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Course Syllabus for EMGT 314, Introduction to Management for Engineers and Scientists Spring 2012 1-1:50pm MWF* 260 Toomey Hall *Late arrival of professor: In the event that no prior notice is given via Bb or in class, students are required to wait 15 minutes before departing Professor: Dr. Suzanna Long, Assistant Professor, EMSE Office: 215 EMGT Building Office Hours: 3-4:30pm MW; and by arrangement. If the door is open and I’m free, knock and come on in! Office Phone: 573/341-7621 Email: [email protected] ** **Email is the preferred method of contact after hours. I will check my email until about 9pm each night and will respond as promptly as possible. There may be delays in response during weekends and professional travel. Please be patient; I will respond! Course Site: Students may access Power-Points and other course materials using Blackboard (Bb) BOOK Required text: Organizational Behavior, 9 th edition by Robert Kreitner and Angelo Kinicki. COURSE DESCRIPTION This course explores the transition of the engineer or scientist to manager; study of management roles and theory, organizational systems and behavior, managing and motivating technical personnel, leadership, communication, processes, and customer focus. Prerequisite: Graduate standing. COURSE LEARNING OBJECTIVES Upon completion of the course, the student should be able to: 1. Discuss and apply the theoretical foundations of management and behavior in modern organizations. 2. Understand the importance of globalization and sustainability to the success of the organization. 3. Evaluate ethics and ethical discussion making and understand the ambiguity involved. 4. Consider the change process and its impact on organizational behavior COURSE OUTLINE Part One: World of Organizational Behavior 1.
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