August 18, 2010
Please join us in welcoming the new Dean of The George Washington University School of Business, Dean Doug Guthrie. Dean Guthrie started at GWSB on August 1, 2010. Prior to coming to GW, he was at New York University where he was a professor of Management at the Leonard N. Stern School of Business as well as professor of sociology at NYU’s College of Arts and Sciences.
Dean Guthrie has his A.B. in East Asian Languages and civilizations with a concentration in Chinese literature from the University of Chicago and his M.A. and Ph.D. in Sociology from University of California, Berkeley.
To learn more about our new dean visit: http://business.gwu.edu/dean/
Tuesday September 21, 2010
10AM – 4PM
Duques Hall - Business School, Room 453
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The Caucus Room at 401 9th Street, NW
$125 per person, inclusive of tax and gratuity
Price also includes class fees, three-course dinner and pre-selected wines
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Course: MGT 190
Instructor: J. Mark Phillips
This course presents the fundamentals of starting a business of any type, including nonprofits, technology firms, service businesses, and business with a social focus. Students will learn and utilize techniques for developing, refining, and eventually implementing a sustainable business idea. Students will have the opportunity to show entrepreneurial initiative through the completion of a variety of projects.
MGT 117 will be taught in the Fall 2010 by Professor James Bailey with the following new course title and desctiption.
Negotiation theories, strategies, and tactics as applied to genuine managerial situations. Includes exposure to the nature of interdependencies, as well as practice in competitive, collaborative, and mediation dynamics. Considerable focus on employee relations, including employee rights, and the impact of unions on human resource practices. Makes extensive use of self-assessments, exercises, role plays, and cases.