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Student Learning Outcomes

We expect our graduates to display the following:

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Strategic Perspective and Business Acumen: Students will apply strategic frameworks to complex business issues and identify viable options and forward-looking strategies, through the integrated analysis of multiple functional perspectives - e.g. marketing, product development/service delivery, finance, operations, and human capital.

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Public Policy Awareness: Students will demonstrate enhanced understanding of complex public sector systems, processes and leaders, and identify and define the various forces that shape and impact business policy.

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Innovative Mindset: Students will demonstrate the skills needed to generate creative solutions that address unmet needs and wants, evaluate the relative attractiveness of competing solutions, and exploit opportunities in the marketplace.

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Global Perspective: Students will utilize a knowledge framework to 1) think critically about and assess the impact and linkage of global influences, issues, trends, and decisions in business models; and 2) demonstrate insight and agility in operating within a global business environment.

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Teamwork: Students will demonstrate the communication and interpersonal skills needed for effective collaboration and creative problem-solving, as well as the versatility to add value in a variety of team roles such as leader, expert, or facilitator.

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Strategic Leadership: Students will demonstrate the ability to 1) diagnose complex business situations, recognizing key issues, tensions and dilemmas; and 2) articulate decisions and action plans that reflect comprehensive understanding of the human, political, and cultural context as well as nuanced ways of building influence and support.

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  1. Fact, Fiction and Fico Scores
    Tuesday, February 24, 2015
    5:30 - 7:00PM
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Henry W. Bloch School of Management
5110 Cherry Street
Kansas City, MO 64110
816-235-6071

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