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UTSCMGMC02H3Bill Mc ConkeyFall

MGMC02H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Consumer Behaviour, Decision-Making, The Sequence

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UTSCMGMC02H3Bill Mc ConkeyFall

MGMC02H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Recordtv, Product Distribution, Aisle

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6 Nov 2018
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Marketing stimuli: information about offerings communicated either by the marketer via ads, Exposure: process by which the consumer comes in physical c
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UTSCMGMC02H3Bill Mc ConkeyFall

MGMC02H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Boogie 2Nite, Infor, Pleasure

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6 Nov 2018
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Motivation: an inner state of arousal that provides energy needed to achieve a goal. I. e. if you"re motivated to buy a good car, you"ll research onlin
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UTSCMGMC02H3Bill Mc ConkeyFall

MGMC02H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Communication Source, Terror Management Theory, Swiss Army Knife

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6 Nov 2018
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Attitude: a relatively global and enduring evaluation of an object, issue, person or action. Attitudes are important because they: guide our thoughts (
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UTSCMGMC02H3Bill Mc ConkeyFall

MGMC02H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Toothpaste, Snack, Potato Chip

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6 Nov 2018
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UTSCMGHB02H3Phani RadhakrishnanFall

[MGHB02H3] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (26 pages long!)

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29 Nov 2016
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Organizations: social inventions for accomplishing common goals through group effort. Organizations social inventions their essential characteristics i
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UTSCMGHB02H3Phani RadhakrishnanFall

MGHB02H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Human Relations Movement, Mary Parker Follett, Human Resource Management

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21 Oct 2016
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Organizations: social inventions for accomplishing common goals through group effort. Organizations social inventions their essential characteristics i
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UTSCMGHB02H3Phani RadhakrishnanFall

MGHB02H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Job Satisfaction, Job Performance, Conscientiousness

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21 Oct 2016
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Personality: the relatively stable set of psychological characteristics that influences the way an individual interacts with his or her environment: an
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UTSCMGAB02H3Douglas KongSummer

MGAB02H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Book Value, Premium Bond, Callable Bond

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9 Aug 2016
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Companies can raise long-term debt directly from a number of financial service organizations, including banks, insurance companies, and pension fund co
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UTSCMGAB02H3Douglas KongSummer

MGAB02H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Web Development, Capital Cost Allowance, Patent Infringement

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9 Aug 2016
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Mgab02 reporting and interpreting property, plant and equipment; natural resources and. Acquisition and maintenance of property, plant and equipment. L
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UTSCMGAB02H3Douglas KongSummer

MGAB02H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Common Stock, Share Capital, Retained Earnings

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9 Aug 2016
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For common share holders they have voting rights: they get the residual interest because they have ownership, entitled to declared dividends. Ownership
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UTSCMGAB02H3Douglas KongSummer

MGAB02H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Consignee, Dividend, Revenue Recognition

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9 Aug 2016
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What are the effects of the issues: provide a recommendation. Joe wants to maximize the company"s potential sale price to be able to gain the most from
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UTSCMGAB02H3Douglas KongSummer

MGAB02H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Stock Split, Dividend Policy, Retained Earnings

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9 Aug 2016
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Corporation is the only business form that the law recognizes as a separate entity: corporations as a separate entity enjoy. To protect everyone"s righ
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UTSCMGAB02H3Douglas KongSummer

MGAB02H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Common Rule, Capital Structure, Longrun

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9 Aug 2016
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The statement of cash flows explains how the cash balance at the beginning of the period changed to another cash balance at the end of the period: the
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UTSCMGTA35H3Daga SandraWinter

MGTA 35 Chapter 7 (online): MGTA35 – Speeches - Chapter 7

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20 May 2016
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Great speakers are able to use these delivery behaviours to enhance their speech without appearing over- the-top. Delivery should enhance but not detra
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UTSCMGTA35H3Daga SandraWinter

MGTA 35 Chapter 13 (online): MGTA35 – Presenting A Speech Confidently and Competently - Chapter 13

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20 May 2016
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Mgta35 presenting a speech confidently and competently. People prepare speeches for many different reasons, such as to inform, to persuade, to entertai
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UTSCMGTA35H3Daga SandraWinter

MGTA35H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter Online reading: Ion, Pathos

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20 May 2016
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We have become a very wordy world: words convince us to buy and sell, that we are loved, in danger, etc. Some people are called word makers because the
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UTSCMGTA35H3Daga SandraWinter

MGTA35H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16 (online): High Standard Manufacturing Company, Motivate (Company)

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20 May 2016
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Persuasion is the process of influencing, changing, or reinforcing listeners" ideas, attitudes, beliefs, or behaviours. In a persuasive speech, you act
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UTSCMGTA35H3Daga SandraWinter

MGTA35H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter Globe and Mail article: Body Language, Ion

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20 May 2016
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Introverts can learn techniques to converse more comfortably. Good communication skills are needed in the workplace. Common communication pitfalls and
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UTSCMGTA35H3Daga SandraWinter

MGTA 35 Chapter 4 (online): MGTA35 – Listening Critically - Chapter 4

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20 May 2016
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Hearing a sensory process in which sound waves are transmitted to the brain and someone becomes conscious of sound: physiological process. Listening a
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UTSCMGTA35H3Daga SandraWinter

MGTA 35 Chapter 11 (online): MGTA35 – Informing and Persuading - Chapter 11

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20 May 2016
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Most jobs require employees to speak publicly at some point in their careers. Speaking essentials are often connected with aristotle: aristotle is a gr
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UTSCMGTA35H3Daga SandraWinter

MGTA35H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2 (online): Higher-Order Thinking, Impression Formation, Stereotype

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20 May 2016
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California design, inc. is a small company that started in 1990 by clarence ross, and interior designer. During the housing boom of early 2000s, the co
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UTSCMGTA35H3Daga SandraWinter

MGTA 35 Chapter 7 excerpt: MGTA35 – Communication in Oral Presentations and Managing Meetings - Chapter 7 excerpt

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20 May 2016
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Mgta35 communication in oral presentations and managing meetings. The tactical elements to be applied in oral presentations are: planning and organizin
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UTSCMATA32H3Raymond GrinnellFall

MATA32 Lecture 1: Compound Interest (5.1)

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12 Sep 2015
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UTSCMGTA05H3H LaurenceFall

MGTA05 Lecture 1: Introduction to Management

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12 Sep 2015
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UTSCMGAB01H3Douglas KongFall

MGAB01H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Financial Analysis, Financial Statement, Ontario Securities Commission

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12 Sep 2015
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The accounting system: accounting system, financial accounting reports periodic financial statements and related disclosures. Has all to do with report
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UTSCMGEA02H3Jack ParkinsonFall

MGEA02H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Opportunity Cost, Natural Monopoly, Human Capital

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12 Sep 2015
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Office hours: tuesday & thursdays 1-2pm (or by appointment) Textbook: microeconomics 2nd canadian edition by: paul krugman. Grading scheme: midterm exa
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