課程名稱: 管理學入門 (INTRODUCTION TO MANAGEMENT)
適合修習對象: Undergraduate Students who need credits of management courses.
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1. Explain the concept of management and why management is needed within an organization;
2. Define the managerial functions of planning, organizing, leading and controlling. Explain the importance of decision making and how it is present in all four functions of management;
3. Describe the difference between managing and leading. Solve managerial problems and case studies.
4. Discuss the differences in various organizational structures; define the difference between line vs. staff functions.
週次1: (遠距教學)Introduction; Chapter 1 The Exceptional Manager; Chapter 2: Management Theory; Chapter 3: The Manager’s Changing Work Environment & Ethical Responsibilities.
週次2: (遠距教學)Chapter 4 Global Management; Chapter 5: Planning; Chapter 6 Strategic Management.
週次3: (遠距教學)Chapter 7 Individual & Group Decision Making; Chapter 8 Organizational Culture, Structure, & Design; Chapter 9 Human Resource Management; Chapter 10 Organizational Change & Innovation.
週次4: (遠距教學)Chapter 11: Managing Individual Differences & Behavior; Chapter 12: Motivating Employees; Chapter 13: Groups & Teams.
週次5: (遠距教學)Chapter 14: Power, Influence, & Leadership; Chapter 15: Interpersonal & Organizational Communication; Chapter 16: Control Systems & Quality Management.
- ☑ 提供線上課程主要及補充教材
- ☑ 提供線上非同步教學
- ☑ 有線上教師或線上助教
- ☑ 提供線上同步教學，次數：5次，總時數：5小時
- ☑ 個人資料
- ☑ 課程資訊
- ☑ 其他相關資料管理功能
- ☑ 最新消息發佈、瀏覽
- ☑ 教材內容設計、觀看、下載
- ☑ 成績系統管理及查詢
- ☑ 進行線上測驗、發佈
- ☑ 互動式學習設計(聊天室或討論區)
- Quizzes: Four quizzes --> 20%
- Exams: Three exams --> 60%
- Assignments: Four assignments --> 20%
- Total = 100%
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