Certified in Organization Management

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About Course

An introductory course in management theory and practice, Topics include fundamentals of management; making things happen; meeting the competition; organizing people, projects, and processes; and, motivating and leading. Emphasis is given to the development of management, organizational structures, organizational dynamics, the impact of environmental forces, and the use of analytical tools in the performance of the management function.

What Will You Learn?

  • Access the existing literature related to management and organizations.
  • Distinguish among management, leadership, and organization.
  • Discuss what managers do and what it takes to be a manager.
  • Apply many of the theories and concepts related to management and leadership and distinguish between the two.
  • Examine your own behavior and beliefs about management and organizations and contrast them with the theories and observations of others.
  • Be an informed and engaged participant in discussions related to organizational transformation.
  • Contemplate a personal philosophy of management

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Course Curriculum

Module 1

  • Chapter1 Introduction/Overview to Management
  • Chapter 2 Organizational Environments and Cultures
  • Chapter 3 Ethics and Social Responsibility
  • Chapter 4 Planning and Managing Information

Module 2

  • Chapter 5 Decision Making
  • Chapter 6 Global Management Organizational Strategy
  • Chapter 7 Innovation and Change
  • Chapter 8 Designing Adaptive Organizations
  • Assignments

Module 3

  • Chapter 9 Managing Individuals and a Diverse Work Force
  • Chapter 10 Managing Service and Manufacturing Operations
  • Chapter 11 Managing Human Resource Systems
  • Assignments


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