MGMT 303 K02 explores learning opportunities of students on the fundamental theories and concepts of management by examining the nature of managerial work under a range of business models and under rapidly changing business environments. Managerial functions such as planning, organizing, leading, and controlling are examined in the context of current organizations. In this class, you will assume a manager, and practice the role in the organization. Students will have the chance to develop managerial capacity through in-class case discussions. Term projects which demand your strategic decision making for the provided case will develop your managerial capability.
MGMT 303 StudentLearning Outcomes
Students are able to discuss the process of managing organizations, kinds of problems, and issues which contemporary managers face; to acquaint students with the principles and models used by management to deal with these issues and problems.
Students are able to explain, in particular, the management functions of planning, organizing, leading, and controlling and to identify their contribution to management of organizations.
Students are able to articulate the role of managers in organizations.
Students are able to describe the organization as a total dynamic system that interacts with its environment.
Students are able to compare theoretical approaches of management discussed in classes with how management is performed by managers in actual organizations.
I will manage this course utilizing action learning approaches (e.g., case studies, role-plays, group dynamics, and the flipped classes) in addition to the traditional lecture-based teaching method. Successful action learning requires major investments in time and efforts. Students need to prepare the case discussions. Students should think over assigned cases and be prepared to contribute to the case discussions.
Course Information from the University Catalog
Examines managerial work under range of business models. Managerial functions and activities including planning, organizing, balancing conflicting demands, leading and controlling are examined in depth and in context of current organizational examples. Discuss variety of pressures contemporary managers face. Notes: Students cannot receive credit for both MGMT 301 and MGMT 303. School of Business students will not be permitted to make more than three attempts to achieve a C or higher in MGMT 303. The third attempt requires School of Business academic advisor approval. Those who do not successfully complete this course within three attempts will be terminated from their major and will not be eligible to receive a degree from the School of Business. For more information about this, see Academic Policies. Limited to two attempts.
Recommended Prerequisite: BUS 103 and BUS 200.
Students with a class of Freshman may not enroll.
Non-Degree level students may not enroll.
Students with the Ineligible to take MGMT crses or terminated from BU major attributes may not enroll.
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