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Management 3303.254 Course Introduction uesdays 6:30 p m 15 p m Tuesdays 6:30 p.m. – 9:15 p.m. Lecturer Mr. Brad Fregger
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Management 3303.254 Student Introduction ho are you and why are you here? Who are you and why are you here? Name Major Why are you here? What do you hope to gain?
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Management 3303.254 Professor Introduction ho am I ? Who am I ? Name What else do I do? Accomplishments Why am I here?
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Management 3303.254 Course Introduction n exceptional team is a diverse group of dividuals An exceptional team is a diverse group of individuals, each exhibiting initiative, courage, and integrity. Diversity is the key.” You create and lead exceptional teams by: finding the right people, showing them how good they are, and getting out of t heir way. It is critical that they’re aimed in the right direction and stay on course. his is hilosoph f management his ill so e e fo ndation This is my philosophy of management. This will also be the foundation of the learning that you will experience in taking this section.
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Course Description The analysis of the functions and theories of management in the modern organization; the study of internal and external environmental factors affecting organizational efficiency and effectiveness; the applications of quantitative and behavioral sciences to the study of management. In addition, students will be exposed to the necessity of leadership, teamwork, and diversity as being requisite to maintaining and transforming the organization; including the characteristics and modus operandi of the effective leader.
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Course Process The courses focuses on lectures and presentations resentations Presentations Textbook material and associated research Lecture eadership issues and major ncept pport Leadership issues and major concept support
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Learning Objectives To provide an overview of the management process in organizational settings by focusing on basic managerial functions: planning, organizing, leading, monitoring, and controlling. To know and understand modern management theories and concepts, as well as the major historical events and contributors to management theory.
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This note was uploaded on 05/01/2008 for the course MGT 3303 taught by Professor Bell during the Spring '08 term at Texas State.

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