Learn from the First Class

In: Business and Management

Submitted By jerry110160
Words 1720
Pages 7
Class Search

http://vpn-students.poly.edu/prx/001/https/sahr.poly.edu:463/psc/SA...

Huei-Tze Hung
Search Enroll My Academics

Search for Classes

Search Results
When available, click View All Sections to see all sections of the course.
Polytechnic Institute of NYU | 2011 Summer My Class Schedule You are not registered for classes in this term. Shopping Cart Your shopping cart is empty.

The following classes match your search criteria Course Subject: Management, Course Career: Graduate, Show Open Classes Only: Yes

S TA RT A N E W S E A RCH
Open Closed

MG 6 0 1 3 - O R GA NIZA TIO NA L BEHA VIO R

View All Sections Section BX-LEC(1031) Session X Session Days & Times Th 6:00PM - 10:25PM Section WEST-LEC(1326) Session X Session Days & Times Sa 8:30AM - 12:25PM Room TBA Instructor Leslie Verde Room TBA Instructor Staff Status

First

1-2 of 2

Last

Meeting Dates 05/19/2011 07/08/2011

Status

Meeting Dates 05/19/2011 07/08/2011

MG 6 0 7 3 - MA R K ETING

View All Sections Section BX-LEC(1027) Session X Session Days & Times Tu 6:00PM - 10:25PM Room TBA Instructor Staff Status

First

1 of 1

Last

Meeting Dates 05/19/2011 07/08/2011

MG 6 0 8 3 - EC O NO MIC S

View All Sections Section BX-LEC(1204) Session X Session Days & Times Mo 6:00PM - 10:35PM Room TBA Instructor Rabindra Nath Bhattacharya Status

First

1 of 1

Last

Meeting Dates 05/19/2011 07/08/2011

1 of 6

2011/4/16 下午 08:16

Class Search

http://vpn-students.poly.edu/prx/001/https/sahr.poly.edu:463/psc/SA...

MG 6 0 9 3 - A C C O UNTING & F INA NC E

View All Sections Section BX-LEC(1205) Session X Session Days & Times Mo 6:00PM - 10:35PM Room TBA Instructor Parbati Bhattacharya Status

First

1 of 1

Last

Meeting Dates 05/19/2011 07/08/2011

MG 6 1 3 3 - L abor R elations

View All Sections Section COM-LEC(1359) Session…...

Similar Documents

From Middle Class to Murderers

...Aaron Lightsey Dr. Riggs History 1013 9 April 2012 From the Middle Class to Murderers Throughout the course of human history there have always been senseless acts of atrocities committed for one reason or another, whether it was the massacre of the Armenian Christians during and after World War I by the Ottoman Empire or the murders of some twenty million people by Joseph Stalin in Russia. It seems that mankind has a natural knack for the killing of each other. Evidence of this can be seen in some of the greatest technological advancements that have originally stemmed from inventions meant for devastation. What causes these acts of violence towards one another? History indicates that these actions may be caused by a sense of religious justification, economic factors, or aspirations for strengthening of an empire. However there can be more reasons than those of a political or religious nature. In many ways personal bias, environmental and psychological factors play heavily into some of the worst atrocities ever envisioned by mankind. This is the case argued in Christopher R. Browning’s book Ordinary Men. Christopher Browning’s book focuses on a key part of World War II that took place behind the scenes of the war, The Holocaust. The Holocaust led to the systematic death of millions of people. These innocent people were only guilty of being labeled as “undesirable” by a supposedly “superior race.” These people consisted of not only Jewish people, who were the majority,...

