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What is the “Challenge Project”?

Last Updated: Sep 16, 2013  |  16 Views

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The Challenge Project is in many respects the theoretical and practical culmination of the class.  Student teams are required to interview an executive at a company.  The focus of the interview is to identify a people management problem and to develop a path model of associated strategy and tactics.  This path model, via research, is to be respecified.  An important focus of this project is to identify tactics appropriate to their firm/industry associated with the model.  In prior projects (e.g., Theory & Practice” presentations), the tactics are extracted from movies.  In this project, non-movie sources are the focus; traditional business resources should be utilized.  Finally, the student group is expected to make recommendations regarding strategic and practical changes.



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