The course offers a balanced integration of theory and practice of skills generally accepted as necessary to leaders of small enterprises and other organizations. The course is designed to help guide individuals in developing specific personal management competencies. Topics include problem solving; decision-making; team building; initiating and managing change; organization; and managing conflict. The assigned readings and practical exercises and and assignments are designed to help students foster an appreciation of the complexity of the issues and factors facing the organizational leadership process. This course will help to develop the leadership skills that are necessary in students' personal and professional roles. Prerequisite: BADM 281 Must be a BBA student or have consent of the Donald School of Business.