MAN 3025 Syllabus - Fall 2011 Kinicki book

MAN 3025 Syllabus - Fall 2011 Kinicki book - MAN3025:...

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MAN3025: ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Fall 2011 Dr. Paul A. Fadil Office: 42/3508 Ms. Linda Howell Office: 8/2606 Ms. Andrea Yagecic Office: 42/3508 OFFICE HOURS: M/W after classes. Other times by appointment EMAILS: pfadil@unf.edu , lhowell@unf.edu , fadilclassforum@yahoo.com COURSE DESCRIPTION This is an introductory course in management theory and practice. Management is presented both as a discipline and as a process . The course is built around the fundamental theoretical functions of management and supplemented by materials that focus on current issues affecting the field (quality management, reengineering, empowerment, high-performance work teams, cultural diversity, outsourcing, globalization, ethical dilemmas, value-added management, competency-based career planning and development, project management, value chain management, and changing technology, including electronic commerce and e- business, etc.). Therefore, the first part of the course will focus on the interdisciplinary foundation upon which management is built, while the second part of the course will focus on the application of these theories in the “real world.” OBJECTIVES OF THE COURSE: 1. To acquaint students with the management process . 2. To assist students in developing a variety of management skills . 3. To expose students to a number of “real world” cases . 4. To expose students to a number of self - assessment learning exercises. COGGIN COLLEGE LEARNING OBJECTIVES COVERED IN MAN 3025 (SEE: TABLE NO. 1): The Coggin College has identified seven learning objectives for the undergraduate program. Of these seven, the following six receive high or moderate coverage in MAN 3025. Coggin College undergraduate students will communicate effectively in written, oral and electronic formats (high coverage, specifically with respect to written communication). Coggin College undergraduate students will identify and propose alternatives to reconciling ethical issues in decision-making (high coverage). Coggin College undergraduate students will understand the global economy and recognize the impact of diverse socio-economic and cultural factors on business operations (moderate coverage). Coggin College undergraduate students will acquire knowledge in the major functional areas of business and understand the interrelationships among them (high coverage). Coggin College undergraduate students will acquire content knowledge and skills specifically related to the discipline of management (moderate coverage). REQUIRED TEXT S: Kinicki, A.and B.Williams, Management : A Practical Introduction , 5thEdition , (New York, NY: McGraw-Hill: ISBN 0077396596 ). Maxey-Billings, B. & L. Howell,
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