MGMT 3030 Syllabus SPRING 2008

MGMT 3030 Syllabus SPRING 2008 - MGMT 3030 Critical...

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MGMT 3030 Critical Leadership and Management Skills Spring 2008 Instructor: Stacy Saturay E-mail: [email protected] Class Meeting Times: Wednesdays 6:00-9:00 PM Office Hours: Tuesdays 3:30-5:30 PM Office: KOBL 451 Office Phone: 303-492-1052 Required Texts: Developing Management Skills, 7 th Ed. David A. Whetten & Kim S. Cameron Custom casebook available at CU Bookstore Course Description: This course is designed to teach you behavior that is consistent with that of an efficient and effective manager. It focuses more on active involvement and self-evaluation than other courses. Most class periods will be spent in practice exercises and student involvement rather than in a lecture format. In order to make our daily discussions more interesting and meaningful, you need to have read the assigned material before coming to class . Cold calling may be employed in order to facilitate class discussion. The desired outcomes of the course include: 1. Increasing your understanding of core behavioral principles upon which important management skills are based. 2. Fostering improved competency in several critical management skills, such as communication skills, conflict management skills, and team-building skills. 3. Helping to prepare you to transfer this learning and improvement to real-life, out-of-class settings. Course Requirements include: Case Preparations (70%) – Prior to most class periods, you will need to read the assigned chapter as well as the supplementary case in your case book. I will assign a series of questions to be answered by you either online via CULearn or to be turned in to me in class. These questions will act as your preparation for our class discussion. There will be 8 assignments and your lowest grade will be dropped, resulting in the remaining 7 assignments each being worth 10% of your total grade.
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