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Course Syllabus

Principles of Management

BMGT 1327


  1. Semester: Summer 2015

  2. CRN:

  3. Instructor Name: Nguyễn Quốc Cường

  4. Instructor Contact Information

    • E-mail: cuongnguyen4b@gmail.com

    • Mobile: 012856 88808

  1. Instructor Scheduled Office Hours: none

  2. Campus and Room Location with Days and Times

  • Quang Trung Tower, Room 204

  • Wednesdays: 1:00pm - 3:00 pm

  • Fridays: 1:00-3:00 pm

  1. Course Semester Credit Hours (SCH) (Lecture, Lab) if applicable:

    1. Credit Hours: 3

    2. Lecture Hours: 3

    3. Laboratory Hours:

  2. Total Course Contact Hours: 48

  3. Type of Instruction: Lecture

  4. Course Description: Principles of Management - This is an introductory management course that tries to stimulate the student to develop a basic understanding of management, its practices and its techniques. It also allows the student to become familiar with concepts and terminology that will be useful in many managerial situations.

  5. Course Prerequisite(s):

  • MATH 0306 (Basic Math Pre-Algebra)

  • GUST 0342 (9th -11th Grade Reading)

  • ENGL 0300 or 0347

12. Program Student Learning Outcomes (PSLOs)

  • Identify essential management skills necessary for career success

  • Describe the relationship of social responsibility, ethics, and law in business

  • Construct a business plan

  • Examine the role of strategic human resource planning in support of organizational mission and objectives

  • Describe the impact of corporate culture and atmosphere on employee

13. Course Student Learning Outcomes (SLOs)

  • To identify what management is and what it does.

  • To describe and illustrate basic management functions.

  • To prepare students for decision-making and teamwork.

  • To understand the planning, organizing, leading and controlling functions.

  • To identify any major developments in management thought.

  • To present an overview of social-responsibility initiatives.

  • To describe the nature of business strategy.

  • To create awareness of the use of operating plans, policies, procedures and rules.

  • To present an overview of Management by Objectives.

  • To understand global business and diversity.

14. Learning Objectives (LOs):

1. Explain and apply the various theories, processes, and functions of management

1.1. Describe the basic functions of management.

1.2. Identify where in an organization managers are located.

1.3. Describe the roles managers adopt to perform the basic functions of management.

1.4. Identify the major components of an organization's general environment.

1.5. Explain how each component in the general environment impacts the organization.

1.6. Explain what globalization is.

1.7. Explain what managers can do to behave in a socially responsible manner



2. Apply theories to a business environment.

2.1. Describe the different levels of planning in an organization.

2.2. Explain the difference between strategic, tactical, operating, and unit plans.

2.3. Explain the advantages and disadvantages of centralization and decentralization.

2.4. Describe the different integrating mechanisms managers can use to achieve coordination within a firm, and explain the link between strategy, environment, and integrating mechanisms.

3. Describe elements of the communication process.

3.1. Define teams and discuss their benefits and limitations.

3.2. Describe the five stages of team development

3.3. Identify three factors that shape team norms.

3.4. List six factors that influence team cohesiveness.

4. Identify roles of leadership in organizations.

4.1. Outline the human resource staffing process

4.2. Identify ways to improve the validity of employment interviews.

4.3. Describe several selection methods for hiring employees.

4.4. Diagram and summarize the MARS model.

4.5. Describe four-drive theory and explain how these drives influence motivation and behavior.

4.6. Diagram the job characteristics model of job design.

4.7. Define empowerment and identify strategies to support empowerment.

4.8. Identify the main sources of managerial power.

4.9. Explain how the right approach to leadership might be influenced by important contingencies.

15. Instructional Methods: Face to Face

16. Textbook with title: M: Management 3rd edition by Thomas Bateman and Scott Snell. 2012. McGraw-Hill/Irwin. ISBN: 9780078029523

17. Course Policies:

The use of laptops and tablets in class for presentation purpose and review session is allowed. Other purposes of electronic device use in class and in tests are not allowed as they may drive students to distraction from lectures.

All cell phones, if not in urgent case, must be muted or in vibration mode to avoid academic process disruption. Emergency call can be made out of class.

Make-up Exam Policy: Make-up exams will not be given unless the student has a verifiable, valid excuse that has been discussed with and agreed by the instructor in advance.

At instructor’s sole discretion for very limited cases, provisions for missed exams may be made for extraordinary situations. Students who may miss an exam should make every effort to get written permission from instructor prior to the exam.

