Management 360
Management and Organizational Behavior

Wayne Smith   [ wayne.smith@csun.edu ]

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[updated: Wednesday, September 1, 2010]

"All business depends on men fulfilling their responsibility."
-Mohandas Gandhi (1869-1948)



The purpose of this web site is to provide information and materials for students enrolled in Wayne Smith's Management 360 course, Class #  18732, for the Fall, 2007 semester. This course meets all semester, Thu, 7:00pm - 10:00pm, in JH1123. This course is offered by the Department of Management in the College of Business and Economics at California State University, Northridge (CSUN). CSU Northridge is one of 23 campuses in the California State University system.

My email address is wayne.smith@csun.edu. For email sent to me by students, the Subject line should start with "[CSUN Mgt360]" (without the quotes) [ example ]. Interested students may learn more about me by reviewing my personal web page. The PDF materials on this page require the "free" (as in "free beer") Acrobat Reader.


The following notes are updates/changes provided prior to the semester and between class sessions (in descending chronological order).

The above notes are also available as a subscription feed [ .atom ]. A subscription feed is a contemporary approach to automated notification.

Pre-Course Materials

These materials can be accessed before the first class session. These resources can be useful for prospective students desiring to gain a better appreciation for the subject matter of this course without enrolling in the course or purchasing the required textbook(s). These materials are especially useful for non-business majors who are considering enrolling in this course. Materials in this particular section will not appear on any quiz or exam.

Course Materials

These materials should be reviewed before the first class session.

General Materials

The following materials apply to all my courses independent of subject matter.

Assignments and Exercises

The following materials are the tentative assignments (probably three in number) for this course. They also may be updated and expanded as needed.

Additional Materials

The following materials don't "fit" anywhere else neatly.

Optional Readings

The following materials are taken from recent articles in newspapers and other sources. Each item is related to one or more issues from a prior week's Chapter reading and/or class discussion.

Further Study

The following is a collection of materials in various media that students should review just before the end of the the course.

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