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UTSCMGHB02H3Julie Mc CarthySummer

Chapter 7 Groups and Teamwork

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Group: two or more ppl interacting interdependently to achieve a common goal. Can telecommute, not face to face or verbal. Interdependence means member
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UTSCMGHB02H3Julie Mc CarthySummer

MGHB02H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Nominal Group Technique, Brainstorming, Delphi Method

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Many problems solved by grps when ill-structured. decision quality higher quality b/c: grps more vigilant than indivs with more ppl scanning environme
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UTSCMGHB02H3Julie Mc CarthySummer

Chapter 16 Organization Change p.552-582

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The way changes are implemented and managed is crucial to customers and members. Environmental changes must accompany organizational changes in order f
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UTSCMGHB02H3Julie Mc CarthySummer

CHP. 13 CONFLICT & STRESS P.455-472

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UTSCMGHB02H3Julie Mc CarthySummer

Chapter 10 Communication

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Communication: process by which info is exchanged b/w sender and receiver. Encoding and decoding prone to more eror when msg inherently ambiguous or em
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UTSCMGHB02H3Julie Mc CarthySummer

Chapter 12 Power, Politics, and Ethics

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Mgtb29 chapter 12 power, politics, and ethics. Power: capacity to influence others who are in a state of dependence. Target of power is dependent on po
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UTSCMGHB02H3Julie Mc CarthySummer

Ch.8 Social Influence, Socialization, and Culture

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Mgtb29 chapter 8 social influence, socialization, and. People act differently in groups than independent operators. Information dependence: reliance on
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UTSCMGAD10H3Julie Mc DonaldFall

Ch. 8

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UTSCMGAD10H3Julie Mc DonaldFall

Acceptance Stage

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UTSCMGAD10H3Julie Mc DonaldFall

Planning Stage

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UTSCMGAC50H3Sathees RatnamFall

Final Crib Sheet

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[chp 1 and 2: introduction and liability for tax] Liability of individuals for income taxes in canada. You are liable for tax in canada only if you are
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UTSCMGAC70H3Bill Mc ConkeyWinter

Review Class

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Mgtc11 week 12 last class april 5, 2011. Not ask same kind of question again, possible major topics from first half. 1st half talked a lot of soa conce
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UTSCMGAC70H3Bill Mc ConkeyWinter

MGAC70H3 Study Guide - Voice Over Ip, Speech Recognition, Application Service Provider

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UTSCMGAC70H3Bill Mc ConkeyWinter

Ch. 7 Enterprise Infrastructure

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Service-oriented architecture (soa): software architecture perspective focus on development, use , and reuse of small self-contained blocks of code to
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UTSCMGAC70H3Bill Mc ConkeyWinter

Lec 11 ch.9 Emerging Trends

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Mgtc11 wk 11 lec notes march 29, 2011. Bell had a monopoly on phone services, has evolved into oligopoly. Oligopoly power rogers, bell, telus force-fee
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UTSCPSYA02H3John BassiliWinter

ch.10

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Psycholinguistics how children acquire language by interacting with adults. Profit from experience of others died long ago. Perception of speech: rhyth
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UTSCMGAC60H3Prof.Frank Giordano+ Vivian ChenWinter

Crib Sheet Final ch.15-19

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Puc based on capital contributed to corp. Amt returned to s/h excess of puc result in deemed dividend . Capital dividend account untaxed portion of hal
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UTSCMGAD20H3Julie Mc DonaldWinter

Lec 9 - Midterm takeup

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UTSCMGAD20H3Julie Mc DonaldWinter

Lec 10 - Fraud Auditing

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Explanation 1 mark: the pa associates himself with information issued by the enterprise when performing services in connection with that information; t
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UTSCMGAD20H3Julie Mc DonaldWinter

Lec 12 Last Class - review

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UTSCMGAD40H3Prof.Jan KlakurkaWinter

Crib Final double sided ch.11-14

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Add contingency buffers to protect key diagnostic targets. Provide cushion that allows managers to reforecast profits during year, ensuring key targets
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UTSCMGAD40H3Prof.Jan KlakurkaWinter

Lec 8 Notes

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Look at variances: mobil 25 career year, not broader perspective, corporate, lower departmental, strategic level, business dev director might have own
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UTSCMGAD40H3Prof.Jan KlakurkaWinter

Lec 3 Notes

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Country units held a lot of power, closer to customer units. Trading off between flat organization or one that has many levels. Accountability = what f
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UTSCMGAD40H3Prof.Jan KlakurkaWinter

Evaluating Strategic Profit Performance - ch.6

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Diagnostic function : tracking the progress of organizational achievements against preset performance goals and strategies. Two measures of profit perf
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UTSCMGAD40H3Prof.Jan KlakurkaWinter

MGAD40H3 Study Guide - Motivation, Workflow

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Goal formal aspiration that defines level of achievement. Specify ends and means which to achieve them. Objectives/targets: measurement stds and time f
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UTSCMGAD40H3Prof.Jan KlakurkaWinter

Using Diagnostic and Interactive Control Systems - ch.10

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10 using diagnostic and interactive control systems. Diagnostic control systems: levers to communicate critical performance variables, monitor implemen
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UTSCMGAD40H3Prof.Jan KlakurkaWinter

Managing Strategic Risk - ch.13

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Communicate effective boundaries and internal control systems. Remove ability to rationalize actions risky to the firm. Managing tensions of short-term
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UTSCMGAD40H3Prof.Jan KlakurkaWinter

Identifying Strategic Risk - ch.12

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Strategic risk: unexpected event or set of conditions that significantly 9reduces the ability of managers to implement their intended business strategy
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UTSCMGAD40H3Prof.Jan KlakurkaWinter

Levers of Control for Implementing Strategy - Ch. 14

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Levers of control: performance measurement and control system tools available to mngrs to work on achieving profit goals and strategies. Control of bus
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UTSCMGAD40H3Prof.Jan KlakurkaWinter

Wk 11 Lec Note - Final Class

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10-14: type out double sided crib sheet. Issue analysis: alternatives, recommendations: read exhibits, take 10-15 mins to read and analyze, use formula
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UTSCMGAD40H3Prof.Jan KlakurkaWinter

Diagnosing & Aligning Lec 9 Ch.10-11

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Diagnostic vs. interactive control systems: maintain our return on management.  sales rammed into part of last month.  structure looking to bring in
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