What can I say about Management 250? So far, it seems like it will probably be one the most important business classes that I will take during my four years at Case. Microeconomics and Accounting 101 were interesting, but I don't feel that the information I learned in those classes will give me the hands-on experience that Management class will.

One of the most appealing aspects of MGMT 250 is that there are class projects instead of exams. Having the opportunity to work with classmates will be beneficial when analyzing business situations and making managerial decisions for projects. Next week, we will begin working in these groups and hopefully everything goes well.

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Thanks for making your first post, Christopher.
I am glad to read that you are excited about the hands-on nature of MGMT 250. I look forward to reading how you take the lessons discussed or prompted in class and apply them to your own life. I am also interested to learn more about the links you make from your group work to your future as a manager.
Lastly, for this post and future ones, be sure to tag the posts as MGMT250 (no spaces, no quotes), so that I can find your work in relation to your classmates'.
Enjoy the rest of the weekend,
Meredith

ps: You receive a grade of .5pts of 1 possible point for the first round of blogging. While your post is on-time and with good content, you have lost credit for a spelling error. Please see my blog (and the Blogging Guidelines on Bb) for additional details and suggestions for appropriate blogs: http://blog.case.edu/myers/mt-tb.cgi/9857

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