What you'll learn
- Course Goal: By the end of this course students will be able to practice profession management techniques in either a corporate or entrepreneurial setting.
- Course objectives: Teach students to use the basic management functions to run any type of business. The functions are planning, organizing, leading and control.
- A text is recommended in the free introductory lecture, but it is not required.
This course is designed and presented by someone who worked his way from entry level to President/CEO of billion dollar companies and divisions of companies. No matter how future business evolves, automation will never replace good, solid management.
This course covers all the major management theories and such areas as leadership, motivation, team building and control. Whether you plan to join a corporation or start your own business, management skills are important to success.
This is the same course you would get at a major University.
Who this course is for:
- Anyone who is currently a manager or aspires to be a manager.
Dan McCarty is an MBA graduate from the prestigious Haas School of Business at the University of California in Berkeley.
Dan has worked his way up from entry level marketing assistant to President and CEO of multi-billion dollar companies and divisions of companies. Dan has managed America's best known brands including Del Monte, Quilted Northern, Underwood, Crystal, Dixie Cups and Plates, Brawny Paper Towels, Accent, Hain Health Foods and more.
Dan has also taught college level marketing for the last ten years and has recently retired as Professor Emeritus.