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titleix.tulane.edu . Any and all of your communications on these matters will be treated as either “Confidential” or “Private” as explained in the chart below. Please know that if you choose to confide in me I am mandated by the university to report to the Title IX Coordinator, as Tulane and I want to be sure you are connected with all the support the university can offer. You do not need to respond to outreach from the university if you do not want. You can also make a report yourself, including an anonymous report, through the form at tulane.edu/concerns . 4
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Confidential Private Except in extreme circumstances, involving imminent danger to one’s self or others, nothing will be shared without your explicit permission. Conversations are kept as confidential as possible, but information is shared with key staff members so the University can offer resources and accommodations and take action if necessary for safety reasons. Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS) | (504) 314- 2277 or The Line (24/7) | (504) 264- 6074 Case Management & Victim Support Services | (504) 314-2160 or [email protected] Student Health Center | (504) 865-5255 Tulane University Police (TUPD) | Uptown - (504) 865-5911. Downtown – (504) 988-5531 Sexual Aggression Peer Hotline and Education (SAPHE) | (504) 654-9543 Title IX Coordinator | (504) 314- 2160 or [email protected] It’s also at S PECIFIC C OURSE P OLICIES Students are expected to bring name placards to each class. We will follow the material in the course outline in a sequential manner. Students are expected to maintain an awareness of where we are at in terms of covering material and prepare for subsequent material. If you miss a class, you are responsible for obtaining notes from classmates. Please note that case analyses and write-ups as well as responses to other assignments should be made without assistance from members of this class (outside the team) or other students taking MGMT 3010. Any breach of this rule is considered a violation of the Tulane and Freeman Honor Code. If you have any questions about what is or is not acceptable in preparing your case analyses, please let me know. Cell phones, computers and other electronic devices should be turned off during class unless otherwise noted. For ALL exams, once the first person has handed in their exam, no student will be allowed to begin an exam. 5
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CLASS SCHEDULE (subject to change) T 1/15---Overview of MGMT 3010 R 1/17 and T 1/22--- Importance of People and Management Pfeffer and Veiga. Putting people first for organizational success, Academy of Management Executive , 1999 Pfeffer and Sutton, Evidence-based management, Harvard Business Review, 2006 Pfeffer and Sutton, Trust the evidence, not your instincts, New York Times, 2011: R 1/24 and T 1/29--- Organizational Culture Presentation by Cynthia Fransen, Director of the Writing Center Organizational culture, socialization, and mentoring. From Kreitner and Kinicki, Organizational Behavior (10 th Ed.), Chapter 3 (page 61- 85), 2013.
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  • Spring '13
  • Burke
  • Writing, The Land, Organizational studies, Harvard Business School, Tulane University

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