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Description

In each memo, you will describe your current roles and responsibilities and how they link to Sport Management program goals and School of Business competencies. In this memo, you will describe any new or evolving roles and responsibilities and how they link to Sport Management program goals and School of Business competencies. Select a minimum of five goals and/or competencies to discuss in your memo. You do not need to discuss the same goals and competencies in each memo. The memo should also include the total hours that you worked in the time period.
Sport Management Program Goals

Theory Into Practice: We prepare students who will be able to turn theory into practice through the use and application of analytical tools to sport business situations.
Professionalism: We prepare students who will be able to demonstrate an effective command of professional skill sets to conduct themselves according to ethical business principles and values and to express themselves at a professional level of excellence relevant to business situations.
Global Orientation: We prepare students who possess a global view of sport business. Students will develop a deep understanding of the interrelationships between institutions, culture, humanity, and their impact on sport businesses. Students will also recognize how sport business may impact societies and understand the role of social responsibility in their profession.
Strategic Perspective: We prepare students who will be able to recognize and understand the broad spectrum of interrelationships that exist between various functional areas across the entire sport business organization. Students are able to recognize the interrelationships among external forces affecting a sport business and respond by aligning company strategies and resources.

School of Business Competencies

Business Communications: A graduate of the Business Core program is expected to have confidence in their oral communication skills, professional/polished writing ability and practice using their negotiation skills.
Problem Solving and Decision Making: A graduate of the Business Core program is expected to solve business problems by analyzing quantitative tools and qualitative data to inform their decision-making practices.
Teamwork: A graduate of the Business Core program is expected to develop a broad range of interpersonal skills in order to function effectively as a participant in team and group situations.
Global Orientation: A graduate of the Business Core program is expected to attain a multidisciplinary global perspective in order to understand others and make more effective international business decisions. 
Social and Corporate Responsibility: A graduate of the Business Core program is expected to assess and understand the consequences of an organization’s decisions and actions; they will realize the legal and ethical considerations and implications of personal, social, business, and international business behavior and activity.
Innovative and Entrepreneurial Thinking: A graduate of the Business Core program is expected to think creatively, plan strategically, and develop innovative business decisions with an entrepreneurial mindset.

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