Business in Action, Global Edition

John V. Thill, Courtland L. Bovee

For sale by Matt for $70

Business in Action, Global Edition

John V. Thill, Courtland L. Bovee

For sale by Georgia for $15

Business in Action, Global Edition

John V. Thill, Courtland L. Bovee

For sale by Lucy for $45

Business in Action, Global Edition

John V. Thill, Courtland L. Bovee

For sale by Kevin for $40

Business in Action, Global Edition

John V. Thill, Courtland L. Bovee

For sale by Elaine for $50

Business in Action, Global Edition

John V. Thill, Courtland L. Bovee

For sale by Shivesh for $35

Business in Action, Global Edition

John V. Thill, Courtland L. Bovee

For sale by Sarah for $35

Business in Action, Global Edition

John V. Thill, Courtland L. Bovee

For sale by Corey for $50

Business in Action

Courtland L. Bovee, John V. Thill

For sale by Shivesh for $35

Business in Action, Global Edition

John V. Thill, Courtland L. Bovee

For sale by Fiona for $40

BUSS1000 - Condensed notes for last minute exam revision

Written by Georgia

Condensed notes for BUSS 1000. A half-page summary of every week's content. Perfect for cramming!! I...

6 pages, 1505 words

Comprehensive notes for entire BUSS1000 course

Written by Charles

Extremely comprehensive notes that include ALL information from lectures, tutorials and summarised s...

42 pages, 10401 words

BUSS1000 extensive notes - lectures, readings, videos, tutorials

Written by Georgia

Extremely thorough notes for BUSS1000 The Future of Business at USYD. I compiled these notes through...

44 pages, 11249 words

BUSS1000 Future of Business Complete Notes

Written by Mary

High quality notes complied from lecture notes, tutorials, readings and additional Womens College tu...

18 pages, 7791 words

☆★ 2017 BUSS1000 NOTES! DIAGRAMS & COMPREHENSIVE LECTURE NOTES★☆

Written by James

Includes: -Notes for all lectures -Diagrams of content (To help explain visually) -Tutorial conte...

45 pages, 9125 words

FULL NOTES - BUSS1000 - FUTURE OF BUSINESS

Written by Jeffrey

This is a comprehensive summary of the ideas, concepts and frameworks you need for BUSS1000: Future...

40 pages, 9019 words

BUSS1000 FULL NOTES, HIGH HD STUDENT

Written by Brittanie

Full notes inclusive of lecture and readings content. First look at this new unit - learn how to sco...

30 pages, 10839 words

Ivan

$80 per hour

- Ranked 1st & achieved 100% scholarship. - Your results = My Happiness - 5 YEARS experienced tut...

ASMA

$25 per hour

Flexible Prices(See full profile)- I am a doctoral scholar. I can tutor one to one and online for al...

Daniella

$17 per hour

** FIRST 30 mins FREE!! ** Hi Everyone! Need help with your studies? Don't worry, Daniella to th...

Jordan

$60 per hour

I'm currently studying law and commerce at the University of Sydney. I can help you to understand t...

Reviews

Currently attending this course. The lectures are just theoretical and no guidance is provided on how to apply the concepts in a meaningful way. Thus when you attempt assignments, there is literally no way to gauge how well you are doing or the grades you are likely to get. Their assessment is close to being entirely random. Unless this is a core mod for you. Please do not take this course, no one needs this level of randomness in university.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018

.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

Lecturer is engaging and interesting but honestly, not sure how applicable the information learned is to the real world. A lot of the lecture slides are also very vague.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

I tutored this subject privately last semester. I like the idea of the subject as it really gets students thinking outside the box. However, the assignments are incredibly difficult, and seemingly not well planned. Asking students to solve the unsolvable environmental/business issues in their first commerce subject makes for a very tough subject. If you can hold off until 3rd year, when you've got a better understanding, do.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

Lecturer is engaging and interesting but honestly, not sure how applicable the information learned is to the real world. No ability to gauge/ guesstimate your performance in assessments or exams, until after you get marks back, because there marking methods are truly random.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2014

The most boring, most useless subject ever possible. Nothing actually relevant to the real world, just a process of memorising random theories and regurgitating on exam day. No ability to gauge/ guesstimate your performance in assessments or exams, until after you get marks back, because there marking methods are truly random. Good Luck for Future Students.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

Unless you get Steven, the lecturers will legitimately just read off of the slides. The assignments are vague and marked arbitrarily - you can do really well on one and terribly on another with no apparent difference.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

By far the most boring of the compulsory 1st year subjects. I like lecturer Steven Hitchcock who teaches in a relaxed and refreshing way. The subject itself is dry as a bone with endless frameworks and theories which mostly boil down to the idea of sustainability. Assessment tasks (case study and group presentation) are stupid yet time consuming. Lecture slides are very lacking in detail so you essentially have to listen to the lecture (where everyone ends up zoning out). Would have dropped after the first lecture if it weren't compulsory.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

Interesting lecturer, however, poorly set up subject. Honestly would have dropped before census date if it wasn't a core subject. I don't know one person who is happy with this subject.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

Complete waste of time

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017