INTERNATIONAL ISLAMIC UNIVERSITY MALAYSIA                                              COURSE OUTLINEKulliyyah            ...
Credit Value / Hours      3Pre-requisites (if any)   NilCo-requisites (if any)    Nil                          1.    To in...
LO                     Method                         %                            1,2,3,4,5   Participation              ...
Organizational Culture and Environment       - The manager; Omnipotent or symbolic?          7.5    Robbins & Coulter2    ...
Managers and Communication       - The nature and function of communication    7.5       - Methods of interpersonal commun...
Main references supporting the courseRequiredRobbins, S. P. & Coulter, M. (2009), Management, Pearson Prentice Hall. (10th...
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The course provides necessary introduction to the essentials of management as they apply to the contemporary work environment. Topics covered in this course are designed to balance the management theory and the management practice. This is crucial for graduate students to help them making better decisions in their organizations.

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MGT 6110 managing corporate resources

  1. 1. INTERNATIONAL ISLAMIC UNIVERSITY MALAYSIA COURSE OUTLINEKulliyyah Economics & Management SciencesDepartment/School Graduate School of ManagementProgramme Masters of Business AdministrationName of Course / Mode Managing Corporate ResourcesCourse Code MGT 6110Name (s) of Academic Dr Dolhadi Zainudin, DBAstaff / Instructor(s) The course provides necessary introduction to the essentials ofRationale for the management as they apply to the contemporary work environment. Topicsinclusion of the course / covered in this course are designed to balance the management theory andmodule in the the management practice. This is crucial for graduate students to help themprogramme making better decisions in their organizations.Semester and Year Semester 1, 2011/2012OfferedStatus CoreLevel GraduateProposed Start Date Semester 1, 2011/2012Batch of Student to be Current IntakeAffected Independent Learning Face to Face Total Guided and IndependentTotal Student Learning Learning Presentation Final Exam Preparation & Revision Mid-Term LecturesTime (SLT) Project paper Class Case s 34 6 2 1 3 72 118 1
  2. 2. Credit Value / Hours 3Pre-requisites (if any) NilCo-requisites (if any) Nil 1. To introduce corporate resource utilization effective and efficient way 2. To provide a broad understanding of management principles, practices, concepts and theories. 3. To introduce Islamic perspectives to management.Course Objectives 4. To highlight contemporary issues to management. 5. To enhance problem-solving, decision-making and communication skills. At the end of the course, students should be able to: 1. Demonstrate an overall understanding of management principles, practices, concepts and theories. 2. Demonstrate an understanding of Islamic perspective to management.Learning Outcomes 3. Differentiate between Islamic and conventional approaches to management. 4. Identify and explain contemporary issues in management. 5. Analyze and present management cases as part of a team. 1. Communication skills are developed through oral presentations of management cases and discussions conducted during classes. 2. Problem solving and analytical skills are developed through caseTransferable Skills: analysis report writing and group projects. 3. Writing skills are developed through report writing. 4. Teamwork skills are developed through case analysis and group projects. Type of Assessment Description Lectures are conducted everyTeaching-Learning and Lectures class timeassessment strategy Each student has to complete one Project group project and two case analyses Effective/efficient use of available corporate resources by the management is considered essential for the success of any business and non –business organizations. It is the backbone of industrialized societies. This basicCourse Synopsis management course introduces students to management fundamentals and functions of planning, organizing, leading and controlling. Students are exposed to the fundamental concepts of management behavior in order to prepare them to best meet the challenges of managing the organizations and coping with forces of the external environment. 2