Words: 1619 - Pages: 7

What I Would Like to Learn from Pshcology

...What would I like to learn about in this course and why are you interested in it? The first topic that I notice when I opened up my general psychology ninth edition in modules textbook by David Myers was States of Consciousness. I want to learn about this topic because I feel like everyone can master their mind and just become a better individual. I feel the first step of mastering the mind is to first learn how the mind works that’s why I signed up for this course so I can gain more knowledge of the inner workings of the consciousness and the sub- consciousness mind. Once you know how the sub- consciousness minds works and begin to learn how to train to work in your favor I believe the sky is the limit after that. I’ve listening to great motivational speakers on a daily basis such as Less brown, Anthony Robbins, Napoleon hill and Dale carnige. They all have one thing in common the say that the secret to true success and to be truly happy one must think! Nowadays people do the exact opposite from that because they are too busy or to distracted by mindless social media like instagram or twitter which does nothing for the individual instead of making them an internet and cell phone junkie that’s just my opinion. That’s just the tip of the iceberg I feel like it going to get way worse. I want to learn more about the sub- consciousness because they say that the sub- consciousness is a hundred times more stronger than the consciousness the .When people believe that their......

Words: 672 - Pages: 3

Fear of My First Speech in Class

...Fear of My First Speech in Class When I thought of my first speech class, I was a bit frantic. After reading about professional public speakers stories on fear of public speaking and how they essentially overcame it, I told myself you can do it. The day of presenting my speech finally arrived and I volunteered to be the one to go first in class. I was more apprehensive about my accent than anything else. Would the audience understand me clearly? Would they be bored with what I have to say about my chosen topic? Would I captive them and would I make a good impression? Well, I gave the speech without a hitch. It was helpful to have my outline I created for the perusal of the class. My speech flowed particularly well thanks to the step-by-step key points of the outline. Meanwhile, I dared to glance from time to time at the audience to see if I could pick up cues. Sometime I found myself elevating my pitch, smiling just to capture my audience, and to gain confidence that my topic was an important and resourceful topic. To conclude, after I was done with my speech the class in a jovial expression clapped and smiled. My heart was palpitating so hard I thought I would faint. I had more fear as I was closing my speech. This fear was primarily due to what the critique of my audience would be. The response from the “the love notes” includes positive sayings and great feedback from each classmate, including the professor. As for my second speech in class, I could......

Words: 413 - Pages: 2

Children Learn from Example

...immunosuppressive medications, immune suppressing antibodies and interferons The categories of medications include those used to directly treat cancers and those that adversely affect the immune system (at recommended doses/duration or greater). Corticosteroids used in greater than physiologic doses may reduce the immune response to the vaccine. Persons being treated with or taking high dose corticosteroids should not be vaccinated with the smallpox vaccine within one month of completing corticosteroid therapy, and persons being treated with other immunosuppressive drugs within the prior 3 months should not be vaccinated. The attached list is for general guidance about medications that if an individual is taking may contraindicate them from receiving the smallpox vaccine This list is not meant to be exhaustive but to serve as a guide to clinicians seeking to assist patients decide if they should be vaccinated with the smallpox vaccine. One should note that certain other medications not listed, may idiosyncratically and in certain health conditions, be immunosuppressive. Therefore clinical judgment is needed to decide the impact of these medications for patients based on their health status...

Words: 270 - Pages: 2

Learn from Mistake

...Learn From Your Mistakes Mistakes are unavoidable in life and leaders certainly make their share of them.  Any time you look to break new ground or technologies or whatever it is you are leading, you open up many new avenues for mistakes and they are inevitable with change. You can’t have one without the other and so learning to use mistakes well is an important leadership trait.  The first point about mistakes is that a great leader learns from their own mistakes.  They know when they make it and will quickly look at what can be salvaged or gained from the mistake as to avoid it in the future or to streamline some action or process to improve it next time.  This makes no difference if the mistake is big or small, there is always something to be learned from it and mistakes offer an immediate piece of feedback to anyone who is wise enough to learn from it. Mistakes are the usual bridge between inexperience and wisdom. (Phyllis Therous) Another point of learning from mistakes is to also be a leader in this area and actually admit your own mistakes.  Admit when you were wrong, and emphasize what you have learned from it and what your next steps are work around that mishap.  If you encourage and set the example of owning up to mistakes quickly and working past them, you can quickly inspire your followers to do the same and look at the value of the mistakes instead of hiding from them. Leave Room for Mistakes to Happen If you have done the first part and owned up and......

