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Scott Dust conducts class at FSB
 A Management 432 group makes a presentation
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 Wide shot of Scott Dust and his marketing class

No one can dispute the importance of a student’s major at the beginning of his or her career, but here at the Department of Management we also believe in the increasing importance of broader knowledge, a more expansive repertoire of business skills, and lifelong learning later on. We emphasize excellence in course content and teaching methods in our programs: experiential learning, client-based class structures, and real-world problem-solving are important tools that we use to shape our students into career-minded, successful individuals. We are proud of the national attention these efforts have attracted.

Center for Business Leadership

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The William Isaac & Michael Oxley Center for Business Leadership engages and challenges tomorrow’s adaptive leaders through innovative core programming to develop graduates equipped to lead tomorrow’s best organizations.

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Management Outreach and Development

The Department of Management of the Farmer School of Business at Miami University offers a variety of training and development workshops, presentations, and programs for businesses, government agencies, and organizations. Through our Management Outreach and Development Office you can tap into the expertise of a nationally ranked business school and award-winning faculty to bring their expertise and teaching prowess right to your organization. We offer a broad mix of workshops, training, and management development programs including:

  • Human Capital Management and Leadership
  • Change Management
  • Supply Chain Management
  • Process Improvement

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Human Capital Management at the Farmer School