Oct 22, 2021  
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BASM 402 - Leading and Managing in a Diverse World


5 credits

Prerequisites
Admission to BASOM program.

Students will analyze the concepts, policies and practices facing leaders in a global workplace; including how to manage a diverse workforce by effectively managing/leading people who vary by nationality, ethnicity, culture, religion, gender, language, age, abilities, and unique personal characteristics.

Course Outcomes
  • Analyze global implications for human relations and workforce productivity
  • Explain multicultural issues in the workplace
  • Lead/manage individuals from diverse backgrounds
  • Assess the work environment as it relates to working effectively with individuals from diverse backgrounds
  • Relate the role of socioeconomic status within the workplace
  • Identify how to assist employees to successfully work with co-workers from diverse backgrounds
  • Demonstrate an understanding of privilege and its effects on the workplace
  • Create a culture that values workforce diversity
  • Point out the workplace and management implications of (including, but not limited to): sexual harassment, cultural and religious practices, family, and gender roles
  • Research and analyze trends in leading global, international environments


Note
Satisfies a Social Sciences distribution requirement for the BAS-OM degree.



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