Words: 935 - Pages: 4

Learn from Kids

...their mouths or performed some kind of action that has made you step back and think, “WOW… I could really learn a lot from that!” Here are five examples of different lessons we can learn from watching our kids: 1. Don’t hang onto the negative, just forgive and forget Little kids can get mad; in fact they can get REALLY mad. But they rarely hold onto that anger. They may throw the world’s biggest temper tantrum and within minutes be smiling and happy all over again. As we get older we gravitate more towards holding grudges, and hanging onto that negativity only adds unnecessary stress to our lives. Sometimes it’s best to get mad and then get over it. 2. When you’re full you should stop eating This seems so basic but one quick look at the alarming rate of overweight and obese adults can show otherwise. Society has conditioned us to think that we need to finish everything on our plates and leave no morsel behind. You can’t force kids to eat past their limit though – when they’re done, they’re done – something we could certainly learn a thing or two from. 3. You can only continue to grow by continuing to experience Little kids are filled with wonder and curiosity every day. They have no problems trying new things or meeting new people. As we get older we tend to get a little more cautious about what we do and these reservations can hold us back from new and exciting experiences. Being curious about life is a good thing, and something we should......

Words: 531 - Pages: 3

What Does Odyssseus Learn from His Adventures

...What does Odysseus learn from his Adventures? Odysseus learns many great qualities from his adventures. He learns from meeting new gods and goddesses, being a great hero, and many other trials he has faced. He learns lessons from the different events. Odysseus is very stubborn but with the right lessons, advice from others, and different trials along the way, he can become a great strong man. He learned self-control, leadership abilities, and better problem solving. He takes the events that he goes through and learns how to be a better hero and leader. The gods and goddesses taught Odysseus self control, not directly but in the situations they faced Odysseus with it molded him to have self -control. For example when he was told to tie himself down when his ship passed the sirens, when the crew encountered Scylla, and when they arrived on the Island of Helios. When his ship passed the sirens Odysseus could have not tied himself down to the mast. He showed leadership skills by telling his men to put beeswax in their ears so they would not untie him. He would beg and plead for his men to untie him, but they would only tighten more rope around him. The next trial brought Odysseus’ ship to the bottom of Scylla’s cave. Odysseus was forced to helplessly witness six of his men get taken away by the ferocious beast. Odysseus wanted to revolt against the monster and fate. This was to save the men, Odysseus had to hold himself back because Circe had instructed him ,“the only......

Words: 457 - Pages: 2

My First Day in English Class

...important to us especially we as students. We did nothing much on the first day of our english class but i also gain alot of things from my first day in english class. On the first day of class i got to know that my lecturer for english is Miss Yumni Yassin. Firstly we were asked to introduce ourself. Then our lecturer set some rules and regulation for us such as '' no late comers are allowed in the class'' and we can only speak english language in our english class even to our friends. Even though its hard for some students to follow theese instruction but i think setting these rules is very good idea. Because it makes us to be more discpline and punctual. Next we are given a chance to sound out what we aspect from our english class, and how to make our english class interesting for all of us. Besides that we are also required to take out a piece of paper and a pen.Then we are require to write down which part in english are we week in. After that we were asked to send the paper to her without writting our name this is because few of the students might be shy to tell about their weakness in english language because they think they will ''lose face''. Moreover our lecturer also gave us introduction about english and explain to us which part are we going to cover in this trimester for english, she also told us the importance of grammar to us. Finally we were dismiss. Eventhough our class were ''send one packing'' the first day but i really learnt alot and how important......

