Course Title: BUSM 2000Semester: SPR 2020CRN #: 30046Instructor Contact Information: Name: Lisa LewinsPreferred Contact…either Text or Call: 216-346-9036 cellEmail Address: [email protected]Email Etiquette/Subject Line: BUSM 2000 classOffice Location: T-152Office Hours: TUES 3:30-4:30pm WED 10am-5pm THURS 10-11am & 3:30-4:30pm***The preferred method of communication for this course is through text and phone calls.…remember that the most effective way to resolve in-depth issues is through a conversation eitherin person or by telephone. Text or call 7 days per week between 9 a.m. and 9 p.m. Emails willreceive a response within several days. Class Meeting Days and Times: Online onlyRequired Text(s): Kinicki and Williams, Management: A Practical Introduction, Eighth ed; NY, NY: McGraw-Hill Educ., 2018Course Description: BUSM 2000 Principles of Management (TAG) Prerequisite: BUSM 1300 This advanced course is an in-depth study of the classic management functions of planning, organizing, leading and controlling. It supplies techniques for carrying out each of these functions. Students will participate in extended discussion and practice decision-making and problem-solving techniques. (3 contact hours) Content Outline: available upon requestCourse Objectives: 1. Provide an in-depth study of the classic management functions. 2. Acquaint students with the historical development and pioneers in the evolution of management as a field of study and practical application. 3. Provide opportunities for students to learn and practice decision making and problem solving skills. 4. Develop orenhance students’ ability to evaluate and analyze situations in order to apply relevant techniques and skills. 5. Examine issues involving the application of management ethics.Attendance Policy:Each student is expected to participate in online class discussion by posting an original comment by Friday evening and responding to one other post by Monday evening at 11 p.m. Any student who misses more than 2 DISCUSSION BOARD FORUMS will lose a percentage of the Attendance and Participation pointsthat account for 20% of the semester grade. Expand on the 1
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