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Organizing a Curriculum

In the education market can be seen thousands of courses, and on the shelves of bookstores – thousands of books and textbooks. The question immediately arises: Which of them are good and which – "not much"? How to distinguish a good book on the "so-so"? For some training programs can learn, and for some – not? Give their vision of the problem as an example the development of such complex activities as "administration". For other professions, the rules described below may be a little different. If we examine the books / tutorials / courses on management, we can see most of them – names, terms, buzzwords, and the transfer of anything list. Let's call them "sources" in the style "A". Style "A" – it's just trash.

Realizing the futility of them, the creators of such sources of information are trying to make them better, increasing their unit "financial-economic" issues (accounting, fin.analiz), history management (who, when and why was born, where he was and what he did), etc. The quality of the material from this (in quotes) "improvement" only falls, as it – information that is useless for control. From some "sources" You can find out 'what to do. " This style – already better than the last. We call his style "B", and mark it with a separate unit. "B" – this knowledge, "What should be done." "Who is guilty?" And "What to do?" – Two questions that tormented everyone who People are constantly asking themselves, and who are looking for answers.

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