SCO 6291: Leadership Development

0-2 Credits

Carefully designed lectures, exercises and assignments are positioned through the year to assess and develop leadership skills personalized to each student at three levels: (i) how to lead self: leveraging current strengths, (ii) how to lead others: teamwork, collaboration, motivation, and feedback, and (iii) how to lead organizations: operating in complex global work environments. Substantively, the course is committed to creating an intellectual context that is now viewed as central to developing supply chain leaders. Specifically, the course provides opportunities for raising environmental, social and political awareness; learning about social media and related communications technologies and channels; and interacting with non-commercial organizations such as government and NGOs.

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A Average (3.933)Most Common: A (88%)

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447 students
WFDCBA
  • 4.74

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    Recommend
  • 4.44

    /5

    Effort
  • 4.67

    /5

    Understanding
  • 4.67

    /5

    Interesting
  • 4.60

    /5

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