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This organizational management course is intended to be a survey of  management theories, conceptual frameworks, and their application in practice. The course focuses on building skills required for managing today's organizations.

Organizational management seeks to achieve organizational goals efficiently and effectively through four primary management functions - planning, organizing, leading and controlling. A  proper understanding of management and organizational principles leads to improved use of the resources necessary to attain organizational goals. Identifying, describing, and grappling with such important management and organizational principles will be the central focus of this course.

As stated in the Saint Martin's University catalog, this course involves the "Study of the evolution of management, including the differences between the mechanistic and organic models. (Includes discussions of) organizational theory and interpersonal relationships."


Contact Information:

Room 370 "Old Main"


E-Mail: dstout@stmartin.edu

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