bba 202 introduction to business


This course provides an overview of the field of business administration. Areas covered include business goals and strategies, functional areas of business and their integration in policy and decision making, social responsibility, computers in business, and business trends and challenges including the international dimension


  1. Meeting the Challenge of Today’s Dynamic Business Environments
  2. Economics:  The Creation & Distribution of Wealth
  3. Competing in Global Markets
  4. Mgmt of Human Resources:  Motivating Employees to Produce Quality Goods & Services
  5. Working Within the Legal Environment of Business
  6. Forms of Business Ownership
  7. Entrepreneurship & Starting a Small Business
  8. Management, Leadership, & Employee Empowerment
  9. Adapting organizations to Today’s Markets
  10. Producing World-class Goods and Services
  11. Motivating Employees & Building Self-Managed Teams
  12. Human Resources Management: Finding & Keeping the Best Employees
  13. Dealing with Employee-Management Issues & Relationships
  14. Understanding Financial Information & Accounting
  15. Financial Management





Understanding Business (10th Ed.)

Publisher: McGraw-Hill (2013)

Author(s): McHugh, J. & McHugh, S.M.

ISBN: 978-0073106090

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