The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on August 21, 1987 · Page 8
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 8

Baytown, Texas
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Friday, August 21, 1987
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•-A THE BAYTOWN SUN l>idny, August 21, Mi? Microcomputers part of class 'Managing a New Enterprise' new LG course this fall, the tee College Management Department will again offer the • "Managing a New Enterprise" course which is designed to give practical information to small business owners and operators, or those considering beginning a small business. According to Bryan Morgan, Lee College instructor, the students in the course use microcomputers to develop a small business plan. "Developing this plan gives a vast amount of information to the student about cash flow, inventory management, breakeven analysis, and most other important aspects of running a small business," Morgan said. The course has attracted many students in the past. Many of the students who have taken the course already own a small business. Morgan said that these students "really appreciate what we do for them because they see the usefulness of what we have to say." PLITT Morgan has extensive experience in assisting small businesses to succeed, including manufacturers, apparel shops, fast-food restaurants, distributors and others. "My experience has provided me with many clues on how a small business can be successful," Morgan said. There are other courses which are being taught in which small business owners and operators might be interested. One of these is a course which provides the student with information about the use of dBase III, a very powerful database program for businesses. "This course begins with computer basics and progresses rapidly to database programming," said Morgan. He added that "anyone can understand and use this program, so no one should feel intimidated by the course." Another course "Management Seminar" teaches students how to use microcomputers to solve a variety of business problems. Morgan said that "managing information is just as important as managing people if small businesses are to succeed, so we provide them with basic skills which they will find immediately useful." ; ' All three courses will be taught at Lee College's new Management Productivity Laboratory which is in its first full year of operation. This laboratory has state of the art computer equipment found in many businesses. Those desiring further' information should contact Bryan Morgan at 425-6420. Registration is Aug. 24-29. Op«n arms i Iralpinf for Hi* bem*l«ti 41LM4I THEATRES SAT. * SUN. FWST AFTERNOON | CINEMA SIX U MMWK1D 1 :OM:15-5:20-7:35-9;<5 «•»««) 12:40-3:10-5:25-7:40-9:55 •CTti S»H(rt11)l:10-3:IO-5:l07:10-9:IO MTT Wl ilff(FtH) 12:50-3:05-5:05-7:20-9:20 SINEWd) 12:30-3:00-5:15-7:30-9:50 FftLKTM. 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