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Video Chapter Overview

Reference

Readings

Practice Exercises

 

Tests

In Class

Research Assignment Economist

Forum

Project

More Challenging & Thought Provoking,

"Think Globally & Participat"You have got to be believed to be heard! "Decker

Watch/Read

Watch/Read

 

Read Optional practice with Study Questions

Each question 5 points

In Class Assignments Email an article or personal experience about the subject listed and email to jmucci@lbcc.edu. Click on the economist link above as a research resource. Research can be done as a group project. Join and learn to use Yahoo Groups and participate by posting and responding to polls in the weekly forum

Work with your classmates in groups sharing experiences and insights, building on each others ideas and collaboratively create a business project.

 

 

  Put name on all work!

Points Each

100

20

10

10

200 Peer Eval

Weekly Schedule

H.R. Management

Points Total = 700 +

Extra Credit Project = 200 Extra Credit PTO= 100

Boston

300

200Student Videos

100

100

200

1.

"Think Globally & Participate"

Drucker - Leadership

The 2nd Peter on Leadership

Welcome

Challenging, Thought Provoking, Stimulating & Exciting

The Music Business $

The Basic Business Plan

Peer Education presented by Dr. Bill Williams

www.ewhassessment.com

Leadership & Supervision

Confirming Email

Outcomes

The Petro Kostiv Series

The Journey to Community College

The LBCC Experience

The UC Berkeley Experience

The IBUS75 Experience

The University of Michigan Law School & The Value of a Community College Education

" The most important thing a company can do is hire the smartest people possible then give them the resources to transform their ideas into reality." Bill Gates

Each week will cover both basic material for a 100 course & more advanced material for students looking for additional challenges.

 

 

Respect Based Management

"ten characteristics, which describe the essence of a servant leader. The characteristics are listening, empathy, healing, awareness, persuasion, conceptualization, foresight, stewardship, commitment to the growth of others, and building community."

Aspirations?

Survey

Student Survey: (1) What do you want to get from this class? (2) How can the instructor help you meet your expectation? (3) What excercises do you find most productive? (4) What inspires you to return to class & participate?

 

 

"Most people honestly want to do as well as they can" Oprah Winfrey

Rate the Professor

Market needs analysis:

Focus Group: Age, Gender, Social Economic, etc

5 Greatest Guitar Players (Rock):

Bonus Tracks:

 

Click here to join IBUS1FALL06

MGMT58

2.

Out of Our Heads

 

Overview Globalization

Outcomes

Introduction

 

Mind

 

Respect Based Management

Project Process

3.

 

 

 

In Class Student Survey

Be sure to sign the attendance sheet

OrgBeh

Players: Asian BB, Violin Soccer, Nathan & CC in BB.

Ethics

Outcomes

 

Empowerment & Communications

 

Personal Space

5 Types of Teams

Team Development Stages

Communication Process

envelop

The Basic Business Plan

"Ignore the stock market, ignore the economy, and buy a business you understand." Warren Buffet

Drucker

Groups:

  1. Marketing
  2. Operations
  3. Finance&Admin
  4. Technology
  5. Project Management

Develop Class Project Groups & Roles @ MGMT58

How are we going to get the class to work in a group?

4.

Learn how to empower others and implemetn a program of empowered delegation

 

 

Disciple that Promotes Responsibilty

PTO Rules

Max Weber - Leadership

Outcomes

How an Organization Progresses

OrgBeh

How an Organization Progresses

OrgBeh

 

 

Family Feud Respect Based Mgmt 50 Points Offerred - 0 Earned

 

 

Personal Cultural Business Experience

 

OrgBeh

 

How an Organization Progresses

 

"In every instance,
we found that the
best-run companies
stay as close to
their customers
as humanly possible."

Tom Peters

 

Develop tactics for increasing number of members participation.

How are we going to get the class to work in a group?

Groups:

  1. Marketing
  2. Operations
  3. Finance&Admin
  4. Technology
  5. Project Management

5.

Recognize the relevance of teamwork

 

Discipline that Promotes Responsibilty

Fred Enfield

Outcomes

Time to start earnng points toward your grade!

 

5 Types of Teams

Team Development Stages

Communication Process

 

The People Side of Process Improvement
Human assets are pivotal, whatever the initiative (CMMI, Lean, Six Sigma, Employee Involvement, Kaizen, 5S, etc). This course focuses on the most consistent challenge of process improvement programs—involving, engaging, and maintaining enthusiastic employee participation across all levels of organization.

