Management 6500 301 Section 401 (31400)
Management Principles & Concepts
2:40—5:10 p.m. Mon. / Tues. / Thur. CBA 130
July ...
Teacher for this class
Dr. Stephen F. Hallam, Ph.D.
Office: CBA Building Room 338
Office Phone: 330-972-8139
Office Hours:...
Required Textbook:
• Principles of Management and Leadership by
Stephen F. Hallam, University Readers/Cognella,
2012, ISBN...
Using Cognella Online Resources for this
class: http://courses.cognella.com
• Enter the following codes when
prompted:
– C...
Using online financial information sites for
this class
• http://www.google.com/finance
• http://www.nytimes.com/business/...
Example: Sirius XM Radio
• Would you buy this stock? Why or
why not?
• http://www.google.com/finance?q=
NASDAQ:SIRI&fstype...
Other Reading:
Get in the habit of
reading at least one
good book per
month on topics
related to business.
http://www.nyti...
Mark Twain said
“The man who does
not read good
books has no
advantage over the
man who can’t read
them.”
8
Grading:
Class Participation & Misc. 10%
Chapter Quizzes (Ch 1-15) 10%
Unit I Exam (Ch 1-5) 10%
Unit II Exam (Ch 6-10) 10%...
Why take this course?
1. It’s required
2. Provides an intro into all the
areas of management
3. May be only course on
mana...
Why Study Management?
1. This is where the money is.
2. You can make a difference.
3. It is interesting work.
4. Most b-sc...
Local Businesses and their top managers
Where the big bucks are:
• Goodyear CEO Richard J. Kramer $12.2M
http://www.reuter...
Local businesses and their top managers
continued
• Timken CEO James W. Griffith $12.8M
http://www.reuters.com/finance/sto...
More local CEOs
• Glen M. Renwick, Progressive $4.5M
– http://www.forbes.com/lists/2009/12/best-boss-
09_Glenn-M-Renwick_S...
More local CEOs
• FirstEnergy CEO Anthony J. Alexander $18.3M
http://www.reuters.com/finance/stocks/officerProf
ile?symbol...
Other salaries:
• Barack Obama, Pres. U.S. $400,000
• Sherrod Brown, U.S. Senator $174,000
• Betty Sutton, U.S. Congress $...
However, it is not all about the money
Although the money isn’t bad
• Managers make a difference
• Successfully growing a ...
Why be a manager?
M. Scott Peck M.D.
The Road Less Traveled said:
“I think management is the
highest calling there is.
Man...
Introductions and photos for seating chart
1. What is your name?
2. What is your major?
3. What are your career plans?
4. ...
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  • Summer 2013 Introduction: Management 6500 301 Section 401 (31400), Management Principles & Concepts, Management 6500 301 Section 401 (31400)Management Principles & Concepts, 2:40—5:10 p.m. Mon. / Tues. / Thur. CBA 130July 15 – August 15, 2013, 2:40—5:10 p.m. Mon. / Tues. / Thur. CBA 130July 15 – August 15, 2013
  • Teacher for this class:Dr. Stephen F. Hallam, Ph.D.Office: CBA Building Room 338Office Phone: 330-972-8139Office Hours: To be announced or by appointmentEmail: hallam@uakron.edu Most students have preferred this method of communicationFaculty Data: http://www.uakron.edu/cba/cba-home/about-us/directory/profile.dot?identity=594823
  • Required Textbook:Principles of Management and Leadership by Stephen F. Hallam, University Readers/Cognella, 2012, ISBNAvailable to purchase online at: http://students.universityreaders.com/store/ for $64.95Or at U. of Akron Bookstore at the price set by that bookstore.Note: Prof. Hallam donates all local royalties to student scholarship fund
  • Using Cognella Online Resources for this class: http://courses.cognella.comEnter the following codes when prompted:Course Code: pyQE6518-96, License Key: UOA-CGLU-38F01BCCourse Contains:Recorded lectures, PowerPoint slides, Quizzes, Tests, Assignments, Learning exercises, Free this summer
  • Using online financial information sites for this class:http://www.google.com/financehttp://www.nytimes.com/business/index.html?adxnnl=1&adxnnlx=1219691687-PHKOhng+Cwp79+mQrB+mSghttp://www.reuters.com/
  • Example: Sirius XM Radio:Would you buy this stock? Why or why not? http://www.google.com/finance?q=NASDAQ:SIRI&fstype=iihttp://www.sirius.com/http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3lqYLpUenms
  • Other ReaGet in the habit of reading at least one good book per month on topics related to business.http://www.nytimes.com/best-sellers-books/overview.htmldings:
  • Mark Twain said, “The man who does not read good books has no advantage over the man who can’t read them.”
