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GMS 630

Case Experiences

The purpose of this 'Case Experiences' course is to develop the most demanding core competencies, focusing on analysis, presentation skills and team work, for solving complex business cases that extend knowledge and skills beyond material covered in most other Business Management courses. The course has meetings during late August, with a subsequent presentation on a Friday in the early part of the fall semester to their department and individual papers due in October. 'Case Experiences' is an exciting and unique course that combines students from all programs in TRSM. It responds to the growing use of business cases in learning, in opportunity identification and problem solving in business, and to the use of business cases in corporate hiring interviews. The course teaches how to systematically analyze complex and intricate issues presented by real world cases and best practices for solution presentations. The cases embody a wide range of issues, potentially including business strategy, HR and organizational governance, ethical leadership, entrepreneurship, not-for-profit organizations, marketing, retail, sales, IT, public relations, and hospitality and tourism. See teaching department for consent criteria.
Weekly Contact: Lecture: 3 hrs.
GPA Weight: 1.00
Course Count: 1.00
Billing Units: 1
Consent: Departmental consent required







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