Faculty of Management
TRIMESTER 2, ACADEMIC YEAR 2010/2011
INSTRUCTION TO THE STUDENTS
1. Please read this Course Outline thoroughly.
2. The instructions and deadline of assignments are stated in detail in this outline and must be strictly observed. Late assignments will NOT be accepted under any circumstances.
3. The course schedule is also included in this coursework booklet. Prepare in advance before coming to classes.
1. COURSE OBJECTIVE:
This course provides exposure to the basic principles of management. The management principles are broadly grouped into four functions of management that includes planning, organizing, leading and controlling. Students are expected not only to understand but also to be able to apply the knowledge learned, and to be able to acquire the multimedia skills integrated in the assignments.
2. Subject Learning Outcomes:
At the completion of the subject, students should be able to perform the following tasks: LO1: Describe the management functions of planning, organizing, leading and controlling. LO2: Explain the importance of organizational culture, human resource management, and change management.
LO3: Apply suitable planning and decision making process to solve practical business issues. LO4: Demonstrate communication, leadership, and team working skills
|Coursework: 50% | |- Assignment 1 20% | |- Assignment 2 25% | |- Attendance 5% | |Final exam: 50% | |TOTAL 100% |
: Mohd. Fairuz bin Abd. Rahim
: FOM BR3021
: Monday (3-5pm) & Tuesday (2-4pm)
Daft, R.L. (2010). The New Era of Management, 9th Edition. South-Western, Cengage Learning.
Robbins, S.P. and Coulter, M. (2009). Management, 10th Edition. Prentice-Hall, USA Daft, R.L. (2008). The New Era of Management, 2nd Edition. Thomson South-Western, Ohio. Dyck, B. and Neubert, M.J. (2009). Principles of Management. South-Western, Cengage Learning.
The material you obtained from the DE Centre is a study guide; you should not treat it as your main reference material. You need to have the textbook in order to be able to do well in the assignments, and the final examination
7. STUDY GUIDE
|LECTURE |TOPIC | | | | |TEXTBOOK | |1 |Introduction to Management |Chapter 1 | |2 |The Evolution of Management Thinking |Chapter 2 | |3 |Organizational Environment and Culture |Chapter 3 | |4 |Ethics and Social Responsibility |Chapter 5 | |5 |Managerial Planning and Goal Setting...
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