fall term events

House of Strategies

Thursday, October 18, 2018

A simulation event that places teams of students in the middle of high-intensity, live business conflicts faced by professionals in the working world. Students from a variety of disciplines must come together as a cohesive team using past knowledge and resources on hand to present their solutions before a panel of judges.

What's Your Point?

Tuesday, November 20, 2018

This first of its kind event at the Alberta School of Business invites students to test one of their most important business skills: presentation. Teams of two will present a short presentation and field Q&A for approximately five minutes. The catch? Teams will have never seen the slides before. This event teaches the valuable skill of quick thinking and teamwork in a time pressured setting. No preparation necessary (or possible).

Winter term events

Student SMOCase

January 2019

Interviews of different first year students. To be featured on our website and social media.

Negotiation Workshop and Competition

Friday/Saturday, February 1/2, 2019

In the third annual Negotiation Competition held at the Alberta School of Business, students across all faculties have an opportunity to apply their acquired knowledge about negotiating. A team representing one party negotiates either a transaction or the resolution of a dispute with an opposing team of students. It teaches the valuable skill of negotiating in a time pressured simulation setting.

fall term events

House of Strategies

Thursday, October 18, 2018

A simulation event that places teams of students in the middle of high-intensity, live business conflicts faced by professionals in the working world. Students from a variety of disciplines must come together as a cohesive team using past knowledge and resources on hand to present their solutions before a panel of judges.

What's Your Point?

Tuesday, November 20, 2018

This first of its kind event at the Alberta School of Business invites students to test one of their most important business skills: presentation. Teams of two will present a short presentation and field Q&A for approximately five minutes. The catch? Teams will have never seen the slides before. This event teaches the valuable skill of quick thinking and teamwork in a time pressured setting. No preparation necessary (or possible).

Winter term events

Student SMOCase

January 2019

Interviews of different first year students. To be featured on our website and social media.

Negotiation Workshop and Competition

Friday/Saturday, February 1/2, 2019

In the third annual Negotiation Competition held at the Alberta School of Business, students across all faculties have an opportunity to apply their acquired knowledge about negotiating. A team representing one party negotiates either a transaction or the resolution of a dispute with an opposing team of students. It teaches the valuable skill of negotiating in a time pressured simulation setting.

fall term events

House of Strategies

A simulation event that places teams of students in the middle of high-intensity, live business conflicts faced by professionals in the working world. Students from a variety of disciplines must come together as a cohesive team using past knowledge and resources on hand to present their solutions before a panel of judges.

What's Your Point?

Tuesday, November 20, 2018

This first of its kind event at the Alberta School of Business invites students to test one of their most important business skills: presentation. Teams of two will present a short presentation and field Q&A for approximately five minutes. The catch? Teams will have never seen the slides before. This event teaches the valuable skill of quick thinking and teamwork in a time pressured setting. No preparation necessary (or possible).

Winter term events

Student SMOCase

January 2019

Interviews of different first year students. To be featured on our website and social media.

Negotiation Workshop and Competition

Friday/Saturday, February 1/2, 2019

In the third annual Negotiation Competition held at the Alberta School of Business, students across all faculties have an opportunity to apply their acquired knowledge about negotiating. A team representing one party negotiates either a transaction or the resolution of a dispute with an opposing team of students. It teaches the valuable skill of negotiating in a time pressured simulation setting.

fall term events

Final Piece

Monday, September 30, 2019

The SMO Club presents Final Piece - Professional Presentations; a workshop on how to deliver a polished presentation that will impress your audience. The Final Piece of the puzzle to create a complete picture is a powerful presentation, so come join us to learn how you can make the most of your presentations. 

What's Your Powerpoint?

Thursday, October 10, 2019

This first of its kind event at the Alberta School of Business invites students to test one of their most important business skills: presentation. Teams of two will present a short presentation and field Q&A for approximately five minutes. The catch? Teams will have never seen the slides before. This event teaches the valuable skill of quick thinking and teamwork in a time pressured setting. No preparation necessary (or possible).

House of Strategies

Tuesday, November 7, 2019

A simulation event that places teams of students in the middle of high-intensity, live business conflicts faced by professionals in the working world. Students from a variety of disciplines must come together as a cohesive team using past knowledge and resources on hand to present their solutions before a panel of judges.

Winter term events

GamePlan

Saturday, February 29, 2020

Each case is a business strategy case sponsored by a company that is looking at hiring a summer student (internship or job). Each company is going to be the judge/interviewee of the participants partaking in the case. Participants will be competing for an interview/ internship/summer job from the company.

Negotiation Workshop and Competition

Friday/Saturday, March 20/21, 2020

In the third annual Negotiation Competition held at the Alberta School of Business, students across all faculties have an opportunity to apply their acquired knowledge about negotiating. A team representing one party negotiates either a transaction or the resolution of a dispute with an opposing team of students. It teaches the valuable skill of negotiating in a time pressured simulation setting.

To continuously offer opportunities which empower undergraduate students to

understand and adopt the essential skills learned in the study of strategic management

and organization.

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