mgt330 | undergraduate
Management Theory, Practice, And Application
This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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- Demonstrate the importance of managing innovation and change.
- Describe creative problem solving and decision making.
- Explain how managers engage in strategic and operational planning.
- Analyze how organizations are designed and how responsibilities are delegated.
- Identify the differences between group and team development and management.
- Explain the human resource management process.
- Identify the benefits of career management and networking.
- Explain the role of power, politics, and conflict management within organizations.
- Analyze how theories of motivation are used to enhance performance.
- Demonstrate an understanding of approaches to leadership.
- Evaluate communication channels and information technology systems within organizations.
- Explain control systems and their connection to managing people.
- Analyze the importance of quality control.
The Environment of Management
- Explain the differences in the skills, roles, and functions of management.
- Describe the importance of culture, ethics, and social responsibility.
- Identify types of diversity and the important practice of management.
- Explain how internal and external environmental factors influence organizational performance.
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