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Principles of management APPLIED RESEARCH
USbank

Will Cheeseman

Professor Ana Preston
Park University Internet Campus

A course paper presented to the School for Arts and Sciences and Distance Learning in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Computer Information Systems

Principles of Management
Park University
July, 2011
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Page

INTRODUCTIONX

BODYX

Diversity ManagementX

Ethical, Social, and Legal ResponsibilitiesX

International BusinessX

General Planning & Strategic PlanningX
Organizing Work and SynergismX

Organization Structure and ChartX

Work Team UtilizationX

StaffingX

Employee Training and DevelopmentX

Motivating EmployeesX

Leadership and ManagementX

Managing Conflict and StressX

Managing ChangeX

ControllingX

Appraising and RewardingX

Operations Management and PlansX

Operations ControlX

CONCLUSIONX
REFERENCESX

INTRODUCTION

Example: Park University is traditionally an “institution of higher learning committed to the pursuit of knowledge, to intellectual and social development and to work and serve within a non-sectarian Christian setting” (Park 1, 2010, p. 11)….. TRANSITION PARAGRAPH

Transition from introduction to the body…
BODY
Example: Specific goals ……body includes: (a) diversity management, (b) ethical, social and legal responsibilities, (c) international business…, (XXXXX & YYYY, 2009, p. 18).

Diversity Management

http://www.usbank.com/cgi_w/cfm/careers/diversity.cfm
See Rue & Byars, Management: Skills and Application Chapter 1

Ethical, Social, and Legal Responsibilities

http://www.usbank.com/hr/docs/policies/coeHandbook.pdf
See Rue & Byars, Management: Skills and Application Chapter 5

International Business

See Rue & Byars, Management: Skills and Application Chapter 6

General Planning and Strategic Planning

See Rue & Byars, Management: Skills and Application Chapter 7

Organizing Work and Synergism

See Rue & Byars, Management: Skills and Application Chapter 8

Organization Structure and Chart

See Rue & Byars, Management: Skills and Application Chapter 9

Work Team Utilization

See Rue & Byars, Management: Skills and Application Chapter 10

Staffing

See Rue & Byars, Management: Skills and Application Chapter 11

Employee Training and Development

See Rue & Byars, Management: Skills and Application Chapter 12

Motivating Employees

See Rue & Byars, Management: Skills and Application Chapter 13

Leadership and Management

See Rue & Byars, Management: Skills and Application Chapter 14

Managing Conflict and Stress

See Rue & Byars, Management: Skills and Application Chapter 15

Managing Change

See Rue & Byars, Management: Skills and Application Chapter 16

Controlling

See Rue & Byars, Management: Skills and Application Chapter 17

Appraising and Rewarding

See Rue & Byars, Management: Skills and Application Chapter 18

Operations Management and Plans

See Rue & Byars, Management: Skills and Application Chapter 19

Operations Control

See Rue & Byars, Management: Skills and Application Chapter 20

CONCLUSION

Example ….Working though Kouzes and Posner’s commitments of leadership helped me to better roadmap my desire goal in establishing a hybrid course that consists of the positive aspects related to both traditional and online Internet courses. REFERENCES

Example of a journal reference:
Bruffee, K. A. (1994). Making the most of knowledgeable peers. Change, 26(n3), 43.

Example of a text references:

Conner, P. E., & Lake, L. K. (1996). Managing organizational change (2nd ed.). Westport, CT: Praeger Publishers....
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