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PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT MGMT300. Nguyen, V. Thang (PhD). About me. Education: BA: National Economics University (1989) MBA: Boise State University (1995) Ph.D.: University of Oregon (2002) Teaching experience: NEU University of Macau Washington State University University of Oregon.

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principles of management mgmt300

PRINCIPLES OFMANAGEMENTMGMT300

Nguyen, V. Thang (PhD)

about me
About me
  • Education:
    • BA: National Economics University (1989)
    • MBA: Boise State University (1995)
    • Ph.D.: University of Oregon (2002)
  • Teaching experience:
    • NEU
    • University of Macau
    • Washington State University
    • University of Oregon
my contacts
My Contacts
  • Thang
    • Office: R102 Building 14
    • Tel: 36280280 (5109)
    • E-mail: nguyenvanthang@neu.edu.vn (Preferred)
my philosophy
My Philosophy
  • Learning is changing
  • “What you hear, you forget. What you see, you remember. What you do, you understand!” - Be active!
  • Craziness/Strangeness/Differences are things we learn from. Be open-minded!
  • In learning, less is more. Be focused!
  • HAVE FUN!
exercise
Exercise
  • Get into group of 5-6
  • Draw a manager
  • Answer the question: “What part of the manager’s body do what?”
  • You have 20 minutes
mapping the course
MAPPING THE COURSE

What do we have?

- Resources (e.g., HRM)

- Structure/ system

What is going on there?

- Environment analysis

- Globalization

  • How can I ensure my
  • people work toward the goals
  • Group and team
  • Leadership
  • Motivation
  • Communication
  • Conflict resolution

Where are we going?

- Goals/ Mission

- Strategies/plans

course objectives
COURSE OBJECTIVES

Functions of

Management

Organization as

an Open System

Management

Skills

In an Organization

As a Person

what you learn from
What You Learn From...

Materials

Lectures

Activities

evaluation
Evaluation
  • Exam: 60%
    • Midterm (25%)
    • Final (35%)
  • Team Project: 25%
  • Writing assignments: 10%
  • Participation: 5%
who should not take this class
Who Should Not Take This Class?
  • Expect me to give lots of lectures or answers to the problems
  • Afraid of reading, discussing, and questioning
  • Afraid of applying concepts to real life (team project)
why did people fail this class
WHY DID PEOPLE FAIL THIS CLASS?
  • Miss more than 3 classes (regardless of the reasons)
  • Do not do the readings (and cases) before the class
  • Do not participate and take good notes of class discussions
  • Do not participate in team assignment
  • Forget exam or assignment due dates

ANY ONE OF THE ABOVE WOULD DO IT

my expectations
My Expectations
  • Read the chapters and cases before class and be prepared to discuss concepts
  • Participate in class cases and exercises
  • Be responsible for learning, being on time, turning in assignments
  • Contribute to your team
  • Be Positive and Take Responsibility for What You Learn: ASK QUESTIONS!!
what is learning15
What Is Learning?
  • Acquiring …
  • Understanding …
  • Applying …
  • Creating …

New data, information, and knowledge

Learning is changing yourself

levels of learning
Levels of Learning
  • Identify key ideas
  • Relate to (compare to) other ideas
  • Critique and integration
  • Application
  • Create new questions and ideas
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Learning Styles

Concrete Experience

Active

Experimentation

Reflective

Observation

Abstract Conceptualisation

evolution of management theory
EVOLUTION OF MANAGEMENT THEORY

How to respond to

the environment?

Organization-Environment Theory

How should

managers behave?

Behavioral Management Theory

How to structure the

organization?

Administrative Management Theory

Scientific Management

How to organize the tasks for people?

the management functions
THE MANAGEMENT FUNCTIONS

PLANNING

CO-ORDINATING

CONTROLLING

ORGANIZING

LEADING

the management functions21
THE MANAGEMENT FUNCTIONS
  • Planning: Setting goals and deciding how best to achieve them
  • Organizing: Structuring working relationships
  • Leading: Influencing others to work towards goals
  • Controlling: Regulating activities to reach goals
  • Coordinating: Bringing the different activities together
  • Organized and systematic way of looking at manager’s jobs
exercise the mann gulch disaster
Exercise: The Mann Gulch Disaster
  • Using four functions of management to explain the disaster in the video