Course Outline/Calendar

CSUN
Management 360
Principles of Management and Organizational Behavior

Summer, 2017
10119
Tue/Thu 1:00pm - 4:10pm (Tue 5/30 - Tue 7/11, 6 weeks, Session II)
JH1131
(traditional format)

Wayne Smith Ph.D.   [ wayne.smith@csun.edu ]

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[updated: Monday, May 22, 2017]


"There are five managerial roles; they are to set objectives, organize, motivate and communicate, measure, and develop people."
-Peter Drucker (1909-2005)

Course Outline/Calendar

The purpose of this web site is to provide information and materials for students enrolled in Wayne Smith's Management 360 course, Class #  10119, for the Summer, 2017 semester. This course meets Tue/Thu 1:00pm - 4:10pm (Tue 5/30 - Tue 7/11, 6 weeks, Session II) in JH1131 [ Campus MapGoogle MapsGoogle Earth ].

The following summary identifies the key terms used in the course outline.

Question:
A general organizing question to place this particular material in context
Topic(s):
General topic(s) to be discussed
Schermerhorn:
Readings from the textbook
HBR:
Readings from the Harvard Business Review materials (if any)
Supplemental:
Readings from the supplemental materials (or by direct link)
Due:
Assignment or report due at the immediate beginning of class
Review:
Usually a student-led review of an assignment or report
Exercise:
done individually or in teams (announced and completed in-class)
Activity:
done individually or in teams (completed in-class)
Exam:
a relatively long test
(contingency)
Slack time embedded during the course to cover unforeseen events

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The following is the detail of the course in chronological order. Students must complete the readings and assignments before the due date.

Week 1: Tue. May 30, 2016
Week 1: Thu. Jun 1, 2016
Week 2: Tue. Jun 6, 2016
Week 2: Thu. Jun 8, 2016
Week 3: Tue. Jun 13, 2016
Week 3: Thu. Jun 15, 2016
Week 4: Tue. Jun 20, 2016
Week 4: Thu. Jun 22, 2016
Week 5: Tue. Jun 27, 2016
Week 5: Thu. Jun 29, 2016
Week 6: Tue. Jul 4, 2016
Week 6: Thu. Jul 6, 2016
Week 7: Tue. Jul 11, 2016



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