Words: 296 - Pages: 2

What Can the Us Learn from Japanese Bubble

...What Can The US Learn from Japanese Bubble 1. Easy monetary policy works, but there are risks in the exit. The Federal Reserve’s quantitative easing  measures over the past few years have allowed the U.S. economy breathing room to get back on its feet after the worst downturn since the Great Depression. But there are risks that still lurk. If policymakers increase taxes too soon, or if they read the recovery prematurely, they could put the still-tentative U.S. economic recovery in real danger, Goto said. “It’s difficult to measure whether this economic recovery has legs or not,” she said. “In hindsight, the BOJ had misread a lot of the performance of the Japanese economy, and had toyed with the idea of ending that gush of money. What Abenomics has been able to do is to turn back on the spigot,” she said, referring to the current Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s plan to breathe life back into Japan. “Japan should have been doing that a lot earlier, so that a comeback could have been easier,” Goto added. “We can learn from that." 2. You can’t divorce financial markets from ‘Main Street’s challenges. Consider what has happened in Japan in recent months. After two decades of subpar performance, the stock market there staged a sharp rally last year, tacking on gains of about 50 percent in roughly 13 months. Japanese stocks took off because of an aggressive round of new easing that was the first part of Abenomics. But what came next was an increase in the consumption......

Words: 749 - Pages: 3

100 Best First Lines from Famous Novels

...100 Best First Lines from famous Novels 1. Call me Ishmael. —Herman Melville, Moby-Dick (1851) 2. It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single man in possession of a good fortune, must be in want of a wife. —Jane Austen, Pride and Prejudice (1813) 3. A screaming comes across the sky. —Thomas Pynchon, Gravity's Rainbow (1973) 4. Many years later, as he faced the firing squad, Colonel Aureliano Buendía was to remember that distant afternoon when his father took him to discover ice. —Gabriel García Márquez, One Hundred Years of Solitude (1967; trans. Gregory Rabassa) 5. Lolita, light of my life, fire of my loins. —Vladimir Nabokov, Lolita (1955) 6. Happy families are all alike; every unhappy family is unhappy in its own way. —Leo Tolstoy, Anna Karenina (1877; trans. Constance Garnett) 7. riverrun, past Eve and Adam's, from swerve of shore to bend of bay, brings us by a commodius vicus of recirculation back to Howth Castle and Environs. —James Joyce, Finnegans Wake (1939) 8. It was a bright cold day in April, and the clocks were striking thirteen. —George Orwell, 1984 (1949) 9. It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness, it was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch of incredulity, it was the season of Light, it was the season of Darkness, it was the spring of hope, it was the winter of despair. —Charles Dickens, A Tale of Two Cities (1859) 10. I am an invisible man. —Ralph......

Words: 3896 - Pages: 16

Gb500 Learn from the Experts

...      LEARNING FROM THE EXPERTS GB500: BUSINESS PERSPECTIVES ASSIGNMENT SANZIDA KHAN MARCH 10 ,2015 Market Research is a tool that allows organizations to reach out to their audiences and find ways to please them and keep them happy with their products and/or services. “Market Research is the fundamental resource for business insights, measurement, knowledge, and tools that are systematically used for achieving higher levels of market performance and stakeholder value” (Bont, Hamersveld 2007).            Market Research is basically an action that requires the gathering of information about consumers’ needs and preferences. Market Research is a very important department for any business or organization because a properly researched market can help the company grow to a bigger and better state than it is already in. Marketing on it’s own is a tool that is used to sell the products or service to the public. Market Research is what will be used to find out the best and proper ways to market these things the company is sell to the public. As highlighted by the U.S. Small Business Administration website, a company needs to thoroughly understand the market they are trying to target and do research on it. A business needs to identify official government sources of market and industry data, identify additional sources of analysis and understand the international marketplace (U.S SBA, 2015). Basically, a business of any size, should understand what sort of industry......

Words: 1678 - Pages: 7

X-Men First Class

...X-Men First Class I remember growing up in Nigeria as a kid. I recall my mum telling me I always watched X-men animation and how I dreamed of being either Charles or Erik because of the unique super hero powers they have compared to the other mutants. The main aim of this paper is to pass a massage to the reader explaining how super hero movies are not necessarily just for entertainment. Most super hero movies, comic books, and stories have hidden messages being passed to the viewers. In the paragraph below, (thesis begin) I will be explaining and breaking down what I mean by hidden messages. I will use some characters from the movie X-men First Class. These include Erik who grew up to be called Magneto who mostly use his powers to torture, torment or hurt others compared to Charles who used his powers to help people, Raven who grew up to be called Mystic, and Hank who grew up to be called Beast. One hidden message is found in Erik’s childhood and what he grew up to become. Another scene of Raven shows her insecurities about how she looks, and Hank’s insecurities about his physical looks radiate a particular message to the public.(thesis end) After watching and reading several X-men books or movies, I have come to a conclusion that the characters classified as the X-men in the book and same as the movies are not necessarily super heroes. Watching it or reading it from a kids perspective, they automatically look like super heroes because as a kid there is only one thing......

