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St.

Paul College Pasig


High School Department
School Year 2016-2017

COURSE SYLLABUS

DETAILS
Course Title Organization and Management
Course Description This course is designed to familiarize the students with the basic concepts, principles, and processes related to business organizations, and the
functional areas of management. Particular emphasis will be given to the study of management functions like planning, organizing, leading, and
controlling, and students will be oriented on the importance of these functions and the role of each area in entrepreneurship.
Grade Level 11
Number of hours 80 hours/ 4 hours a week

FIRST HALF OF THE SEMESTER

Content Standards The learners have an understanding of:


1. basic concepts and theories of management;
2. the role of business in the environment, and how the environment affects the firm;
3. the importance of planning concepts in business success; and
4. the significance of organization structures for effective business management
Performance Standards The learners shall be able to:
1. apply management theories & concepts in solving business cases;

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2. analyze the various environmental forces affecting the firm and summarize these using Political, Economic, Social, and Technological
Analysis (PEST) and Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats (SWOT) Analysis frameworks;
3. formulate effective plans for a specific business endeavor; and
4. design an appropriate organization structure for a specific business
Student Learning The learner:
Outcomes  exhibits creative and critical thinking skills to solve problems, make informed decisions, innovate, and produce quality work;
 uses information, media, and technology competently, ethically, and responsibly;
 displays leadership skills as she collaborates with others to exchange ideas, create new understandings, explore perspectives, and apply
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knowledge to real life situations;
 exudes honor and integrity in dealing with self and others
 takes pride in her national heritage and is empowered to participate actively in nation building;
 recognizes and respects individual and cultural differences;
 demonstrates ability to work productively as a member of local and global society.
Topic Guide
Unit Title Topics Duration Skills & Competencies Remarks
Nature and Concept of  Definition and functions of Two weeks/ eight 1. Discuss the meaning and functions of management
Management management (8) hours 2. Explain the various types of management theories
 Functions, roles, and skills of 3. Explain the functions, roles, and skills of managers
a manager
 Evolution of management
theories
The Firm and Its  Environmental forces and Two weeks/ eight 4. Identify various forces/ elements of the firm’s
Environment environmental scanning (8) hours environment
 The local and international 5. Summarize these forces using the PEST and SWOT
business environment of the analyses
firm 6. Describe the local and international business
 Phases of economic environment of a firm
development 7. Explain the role of business in relation to the economy
 Forms of business 8. Discuss the different phases of economic development
organizations 9. Differentiate the various forms of business organizations
Planning  Definition and nature of Three weeks/ 10. Discuss the nature of planning
planning twelve (12) hours 11. Compare and contrast the different types of plans

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 Types of plans 12. Describe planning at different levels in the firm
 Planning at different levels in 13. Apply appropriate planning techniques and tools
the firm 14. Formulate a decision from several alternatives
 Planning techniques and tools
 Application of planning tools
and techniques
 Decision making
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Organizing  Nature of organizations Three weeks/ 15. Discuss the nature of organizations
 Types of organization twelve (12) hours 16. Distinguish the various types of organization structures
structures 17. Apply organization theories in solving business cases
 Organization theories and 18. Identify the different elements of delegation
application 19. Differentiate formal from informal organization
 Delegation
 Formal & informal
organizations
Assessment & Evaluation
Written Work (25%) Performance Tasks (45%) Periodic Assessment (30%)
Quizzes, Worksheets, Individual/ Pair/Small Group 1. Analyzing the various environmental forces affecting Midterm Exam
Exercises or Reports, Case Analyses (Management an organization and summarizing these using two (January 18-20, 2017)
Theories and Concepts) analysis frameworks: [a] Political, Economic, Social,
and Technological Analysis (PEST) and [b] Strengths,
Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats (SWOT).
2. Formulating effective plans for a specific business
endeavor and designing an appropriate organization
structure for a specific business
Major Requirements
Intended Output Date of Submission Other Subjects Involved
1. PEST and SWOT Analysis January 6, 2017
2. Business Plan for a Small or Family Business January 23, 2017
(Part I: Business Concept and Situational
Analysis)

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SECOND HALF OF THE SEMESTER

Content Standards The learners have an understanding of:


1. the process of recruiting, selecting, and training employees
2. how motivation, leadership, and communication work in an organization
3. different controlling methods and techniques
4. the different functional areas of management
5. the basic concepts of small-family business
Performance Standards The learners shall be able to:
1. Conduct and prepare job analysis
2. Demonstrate knowledge in motivation, leadership, and communication by solving business cases
3. Apply appropriate control measures for a specific business situation
4. Select one’s area of interest for future career path
5. Initiate an appropriate small-family business
Student Learning The learner:
Outcomes  exhibits creative and critical thinking skills to solve problems, make informed decisions, innovate, and produce quality work;
 uses information, media, and technology competently, ethically, and responsibly;
 displays leadership skills as she collaborates with others to exchange ideas, create new understandings, explore perspectives, and apply
knowledge to real life situations;
 exudes honor and integrity in dealing with self and others
 takes pride in her national heritage and is empowered to participate actively in nation building;
 recognizes and respects individual and cultural differences;
 demonstrates ability to work productively as a member of local and global society.

