|Course ID:||MGMT 3000. 3 hours. |
|Course Title:||Principles of Management|
|Management functions and processes as applied to organizations and to individuals in organizations. Topics to be covered include strategy, job and organization design, ethics and social responsibility, diversity, global influences, leadership, motivation, human resource management, and organizational change. Other emerging managerial issues may be introduced.|
|Oasis Title:||Principles of Management|
|Duplicate Credit:||Not open to students with credit in MGMT 3000H, MGMT 3000E, MGMT 3001, MGMT 3001H|
|Prerequisite:||(ACCT 2101 or ACCT 2101E or ACCT 2101H) and (MIST 2090 or MIST 2090E or MIST 2190H or CSCI 1100-1100L)|
|Pre or Corequisite:||(FINA 3000 or FINA 3000E or FINA 3000H) and (MARK 3000 or MARK 3000E or MARK 3000H or ACCT 5000)|
|Offered every year. |
|Grading System:||A-F (Traditional)|
Familiarity with the functions of management, skills that are required, elements
of organizations as systems, and the relevance of management in organizational
Understanding the history of management thought, the evolution of management
theories, and the relevance of historical developments for managing contemporary
Understanding the components and complexities of organizations' cultures and
external environments, and how these factors constrain the decisions and actions
Understanding implications of the global environment for the management of
organizations, to include regional trading alliances, economic issues, structural
issues, and cultural issues.
Familiarity with frameworks used to understand issues of social responsibility
and ethics in organizational settings.
Understanding the decision-making process from the perspective of rationality,
yet with an understanding of factors that constrain the rational decision-making
approach in organizational settings.
An understanding of issues that influence the usefulness of planning, as well as
how different types of goals and plans may be better for different situations.
Understanding the complexities of analyzing the external environment, and an
organization's competencies, in developing an appropriate strategic plan for an
Understanding issues associated with various approaches to organizational
design, and how these issues are relevant for determining what type of design
is appropriate for different circumstances.
Recognizing the importance of, and understanding what constitutes, effective
human resource management practices.
Understanding basic concepts and issues associated with the complexity of
managing organizational change and innovation.
Understanding fundamental concepts that have relevance for understanding the
various factors that influence the behavior of people in organizational settings,
including behavior in the context of groups and teams.
Familiarity with theories of workplace motivation and the relevance of such
theories for the practice of management.
Familiarity with several theories of leadership and understanding what
constitutes effective leadership.
The following topics are covered in this course:
Management Yesterday and Today
Organizational Culture and Environment
Managing in a Global Environment
Social Responsibility and Managerial Ethics
Foundations of Planning
Planning Tools and Techniques
Organizational Structure and Design
Human Resource Management
Managing Change and Innovation
Foundations of Behavior
Understanding Groups and Teams
|Honor Code Reference:|
All students are responsible for maintaining the highest standards of
honesty and integrity in every phase of their academic careers. The
penalties for academic dishonesty are severe and ignorance is not an
Academic honesty means performing all academic work without plagiarizing,
cheating, lying, tampering, stealing, receiving assistance from any other
person or using any source of information that is not common knowledge.