  • Grading:Class Participation & Misc. 10%Chapter Quizzes (Ch 1-15) 10%Unit I Exam (Ch 1-5) 10%Unit II Exam (Ch 6-10) 10%Unit III Exam (Ch 11-15) 10%Online Final Exam 20%In-class Final Exam 30%
  • Why take this course?It’s requiredProvides an intro into all the areas of managementMay be only course on management you ever take yet many of you will wind up in a managerial position sometime in your career because that’s where the big bucks are.It is interesting, up-to-date, and useful for anyoneAll the students are smart and good-looking
  • Why Study Management?This is where the money is.You can make a difference.It is interesting work.Most b-school graduates (any many other graduates) eventually wind up in management regardless of their business major
  • Local Businesses and their top managersWhere the big bucks are:Goodyear CEO Richard J. Kramer $12.2M http://www.reuters.com/finance/stocks/officerProfile?symbol=GT&officerId=181912Diebold CEO Thomas W. Swidarski $7M http://www.reuters.com/finance/stocks/officerProfile?symbol=DBD&officerId=184700
  • Local businesses and their top managers continued:Timken CEO James W. Griffith $12.8M http://www.reuters.com/finance/stocks/officerProfile?symbol=TKR&officerId=20616Smuckers CEO Richard Smucker $5.2M http://www.reuters.com/finance/stocks/officerProfile?symbol=SJM&officerId=103276
  • More local CEOs:FirstEnergy CEO Anthony J. Alexander $18.3M http://www.reuters.com/finance/stocks/officerProfile?symbol=FE&officerId=29543The University of Akron President Luis Proenza $405,000http://www.ohio.com/news/break-news/ua-trustees-approve-5-percent-pay-raise-for-president-luis-proenza-1.236168
  • Other salaries:Barack Obama, Pres. U.S. $400,000Sherrod Brown, U.S. Senator $174,000Betty Sutton, U.S. Congress $174,000Don Plusquellic, Mayor Akron $141,000
  • However, it is not all about the moneyAlthough the money isn’t bad:Managers make a differenceSuccessfully growing a business means:Lots of employees have jobsLots of investors see their investment growCustomers are happyManager has feeling of accomplishmentThe business pays taxes that support:SchoolsHospitalsRoads, etc.
  • Why be a manager?M. Scott Peck M.D.The Road Less Traveled said:“I think management is the highest calling there is.Management and leaders affect a great many lives.They are responsible for creating the kind of environment in which people can flourish or shrink.They have enormous power.”
  • Introductions and photos for seating chart:What is your name?What is your major?What are your career plans?Where do you work now?Tell us something unusual or unique about you.Describe an example of good management.Describe an example of bad management.Introduce yourself using this paper as your notes.Turn in the paper as your first in-class paper for this course.Be sure to include your row and seat number.
  • The End:Click Part I on the left menu to continue with the course.
