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Developing Communication Skills of Bachelors of Management Using Poster Presentations During their Training Internship
Abstract.The authors of the article analyze the experience in developing communication skills of would-be business managers during their training internship carried out at Graduate School of Business under Lomonosov Moscow State University. The authors underline the importance of poster presentation as a form of information presentation and describe organisational and pedagogical conditions, teaching principles, evaluation and supervision methods that allowed the teachers of Graduate School of Business to raise their efficiency in developing communication skills needed for interacting with leadership of business companies. To prove their hypothesis about efficient development of communication skills in general and poster presentation skills in particular, the authors have used a combination of methods, both theoretical (analysis, systematization, classification and others) and experimental (questionnairy, interview, observation, pedagogical experiment, tests and etc.). The main conclusion of this research carried at Graduate School of Business under Lomonosov Moscow State University is that certain organisational and pedagogical conditions of training internship and communication with employers allow to raise efficiency of developing communication skills of would-be business managers based on the principles of the crossdisciplinary approach, continuity and superposition.
Keywords: tertiary education, skill-oriented approach, crossdisciplinary approach, bachelors of management, professional training, training internship, poster presentation, written communication, communication skills, oral communication
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