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    • Management Process & Organizational Behaviour L3T0P0C3Course Code1CP01Version No.1Name of InstructorPrerequisiteNot RequiredObjectives1. The objective of the course is to provide an understanding of the tasks and functions of management.2. To familiarize the students with the behavioral patterns of human beings at individual & group levels in the context of an organization.3. To enhance the ability of the students in predicting and control of human behavior in an organization.4. To enhance understanding of the dynamics of interaction and integration between the individual and the organization.Expected OutcomeOn the successful completion of the course, the student should be able to:Understand & to apply management principles and concept as they apply to business situations.Understand the role of management in making decisions.ModuleHoursIFundamentals of Management & Management ProcessEvolution of Management thought, Meaning and Nature of Management, Management , Approaches, Processes, Managerial functions & competencies, Tasks and Responsibilities of a Managers, Issues in Managing: Change, Technology, Diversity & Globalization, Fundamentals of social responsibility, areas of corporate social responsibility, Social responsiveness and decision making, Basic approaches to Ethics, Codes of Ethics, Tools of Ethics: Values, rights, duties & moral rules, Creating an ethical workplace.5IIFoundations of Planning and Managerial Decision makingImportance of Planning, Types & elements of Planning, strategic Planning, Strategy formulation tools: SWOT analysis, Porter’s five forces model, Mc Kinsey’s 7-S framework, Types & process of decision making, Decision making models, Decision making under risk, certainty & uncertainty.5IIIFundamentals of Organizing and ControllingOrganization Structure & Design, Elements of Structure, Organizational Design applications, Effective Delegation, Boundary less Organizations, Meaning, need & process of Control, Importance of Control, Types of Control, Designing an integrated control system, Ethical Issues of Control.5IVIntroduction to Organizational Behavior & Individual BehaviorNature, importance and determinants of OB; Subsequent Phases of Hawthorne studies and Human Relations Approaches; Predecessors of OB; Relationship with other fields; Understanding Individual Differences - Understanding Self , Nature Vs. Nurture, Johari Window; Personality Traits and Attributes of Personality - Self-Esteem, Type A & B, Locus of Control, Machiavellianism; Application of Personality theory in Organizations – MBTI instrument.5VIndividual Processes and BehaviorIndividual Determinants of Organization Behavior - Person Perception, Perceptual Process, Importance and factors affecting perception, Attribution theories; Individual Learning: Nature and process, Application of learning principles in organizational context; Attitudes and values, Work related attitudes. Managing emotions in organizations – emotional intelligence and emotional labor, stress management; Motivation – concept and applications8VIUnderstanding Group and Organizational level BehaviorsGroup Dynamics and Interpersonal, Relationships, Group processes and group decision making, Dysfunctions of groups, Team: Creating effective teams and turning individuals into team players, Contemporary issues in managing teams.Leadership theories and contemporary issues in leadership, Management of Organizational Conflicts and negotiations, Understanding Power and Politics, Organizational Culture, Organizational Change and development.12Text BooksOrganizational Behavior by Robbins, P., Judge, and Sanghi (2009). Pearson Education.ReferencesEssentials of Mgmt. by Harold Koontz & Heinz Weichrich (1st ed., Excel Books)Management: Text & Cases by V S P Rao & V Hari Krishna (Excel Books)Management by James A. F. Stoner, r Edward Freeman, Daniel R Gilbert (6th edition, Pearson Education)Organizational Behaviour by Fred Luthans (Tata Mc.Graw Hil)Mode of EvaluationType of EvaluationMax. marks for which the exam is conductedMarks in previous column are converted toCAT-I50 marks15 marksCAT-II50 marks15 marks3 QuizzesEach quiz will be conducted for a minimum of 20 marks15 marks(5 marks from each quiz)AssignmentIn the form of a report, seminar, presentation, quiz, experiment, GD, etc. as defined in the course syllabus/ course plan5 marksTEE (Theory without a lab component)100 marks50 marksTotal100 marksAttendance eligibility criteria forPeriod of calculation of absenceMinimum % of attendance requiredMinimum % of attendance required with the consent of ProctorCAT -IFrom 1st Instructional day to 2 days before the start of CAT – I exams85%75%CAT - IIFrom 1st Instructional day to 2 days before the start of CAT-II exams85%75%TEE (Theory & Lab, separately)From 1st Instructional day to the Last Instructional Day (inclusive)85%75%Recommended by the Board of Studies onDate of Approval by the Academic Council
    BBA 101<br />
    • Principles & Practices of managementL3T0P0C3Version No.101PrerequisiteObjectivesTo provide fundamental knowledge and exposure to the concepts, theories and practices in the field of management.Expected OutcomeStudents will be able to:apply the acquired knowledge in actual business practices. Module IIntroduction07Concept, Nature, Process and Significance of Management; Managerial levels,skills, Functions and Roles; Management vs. Administration; Coordination as Essence of Management; Development of Management Thought: Classical, Neo-Classical, Behavioral, Systems and Contingency Approaches, modern Organisation theory.Module IIManagement Planning Process07Nature, Scope and Objectives of Planning; Types of plans; Planning Process; Limitations & Significance of Planning, Business Forecasting; MBO: Concept, Types, Process and Techniques of Decision-Making; Bounded Rationality.Module IIIOrganizing08Nature, importance, process, types of organizations, organizationchart, organizing principles, span of management: factors determining effective span,Authority-Responsibility; Delegation and Decentralization; Formal and Informal Organization.Module IVStaffing08Meaning, Job analysis, Manpower planning, Recruitment, selection, training, performance evaluation, executive development, transfers & promotion, appraisals, Management development, job rotation, training, rewards & recognition.Module VDirecting08Nature and Importance of Motivation; Types of Motivation; Theories of Motivation: Maslow, Herzberg, X, Y and Z. Co-ordination, Communication, Directing & management control, Decision making, Management by Objectives (MBO) the concept & relevance.Module VIControlling07Nature and Scope of Control; Types of Control; Control Process; Control Techniques – Traditional and Modern; Effective Control SystemPrescribed Text Books1.Koontz, H.( 2008), Essentials of Management, McGraw Hill Education.2. Robbins, (2009). Fundamentals of Management: Essentials Concepts and Applications, 6th edition, Pearson Education.ReferencesGupta, C.B. (2008), Management Concepts and Practices, Sultan Chand and Sons, New Delhi.Mode of Evaluation