Words: 1075 - Pages: 5

Sargent First Class

...article or a chapter by analyzing parts of the authors reasoning (Elder and Paul 2007, Pg. 28-29) For this essay I will analyze an article published in the Washington post on Friday. March 2nd, 2007 and titled “Another intelligence Twist” The main purpose of this article is to show how the Bush administration used a poor reporting from the Central Intelligence Agency in North Korea’s Uranium enrichment program. These reports were based on exaggerated and misjudged intelligence, in order to justify a aggressive course of action toward an rogue regime and how because of their actions this cause an even more unstable relationship with the country. The key questions that is addressing are: “Why did the Bush administration use exaggerating intelligence to justify an aggressive policy that resulted in disastrous results.” I think it’s also important to ask why the Bush administration reacted to poor intelligence that resulted in the relationship with a rogue regime. The most important Information in the article is that information provided to the Bush administration reveals that North Korea secretly obtained 20 centrifuges for uranium enrichment from Pakistan and purchased other equipment needed to construct a large-scale enrichment facility. Now the “crucial test of the diplomatic process will be whether the North will reveal what it did with the centrifuges and other materials it is known to have acquired. Pyongyang's response will show whether it, like the Bush......

Words: 666 - Pages: 3

My First Class

...MY FIRST CLASS After being a part of M.A.D. for over a month now, today I finally got a chance to teach the kids i.e. Today was my first class as a teacher with M.A.D. . . . It was so fulfilling and was a great experience. So it all started today at 8:00 AM when I woke up very excited and happy knowing the fact that from this day onwards I actually start Making a Difference. So I reached my Centre i.e. Aashiyana(Panchkula) at 10:30AM with all the books, Markers etc. The class was not for another half hour. But our team decided to go in and check in on the arrangements made by the authorities for the classes. Everything was perfect, the kids reached the classes on time and they were also super excited to learn which made this all more fun. And so our classes began at 11:00AM . After the Ice-Breaking session, it was pretty clear that my kids loved playing games, so I decided to begin my class with a simple “Sit-Stand” game. The kids loved it and after adding a few twists to the game we had a winner. The class applauded the winner with BIG smiles on their faces & hence, I began with the teaching session. The kids were so eager to learn and this curiosity for learning was clearly visible on their faces. After a brief introduction to the first exercise in the book, I was surprised to see the response of the class. Everybody knew what to answer and almost everyone wanted to speak out the answers. This was such a good feeling. The kids were themselves trying to speak......

Words: 577 - Pages: 3

Learn from the Past, Live for the Future

...And how will we ever get to the point of a worldwide community? A sense of identity? And a stable society? The answer is swirling around the world, every second of every day. Time. In order to achieve these ideals, people must learn from the past and prepare for the future, only when the two elements are combined will “Community, Identity, [and] Stability”(1) be prominent in today’s world. One major lesson adults try to implement into children from birth is that one must learn from prior mistakes. In the novel, the people of the World State prosper because they have learned from their past mistakes. War, famine, morals, and other concepts of the past are eliminated from society to insure stability. When the leaders had to make the choice between “World Control and destruction. Between stability and”(48) chaos. In the past chaos has been proven to live up to its definition. Due to their choice against disorder, the World State proves that people need the past to learn from their mistakes. One such example is John’s attempt to free the people from soma. The Savage attempts to cause a revolt amongst the Delta workers. He throws the “poison” out of the window, handful after handful (213). The members of the World State had learned from the past and were able to quickly squash the revolt, thus ensuring “Community, Identity, [and] Stability”(1). The future will always be a place that mankind will never reach. Innovation can go on forever more. It is due to this......

Words: 747 - Pages: 3