Learning Objectives for Management 3000

Learning Objectives for Management 3000 - Management 3000...

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All Segments 1. The professor may announce additions, deletions, or revisions to any of these learning objections for Module 1. These learning objectives are meant to be a guide to your exam preparation, however, understand that the professor may ask an exam question based on ANY lecture discussion or ANY textbook material addressed in Module 1 so be prepared for anything . Segment 1 - Perspectives (Chapter 1, Appendix A) 1. (B) Describe the four key elements that make the current business landscape different form the past? Explain each one and how it impacts managers today. Determine whether or not one is most or least important. 2. (B) Define knowledge management. 3. (B) Discuss the meaning of “collaboration across boundaries”. Explain how the board game ‘Cranium’ illustrates this concept. 4. (B) Summarize the sentiments of Tom Peters, Patricia Seybold, and Krishna Subramnanian from Table 1.1. 5. (B) Describe why erinMedia is innovative. 6. (B) Explain how quality can be measured. 7. (B) Provide examples of a service. Explain how BestBuy illustrates this concept. 8. (B) Explain how Ford and Toyota illustrate the concept of speed. 9. (B) Explain how Wal-Mart illustrates the concept of cost-competitivenes. 10. (B) Summarize the depictions of James McNerney and Michael Dell (From the pages of Business Week). 11. (B) Describe the two criteria used to determine how well a manager does things. 12. (B) Describe the four functions of management. Conclude when each function is performed and whether or not one is most or least important. 13. (B) Describe the activities that planning includes. 14. (B) Define value as it relates to the function of planning. 15. (B) Describe the activities that organizing includes. 16. (B) Discuss the methods used by Ray Ozzie to lead Microsoft (Management Close-Up). 17. (B) Describe how ConAgra controlled a recent outbreak of salmonella infections. 18. (B) Describe the different leadership styles of law firms used by Morton Pierce and Ralph Baxter, Jr. 19. (B) Summarize the three categories and ten key activities of managerial roles from Table 1.3. 20. (B) Explain what it means to be self-reliant. 21. (B) Explain the concept of social capital. 22. (B) Determine whether a passive employee is better or not better than an active contributor. 23. Determine whether the study of management is an art or science, an individual or group activity, an activity involving people or technologies, a theory or a practice. 24. Paraphrase the definitions of the four management functions. 25. Describe the three levels of management and provide an analogy for each level. 26. Summarize the five types of Management Information Flow. 27. Analyze the differences between the Traditional Management (Directive) Model and the Non-
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This note was uploaded on 10/29/2008 for the course MANAGMENT 3000 taught by Professor Waid during the Fall '08 term at Missouri (Mizzou).

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