Research_Paper_Template_-_Principles_of_Management_Oct_08

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PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT APPLIED RESEARCH (PUT ORGANIZATIONAL NAME HERE) Your Name Instructor’s Name Park University Internet Campus A course paper presented to the School for Arts and Sciences and Distance Learning in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Baccalaureate Principles of Management Park University Month, Year
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TABLE OF CONTENTS Page INTRODUCTION ............................................................................................................ X BODY ............................................................................................................................... X Diversity Management .......................................................................................... X Ethical, Social, and Legal Responsibilities ........................................................... X International Business ........................................................................................... X General Planning & Strategic Planning ................................................................ X Organizing Work and Synergism .......................................................................... X Organization Structure and Chart .......................................................................... X Work Team Utilization ......................................................................................... X Staffing .................................................................................................................. X Employee Training and Development .................................................................. X Motivating Employees .......................................................................................... X Leadership and Management ................................................................................ X Managing Conflict and Stress ............................................................................... X Managing Change ................................................................................................. X Controlling ............................................................................................................ X Appraising and Rewarding .................................................................................... X Operations Management and Plans ....................................................................... X Operations Control ................................................................................................ X CONCLUSION ................................................................................................................. X 2
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REFERENCES .................................................................................................................. X 3
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INTRODUCTION Example: Park University is traditionally an “institution of higher learning committed to the pursuit of knowledge, to intellectual and social development and to work and serve within a non-sectarian Christian setting” (Park 1, 2000, p. 11)….. TRANSITION PARAGRAPH Transition from introduction to the body… BODY Example: Specific goals ……body includes: (a) international business, (b) legal, ethical and social responsibilities, (c) planning to include strategic…, (XXXXX & YYYY, 1995, p. 18). Diversity Management See Rue & Byars, Management: Skills and Application Chapter 1 Ethical, Social, and Legal Responsibilities See Rue & Byars, Management: Skills and Application Chapter 5 International Business
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