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Principles of Management: Course outline MGT-301

This course examines the business function of Management.

Course Description

This course examines the business function of Management. Students will learn how managers deliver value in planning, organizing, leading, and controlling the organization such that the employees are always highly motivated to best serve their managers by yielding high work output and efficient performance. Topics include the evolution of management, decision making, strategic management, organizational design and teamwork. Management principles will be applied to specific real or created situations.

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Course outline

  • Management and Organizations
  • Approaches to Management
  • Understanding Management’s Context: Constraints and Challenges
  • Managing Social Responsibility and Ethics
  • Managers as Decision Makers
  • Foundations of Planning
  • Strategic Management
  • Basic Organizational Design
  • Managing Human Resources
  • Managing Teams
  • Understanding Individual Behavior
  • Motivating Employees
  • Managers as Leaders
  • Introduction to Controlling
  • Final project presentations and report submission

Teaching Methodology

  • Assisting all the students to form broad conceptual understanding of topic.
  • Engaging students in discussion sessions for better understanding and learning.
  • Respecting students’ rights and their views.
  • Use of case studies and research articles (international/national).
  • Focus on desired learning outcomes in from of knowledge, attitude and behavior.
  • Presentations of students on different topics to improve learning and communication skills.
  • Assigning topic of discussion in advance and then asking for feedback in next session.
  • Conducting quizzes on the assigned topics.

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