When assembled correctly, diverse teams consistently outperform homogeneous teams in a wide range of fields. They come up with more creative ideas. They make better decisions. And particularly in the business world, they produce more sales revenue and profit. Yet many organizations still can't figure out how to create and maintain these kinds of teams.
This course explores that disconnect through a combination of low-stakes practice and high-stakes projects. You'll form diverse teams. You'll critique diverse teams. And along the way, you'll have plenty of opportunities to develop two skills that can help members of any team operate more effectively: speaking well and writing well.
For details on class times, days of the week, instructors, and grading and exam details, please view the Michigan Law Class Schedule.