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The Second City business case study set

Author: Bruce MacLeanAndrew AlexanderKelly LeonardCaroline RauchiGreg SharrowAll authors
Publisher: Valparaiso, Ind. : World Class Communication Technologies ; Olathe, Kan. : Distributed by ACT Media Productions, 2007.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : Partial animation : English
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The Second City began in 1959 when a group of adventurous University of Chicago students combined satirical sketch comedy and live improvisation and performed shows inside a local coffee shop. They created a unique style of comedy that revolutionized the industry.
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Genre/Form: Case studies
Material Type: Partial animation, Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Bruce MacLean; Andrew Alexander; Kelly Leonard; Caroline Rauchi; Greg Sharrow; Beth Klingerman; Paul D Fagan; Daniel Carr; Jessica Robbins; ACT Media Productions.; World Class Communication Technologies.
OCLC Number: 608582037
Notes: Co-owners: Andrew Alexander, Executive/Producer, Kelly Leonard, Caroline Rauchi.
Credits: Editor: Greg Sharrow, Producer: Beth Klingerman, Producer/Director: Paul D. Fagan, Writers: Daniel Carr, Jessica Robbins.
Performer(s): Executive producer: Bruce MacLean.
Description: 1 videodisc (30 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD.
Contents: pt. 1. Starting and growing your business --
pt. 2. Business in a global economy --
pt. 3. Marketing management --
pt. 4. Managing financial resources --
pt. 5. Managing technology and information --
pt. 6. Empowering people.
Other Titles: Second City touring comany
Responsibility: Executive producer: Bruce N. MacLean.
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The Second City began in 1959 when a group of adventurous University of Chicago students combined satirical sketch comedy and live improvisation and performed shows inside a local coffee shop. They created a unique style of comedy that revolutionized the industry.

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