Attendance: Regular class attendance is expected, and poor attendance may reduce a student’s participation grade. Those who are absent more than six (6) hours will be dropped from the course and will receive an F. Please read information about attendance and withdrawal policies on SaigonTech website:

http://www.saigontech.edu.vn/saigontech/english/general_academic.jsp?subid=37#6

18. Cheating & Plagiarism

Acts of plagiarism include but are not limited to:


  • Submit other people’s works to get points (Nộp bài làm của người khác để lấy điểm cho mình).

  • Copy words or ideas without citing source and author’s name (Sao chép từ hoặc ý tưởng của người khác mà không nêu nguồn tài liệu và tên tác giả được trích dẫn).

  • Do not use quotation marks for direct citation (Không đặt dấu ngoặc kép trong các trích dẫn nguyên văn).

  • Cite the wrong source (Đưa thông tin sai về nguồn của một trích dẫn).

  • Change the wording but sentence structure without citing author’s name (Thay đổi từ ngữ nhưng vẫn giữ nguyên cấu trúc câu của một nguồn tài liệu mà không nêu tên tác giả).

  • Borrow words/ phrases from a source without using quotation marks or with making negligible change (Vay mượn từ/ cụm từ của một nguồn tài liệu mà không đặt dấu ngoặc kép hoặc chỉ thay đổi chúng một cách qua loa).

  • Copy too many words or ideas that make up the most of personal work, regardless of whether source and author’s name are cited (Sao chép quá nhiều từ ngữ hoặc ý tưởng từ một nguồn tài liệu làm cho các ý tưởng đó chiếm phần lớn bài làm của mình, bất kể có nêu tên nguồn hoặc tác giả hay không)

  • Copy information from Internet such as company information, market information etc. (Sao chép thông tin từ Internet (thông tin công ty, thông tin thị trường v.v)

  • Use Google Translation to write up papers, regardless of whether you use your own ideas or borrow ideas (Sử dụng Google Translation để viết bài, bất kể là ý tưởng của bản thân hay vay mượn).

  • Use Google Translation to write up papers by translating Vietnamese from existing Vietnamese study materials/ sources into English (Sử dụng Google Translation để dịch thông tin từ nguồn tài liệu tiếng Việt sang tiếng Anh và đưa vào bài làm của mình).

19. Instructor’s Requirements: Both essay and multiple choice examinations are closed-book. No material is allowed

20. Grading scheme

1  Participation: 10%

2  In-class tests: 20%

3 Case studies: 20%

4  Midterm test: 20%

5  Final test: 30%

The final grade will be evaluated based on the final score as below:



Grade

Final Score

A

90-100

B

80-89

C

70-79

D

60-69

F

0-59

  The passing grade of this course is D.

21. Exam Format



Exam

Exam Type

Open/Close book

No. of Questions

Duration
(minutes)

Points

Chapters

Mid-term

Online-Multiple Choice
(on Paper)

Close

30

40

45

1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9

Essay
(on Paper)

Close

2

75

55

1,2,3,4,5,6,8,9,10

Final

Online-Multiple Choice
(on Paper)

Close

50

60

50

10,11,12,13,14,15

Essay
(on Paper)

Close

2

75

50

10,11,12,13,14,15

21. Course Calendar



Week

Date

Topic

Material covered

1

17/06/2015

Introduction to Principles of Management

Chapter 1: Managing effectively in a changing world



Chapter 1

19/06/2015

Chapter 2: The evolution of management

Chapter 2

2

24/06/2015

Chapter 3: The organizational environment and culture

Chapter 3

26/06/2015

Chapter 4: Ethics and corporate responsibility

Chapter 4

3

01/07/2015

Chapter 5: Strategic planning and decision making

Chapter 5

03/07/2015

Chapter 5: cont…

Chapter 5

4

08/07/2015

Chapter 6: Entrepreneurship

Chapter 6

10/07/2015

Chapter 7: Organizing for action

Chapter 7

5

15/07/2015

Chapter 8: Managing human resource

Chapter 8

17/07/2015

Chapter 9: Managing diversity and inclusion

Chapter 9

6

22/07/2015

Midterm Tests Review




24/07/2015

Midterm Test: Essay and Online




7

29/07/2015

Chapter 10: Leadership

Chapter 10

31/07/2015

Chapter 10: cont…

Chapter 10

8

05/08/2015

Chapter 11: Motivating people

Chapter 11

07/08/2015

Chapter 12: Teamwork

Chapter 12

9

12/08/2015

Chapter 12: cont…

Chapter 12

14/08/2015

Chapter 13: Communicating

Chapter 13

10

19/08/2015

Chapter 14: Managerial control

Chapter 14

21/08/2015

Chapter 15: Innovating and Changing

Chapter 15

11

26/08/2015

Final test review




28/208/2015

Final Tests: Online and Essay




12

02/09/2015

Presentation ( make-up class noted)




04/09/2015

Presentation





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