Management in Life
You have just been elected president of your co-ed business fraternity at your university. You joined the fraternity during your freshman year with the promise of working on projects that would offer real-world business experience. Unfortunately, the opportunities to work on projects have been few and far between. Your fraternity has a lot of social events–which you love–but you wish your chapter spent more time completing service activities and projects for local companies. As the new president, you plan to propose a strategy that focuses on completing service and for-profit projects that will give your members real-world business experience.
Which of the following would be effective methods of implementing the new strategy for your business fraternity? Check all that apply.
A) Recruit new members that are interested and excited about gaining real-world business experience.
B) Set a goal of completing more projects that will give your members real-world business experience.
C) Communicate your strategy to the chapter and allow members to discuss and offer suggestions on how to implement the strategy.
D) Define specific goals and provide metrics that allow the chapter members to measure their performance.
E) Talk to your roommates, who are also in the fraternity, about your new strategy and solicit their support.