MGMT E-5100 Essentials of Management

This course introduces the important aspects of managing a business in a global economy. It teaches thoughtful decision making in connection with communications, marketing, human relations, efficiency, and the framework for making sound financial decisions amongst competing strategic priorities and objectives. It analyzes the risks and rewards of different types of management decision making. The course also covers corporate responsibility and ethics.

PREREQUISITES:
Proof of English proficiency is required of students whose native language is not English.

INSTRUCTOR:
Leonard Kopelman, JD, Lecturer in Extension, Harvard University

TEACHING FELLOW:
Rachel Gakenheimer

TEXTBOOK:
Essential Manager's Manual by Robert Heller and Tim Hindle