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Foundations of Business Management

  • While people who do the job they are given are needed in the workforce, businesses are seeking innovators. Businesses want people who think critically, solve problems, and stretch limits. They want people who dare to question, seek unconventional solutions, and can communicate ideas clearly. These are markers of the employees that will help a business become better–stronger. Every student can exhibit these traits to some degree and you have the power to help them get there.

     

    We often include things like how to write a check, balance a checkbook, create a resume, interview, etc in our lesson plans for business education. These are all wonderful skills that we must have to survive in the real world.  However, are we so focused on specific skills that we’re missing some key elements?  Business has evolved since the conventional school model was created.

     

    Not every student will attend college. It’s not the most inspiring fact, but fact nonetheless. With the increasingly high cost of an education, those who do attend college are choosing to work to offset the need for student loans.