University of Wisconsin- Whitewater College of Business & Economics Management Department Management 770 Organization Design 3 credits Spring 2011 Professor: Phone: E-mail: Office: Section 1: Office hours: E-mail hours: Walk-in: Louise Tourigny, Ph.D. Administration (262) 472-5735 Office email@example.com HH-4509 Monday from 5:15 to 7:45 p.m. at American Family Insurance, Madison Monday from 7:45 to 8:15 p.m. at American Family Insurance upon request Monday from 9:00 a.m. to noon; other times intermittent Thursday from 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. HH-4509 at UW-Whitewater COURSE OUTLINE INSTRUCTIONAL FOCUS Organization design emphasizes the application of organization theory to the structuring of organizations. It focuses on organizational configurations and their effectiveness in various environmental and situational contexts. The objectives are to analyze practical methods and applications of strategic management models based upon existing management theory, research and practices. A special emphasis is placed on international issues in developing the strategy of an organization and aligning its structure and culture to its strategic orientation in the context of globalization. The course is designed to suit the needs of practitioners who have administrative responsibilities. It is conceived to answer questions pertaining to organizational change, practical implementation of strategy and development of effective control mechanisms that are in alignment with the mission and vision of the organization. The course offers a broad array of cases covering several industries, and organizations.
PEDAGOGY The pedagogy emphasizes the case study method and strategic audit as means to synthesize and organize relevant information in a logical fashion. Active discussion in class is used to exchange knowledge and debate current issues in management. COURSE REQUIREMENTS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Assigned readings Case preparation Participation Term project Team case study presentations and written reports Midterm exam
GRADE DISTRIBUTION 1. Two team case presentations (15% each) 4. Written reports on case presentations (2@15% each) 5. Midterm exam (individual) 5. Term project (group report) Total FINAL GRADES WILL BE ASSIGNED AS FOLLOWS: 92%> 86%-91%> 80%-85%> 75%-79%> 70%-74%> 60%-69%>
References: should be listed using APA format. Information on the expected structure of the report will be posted in D2L.
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