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IntroductionWhat is Management?What Do Managers Do?Career Opportunities and SalariesEducational Development of Great ManagersWhat is Your Management Style?Ethical Managers and the Institute for Business IntegrityClosing Remarks and QuestionsContact Information . Agenda. Dr. Joseph A. PetrickOver 25 Years of Management Experience in the Private, Public and Nonprofit SectorsTenured Professor of Management, Author of Four Management Books and Over 110 Refereed Journal Articles and/or C9456

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3. Dr. Joseph A. Petrick Over 25 Years of Management Experience in the Private, Public and Nonprofit Sectors Tenured Professor of Management, Author of Four Management Books and Over 110 Refereed Journal Articles and/or Conference Research Papers on Management http://www.wright.edu/~joseph.petrick/

8. High physical energy Analytical skills Problem-solving skills Works with time-constraints Able to work with diverse individuals Resolves/handles conflict Personal integrity Builds collective integrity Computer Skills Effectively handles stress Creativity Evaluates performance fairly Provides accurate and timely feedback Encourages others Interpersonal skills Mental toughness Cares for stakeholders Realistic planning System assessment Acts sustainably Assess and improve systems Self-confidence and determination Detail-orientation Ability to improve processes Ability to work with a team Good at leading and controlling

9. What Managers in Three Different American Businesses Do: Sunshine Cleaning, JIAN, and Archway Products (Video: 14 minutes)

10. Private Large Corporations Medium Sized Businesses Small Businesses Public Federal Government State Government Local Government Nonprofit National State Local

11. Administrative Services Manager Assistant Manager Branch Manager Chief Executive Officer Contract Administrator Credit and Collections Manager Environmental Manager Facility Manager Financial Manager General Manager Hospital Manager Hotel Manager IT Manager Management Analyst Management Consultant Management Supervisor Management Trainee Non-profit Manager Public Manager Small Business Manager System Manager

12. Top Middle Low

17. Positive & Negative Zones of Managerial Performance

21. Management Style and Ethical Judgment

22. Positive & Negative Zones of Managerial Moral Performance

24. Managerial Moral Judgment and De-humanization Risks

25. Institute for Business Integrity Mission Institute for Business Integrity Mission To Develop the Moral Competency of Current and Future Business Leaders To Promote Responsible Practices in the Business Community

26. Institute for Business Integrity Activity Institute for Business Integrity Activity Service Activities: SA8000 Audits Teaching Activities: Ethics Bowl Teams Research Activities: E-Newsletter

27. Books and Articles Related to Management Careers Gebelein, Susan H. et al. (2000). Successful Managers’ Handbook: Develop Yourself, Coach Others. Johnson, Jeffrey S. (2000). Resumes for Business Management Careers. Whetten, David A. and Cameron, Kim S. (2005). Developing Management Skills. Morris, Michael. (2001). The First Time Manager: The First Steps to a Brilliant Management Career. Place, Irene Magdaline and Lewis Baratz. Opportunities in Business Management Careers. (1997).

28. Professional Associations Academy of Management (AOM) http://www.aom.org American Management Association (AMA) http://www.amanet.org

29. Closing Remarks and Questions Questions?

30. Speaker Contact Joseph A. Petrick, Ph.D., SPHR Director, Institute for Business Integrity Raj Soin College of Business, 206 Rike Hall Wright State University Dayton, OH 45435-0001 Phone: (937) 775-2428 Fax: (937) 775-3545 Email: [email protected] Website: http://www.wright.edu/business/ibi/

31. Department Contact Dr. Charles Hartmann, Chair Department of Management Raj Soin College of Business, 270 Rike Hall Wright State University Dayton, OH 45435-0001 Phone: (937) 775-2428 Fax: (937) 775-3545 Email: [email protected] Website: http://www.wright.edu/business/

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