I signed up for an elective MHR 843 with Professor Rodek. Going into it, I had heard good things about the professor and needed to take an elective and it happened to fit my schedule. Did I have a genuine interest about Org. Change and Turnaround? Probably not.
We had our first class today and TaDa. Boom. It hit me!
I am going to love this class. First, we have a tremendous amount of knowledge and background diversity which is more reflective of the Real World than any class I have previously taken at Fisher in the MLHR program.
Second, Professor Rodek has Real World experience in the subject he is teaching. Not discounting and of the other wonderful professors I have had. It is just very refreshing to take a class where the professor can provide insights and stories and analogies to actual experiences and not just teach us directly from a text.
Finally, in today’s economy of bankruptcy, mergers, restructures, and reorganizations, this class is going to prepare me for when it happens to me in … The Real World.
Needless to say, I am looking forward to this class. I will keep you posted on how it is going, but at this point I recommend it to any MLHR student needing an elective because we are going to be facing these types of challenges in future careers!