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BUS 405-001 Business, Government, and Society

Summary: BUS 405-001
Business, Government, and Society
Fall 20111
Times/Dates: 10:00 a.m. 11:15 p.m. Mondays and Wednesdays, September 7 December 5
(inclusive); Note: No class Monday, Oct. 10; Exam Monday, December 12 at 9:00 a.m.
Classroom: ED 621 (Education Building)
Course Site: Via your UR Courses account at www.uregina.ca/urcourses
Instructor: Bruce C. Anderson, ED 510 (Centre for Management Development)
Telephone: 337-3209 (University office), 539-6311 (Text/cellular), 584-9718 (Home)
E-mail: Bruce.C.Anderson@uregina.ca (Note: you must use .C. or email will be redirected)
Office Hours: Widely available. Drop-in but an appointment guarantees availability.
This course provides an understanding of how business, government, and society interact and interrelate.
More importantly, it outlines how business interacts with government, society and others in the
environment in which business operates. This is often referred to as non-market strategy, part of a
business' overall business strategy. A focus of the course will be business' societal responsibilities and
ethical considerations. Other focuses will be how government works, the business-government dynamic,
and strategies used by business to interact with government, society, and stakeholders. This course is
intended to broaden your business and societal perspective.


Source: Argerami, Martin - Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Regina


Collections: Mathematics