MGMT2110 course syllabus supplement (Riki Takeuchi) Fall 2015

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1 / 5 MGMT 2110: Organizational Behavior Fall 2015 (L10, L12) Performance Evaluation: Assessments & Assignments Examinations (50%, 200 points) Please note the mid-term examination schedule on the syllabus now. If the exam schedule conflicts with your other course or personal commitment, you should consider switching to another section of MGMT 2110 during the add/drop period. There will be two exams in this course (100 points each). They are non-cumulative. The exams focus on the understanding and application of key OB concepts. All course materials assigned readings, lectures, videos, exercises, cases, class exercises, class discussions, guest lectures (if any) are subjected to examination. A make-up exam will only be granted if your absence is due to extraordinary circumstances beyond your control, such as medical emergencies (i.e., Upper Respiratory Infection (flu) is not considered as a medical emergency) . Appropriate documentation is required in order to be considered for a make-up exam. The make-up exam, if granted, will consist of essay questions only (for mid-term) or different set of essay questions (final exam). Your First Team Assignment: Team Introduction Card Due: 21 st September 2015 To enrich your team learning experience, Becky and I will help to form teams for you. There will be ten to twelve teams per class. Each team will have five to seven members. Becky will email you an initial team list by 16 th September, 2015, if necessary. The list will be finalized after the add/drop deadline on 16 th September 2015. I encourage you to coordinate a face-to-face meeting with your team members as soon as you have received your initial team information. The meeting gives you a chance to get to know each other and establish common grounds for the teamwork ahead. You should find out each other’s personality, strengths, schedules, working styles, etc. and discuss important team issues such as team objectives and expectations, decision making and problem solving processes, and team norms. Don t forget to come up with a name for your team! You can end this first meeting with a short celebration such as getting ice-cream together. To help me get to know you and to facilitate project work, please prepare a team introduction card/mini poster as soon as your team member list is confirmed. Include a recent picture, basic information including your name and student ID, and other personal information that you would like to share with me and Becky, such as your hobbies, personality, strengths and weaknesses, and your expectations of this course. Do not forget to include your team name in the introduction card/mini poster and indicate who will be the team leader! ***Note: M ake sure that the ‘you’ in the picture looks like how you are when you come to class!
2 / 5 Team Project: Movie Project (120 Points) Imagine you are watching a latest movie in AMC at Festival Walk but you cannot get your mind off of a topic that you just learned in class. While you are watching a movie, all of a sudden you have a breakthrough in understanding what that topic really means or how it applies in life. You want to

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