777 Business Program
Managing Your People & Processes
||Managing People & Processes|
Who Should Attend?
Managers, Supervisors and Entrepreneurs
Course Code: 7MD
Managing Your People -
The course will cover the objectives, methods, and forms of business communications; business research; and the classification and presentation of findings. Formal and informal communication levels and listening skills will be discussed that will lead to success in your professional career. The course further provides a basic approach to business life through a survey of major functions and offers an overview of business organizations; the business environment and theory and principles of organization and management.
Analyzing the Business Process –
This class provides the student with theory and practice associated with the analysis and design of business processes and systems in identifying and solving PROBLEMS. A manager has two main functions to "make decisions and solve problems." Therefore, the good manager must be able to recognize and identify where the problems exist. The purpose, function and expected outcomes of each phase and activity of the systems development life cycle (SDLC) are discussed from theoretical and practical perspectives. Specific design techniques, such as data flow diagrams for project planning (problem correction) will be discussed along with other topics on planning and project management. Furthermore, the student will LEARN how to design and test QUESTIONNAIRE SURVEYS to assist with conducting feasibility studies.
COURSE STRUCTURE: The methods of teaching used in Managing Your People and Analyzing the Business Process include but are not limited to:
- Lectures with appropriate student/faculty interaction
- Use of materials such as cases, examples, and real situations to present course concepts.
- Q & A Consulting sessions throughout each lecture
COURSE OUTLINE for all Classes:
Seminar Structure: Seminars are scheduled for half-days for many concepts are discussed, and I want students to take the time absorbing the lesson while enjoying the beautiful Myrtle Beach area with family and friends. The end-time for the seminars is listed as a range for it depends on Q&A and if detailed lectures are required on a particular subject. Refreshments will be served at the beginning of each seminar and at the breaks. As a thank you for completing the evaluation door prizes will be drawn from those completed entries after each class. The seminar will be a warm, friendly and professional discussion of the subject material. Interaction with peers and the instructor is encouraged.
|8:00AM to 10:00AM
|10:00AM to 10:15AM
|10:15AM to 11:30/12:00PM
|End of Seminar
||NOT MANDATORY: Evaluation and Door Prize Drawing from completed evaluation forms.|
||DATES in MB |
People & Processes
|Managing Your People
Analyzing the Business Process
(Includes: The DISC Factor Analysis)
|To be announced|