 

 

  Self Evaluation 70 Points

 

Join a class project group

6.

Distingusih between ability and motivation and diagnos the cause of inadequate performance

 

Overview

 

Outcomes

Ability: the quality of being able to perform; a quality that permits or facilitates achievement or accomplishment.

Motivation: the psychological feature that arouses an organism to action toward a desired goal; the reason for the action; that which gives purpose

 

  Self Evaluation

Talent vs Compliance

Terrel Owens

Randy Moss

Manny Ramirez

Goose Gossage1.82/Tim Stoddard4.65

Alan Iverson/Aaron Affallo

 

Motivation

How do you think the average person would spend a $1,500 cash gift

Marketing Group :

Operations Group :

F&A Group:

Project Management Group;

7. Evaluate the major elements of stress and how stress effects individuals and their performance.

 

 

 

 

Outcomes

 

Elements of Stress

Stress

 

Elements of Stress

 

Stress

Stress

How should college fees be set?

Group Project Organization

8. Access individual stress management and time management skills

Overview

CC Standards

Outcomes

At the heart of time management is an important shift in focus:

Concentrate on results, not on being busy

Many people spend their days in a frenzy of activity, but achieve very little, because they're not concentrating their effort on the things that matter the most.

The 80:20 Rule: This is neatly summed up in the Pareto Principle, or the '80:20 Rule'. This says that typically 80% of unfocussed effort generates only 20% of results. This means that the remaining 80% of results are achieved with only 20% of the effort. While the ratio is not always 80:20, this broad pattern of a small proportion of activity generating non-scalar returns recurs so frequently that it is the norm in many situations.

Deep Breathing

Yoga

  Deep Breathing

 

Yoga

Customer Relationships

Give an example of how you worked collaboratively in this class.

Group Project Organization

9. Develop skills that foster creativity and innovativeness among other people

 

 

 

Outcomes

62 - 600

Respect Based Management

"ten characteristics, which describe the essence of a servant leader. The characteristics are listening, empathy, healing, awareness, persuasion, conceptualization, foresight, stewardship, commitment to the growth of others, and building community."

 

All Business Ideas

20 Q Test Tuesday 3/10 @0900

 

 

  "Think Globally & Participate"

 

Make Your Bells

Citizen’s Global Responsibility

Discuss something you have learned from another class member

 

10. Develop analytical, communication and critical thinking skills that support interpersonal relationships

 

 

Outcomes

Creative Thinking

Fed Ex

  "Think Globally & Participate"

Stewardship

Give an example of good leadership

 

11. Undesrstand the nature of conflict and it's positive and negative aspects

 

Outcomes

Conflict Resolution

Conflict

Conflict Resolution

Conflict

20 Q Test Tuesday 3/24 @0900

 

  Conflict Resolution

Conflict

Conflict Resolution

What should come first in organizing a business?

Group Project Organization

12. Increase your influence with higher authorities

Learning Organizations

Be prepared to discuss in class

 

Outcomes

Make your Bells

 

Self Evaluation

Understand Value Systems

 

Make your Bells

 

Self Evaluation

Understand Value Systems

Micro Loans

 

Comp Committee Group Status

13. Evaluate the effects & impacts of technology on the workforce

Outcomes

Global financial crisis of 2008–2009

Submarine communications cable Fiber Optic

Email

 

20 Q Test Tuesday 4/7 @0900

 

 

  "Cost Effective and Highly Reliable"

 

Revisions

14 Develop a working knowledge of leadership/supervision terms & concepts

 

Outcomes

"Think Globally & Participate"

Drucker - Leadership

The 2nd Peter on Leadership

Max Weber - Leadership

Respect Based Management

 

Strategic Planning/ MBO's

 

  Strategy-MBO

Multi National Leadership

Consolidation

15. Examine the effects of ethics/social responsibility, diversity and globalism in the workplace

 

Outcomes

 

 

20 Q Test Tuesday 4/21 @0900

 

 

MacDonald’s Index

How did you contribute to the class?

 

16.

Outcomes

Class Collaborative Project:

 

 

 

 

Edited Report

17.

 

  Outcomes

Present & Discuss Class Collaborative Project  

 

 

 

 

Present

18.

 

 

 

 

 

Grade

Points Earned

 

A

> 629

B

629-560

C

559-490

D

489-420

F

< 420

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