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MGMT 251 Syllabus


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MGMT 251 MANAGING ORGANIZATIONS AND PEOPLE II Spring 2010 TTR 1:15 – 2:30 PM Professor Jennifer Johnson PBL 225; 216-368-2092; [email protected] Office hours: TTR 10:30 – 11:30 AM, or by appointment Weylin Burlingame Room # 420-5 Email: [email protected] We have designed course activities to help students: Demonstrate an understanding of how the effective strategic management of people contributes to organizational performance. Demonstrate how managerial decisions concerning human resources are made within the context of an organization's strategy, politics, and culture. Gain experience meeting an objective through team participation. Develop professional presentation skills. Continue to develop an accurate self-assessment of current skill levels that are relevant to achieving key career and personal goals. Develop a realistic plan to achieve key career and personal goals. This syllabus is equivalent to a blank contract. Please read it carefully and keep a copy handy so that you can refer to it in between classes. Changes to the syllabus will be announced in class and via Blackboard, so please make sure that you have activated your Blackboard account, you have access to the course account, and you check it regularly. The contract is not activated until Professor Johnson and you sign a grading contract. The deadline for signing a grading contract: the last day of drop/add for the spring 2010 semester, January 22. Academic Integrity All students in this course are expected to adhere to university standards of academic integrity. Cheating, plagiarism, and other forms of academic dishonesty will not be tolerated in this course. This includes, but is not limited to, consulting with another person while working on an individual paper, turning in written work that was prepared by someone other than you, and making minor modifications to the work of someone else and turning it in as your own. Ignorance will not be permitted as an excuse. If you are not sure whether something you plan to submit would be considered either cheating or plagiarism, it is your responsibility to ask for clarification. Either ask the professor or TA about it or consult credible sources of information on the subject. Special Session We have scheduled three special sessions this semester: 1
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* Emotional Intelligence – January 27 from 6:30 – 8:00 PM * Stress Management – March 16 from 6:30 – 8:00 PM * MGMT 251 in Action – April 8 from 6:30 – 8:00 PM Each special session will substitute for a regular class meeting. See pages 9-11 for further details. Please let me know immediately of any conflicts you have. Required Reading Materials: * Bolman, Lee G., and T. E. Deal. 2008. Reframing Organizations . (4 th Edition) Jossey-Bass. ISBN-13: 978-0787987992 * XanEdu coursepack - http://www.xanedu.com/ (register and pay the fee on the website in order to access the coursepack; for help call 800-218-5971, or send an email to [email protected] ) In addition, we will collect $3.50 from each of you in class for negotiation role play materials that will be used in February.
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