Successful decision making is based on three key pillars: strategy, law and ethics. After taking this course you will be able to use a practical framework based on these three elements to make successful business, personal and leadership decisions.
Making Successful Decisions through the Strategy, Law & Ethics Model密歇根大学
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Mind blowing. Though i was somewhat aware of these aspects of Strategy, Law & Ethics, but were pleasantly enlightened by the course material that had organised my thoughts more clearly. Thanks a ton.
Content wise the Strategic, Law and Ethics Model is good. Very Informative and covers almost all the Ethics and Laws in terms of Products, Goods, Public Laws.
a concise look at managing a business through a successful process of Three Pillars, balancing strategy, legal and ethical concerns in an organization
It is so great to have participated in this course . Its opened my eyes to lots of business decisions.. I will recommend it to my friends.
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