University of Tennessee

MGT 463 – Solving Complex Managerial Problems

3 credit hours

In this experiential learning class, students will learn how to solve complex problems using traditional and contemporary decision making models and negotiation skills. Students will learn how to identify organizational problems by separating symptoms from causes, evaluate potential alternatives, the consequences of different courses of action, and make recommendations based on their analyses. The course adopts a case-based learning approach throughout the semester and culminates in an end-of-semester Case Competition in which students will present their case analysis to an audience that may include their peers, faculty and community business leaders.

  • MGT 336.
  • Majors in the Haslam College of Business.