MGMT509 - Seminar in Management and Leadership MGMT 509...

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Seminar in Management and Leadership MGMT 509 Spring 2009 I. Course Overview This course is the integrating capstone course for the MS Management and Leadership program. The course examines and explores both mainstream and emerging theories and approaches to leadership. Emphasis is on the case study method of examining the applications of leadership principles and theoretical models to varied organizational situations. This course focuses on developing leaders who can effectively deal with the environmental and organizational challenges of the global, Internet age. II. Course Objectives Overall Course Objective : As a result of this course, you will be able to apply the principles and theoretical models to varied organizational situations to effectively lead your organization in turbulent times. III. Required Instructional Materials TEXTS: [N} Northouse, P. G. (2007). Leadership: Theory and Practice . Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications. [S] Wheatley, M. J. (2005). Finding our Way: Leadership in an Uncertain Time . Berrett-Koehler, Inc. [T] Tolle, Eckhart. (1999). Practicing the Power of Now . Novato, CA: New World Library. REFERENCE: American Psychological Association. (2001). Publication Manual of American Psychological Association (5 th ed.). Washington, D.C. 1
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IV. Instructor and Class Information Professor: Dr. Jody Fry Office Secretary: Ms. Gabriele Fischbacher 254-519-5437 Office: Room 130D Tarleton Center Phone: 254-519-5476 (Office) Voice Mail Avalable E-Mail: Web site: Office Hours: M, W 3:00-6:00; T 1:00-1:30; 2:45– 4:45; Th. 1:00-1:30; 2:45-3:45; By appointment V. Course Requirements and Structure A. Individual Participation The most valuable information provided by this course may well come from participation in class; regular participation, therefore is expected. Although attendance is highly encouraged, we recognize that not all students are able to attend each class session. It is the responsibility of each student to notify me of any upcoming absences and makeup any missed subject matter, case studies, videotapes, and assignments. B. Written Work Unless otherwise indicated during class, all homework (including case studies) will be typed, double-spaced, on white 8 ½ x 11 papers, using BLACK ink. Margins will not be less than 1” left and right, not more than 1” top and bottom. Items submitted are expected to be of graduate quality, language, and depth. NO FOLDERS WILL BE USED. Written work will be submitted ( a cover sheet is not necessary) with student name, course number, title of work, date, etc. and stapled at the upper left hand corner. Points may be deducted for poor grammar, spelling, and appearance. C. Reading Assignments
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