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Managerial Leadership

Over the past decade, dramatic changes within corporate environments have created a need for new “ways” of doing business and managing employees.

The purpose of this course is to help practicing managers and management students develop leadership skills necessary to succeed in a changing and competitive global economy. Topics include: Contemporary Business Literature focused on leadership’s work; Leading an Agile Workforce; Themes presented by leaders in the field – Drucker, Senge, Argyris, Tannenbaum and others. Students conduct surveys; analyze the strength/weaknesses/opportunities; threats of contemporary ideas; assess their own management flexibility and agility; and compare and contrast ideas/themes/concerns of contemporary authors. Through development of a philosophy for change, phenomenology and self-assessment, students develop a two-year career plan.

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