FULL-TIME | WINNIPEG LOCATIONS CMANF-PG Communication Management

Courses and Descriptions

COMM-4053Business for Communicators 2

In this course, you will develop foundational knowledge in organizational responsibilities with respect to public reporting; legal requirements of public, private, and non-profit entities; partnerships and alliances in business. You will build skills in multidisciplinary problem-solving and examine real-life case studies in depth to articulate the business factors {including economic, political, and community pressure; government/regulator expectations; and legal considerations) that contributed to an organization's controversial business decision and how they influenced its outcomes. You will research, report and present on specific cases, connecting the contributing factors to the business outcomes, and analyze the communications fallout.

Prerequisites

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