Every teacher, especially those of courses related to business management, has the challenge of preparing their students for the daily life they will face in companies.
The teacher Daniel Lee
(photo), from the University of Caxias do Sul, is an example of how you can do this. He inserted the Scoreplan in his graduate classes in business management and obtained excellent results.
Continue Reading to understand what was the goal of Professor Ronald, how he used the software in his classes and what results he obtained!
Integrating the concepts and sharing of business information so that students could see in practice how to perform a strategic planning.
Professor of the discipline strategic management and innovation in the postgraduate course in business management of UCS, Campus de Guaporé-RS, Oliveira tells that he always sought to insert the technology in his classes. “Most of the time, resources are used as editors of texts and spreadsheets, which do not have the integration of concepts and the sharing of information of the model adopted by the company in a virtual environment”.
During the course of the discipline, explains, exercises and practices are carried out that allow students to build a strategic management model, including strategic planning and their developments.
In tune with the digital transformation and the ease of technological insertion in the market, Ronald went on to look for practical and efficient solutions to make his lessons even more realistic. “My search is always for providing access to modern management tools that are available for use in organizations. This, in all certainty, brings a competitive advantage to students. “
Insert the Scoreplan in the classes for students to practice strategic planning in a systematic way to visualize the results.
In a business meeting, Professor Ronald ended up knowing the Scoreplan, a system of optimization and integration of the process of elaboration, execution and monitoring of objectives, indicators and action plans. A solution incorporating globally widespread methodologies — taught in graduate school in business management.
Ronald thought that using this system would be an effective way to combine theory and practice in his classes. “My goal was to provide practical use of the theory addressed in the discipline. That is, use a set of techniques and tools that facilitate the achievement of strategic objectives. And Scoreplan is perfect for this, even because students can make use of the Balanced Scorecard, among other methods, in a simple and effective way, “says the professor.
With more dynamic and interactive classes, students built strategic planning and measured results in real time
“The use of a software allowed to broaden the practice of the concepts developed during the discipline, facilitating a greater interaction of the students and the exchange of experiences, thus expanding the dissemination of knowledge,”celebrates the teacher Ronald Lopes Oliveira.
According to him, the students praised the methodology and the use of the tool, because the software facilitated the understanding of the concepts and allowed to put into practice the concepts developed in class. “The main benefit is to allow them to have access to a modern management tool that is available for use in organizations.”
And more: For Professor Ronald, the systematic of Scoreplan also provided greater richness in discussing the concepts among students about the challenge to be built. “With the system in operation, the exchange of information and the sharing of experiences among the students was much higher than that normally occurs, “he says. “Without a detailed training, they managed to build a company’s planning and were able to assess the importance of data recording on a platform of excellence. “