BUS-110-56887 - Principles of Management - Prof. Joan Washington
|Course:||Principles of Management|
|Professor:||Prof. Joan Washington|
Welcome to BUS-110, Principles of Management. My name is Prof. Joan Washington. I look forward to seeing you in the Fall 2021 semester at College of the Canyons (COC). This course is OnlineLive via Zoom and it will be available on COC's Canvas Course Learning Management System at 7:00 a.m. on Sunday, August 22, 2021
You must log in and post to the "Roll Call Discussion Board" on or before the first day of class otherwise you will be dropped from the course.
The first day of class is Monday, August 23, 2021 and class begins at 6:30 p.m.
Examines the fundamental functions of modern management in a changing world with an emphasis on planning, leading, organizing, and control. Substantive areas include leadership in management, motivation, communication, cultural diversity, team decision-making, management by objectives, organizational environment, sustainability, planning and strategic management, control process, organizational structure, and managing organizational change.
What to Expect in this Course
You will be expected to read the chapter(s) of the textbook prior to the week of the discussion and assignments for the specific chapter(s). You will be required to participate on a weekly basis.
Types of Assessments
The learning assessments for this course will be class discussion question assignments; weekly case studies,
Textbook Information / Link to ZTC Textbook
Fundamentals of Management 9th Edition, by Ricky W. Griffin, ISBN: 9781337886383 (bundle online direct from publisher) ISBN: 9781305970151 (printed access card)
Other Relevant Course Information
08/23/2021-12/11/2021 Distance Ed, Internet-Based Monday 6:30 PM - 7:50 PM, OnlineLIVE via Zoom. The weekly links to Zoom will be in the course canvas. There will be class sessions that are prerecorded because of scheduling. You will always be notified no later than one week prior to class session if the following week's lecture is prerecorded. You must have a webcam, microphone, and access to Canvas support via the COC website. Each week you will be graded on class participation, weekly discussion questions, individual and group assignments, weekly quizzes, a final exam and a final research paper.
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Last updated: 07/21/2021 Sub#: 339