  • Principles of Management Course Introduction

    1. 1. Management 6500 301 Section 401 (31400) Management Principles & Concepts 2:40—5:10 p.m. Mon. / Tues. / Thur. CBA 130 July 15 – August 15, 2013 Summer 2013 Introduction
    2. 2. Teacher for this class Dr. Stephen F. Hallam, Ph.D. Office: CBA Building Room 338 Office Phone: 330-972-8139 Office Hours: To be announced or by appointment Email: hallam@uakron.edu Most students have preferred this method of communication Faculty Data: http://www.uakron.edu/cba/cb a-home/about- us/directory/profile.dot?identi ty=594823 2
    3. 3. Required Textbook: • Principles of Management and Leadership by Stephen F. Hallam, University Readers/Cognella, 2012, ISBN • Available to purchase online at: http://students.universityreaders.com/store/ for $64.95 • Or at U. of Akron Bookstore at the price set by that bookstore. • Note: Prof. Hallam donates all local royalties to student scholarship fund 3
    4. 4. Using Cognella Online Resources for this class: http://courses.cognella.com • Enter the following codes when prompted: – Course Code: pyQE6518-96 – License Key: UOA-CGLU-38F01BC • Recorded lectures • PowerPoint slides • Quizzes • Tests • Assignments • Learning exercises • Free this summer 4
    5. 5. Using online financial information sites for this class • http://www.google.com/finance • http://www.nytimes.com/business/index.html?adx nnl=1&adxnnlx=1219691687- PHKOhng+Cwp79+mQrB+mSg • http://www.reuters.com/ 5
    6. 6. Example: Sirius XM Radio • Would you buy this stock? Why or why not? • http://www.google.com/finance?q= NASDAQ:SIRI&fstype=ii • http://www.sirius.com/ • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3 lqYLpUenms 6
    7. 7. Other Reading: Get in the habit of reading at least one good book per month on topics related to business. http://www.nytimes.c om/best-sellers- books/overview.ht ml 7
    8. 8. Mark Twain said “The man who does not read good books has no advantage over the man who can’t read them.” 8
    9. 9. Grading: Class Participation & Misc. 10% Chapter Quizzes (Ch 1-15) 10% Unit I Exam (Ch 1-5) 10% Unit II Exam (Ch 6-10) 10% Unit III Exam (Ch 11-15) 10% Online Final Exam 20% In-class Final Exam 30% 9
    10. 10. Why take this course? 1. It’s required 2. Provides an intro into all the areas of management 3. May be only course on management you ever take yet many of you will wind up in a managerial position sometime in your career because that’s where the big bucks are. 4. It is interesting, up-to-date, and useful for anyone 5. All the students are smart and good-looking 10
    11. 11. Why Study Management? 1. This is where the money is. 2. You can make a difference. 3. It is interesting work. 4. Most b-school graduates (any many other graduates) eventually wind up in management regardless of their business major 11
    12. 12. Local Businesses and their top managers Where the big bucks are: • Goodyear CEO Richard J. Kramer $12.2M http://www.reuters.com/finance/stocks/officerProf ile?symbol=GT&officerId=181912 • Diebold CEO Thomas W. Swidarski $7M http://www.reuters.com/finance/stocks/officerProf ile?symbol=DBD&officerId=184700 12
    13. 13. Local businesses and their top managers continued • Timken CEO James W. Griffith $12.8M http://www.reuters.com/finance/stocks/officerProf ile?symbol=TKR&officerId=20616 • Smuckers CEO Richard Smucker $5.2M http://www.reuters.com/finance/stocks/officerProf ile?symbol=SJM&officerId=103276 13
    14. 14. More local CEOs • Glen M. Renwick, Progressive $4.5M – http://www.forbes.com/lists/2009/12/best-boss- 09_Glenn-M-Renwick_SF4K.html • Christopher M. Conner, Sherwin-Williams $18M – http://www.forbes.com/lists/2009/12/best-boss- 09_Christopher-M-Connor_LNKN.html 14
    15. 15. More local CEOs • FirstEnergy CEO Anthony J. Alexander $18.3M http://www.reuters.com/finance/stocks/officerProf ile?symbol=FE&officerId=29543 • The University of Akron President Luis Proenza $405,000 http://www.ohio.com/news/break-news/ua- trustees-approve-5-percent-pay-raise-for- president-luis-proenza-1.236168 15
    16. 16. Other salaries: • Barack Obama, Pres. U.S. $400,000 • Sherrod Brown, U.S. Senator $174,000 • Betty Sutton, U.S. Congress $174,000 • Don Plusquellic, Mayor Akron $141,000 16
    17. 17. However, it is not all about the money Although the money isn’t bad • Managers make a difference • Successfully growing a business means: – Lots of employees have jobs – Lots of investors see their investment grow – Customers are happy – Manager has feeling of accomplishment – The business pays taxes that support: • Schools • Hospitals • Roads, etc. 17
    18. 18. Why be a manager? M. Scott Peck M.D. The Road Less Traveled said: “I think management is the highest calling there is. Management and leaders affect a great many lives. They are responsible for creating the kind of environment in which people can flourish or shrink. They have enormous power.” 18
    19. 19. Introductions and photos for seating chart 1. What is your name? 2. What is your major? 3. What are your career plans? 4. Where do you work now? 5. Tell us something unusual or unique about you. 6. Describe an example of good management. 7. Describe an example of bad management. 8. Introduce yourself using this paper as your notes. 9. Turn in the paper as your first in-class paper for this course. 10. Be sure to include your row and seat number. 19
    20. 20. 20 Click Part I on the left menu to continue with the course

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