSCMGEA02H3Gordon ClevelandFall

A+ Notes: Midterm Summary

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UTSCPSYA01H3Steve JoordensFall

A+ Notes: Midterm Summary

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Psych the science of behav the mind was independent free spirit mind as part of brain whose func. is to control behav casual events causes another even
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UTSCPSYA01H3Steve JoordensFall

A+ Notes: Final Exam Summary

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3 forms of memory: (modal model of memory) sensory s-t l-t. Sensory memory representation of physical features of stimulus stored briefly can switch at
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UTSCPOLB50Y3CochraineWinter

A+ Notes: Canada vs USA

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UTSCPOLB50Y3CochraineWinter

A+ Notes: Munk Debates

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UTSCPOLB50Y3CochraineWinter

A+ Notes: Sovereignty

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UTSCPOLB50Y3CochraineWinter

A+ Notes: Multiculturalism

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UTSCPOLB50Y3CochraineWinter

A+ Notes: Health Care

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Modern reality, all issues discussed by both feds and prov. I agree with 1st argument that prov do have option to make own policies if they"re willing
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UTSCPOLB50Y3CochraineWinter

A+ Notes: Executive Power

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UTSCPOLB50Y3CochraineWinter

A+ Notes: Electoral Systems

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1993 election pc 16% of vote & 2 seats, bloc 14. 5% of vote & 54 seats in can, would be difficult to change sys b/c bloc has regional support. : distor
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UTSCPOLB50Y3CochraineWinter

A+ Notes: Legislative Power

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UTSCPOLB50Y3CochraineWinter

A+ Notes: Judicial Power

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UTSCMGTA01H3Chris BovairdFall

A+ Notes: MGTA03 Ch 3-5

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Smes = small/ medium sized enterprises outperform large firms (esp. in contribution to employment) most growth of # bus. in service and high-knowledge
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UTSCMGTA01H3Chris BovairdFall

A+ Notes: MGTA03 Ch 1-2

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