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/ School of Continuing Education 2-Year(Univ.) 4-Year Required Course / 2/3Year(Coll.) Instructors Name /Class 4A chanrs@ms68.hinet.net Units 3 0955-268997 Elective Master

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Course Objective 1.To focus on topic key essentials and take orientation by case teaching method of theory, application and best practice in management between industry-business. 2.To combine with key-points through academic research, professional background and actual experience, because these can upgrade learning interest for students, and cultivate every student to be good at knowledge management and toward optimum situation. 3.To guide everybody when he becomes a director, a manager and an entrepreneur from good to great. Furthermore, all can copy successful paradigm for their vocational career. 4.To offer a lot of actual experience and intelligence, the excellent management is key successful factors of sustainable competitive advantage for organization. Especially we will do our best; above all, to upgrade future hope for managerial talents is duty of teachers at colleges of business, management, and service industry.

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Course Contents 1.Presentation on syllabus of management, Q&A between course and schedule.

2. Presentation on case teaching method. 02 CH 1 1.1 1.2 Part One: Introduction CH 1 The evolvement of managerial thought and theory. 1.1 To review the philosophical thought of management. 1.2 To approach the extensive meaning of management. 03 CH 2 2.1 2.2 CH 2 Managerial issues along industrial and economic development in cross-century. 2.1 The impact and challenge for industrial and economic revolution. 2.2 The focus of managerial issues. Part Two: Planning CH 3 The basic conception of planning. 3.1 The definition and function of planning. 3.2 The method and step of planning.

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CH 3 3.1 3.2

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CH 4 4.1 4.2 4.3

CH 4 The application of planning. 4.1 Strategic management. 4.2 Management by objectives (MBO). 4.3 Project management.

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CH 5 5.1 5.2 5.3

Part Three: Organizing CH 5 Organizational structure and design. 5.1 Organizational structure. 5.2 Organizational design. 5.3 Operating team building.

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CH 6 6.1 6.2 6.3

CH 6 The application of organizational function. 6.1 Organizational development (OD). 6.2 Organizational communication. 6.3 Organizational change & reengineering. Midterm assessment-case teaching method: (1) Technology & innovation: Microsoft, USA. (2) Core competitive strategy: Parasonic, Japan. (3) Strategic management: Samsung, Korea. Midterm assessment-case teaching method: (4) Organizational total effectiveness: Lenovo,

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(1)- Microsoft (2)- Parasonic (3)- Samsung Electronics

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China. (5) Global logistic management: GE, USA. (6) Organizational change & reengineering: Nanchow Group, Taiwan.

Part Four: Staffing CH 7 Human resource management & CH 7 development ( HRM & HRD). 7.1 The basic conception of HRM. 7.1 7.2 HRM & HRD- recruit and select, 7.2 education and training, description and compensation, and detain and partnership. 7.3 Strategic HRD. 7.3 CH 8 8.1 8.2 8.3 CH 8 Human capital and organizational intellectual assets (OIA). 8.1 The conception of Knowledge management in the new economy era. 8.2 Human capital is the vital point of OIA. 8.3 Organization-person-ability-job fit (OPAJF) - personality -job fit, ability-job fit, position-job fit, professional-job fit. Part Five: Leading CH 9 The meaning and development of leadership. 9.1 Leadership - leading total followers to attain organizational goals. 9.2 The philosophy and development of leadership. 9.3 Leadership and motivation to promote and lead high performing team. CH 10 Decisions-making behavior and model. 10.1 Decisions-making - to decide business strategy for enterprise organization. 10.2 The optimal decisions-making model. 10.3 Empowerment. Part Six: Controlling CH 11 Definition and function of controlling. 11.1 The definition of controlling. 11.2 The function of controlling. CH 12 Controlling procedure and tools. 12.1 Controlling mechanism design. 12.2 management morality and corporate governance. 12.3 Information controlling system. Final assessment-case teaching method : (7) Intelligence & talent assets: IBM, USA. (8) OPAJF & venturing development: UniPresident Group, Taiwan. (9) Performance appraisal management: HP, USA.

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Final assessment-case teaching method : (10) Two-strait location & decisions-making: Ting Hsin International Group, China. (11) Leadership style & profits share: Formosa Group, Taiwan. (12) Communication & empowerment: Walsin Lihwa Group, Taiwan. Final assessment-case teaching method : (13) Corporate culture & core values: TSMC, Taiwan, (14) Risk & crisis management: Intel, USA. (15) Managing information system: Amazon .com., USA.

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/ Reference Books 1. Robbins, S.P.2003, Today Management 10th ed., New Jersey: Pearson Education LTD. 2. Daft, R. L. & Marcic, D. 2007 , Management: The New Workplace. Canada: Thomson SouthWestern Corporation. 1. 2. 8 6 PPT.30 % 3. 40 % 1. 2. 3. Grades 1. The feedback of teaching time: participation, key-points guiding, and etc.30 % 2. Midterm stage assessment (1/2): case teaching method with 8 teams, 6Ps paper, PPT., presentation, and Q&A,30 % 3. Final stage assessment (3/4): the same as above40 % Teaching methods 1. To order step by step about students studying range prepare for and key-points guiding, and put learning demand first. So far every student do his best to upgrade potential of reading, learning, and never cease to chase knowledge. 2. Managerial professional knowledge has been great change as following industrial development, besides, support current courses, students want to search modern referent information from library or on WWW. 3. To use interaction model of Q&A, and to understand learning situation of input and output of study.