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Reflexión Sobre El Curso Mgt/521 Management

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El curso "MGT/521 Management" incluyó el desarrollo de destrezas importantes, como la redacción ensayística y el trabajo en equipo, que son aspectos de interés del programa graduado en administración de empresas de la universidad de Phoenix en el que estoy matriculado. Esta primera clase ha servido como una introducción indispensable del programa de maestría que actualmente sigo. Esta nueva modalidad de enseñanza que presenta la universidad de Phoenix permite una interacción directa con todos los estudiantes que componen cada clase. El curso relaciona al estudiante con la utilización de todas las herramientas que se ...view middle of the document...

Sin duda alguna, la librería en línea es una herramienta muy útil que se ajusta a las necesidades reales del estudiante; este recurso ha sido la mejor fuente de información para realizar mis investigaciones y completar exitosamente el curso actual de gerencia. No dudo que seguirá siéndolo en los próximos cursos.Aprendizaje en equipos (Learning Teams)Un buen administrador es el que tiene la capacidad de trabajar en grupo para lograr los objetivos de las empresas. La práctica académica de aprendizaje en equipos de trabajo que caracteriza la enseñanza en la Universidad de Phoenix prepara para el triunfo al futuro gerente de empresas. Esta actividad académica me ayudo a conocer mis cualidades como líder y las fortalezas y debilidades de mis compañeros. De esta forma se lograron distribuir las actividades de los trabajos grupales de manera democrática, para que la aportación de cada uno fuese justa y beneficiosa para todos.Conceptos de la administraciónEl curso...

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