MGM_280_-_fall_10_syllabus

MGM_280_-_fall_10_syllabus - MGM 280 Principles of...

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MGM 280 Principles of Management, Fall 2010 Instructor: Dr. Faten Moussa Office: Redcay 134 Phone: 564-4220 E-mail: [email protected] Learning Objectives : LO1: Core Functions of Management: Students will demonstrate an understanding of the core functions of Management Measurements: Exams, self-assessment, and case analysis. LO2: Problem Solving: Students will develop an ability to access, analyze, and` respond to rapidly shifting internal and external managerial environments. Measurements: Case analysis with rubric LO3: Group Interaction: Students will develop more effective group interaction skills Measurements: Peer evaluations, evaluation of group projects LO4: Self-Understanding: Students will develop a more robust understanding of their capabilities and motivation regarding managerial concerns. Measurements: Self-assessment instruments LO5: Social and Ethical Issues Raised by Managerial Activities: Students will demonstrate an understanding of the social and ethical contexts engaging the managerial environment. Measurements: Decision Framing Rubric Required Texts Bateman, T., & Snell, S. 2011 (9 th Ed.). Management McGraw-Hill IRWIN Course Perspectives -- 1
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There exist “perspectives” that form the context for business activities and study. Knowledge relating to such perspectives receives, to a greater or lesser extent, emphasis in all business and economics courses. To the extent specified on the matrix below, faculty in the department teaching this course cover these perspectives through examples, case studies, assignments or reading material. Similarly, a particular course may provide, in one way or another, opportunities for students to enhance their performance or understanding with respect to specified skills. For this particular course, the emphasis given to enhancing knowledge of selected perspectives and developing particular skills, ranging from none to high is as follows: Skills Enhancement N o n e L o w M o d H i g h Written Communication X Oral Communication x Mathematical Analysis x Statistical Analysis x Computer Literacy x Team Building X Research Methods x X Knowledge Enhancement N o n e L o w M o d H i g h Ethical x Global x Political, Social and Legal x Regulatory x Environnemental x Technological x Demographic Diversity x 2
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Overview This course is about organizations and their management. It is an attempt to facilitate understanding of the managerial role in a complex and dynamic society. A large number of management theories, concepts and tools will be discussed. After mastering this course the student should be able to: a. Realize the importance of management in modern societies. b. Describe and classify different management concepts and tools.
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