GM600 Management Principles (3 cr.)
This course provides an overview of key organizational and behavioral concepts, which underlie effective management practice in diverse organizations. Management strategies are examined and compared. Special attention is given to defining and interpreting cross-cultural differences and influences. The course gives attention to the trends, both existing and emerging, that influence organizational structure, and change management.
Upon completion of this course, students are expected to be able to do the following:
- Synthesize and build creatively on concepts about management roles in planning, organizing, leading, and oversight.
- Analyze the management challenges of organizations in today’s interconnected marketplace.
- Evaluate and apply management strategies to real world problems.
- Outline a rationale for integrating corporate responsibility into the organization.
- Identify personal management skills and competencies.
- Demonstrate the ability to articulate, and analyze opportunities for applying cultural competencies in order to create greater organizational inclusion.
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