Powers began by mentioning a proposed design model for the course after he viewed the professor’s syllabus, which was in the format of a learning portfolio. The first session consisted of discussion and observation between the two in order to create a more effective tutorial model. The second priority was to implement a calendar into the syllabus thus making it easier for students to maintain submission dates and to see how and where certain general course objectives would be met. The second to last task was creating an easy to navigate website used for material transferring purposes. The final step was focused on finding the best way to assess the professor’s students on their fulfillment of course objectives.
FISHER COLLEGE OF BUSINESS DEPARTMENT OF MARKETING AND LOGISTICS COURSE SYLLABUS Term: Autumn 2013, Session 1 Course TITLE: BUS M&L 3380, Logistics Management TIME: Monday, Wednesday and Friday – 12:40 PM to 1:35 PM – Section A Monday, Wednesday and Friday – 1:50 PM to 2:45 PM – Section B PLACE: Schoenbaum Hall, 105 Catalog Prerequisites: Econ 2001.01 (200) or equivalent. Not open to students Description: with credit for M&L 780. Concepts and methods used to plan and manage logistics activities in a business environment. Understanding the components of logistics management and tradeoffs required to manage the integrated flow of goods through the supply chain. Management of logistics activities and costs including customer service, Inventory, transportation, lot quantity costs, warehousing, and information systems.
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An Examination of Boeing's Supply Chain Management Practices within the Context of the Global Aerospace Industry by Daglar Cizmeci B.S. in Economics Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania Submitted to the Engineering Systems Division in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Master of Engineering in Logistics at the OF TECHNOLOGY Massachusetts Institute of Technology June 2005 © 2005 Daglar Cizmeci All rights reserved LIBRARIES The author hereby grants to MIT permission to reproduce and to distribute publicly paper and electronic copies of this thesis document in whole or in part. Signature of Author ................ . ........ ........... . .............. ;7 -5/1212005 Engineering Systems Division /- Certified by................................................................ .......... ................. Dt[ KirkS Bozdogan Principal Research Associate Center for Technology, Policy and Industrial Development / ~ is Supervisor .. Yossi Sheffi Accepted by....................................................................... .. by ..... l .....
Organizational Culture: Insights and Issues Background The term paper assigned is an integral component regarding the internal evaluation for the course Organizational Behavior and Leadership. It is included in the curriculum with an aim of providing a learning opportunity to the students. The term paper prepared here tries to highlight the importance of organizational culture and values upon employees and other stakeholders. It briefly talks about the influence of a culture through out an organization. The questions that are sequentially focused in this paper are as: 1.
Each student is given an individual theory and asked to explain the theory in detail and input his or her personal thought regarding the theory and how it applies to the case study of Alex and Stephanie. The theories discussed are the situation and path-goal leadership and expectancy and reinforcement motivation theories. While these are four of the many theories, these are the four which the writers felt applied to the case study. Keywords: leadership theory, motivation theory Leadership Scenario Leadership and motivation are integral parts of management. The successful observations of management to assess or modify his or her style of motivating and leading is the key to reaching the mission and vision statement of the organization.
3. Create a document that is formatted and ready (or close to be) for publication. 4. Research and write a paper that provides the salient points of the subject, reflects your critical thinking, and synthesizes relevant information on computer technology. Process and Content: Students MUST write about an existing topic in Management of computer technology or Information
To read, study, and evaluate selected developmental research studies, professional writings, and professional practice. To prepare for competency testing in educator preparation programs. Graduate Student Learning Goals Graduate institutional learning goals reflect the mission of the university through a focus on specific areas of student learning. Individual departments, programs and services will provide opportunities and support, where appropriate, for students to attain the skills and dispositions identified by the university as essential to education. Master Knowledge and Skills Students will: Demonstrate advanced knowledge, skills and values appropriate to their chosen discipline.Demonstrate the ability to work as individual researchers/scholars and in collaboration with others.
• • • • :.,.-~. ' r' In summarising answers to the question, it can be useful to ask students to explain in two or three sentences their overall assessment of the organisation's position. This is a good test as to whether or not the points above have been addressed properly. Case Example Dyson General learning objectives for this case might include the following: i) Applying the notion of strategic capabilities to a distinctive manufacturing company with global sales as well as design and manufacturing in a number of countries in order to discern the reasons for its success. ii) Considering which strategic capabilities are distinctive and sustainable.
Students will learn to understand their skills and career interests. Course objective is to enable student to: * Develop their self-awareness, especially with respect to: * Strengths and areas for development * Career motivations * Develop skills to make them more employable * Prepare students to choose a major or program plan at one of the Consortium Universities. * Develop an independent spirit, learn to sort out problems on their own (suggest arranging a part of course around problem-solving skills and how to solve your real life problems in the US. For example, if you’re sick, what do you do? ) * Develop an active and supportive network * Assemble a University Portfolio for their March academic advising meeting that includes: * Family Education and Career Tree * Career Interest Profiler * Skills and Experience Worksheet * Resume Course Methodology Though classes, group discussions, active learning, and one-to-one conversations with instructors, students will acquire the knowledge, resources, and self-awareness necessary to make short-range plans and to assess