The course will be based on case studies, readings, some presentations, and, above all, the debate and the exchange of ideas and experiences. Throughout the course, students will be encouraged to bring their insights and thoughts on the material assigned into class discussion.
Most issues, cases and problems related to people management do not have one ¿right¿ answer, though some answers are more correct than others. Therefore, being ¿right¿ or ¿wrong¿ should not be your concern when participating. It is your viewpoint that is of interest to us. You are expected to critically listen to the contributions of your fellow students and if you disagree, explain why your viewpoint differs.
Throughout the course, students will be asked to make presentations on the different topics and encouraged to bring their insights and thoughts on the material assigned into class discussion. Students will be also encouraged to consult different sources of information (webs, journals, career services, etc.).
A significant part of the course workload will be done within learning teams. Group assignments will include a group presentation and case studies.
You may contact the instructors at any time