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COHR 412 - Advanced Topics in Organizational Behaviour

This is an advanced topics course in organizational behaviour (OB). It is designed for those who have an interest in understanding, critiquing, and analyzing behaviour in organizations. This course extends beyond the prerequisite introductory organizational behaviour course by focusing on...

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COHR 433 - Employment Law

This course examines the statutory and common law rules that govern the non-union employment relationship (COHR 308 examines the employment relationship in unionized workplaces). Since approximately 90% of the Canadian workforce falls under provincial jurisdiction, we will focus on British Columbia...

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COHR 486A - Gender and Diversity in Leadership

Gender and diversity in leadership is a "hot button" topic that generates passionate debate and opinions. Popular discussion topics cover whether diversity is good or bad for organizations; whether people from different social and cultural groups have different leadership and communication styles;...

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COHR 486B - Improvisation for Leaders

This course teaches you how to use the tools of improvised theatre to strengthen your leadership. The focus is on creating leaders who are versatile and adaptive to diverse and changing environments. You will also build spontaneous, and confident leadership presentation skills. Topics include...

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COHR 486D - Negotiation for Leaders

The course builds directly upon the negotiation concepts from COMM 292 to further investigate distributive, group, salary, and international negotiations for leaders. It integrates experiential and intellectual learning components to help students become better negotiators. It is designed to...

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COMM 100 - Introduction to Business

This course informs potential managers and knowledge workers in all business areas about issues and problems related to the planning, establishment, and management of a successful business. The course and the text take an "integrative" approach. That is, the course aims to introduce the student to...

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COMM 101 - Business Fundamentals

This course is designed to provide a broad introduction to the field of business and to orient students to the study and expectations of the Sauder School of Business. Business is a fast moving, exciting field of study that is a major part of your daily life. This course will illustrate the...

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COMM 202 - Career Fundamentals

An introductory course on career fundamentals presented by the Hari B. Varshney Business Career Centre covering professional cover letter and resume writing, and professional employment, networking and information interviews. The purpose of this course is to equip BCom students with vital tools...

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COMM 203 - Managing the Employment Relationship

The purpose of this course is to provide an introduction to the essential elements of the relationship between employers and employees. Built around a team-based simulation spanning eight weeks of the course, the course will engage students in making decisions regarding forming, developing and...

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COMM 204 - Logistics and Operations Management

An organization's ultimate success depends on how efficiently and effectively it executes its strategic goals. This requires a detailed understanding of the processes used to produce and deliver goods and/or services to customers including:process analysisqueuing systemsproject managementinventory...

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