Case Studies in Teaching
Present a final set of three teaching case studies to illustrate the points that we have made throughout this volume;
Discuss extensive tasks designed for business students to enable them to practise and develop the skills of negotiating, relationship-building, decision-making, and problem-solving, as these are used by business professionals;
Conclude with recommendations for further readings based on research into spoken and written business discourse.
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