While no businesses succeed based on their architecture or space design, many fail as a result of inattention to the power of spatial relationships. This course demonstrates through live case studies with managers and architects the value of strategic space planning and decision making in relation to business needs. The course presents conceptual frameworks for thinking about architecture, communication and organizations. This course is offered during the Sloan Innovation Period (SIP), which is a one-week period at the MIT Sloan School of Management that occurs midway through each semester.
Welcome to one of 12 Business, Marketing and Information Technology Quality Modules! The purpose of these modules is to illustrate quality examples of each of the 2018 ACTE Quality CTE Framework elements. Regardless if you are in a pre-service education program or an experienced educator, these modules will benefit your future and business & marketing program11. Work-based Learning addresses the delivery of a continuum of work-based learning involving sustained, meaningful interactions with industry or community professionals that foster in-depth, firsthand engagement with the tasks required in a given career field. Experiences may be delivered in workplaces, in the community, at educational institutions and/or virtually, as appropriate, and include a range of activities such as workplace tours, job shadowing, school-based enterprises, internships and apprenticeships.
Soft Skills course FREE teacher resources and trial access to online course solution as well as a correlation to WI state standards (WCCTS). Resources available for:-Professionalism-Teamwork & Team Building-Problem Solving & Decision Making-Verbal Communication-Oral Communication
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Business Principles course FREE teacher resources and trial access to online course solution as well as a correlation to WI state standards.
Think of the program like a College of Business, just in a high school. The program requires 6 classes: Principles of Business, Business Economics, Principles of Marketing, Principles of Finance, Principles of Management, and Business Strategies. There are also 2 option classes: Wealth Management and Leadership. All classes are project-based and offer real-world hands-on experience for students. Ideally students take the classes in order, but that can be challenging. We do allow students to take classes out of order based on their interest level.
I love the program and it has challenged my teaching. Students take a lot more ownership and control of their learning in these classes as it is taught differently than traditional classes. It increases community engagement with our program as well.
We have 4 of the 6 classes transcripted with our local technical college and the Business Economics class can count as the Social Studies Economic graduation requirement.
The goal of this course is to help students learn to communicate strategically within a professional setting. Students are asked to analyze their intended audience, the purpose of their communication, and the context in which they are operating before developing the message. The course focuses specifically on improving students' ability to write, speak, work in a team, and communicate across cultures in their roles as future managers.
Management Information Systems (MIS) is a formal discipline within business education that bridges the gap between computer science and the well-known business disciplines of finance, marketing, and management.
The Project Management Toolkit for Teachers® provides a modular, user-friendly resource that teachers can use to help prepare students to be college and career ready. The materials use a project learning approach to teach students the universal life, learning, and professional skills of project management. PMIef requires you to submit your email to receive the toolkit; I have not been solicited with other emails. PMIef does also offer additional resources.
This guide served as an excellent resource for my Principles of Management class as students learned the concepts and skills of project management. It provided useful activities to incorporate into the current curriculum as well as an extra resource for students when they were absent.
In this course, you will be exposed to a number of different sub-fields within finance. You will learn how to determine which projects have the best potential payoff, to manage investments, and even to value stocks. In the end, you will discover that all finance boils down to one concept: return. In essence, finance asks: ŇIf I give you money today, how much money will I get back in the future?Ó Though the answer to this question will vary widely from case to case, by the time you finish this course, you will know how to find the answer.