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Class1:Introduction

Lida Zhang KimWu MGMT120 08/06/2011

ColorBeans
Formteamsof10persons; Reorganizethebeansintothe specifiedcolorlayersinthebottle; Upperlimitof25minutes; Thegamefinisheswhenthefirst teamsubmitssatisfactorywork; PRIZE!!!

Whatmakesdifferences?
Jobspecialization Grouproles Managers job

TwoParts
Whatyoucangainfromthiscourse? Part I Introduction to the Subject Howto besuccessful inthis course?

Part II Introduction to the Course

TwoParts
Part I Introduction to the Subject Whatyou can gainfromthis course? Howtobesuccessfulinthiscourse? 1. Who are managers? 2. What do managers do?

TwoParts
Part I Introduction to the Subject Whatyou can gainfromthis course? Howtobesuccessfulinthiscourse? 1. Who are managers? 2. What do managers do?

Managersworkinorganizations!

Biochemistry Students' Society

Whichofthoseinorganizationsaremanagers?

Thosewhocoordinate

Thosewhooversee

ThreeLevelsofManagers

TwoParts
Part I Introduction to the Subject Whatyou can gainfromthis course? Howtobesuccessfulinthiscourse? 1. Who are managers? 2. What do managers do?

Whatdomanagersaimfor?

Howdomanagersachievetheaims?

Lead

Plan

Organize

Control

Whatskillsdomanagersneed?

Whattomanage?
People Organizations

Topic 2-6

Topic 7-11

FrameworkoftheCourse

TwoParts
Whatyoucangainfromthiscourse? 1. Define what organization Howto besuccessful inthisis. course?
Expected Learning Outcomes

2. Identify who managers are. 3. Distinguish three levels of managers. 4. Compare and contrast efficiency and effectiveness. 5. Use your own words to explain the four managerial functions. 6. Use your own words to explain the three kinds of managerial skills.

TwoParts
Part II Introduction to the Course Whatyou can gainfromthis course? Howtobesuccessfulinthiscourse?
1. What you can gain from this course?

2. How to be successful in this course?

OurPhilosophy MakeYourTimeCount
Bringyoutoanewlevelonmanagementissues Provideyoumemorablelearningexperiences

ByEndofThisCourse,YouWillGain
Conceptualtoolstounderstandtheessence ofmanagement Abilitytodiagnoseandsolvereal managementproblems Skillsofteamwork

TwoParts
Part II Introduction to the Course Whatyou can gainfromthis course? Howtobesuccessfulinthiscourse?
1. What you can gain from this course?

2. How to be successful in this course?

Evaluation

Group(45%) OralPresentation20% WrittenReport20% PeerEvaluation5%

Individual(55%) ClassParticipation15% FinalExamination40%

GroupProject
Whattodo?
Group(45%) OralPresentation20% WrittenReport20% PeerEvaluation5%

Formafivepeoplegroup Findclippingsfrom newspapersormagazines Analyzemanagementissues

GroupProject
PeerEvaluation
Group(45%) OralPresentation20% WrittenReport20% PeerEvaluation5%

Contributionstogroup Qualityofwork Workingwithothers

IndividualEvaluation
ClassParticipation
Individual(55%)

Contributiontoclassroom learning7% Contributiontoboard discussionatLMES4% Classattendance4%

ClassParticipation15% FinalExamination40%

IndividualEvaluation
FinalExamination
Individual(55%)

Multiplechoice(50points) Casestudy(50points)

ClassParticipation15% FinalExamination40%

Howtodevelopanargument?
Toulmin ModelofArgument(CriticalThinking)
Evidence Claim

Warrant Rebuttal

ExampleofToulmin Model
Q:Its1990.Isarecessionlikelyin1991?
Evidence Because marketshave droppedmorethan 10%,confidenceisdown, andunemploymentis over7% Warrant Giventhatinlastfive recessionstheseall happenedbeforethe actualrecessions Claim Yesarecessionislikely in1991.

Rebuttal Unlessevidenceisdue touncertaintyoverGulf Warorduetoirrational exuberance

QuestionAnsweringApproach
Q:Its1990.Isarecessionlikelyin1991?
Arecessionislikelyin1991(Claim)

because...(Evidence)

Myevidencesupportsmyclaimgiven...(Warrant)

Myansweriscorrectunless(Rebuttal)

ToBeSuccessful,Youneedto

SummaryofToday

My To-Do List
1. Photo If we didnt get your photo in the class, by 12:00 noon, Jun 10, you must email us -1) A recent photo of you; 2) Your student ID; 3) Your name. 2. Grouping (five-person) By 12:00 noon, Jun 15, one member emails us your -1) Group name; 2) Group members names, student IDs, and email addresses; 3) Preferred date of presentation (Jul 6 or 8); 4) Interest in participating the group consultation project .

Management, Eleventh Edition, Global Edition by Stephen P. Robbins & Mary Coulter

Copyright 2012PearsonEducation,Inc. 2012 Pearson Education PublishingasPrentice Hall

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