  3. 3. LO Method % 1,2,3,4,5 Participation 10Assessment Methods and 1,2, 3 Mid-semester Examination 20Type / CourseAssessment 1,2,3,4,5 Case Analysis 15State weightage of each 1,2,3,5 Group Project 15type of assessment. 1,2,3,4,5 Final Examination 40 Total 100Mapping of the course / module to the programme aims Mapping of course / module to the Programme Learning Outcomes Programme Outcomes Learning Outcome of the course O1 O2 O3 O4 O5 O6 O7 O8 O9 1. Demonstrate an overall understanding of management √ √ √ √ principles, practices, concepts and theories. √ 2. Demonstrate an understanding of Islamic perspective to management. √ √ 3. Differentiate between Islamic and conventional √ √ approaches to management. √ √ 4. Identify and explain contemporary issues in √ √ √ √ √ management. √ 5. Analyze and present management cases as part of a team √ √ √ √ Content outline of the course / module and the SLT per topic LearningWeeks Topics Task/Reading Hours Introduction to Management and Organizations - Who are managers? - What do managers do? - What is an organization? - Why study management? Robbins & Coulter 1 7.5 (2009), Chap. 1 & 2 Management History - Historical background of management - Classical approach - Quantitative approach - Behavioural approach - Contemporary approach 3
  4. 4. Organizational Culture and Environment - The manager; Omnipotent or symbolic? 7.5 Robbins & Coulter2 - Organizational culture (2009), Chap. 3 - Current organizational issues - The environment Managing in a Global Environment - Who owns what? Robbins & Coulter - What is your global perspective? 7.53 (2009), Chap. 4 - Understanding the global environment - Doing business globally - Managing in a global environment Social Responsibility and Managerial Ethics 8.5 - What is social responsibility Robbins & Coulter - Green management (2009), Chap. 5 - Managers and ethical behavior4 Case Analysis 1- Zara - Encouraging ethical behavior International (Questions 1, 2 - Social responsibility and ethical issues in & 3) today’s world (Based on Chapter 2) Presentation and Discussion Managers as Decision Makers - The decision making process 7.5 - Managers making decisions Robbins & Coulter - Types of decisions and decision-making (2009), Chap. 6 conditions5 Case Analysis 2- Panera - Decision-making styles Bread Company (Questions - Effective decision making in today’s 1, 2 & 3) world (Based on Chapter 3) Presentation and Discussion Foundations of Planning 9.5 Robbins & Coulter - The what and why of planning (2009), Chap. 7 - Goals and plans6 - Setting goals and developing plans Case Analysis 3: Tom’s of - Contemporary issues in planning Maine (Questions 1, 2, & 3) Presentation and Discussion (Based on Chapter 5) Revision 13.57 Mid Term Exam (Coverage: Chapters 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 & 6) Organizational Structure and Design - Designing organizational structure 8. 5 Robbins & Coulter8 - Mechanistic and organic structures (2009), Chap. 9 - Common organizational designs 4
  5. 5. Managers and Communication - The nature and function of communication 7.5 - Methods of interpersonal communication - Effective interpersonal communication Robbins & Coulter - Organizational communication (2009), Chap. 14 - Information technology and9 communication Case Analysis 4: Amazon: - How IT affects organization One E-Store .. (Questions 1, - Communication issues in today’s 2, & 3) organization (Based on Chapter 6) Presentation and Discussion Motivating Employees Robbins & Coulter - What is motivation 8.5 (2009), Chap. 15 - Early theories of motivation10 - Contemporary theories of motivation Case Analysis 5: Lands’ End - Current issues in motivation (Questions 1, 2 & 3) Presentation and Discussion (Based on Chapter 7) Managers as Leaders - Who are leaders and what is leadership? 10. 5 - Early leadership theories Robbins & Coulter - Contingency theories of leadership (2009), Chap. 1611 - Contemporary views of leadership - Leadership issues in twenty-first century Project paper preparation Introduction to Controlling - What is controlling and why is it 9.5 important? - The control process Robbins & Coulter - Controlling for organizational (2009), Chap. 17 performance - Tools for measuring organizational Case Analysis 6: Pixar:12 Animated Geniuses performance (Questions - Contemporary issues in control 1, 2 & 3) (Based on Chapter 15 Presentation and Discussion Project paper preparation13 Final Examination and preparation 12 Total 118 5
  6. 6. Main references supporting the courseRequiredRobbins, S. P. & Coulter, M. (2009), Management, Pearson Prentice Hall. (10th Edition) Additional references supporting the courseHitt, M. A., Black, J. S. & Porter, L. W. (2009). Management(10th Edition). Pearson Prentice Hall.NOTES : 6

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