Dr. Bateh believes that organizations are seeking graduates that have the ability to identify a problem and objective, apply theoretical concepts to solving the problem, identify who the key stakeholders are, and present conclusions or recommendations to key stakeholders in a clear and concise form. In other words, he believes in teaching students not only how to identify a problem, but how to solve problems. Specifically, Dr. Bateh’s teaching activities are designed to encourage students to think quantitatively to solve problems and issues in management.
He is academically qualified to teach in the following disciplines:
- Operations Management/Supply Chain (18+ graduate hours)
- Statistics/Quantitative Methods (18+ graduate hours)
- Management (18+ graduate hours)
- Leadership (18+ graduate hours)
- Business Administration (18+ graduate hours)