Business

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Undergraduate Course Details
Number MGT 335
Title Family Firm Management
Credits 3.0
Prerequisites MGT337 or MGT350

Description

This course focuses on issues of management of existing small businesses, with particular emphasis on the dynamics of family firms. Specific areas to explore include human relations, communication, leadership, conflict resolution, and strategic management of family owned businesses. Succession and transitioning at entry and later levels play important roles in this experimentally based course. Three lecture hours per week.

FSC

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Undergraduate Course Details
Number MGT 335
Title Family Firm Management
Credits 3.0
Prerequisites MGT337 or MGT350

Description

This course focuses on issues of management of existing small businesses, with particular emphasis on the dynamics of family firms. Specific areas to explore include human relations, communication, leadership, conflict resolution, and strategic management of family owned businesses. Succession and transitioning at entry and later levels play important roles in this experimentally based course. Three lecture hours per week.

HRI

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Undergraduate Course Details
Number MGT 335
Title Family Firm Management
Credits 3.0
Prerequisites MGT337 or MGT350

Description

This course focuses on issues of management of existing small businesses, with particular emphasis on the dynamics of family firms. Specific areas to explore include human relations, communication, leadership, conflict resolution, and strategic management of family owned businesses. Succession and transitioning at entry and later levels play important roles in this experimentally based course. Three lecture hours per week.

Management

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Undergraduate Course Details
Number MGT 335
Title Family Firm Management
Credits 3.0
Prerequisites MGT337 or MGT350

Description

This course focuses on issues of management of existing small businesses, with particular emphasis on the dynamics of family firms. Specific areas to explore include human relations, communication, leadership, conflict resolution, and strategic management of family owned businesses. Succession and transitioning at entry and later levels play important roles in this experimentally based course. Three lecture hours per week.