During this course, I have learned many useful aspects about organization. The one that influenced me the most is about triangular tension in companies because it might be common in my future working place. As I have mentioned before, I want to become a financial advisor after graduating; therefore, I might be involved in this "triangular tension" between my boss and clients as well. Methods including having enought conversations with supervisors and clear regulations are important for me to solve possible problems.
During class, I believe it might be useful for students to form small groups and discuss topics; therefore, students can be more involved in and prepared during classtime. For blogging, I think the current way is fine. However, I do suggest that students are required to comment in different peers' blogs instead of having only one or two partners for the entire semester. In that way, students can get different perspectives from different students and be more familar with more students. On the other hand, I learned a lot from the current blogging system as well by having professor and one classmate commenting on and improving my opinions. Also, blogging allows me to take more time thinking about topics that I have never thought before such problems in organizations.
When I was doing Excel Homework, I read over classnotes, ppt and videos, if there are any, in advance in order to be more familar with the topic. Then I began with the Excel from the start. If I faced any difficulties, I would turn back to notes or asked through comments. For blogging, I would read the relevant pages of textbook to get the basic idea. I would also search on the Internet if necessary, especially when I was not familar with the topic. After gaining enough backgrounds about the topic, I would begin writing.
I believe this course is pretty much it is. I am very satisfied with experiences in the class as well. If we can add more discussions and activities during the class, I believe it would be more interesting.