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Topic Guide
Unit Title Topics Duration Skills & Competencies Remarks
Staffing  Definition and nature of Two weeks/ eight 20. Discuss the nature of staffing
staffing (8) hours 21. Explain the steps in the recruitment and selection
 Recruitment process
 Selection 22. Recognize the different training programs
 Training and development 23. Identify the policy guidelines on compensation/
wages and performance evaluation/ appraisal
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 Compensation/wages and 24. Discuss the importance of employee relations
performance 25. Differentiate various employee movements
evaluation/appraisal 26. Adopt effective rewards systems
 Employee relations
 Employee movements
 Rewards Systems
Directing  Definition Three weeks/ 27. Discuss the nature of directing/ leading
 Motivation twelve (12) hours 28. Differentiate leading from managing
 Leadership theories 29. Identify the different theories of motivation
 Communication 30. Differentiate styles of leadership
 Management of change and 31. Appreciate the role of communication in
diversity directing people within the organization
 Filipino and foreign cultures 32. Explain the management of change and diversity
in the workplace
33. Recognize the interrelationship of Filipino and
foreign cultures
Controlling  Definition and nature of Three weeks/ 34. Discuss the nature of controlling
management control twelve (12) hours 35. Describe the link between planning and
 The link between planning and controlling
controlling 36. Distinguish control methods and systems
 Control methods and systems 37. Apply management control in accounting and
 Application of management marketing concepts and techniques
control in accounting and 38. Prepare a budget plan
marketing concepts and

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techniques
 Role of budgets in planning
and control
Introduction to the  Human Resource Management One week/ four (4) 39. Explain the nature and role in the firm of the
Different Functional Areas  Marketing Management hours following functional areas of management:
of Management  Operations Management a. Human Resource Management
 Financial Management b. Marketing Management
c. Operations Management
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 Information & d. Financial Management
Communication Technology e. Material and Procurement Management
Management f. Office Management
g. Information & Communication Technology
Management
Special Topics in  Small Business Management One week/ four (4) 40. Explain how to start a small-family business
Management and Entrepreneurship hours 41. Identify the business legal forms and
 Family Business Enterprise requirements
 Starting a Business: Legal 42. Appreciate the role of small-family businesses in
Forms and Requirements an improving economic status
Assessment & Evaluation
Written Work (25%) Performance Tasks (45%) Periodic Assessment (30%)
Quizzes, Worksheets, Individual/ Pair/Small Group 1. Selecting one’s area of interest for future career path Final Exam
Exercises or Reports, Case Analyses (Motivation, 2. Initiating an appropriate small-family business (March 15-17, 2017)
Leadership, and Communication)
Major Requirements
Intended Output Date of Submission Other Subjects Involved
Business Plan for a Small or Family Business (Part II: March 10, 2017
Business Viability, Conclusion, and Recommendations)

REFERENCES

Bulaong, O., Jr., Dewi, I. J., & Santiago, J. S. (2014). Business ethics in Asia: Issues and cases. Quezon City: Ateneo de Manila University Press.

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Clegg, S., Kornberger, M., & Pitsis, T. (2011). Managing & organizations: An introduction to theory and practice (3rd ed.). London: SAGE Publications Ltd.
Drucker, P. (1986). Management: Tasks, responsibilities, practice. New York: Truman Talley Books/E.P. Dutton.
Genadinik, A. (2015). Business plan template and example: How to write a business plan [Kindle]. ISBN-13:978-1519741783.
Lee-Chua, Q. N. (1997). Successful family businesses: Dynamics of five Filipino business families. Quezon City: Ateneo de Manila University Press.
Payos, R. P., Espinosa, E. G., & Zorilla, O. S. (2016). Organization and management. Manila: Rex Book Store, Inc.
Schermerhorn, J., Jr. (2012). Exploring management (3rd ed.). New Jersey: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
Schermerhorn, J. Jr., et al. (2010). Organizational behavior (11th ed.). New Jersey: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

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Prepared by: Checked by: Noted by: Noted by:

Ms. Salve Regina F. de la Paz Ms. Marie Christine E. Rigor Mrs. Sheila Marie B. Fetalvero Sister Teresita A. Agana, SPC
Subject Teacher Subject Team Leader Assistant Principal for Academics Principal

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