MGT 3013 Spring 2012

MGT 3013 Spring 2012 - MGT 3013.007 Introduction to...

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MGT 3013.007 Introduction to Organization Theory, Behavior, and Management Spring 2012 2:00 – 3:15 pm, TR, BB 2.01.02 Dr. CMRamirez 1 Instructor: Office Hours: Consuelo M. Ramirez, PhD TR: 10:30 – 11:00 a.m. 12:15 – 1:15 p.m. 4:45 – 5:15 p.m. Or by appointment. Office, BB 4.05.12 Email: [email protected] Office phone: 458–4781(voice mail) or via Blackboard (either one preferred) REQUIRED TEXTBOOK: Daft, Richard (2010) Management, 10 th Ed., Mason, OH: Thomson Higher Education. Textbook ISBN-13: 978-0-538-47953-0 SYLLABUS & COURSE OUTLINE COURSE OBJECTIVES: This course is designed to introduce you to the complex role that leaders and managers play in creating and maintaining organizations. Organization theory and behavior are explored within the context of the changing technological, social, political/legal, and global business environments. An introduction to ethics, human resource management, decision making, planning, organizing, strategy formulation and strategy implementation will be presented. You will also be able to learn the language, concepts and theories of modern leadership and management thinking and practice. The overall course objectives are: To give students an opportunity to gain factual knowledge (terminology, concepts, trends) in the area of Organization Theory, Behavior, and Management.
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MGT 3013.007 Introduction to Organization Theory, Behavior, and Management Spring 2012 2:00 – 3:15 pm, TR, BB 2.01.02 Dr. CMRamirez 2 To give students an opportunity to learn the fundamental principles, generalizations, and theories related to Organization Theory, Behavior, and Management. COURSE GOALS: Develop an understanding of quantitative and non-quantitative decision making. Understand the importance of business communication to management. Develop an understanding of the use of current information technology as applied to management. Understand the importance of ethical issues in a business decision- making context. Understand the importance of a global perspective in business. METHODS OF ACCOMPLISHING COURSE GOALS/OBJECTIVES: Lectures Class discussions Self Assessments Individual Examinations/Quizzes Class Participation STUDENT RESPONSIBILITIES or THE TOP TEN LIST OF MGT 3013 1. You are responsible for reading text assignments, attending and participating in class, taking necessary notes, preparing for and completing exams. This includes being responsible for assignments if you are absent for any reason. All information/material covered in
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