MGM101H5F Outline - Appleyard - MANAGEMENT PROGRAM...

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MANAGEMENT PROGRAM D EPARTMENT OF M ANAGEMENT U NIVERSITY OF T ORONTO , M ISSISSAUGA MGM 101H5F – Introduction to Management Functions MGM 101H5F – Introduction to Management Functions Course Outline – Fall, 2008 Course Outline – Fall, 2008 CC1080 (CCIT Building, Ground Floor Lecture Hall) Tuesdays & Thursdays 9:00 -10:00am (Section L0101) Course Instructor: Professor James Appleyard K212 (Kaneff Centre); Tuesdays & Thursdays 10:00-11:00am, and 12:00-12:30pm Course Administrator: Kathy Falk K213; Mondays: 2 – 3pm & 5 – 6pm; Tuesdays: 12 – 6pm, or by appointment This course outline provides an overview of MGM 101, including: 1. the scope and aims of the course p. 2 2. information on the textbooks and online learning resource p. 2 3. background and contact information for the instructors p. 3 4. an overview of the evaluation methods p. 4 5. information about tests and the final exam p. 4 6. the course website p. 6 7. strategies for success in MGM 101 p. 7 8. course expectations and standards p. 7 9. a timetable for the lectures, assigned readings p. 9 Here is a summary of the KEY COURSE INFORMATION: MGM101H5F – COURSE OUTLINE 1 of 9 COURSE WEBSITE: accessed through your Blackboard account THREE TEST DATES: Tues. Sept 30, Thurs. Oct 30, Tues. Nov 25 EXAM DATE: TBA GRADES: Best 2 out of 3 TESTS 60%; FINAL EXAM 40% LAST COURSE DROP DATE: November 3 rd , 2008
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1. The Scope and Aims of the Course This course is designed to introduce you to the principal functional disciplines of management. It will develop your understanding of what organisations do, and how they are managed across a broad range of functions. The course also provides an introduction to the analytical tools for understanding various types and sizes of organisations and their management, and utilizes case studies and real world illustrations of these activities. MGM 101 is the first of two courses together with MGM 102, (which is offered during the term beginning January 2009) designed to provide an introduction to the academic discipline of Management. It is a prerequisite course for entry to the Management and Commerce Programs at U of T Mississauga. There are lecture sessions held on Tuesday & Thursday mornings each week during the fall term. The lectures extend the study of the assigned text readings and introduce applications of the models and topics; videos are also used occasionally to illustrate management in action. 2. Text s and iStudy Online Learning Resource 1. The texts for the course cover the Canadian business environment, the functional fields of business, and current challenges for management, as well as numerous real Nickels, McHugh, McHugh, Berman & Cossa, Understanding Canadian Business: Custom Publication for MGM 101,
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