Business Culture and Collaborative Practices
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Communication is a critical foundation that supports and sustains organizations. As students enter their chosen field, they will be expected to conduct credible research on business issues and to clearly communicate their results through writing and business presentations.
To learn to collaborate in teams across local, regional, national and global distances, students will communicate and work together using traditional means (emails, letters, memos, reports, meetings, presentations) as well as emerging technologies (online meetings, video conferences, web presentations, blogs, social media).
In-person students will be tasked with activities through delivery methods such as live presentations, while online learners will complete the same activities virtually. Both sets of students will acquire awareness of interpersonal/intercultural communications challenges and solutions.